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    Hahaha

    Has anyone shot both the Method and Motive? If so which did you prefer and why?
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    Mate, so many comparisons out there on the web, just google that shizznit....
    But, from what i have heard, comparisons say.... finishing is better on Motives.

    On a more serious note....

    Women are attracted to Motive 6 owners over 7's, and Motive 7 owners have no respect for lawn furiture or heights.
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    Thoughts on the Bear Motive 7.

    I nearly spat out my drink laughing.

    The Motive 6 or 7 are sweet bows. I've had mine for 9 months and it is both a beauty and a beast. Smooth draw, rock solid back wall due to the dual string stops. Easy to adjust draw length and very quiet to shoot. If you get one, match it with a Trophy Ridge React sight and a g5 meta peep and you'll have one sweet shooter. I do


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    I have a Motive 7 and love it!!! I am by no means a 'Pro' but i have consistent tight grouping with both field points and broadheads. I find the 7 extremely comfortable to shoot and to say the draw is smoooooth is an understatement. Its been to the range MANY times and been on 3 hunts with me and not a single durability or reliability issue (same cant be said for the shooter, sadly).
    As long as it feels good for you and your wallet, its a good investment in my books.
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    I think you may have all twisted my arm to go for a Motive 7, haha, only really needed a small shove though
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    #16
    Quote Originally Posted by mathew magician View Post
    I think you may have all twisted my arm to go for a Motive 6, haha, only really needed a small shove though
    Fixed.
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    Is there still limb splitting issues with bear bows? Or was that just a bad batch that has passed? I like the look of the motives and Mathews chill just need to shoot them and see what suits but don't want to look into a bear if limb problems are still around.
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    #18
    Quote Originally Posted by kruza View Post
    Is there still limb splitting issues with bear bows? Or was that just a bad batch that has passed? I like the look of the motives and Mathews chill just need to shoot them and see what suits but don't want to look into a bear if limb problems are still around.
    I have 2 bear bows, a legion and motive 6. The legion is nearly 12mnths old and the motive 2mnths. I must say i would put at least 200-300 arrows through each week and not a single issue with splitting limbs or any other faults.
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    #19
    Quote Originally Posted by Sc0utT View Post
    Mate, so many comparisons out there on the web, just google that shizznit....
    But, from what i have heard, comparisons say.... finishing is better on Motives.

    On a more serious note....

    Women are attracted to Motive 6 owners over 7's, and Motive 7 owners have no respect for lawn furiture or heights.

    bahahahahahahaha
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    Have a bear strike and motive 7. Shoot at least five times a day, never had issues with the limbs....both sweet bows..Motive is awesome.. I would go the 7, motive 6 owners use the less forgiving brace as their excuse for missing their targets, women feel sorry for them in the short term. , but in the long term, the extra inch is more attractive and satisfying.
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