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Just got done shooting the new Bulldog 330 , Not a bad bow . The stirrup has a rubber coating on it and it has the limb suppression system. Scope is the dead zone. It has what I think is a powder coating on the rail not high polish but is slippery if that makes sense . Has a 3 arrow quiver with options for mounting it along the riser or parallel with the limbs . I was surprised by the trigger not bad at all matter of fact that's one thing I was worried about . The stock fit me very well It's only a few inches shorter than my Matrix but seamed much more compact than that . Only shot a doz. arrows so can't say about serving wear . Accuracy ,well it's an Excalibur. DON'T aim at the same spot unless you have an endless supply of arrows. Was shooting it side by side with Matrix 355 which I have stirrup wrapped , rail filled with foam , string silencers, arrow retainer shrink wrapped . The B.D was quieter . I don't know if it's all the rubber things on it or the design with more rail in the stock or the finish on the rail instead of the anodize. Also it is much much easier to cock than my daughter's Micro 335 . All in all this might be my go to bow . We will see when I can get some more shooting in at longer ranges. Also the price point is not bad if you shop around. If anyone is in the market for a more compact bow but don't know if they want the stiffer limbs of the Micro you might want to give this one a look .
Matrix B.D 330
Matrix B.D 330
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