Cool. I’d like to see it. I’m 6’2” and have been shooting a Vertix but just wanted to shoot a longer ata to try it.I’ve got one that I’ve been shooting for a little over 2 years. It’s my first real bow so I don’t have much to compare it against, but I’m not looking to replace it any time soon. I’m 6’ tall and I shot it and the Triax and really liked the longer ATA. I’ve got a MBG Acent on it along with a 12” Beestinger and a Mathews Q-Lite quiver that lives on it year round. Only mod to the bow itself is I swapped the grip for hockey tape. I can post up some glamor shots later today.
Awesome! Yeah, I’m currently shooting a Vertix and I’m wanting to try a longer ata bow. Would love to see pics of you get time. I’m thinking I’ll use the Vertix for close range hunting and the Traverse for longer range hunting/3D.Great bow, so is the Vertix. Mine are set up identical to each other. The only pictures I have of my bows is of them leaning against a buck, stag, bull etc so probably not the kind of pictures you are after. I will take a pic of the Traverse when I get home for you.
Nice! Another quivalizer Liking the white/black combo.Here’s my traverse love this bow
Looks like you did a great paint job. What type paint did you use on the cams?Nah, just a sponge with paint on it to get rid of the black and the glare that the carbon can give off on the quiverlizer rod. I mean to remove cams and paint them whenever I get a new bow or change strings, but I forget every time so this is the next best thing.
I resisted trying the quiverlizer for years after I saw a buddy stalk in with one and it was waving around....a lot. It put me off, but I woke up and realised it was just him moving unnecessarily.
The best way I can put it is that I have 4 bows, 2 have quiverlizers and 2 have side riser mounted quivers on them. I won’t change the other two over to quiverlizer, but the next bow I set up will have a quiverlizer on it too.