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Has anyone shot this bow with the new cam yet?
 

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We have in stock, I put a rest on and shot it. It seems pretty smooth and shoots good. They say it shoots harder than a Cuda, I would say as hard as! All and all pretty nice bow.
 

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Any one shoot theirs yet??? STill looking for a good review.
 

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I've had a LH one on order for 4 weeks now. It's due here any day and I'll post my honest opinion.
 

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We have in stock, I put a rest on and shot it. It seems pretty smooth and shoots good. They say it shoots harder than a Cuda, I would say as hard as! All and all pretty nice bow.
Might be because of the extra 5 lbs of max draw weight. I ordered the 35# max version so first item on the agenda when it gets here will be to turn a Cuda down to 35 lbs and shoot them both over the chrony with a fishing arrow. I'll let you know but I think the Cuda will be slightly faster at the same poundage since the Bowfishing Nova has a tiny bit of let-off at full draw.
 

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I shoot a pse dakota and a nova, standing right next to my partner who shoots a talon onieda. he shoots more wt than i do, but we basically shoot the same fish at the same depth. I wouldn't shoot any other bow, and i can afford to shoot any bow made. that's the best example i can give you. mine are 5 years old, so i don't have the new solo cam
 

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Which one do you all think would be the better buy the Cuda or the Nova?? I need a new one yesterday, just found a crack in the limb on mine (martin) and it's supposed to be getting dipped this week.
 

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Which one do you all think would be the better buy the Cuda or the Nova?? I need a new one yesterday, just found a crack in the limb on mine (martin) and it's supposed to be getting dipped this week.
I haven't shot the Nova yet so I can't say. Get one of each. lol
 

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Nova's have been bullet proof, and a lot of us out here use them
 

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x2 and what EXACTLY would the new cam DO if it can?
I don't know if you can convert them. The bowfishing cam only has a tiny bit of let-off so it should shoot a fishing arrow faster though.
 

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Sold 2 yesterday and 1 today...really nice bow.Smooth,full size rubber grip(not the kid's bow grip like the Cuda/Discovery),tuned easily...overall...impressive.Go by Tyler,Jeff,and shoot one for yourself.
 

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Sold 2 yesterday and 1 today...really nice bow.Smooth,full size rubber grip(not the kid's bow grip like the Cuda/Discovery),tuned easily...overall...impressive.Go by Tyler,Jeff,and shoot one for yourself.
Hey I like the Cuda grip.
 

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Sold 2 yesterday and 1 today...really nice bow.Smooth,full size rubber grip(not the kid's bow grip like the Cuda/Discovery),tuned easily...overall...impressive.Go by Tyler,Jeff,and shoot one for yourself.
I will for sure.
 

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Well I shot the new Nova the other day. I really liked it better than the cuda. Smooth draw, felt a very small bit of let-off at the end of the draw cycle, and I spilled my Kool-aid!! LOL. I really liked the bow and for the money I don't think you can go wrong. I was thinking it would feel heavier than the cuda but it really wasn't that bad. The grip is WAY better than the cuda, and it felt more like a big boy bow. Over all based on the Nova's classic design and the new cam, this was a good move by PSE IMO. This should prove to be a great bow. I am buying one and will update after more use.
 
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