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Hoyt Horizon 25" Recurve Riser

SKU# 2560375

$249.99

Item # 2560375

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Hoyt Horizon 25" Recurve Riser
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• High performance at starter bow prices
• The premium choice for beginner to intermediate shooters
• Simplified, easy to use pivot block alignment system
• Hoyt Flex-Tuned deflex geometry
• Material: Machined Aluminum
• Length: 25"
• Mass Weight: 2.3 lbs.
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Solid Riser with everything a beginner or developing archer would need Review by Kaerey
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I'm a new archer and bought this as my first riser. It has all the components I need, without all the extra bells and whistles that I wouldn't benefit from as a new archer. It's a solid piece of material with fittings for clicker mounted on riser and clicker plate, dual holes for plunger or rest attachment, site screw holes, and left right adjustments on limb pockets. I'm sure some of the more expensive risers have fancy construction and weight balancing but as someone who smiles when I hit the paper at 40 yards, this has everything I need!

I would have preferred the price be a bit lower or the Grand Prix Excel still be available in a 25", but I have not regretted this purchase.

I purchased the Black Out color and the finish has held up great! Matte Finishes are usually not as durable as glossed finishes but I've had no problems with this. It looks great and feels great and I've had many people compliment me on the looks.

(Posted on 3/31/14)

Great starter riser! Review by SKPNROK
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I'm fairly new and have found this a great riser to learn on. I'm slowly discovering the need for more mass as my draw weight increases. The riser is ready to shoot when it arrives, add a rest and plunger amd you're off! I used a NAP flipper rest for a while and have moved up slowly through the myriad of accessories available. If you're not ready to spend $500+ on a riser, this is a great one to begin on!

(Posted on 11/24/13)

Very happy, Review by Jc
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Love this riser. I am an intermediate level archer. I did research and read tons of reviews. I was not going to buy this riser. But I went down and shot one. Changed my mind! I have the blue one. I put medium hoyt Grand Prix 770 limbs on it. 36 lbs draw. I shoot pretty much bare recurve with the addition of a champion II AAE cavalier arrow rest and a Shibuya plunger. The fit of the riser in my hand is perfect. All threads for accessories are free and clear of any paint. The bow tech I took it to for set up did not have any problems with making adjustments. The unit comes with all the tools you need and I did not find evidence of any problems that other have written about. The only thing negative is that I did find one small chip in the paint when I got home. The paint job looks great. I guess I will see how it holds up. But personally I could care less about the paint. I care about how this riser shoots. And it shoots awesome! Go to a shop and try it out. That's the only way to find out what bow is for you.

(Posted on 11/18/13)

riser Review by foxy
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this is a good riser for the price but the only thing bad about it is the paint job , Looks great when its new but you only have to look at it for it to chip off , Mine is only 6 months old and has chips every where so im having it power coated ,other wise very good riser .

(Posted on 1/31/13)

Beginner/Intermediate Archer Review by Bri
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Got this bow almost a year ago and love it. It is my first official bow and I couldnt be happier with the smoothness of shooting and how quiet the bow shoots. Its a great bow to start with because its not too heavy and helps you learn stability with ease. Great bow to get to learn all the basics and even a good bow to carry through beyond beginner, very durable.

Only negative I have noticed is that the paint chips with the white bow but not with the other colors which is odd.

(Posted on 1/16/13)

very smooth, quiet, and accurate Review by thehoytmedalist
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I got the horizon a few days ago and could not be more pleased! Living in a very windy area it can be difficult to deep your bow steady, but I have had no such problems with the horizon. It is a beautiful bow, light with a great grip and handle. The limbs fit on with no problems and I am sure this bow can lead me to many victories!

(Posted on 11/23/12)

Good Riser Review by M. Price
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I purchased this riser recently and have had no problems with it. The riser was straight and easy to align, and have had no trouble with the paint or and threading issues. A great riser for an intermediate. It sits well between the cheaper excel and the more expensive GMX. The price is a tad higher than some bows of the same quality/ features, but it's still a very nice riser for the price

(Posted on 10/24/12)

Medium to poor quality Review by Humdinger
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I had bought my Horizon in Febuary of this year. I was a good riser for the price and a good riser for a beginner. Six months later out of no where the string alignment is 1/4 off. Limbs are straight. Turns out the Limb alignment is off, no problem the Horizon has limb adjustment screws.... Well come to find out they dont do anything.. Had three bow techs attempt to adjust alignment with no success... In fact the alignment pocket will not budge at all. We actually pulled all screws out and tryed to move with a Flat head and actually BROKE the flathead trying to move adjustment pocket. So in my opinion the Horizon is just an Excel Riser with a (Adjustable Limb Pocket) which raises the price to an additional Cost $70 over the Excel. If you plan on competing spend you money elsewhere, if you plan on shooting you bow once a month and careless about alignment this riser could work however I would still save some money and just get the excel its the same quality.

(Posted on 10/1/12)

I love it Review by Manu M.
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I have a red model and it's beautiful, everyone thinks that it's expensive when they see it but actually it's a great price, very cheap and it looks elegant and powerful.

(Posted on 9/13/12)

love this riser Review by Alice
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I got this riser a year ago, and I love it. I changed the grip to a Hoyt Formula High wood grip, ever since I changed the grip the bow fits better in my hand. I always shoot with my hand consistantly in the same place in the National Training System (NTS) but this should be for intermediate to expert shooters. After, of course, tuning my bow proporly the bow shots amazing, The limbs I use the Hoyt Champians that are now not made any more. But any limb that you want can go on it: ex: Win and Win limbs. This bow has come with me to many tournaments inside and outside of MA in the past year.

(Posted on 7/8/12)

Good for the price but .... Review by Edwin
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Ordered the Black Out and I'm impressed by the looks. I tried attaching my long
rod after cleaning the stab bushing with compressed air and it would not go in. The start thread just won't bite bite unless you apply pressure. Once in, it's very hard to turn. I was afraid it might strip the thread of my long rod so I decided to take it to a nearby archery store where they re-tapped it. Turned out it was not tapped properly. I think it would not cost quality control another minute to make sure all the holes are properly tapped. I know this is not a high end riser but this is where neubies like me start to develop brand loyalty so a little care in inspection will go a long way.

(Posted on 1/12/12)

Great riser for the price Review by TXshooter
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I got this riser to build my first olympic recurve set. The quality is quite good and gives the appearance of a much more high dollar rig. It works well with not only Hoyt ILF limbs but also other manufacturers' ILF limbs. Another user mentioned not using the stick-on rest for the black-out model but if you have one of the smooth finish colors, they hold great.

(Posted on 10/7/11)

very nice riser Review by windwalker
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For the money this is a fantastic intermediate riser. Very smooth and nice grip. I've had mine for close to six months now. Nothing but quality in this.

(Posted on 9/19/11)

Great Riser Review by Baja Bob
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I bought the Black Out model also. I put a wood grip on the bow. It looks great and fills better in my hand. People see it and think it is a $500.00 riser. I put on some mid leverl Hoyt limbs on and It shoots great and looks very nice.

(Posted on 9/7/11)

good riser Review by recurve archer
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I just started archery and wanted a riser that I could expand on and grow with. I really like this riser. Excellent quality on the build for the money. I got the black out model and I love the rough finish. I would recommend getting a bolt on rest instead of a stick on rest. The rough finish is not a good surface to stick stuff to especially a rest with the abuse it goes through.

(Posted on 8/31/11)

Good intermediate riser Review by J. West Paul
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Very good intermediate riser at beginner price. Light weight with excellent grip

(Posted on 8/1/11)

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