It should be a simple answer, so I apologize in advance I have/have had 3 Stalkers, and on all 3 the workmanship, wood combination, fit and finish are excellent. ‘The standard grip on South’s bows, to me, are excellent.My Coyote(have had the most experience with) was an excellent shooter, an absolutely gorgeous bow, with my style of shooting I could not get used to the the very small sight window.My Apex(an ILF) is excellent, it just needs some range time.After I sold my Coyote I bought a Wolverine. and first impressions are that everything that I didn’t like with the Coyote are solved with the Wolverine... but to answer your question correctly, I just haven’t spent much time with it.I will say that I d not see any value in a static limb over a working tip....different, but not sure about better. It does seem very quick, but I have not chroneyed a Stalker....but is very responsive and flat shootingI operate wth the “on deck” approach, whatever I am shooting best stays there until something can knock it off, and that limits spreading my shooting time around this time of year....hope that helped....feel,free to PM if any other questions
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2015 Traditional Archery Society Honorees Mr. John Schulz, Mr. Jerry Hill, Mr. Jacques Bonin. http://t.co/uqtwL2f30j pic.twitter.com/nZySLMRXwP— traditional archery (@TASFORUM) February 24, 2015
2015 Traditional Archery Society Honorees Mr. John Schulz, Mr. Jerry Hill, Mr. Jacques Bonin. http://t.co/uqtwL2f30j pic.twitter.com/nZySLMRXwP