This is my all time favorite bow. Kodiak Outdoors Titan 34. I owned one a while back and found a brand new one to buy. Every year they upgrade the design a bit. These bows are so well built it is amazing!
There are a lot of smaller companies out there. Wheeler use to be the highest quality Now it's Kodiak Outdoors. It is Kodiak-outdoors.com if you want to look.
I shot one of these with Bukwild @ the bowhunter league in St. Louis archers. I had to buy another.
First off the fit and finish are perfect. Small company = great QC and CS.
S-2 CAM - The High Performance - smooth drawing, highly efficient solo cam. Cam is the flexible adjustment of the draw length and let-off- made with a simple turn of an allen wrench, with no bow press needed. It is easy to shoot. Probably the most accurate bow I have owned! The one thing that sets them apart would be the way the bow shoots. It's so nice-everything just fits!
Check out the vibration dampening moduals by the limb bolt.
Axle to Axle - 34"
Brace Height - 7"
Draw Length - 25.5" to 30.5"
Draw Weight - 70#
Mass Weight - 4.5 lbs
Ft. Per Sec. - 314 - 318
Pretty good looking little rig there. I have heard good things about those bows. Funny you mentioned Wheeler, I had a couple of buddies that used to shoot the Velociraptors. They made a quality product for sure, but man those things were LOUD!!! You could beat the tar out of those bows though, and they just kept on shooting. That is a pretty impressive group at 50, I bet my bow could do that...if I wasn't the one shooting it!!! Are you the same Monofletch from AT? I think I almost let you borrow a bow a little while back. I go by Dmaverick on there and I was going to let you borrow my old Darton Maverick because something had happened to your bow. Was that you? Hmm, sorry anyway