Obsession Turmoil: Quick Review

Discussion in 'Bowhunting' started by danster, Jul 3, 2017.

  1. danster

    danster Well-Known Member

    I picked this bow up from Gford a little over two weeks ago. So far it has proved to be one of the best bowhunting decisions I have ever made. Gentry had it set up when I got arrived. I shot it a few times in the shop to dial in the sight. Once we went outside I was busting nocks and consistent in the 12 ring at 20yards in a matter of about five shots.
    The draw cycle is quite different than what I am used to as my last bow was a 60# Mathews Drenalin. The cycle loads up real quick, but is exceptionally smooth all the way through. Once the cams roll off into the valley the let-off is quite surprising. It does not want to creep or jump out of your arms at full draw, at anchor I am at rest and very relaxed. The shot is dead quiet and man this thing hits hard.
    Every bow I have shot has either had a kisser button or some kind of facial contact with the string up until now. I am shooting without the string touching my nose or side of my mouth. This has been a mental thing to get used to, but now that I am past it I am glad and it is easier for me to shoot because of this.
    My Drenalin was a 60# bow and moving up to 70# draw weight has not been hard for me to do. The more I practice the easier it gets and the better I shoot.
    The performance is really there on this bow. Yes it's fast and hits hard, really hard. I was getting 276fps with a 391 grain Easton Flatline arrow out of my Drenalin. The same 391 grain arrows out of the Turmoil were hitting the 319-320fps range, 44 more fps with the same arrow. I have since switched to a little heavier Easton Bloodsport arrow and I'm settled on this setup's performance: 440 grain arrow at 301fps.
    I would encourage anyone looking for a new bow this fall to go see GFord and shoot one of these bows. The best part of this bow is Gentry sells them for $650 which is a great price on a new bow that shoots and handles like this one. Gentry has treated me with the best professional care that I have had from any archery shop, and he knows his stuff. I drive an hour and 45 mins to his shop and its worth it to me.
    Please PM or post in this thread if you have any questions.
     

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  2. ctyson9

    ctyson9 Well-Known Member

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    I really like that they changed the cable rollers. Awesome bow and congrats!

    A+ for Gford he is top notch!
     

  3. orangefeetdown

    orangefeetdown Well-Known Member

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    That is a really sweet looking bow, congrats! No doubt, GFord is the man.
     
  4. danster

    danster Well-Known Member

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    40yards

    I'm not a great archer and I'm my own biggest enemy. However, I am starting to get groups like these. I can't shoot at the same dot on my target any longer.
     
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  5. Arkybohunter

    Arkybohunter Member<br>2015-16 Bow Hunting Contest Winner

    Danster just out of curiosity what is your draw length
    Thanks for the review
     
  6. danster

    danster Well-Known Member

    Arky I'm a 30" DL.
     
  7. Bucker10

    Bucker10 Well-Known Member Staff Member

    Gford is the best

    Congrats on the new bow
     
  8. Arkybohunter

    Arkybohunter Member<br>2015-16 Bow Hunting Contest Winner

    Cool looks like a,sweet rig
     
  9. RZRBK82

    RZRBK82 Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the review. I need to take a drive down to GFord's shop and check this thing out
     
  10. Gford

    Gford Select Member<br>2015-16 Bow Hunting Contest Winne

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    Thanks for the kind words everyone!!
    This Turmoil is a beast!! In a day of $1000 bows it is refreshing to have something like this that performs at the same level.

    GF