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June 12, 2020

PSE X-Force Dream Season EVO Bow Review

By Cameron

After shooting the the PSE X-Force Dream Season EVO for this review, I was so impressed with it that I decided to make it my personal hunting bow. PSE has been engineering some aggressive, fast bows lately but with the EVO they have melded speed (345 fps ATA) with a buttery smooth draw that is a pleasure to shoot.

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The EVO improves upon PSE’s X-Force Technology by providing similar speed and performance but with a much less aggressive Draw/Force ratio. The result is a bow that is fun to shoot all day long. If I didn’t know better I would swear I was drawing a single cam bow. And that made this PSE EVO review article easy to write, as well.

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The Axe-Plus dual cams on the PSE EVO provide an extremely smooth rollover with a generous valley and a solid wall. They have rotational inner cams that allow for simple adjustment of the draw length for fine-tuning. It took me about ten minutes to adjust the cams to my draw length on my first try. After a few shots with the PSE EVO, I decided to adjust it again and it only took a minute or two.
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I like the posi-lock system which uses stainless steel pins that lock the inner cams and eliminate any chance of the PSE EVO cams slipping over time affecting accuracy. I really liked being able to adjust the draw length without a bow press. I found I was more interested in making small adjustments to get it just right.

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The PSE EVO is very quiet at the shot, due in part to its Vibracheck Backstop which terminates string vibration immediately. Its length can be micro-adjusted to maximize effectiveness. Six Vibracheck limb bands installed at strategic locations also keep this bow quiet.

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According to PSE, the EVO’s Planar Flex Riser is designed to flex minimally and only front-to-back with no side-to-side flex. This should result in excellent accuracy, along with their revolutionary limb pockets which pin the limbs to the riser in three locations.