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This bow features a new cam system that is designed to eliminate the cams from leaning on the limbs and to keep the shooter from over drawing the bow. The grip was designed by professional shooters.
The bow will retail for about $700. [ Read Full Post ]
The TAC Ordnance by PSE brings the AR style to the archery world. The bow works off of a AR lower and achieves speeds of 405 feet per second, according to the company. Another unique feature of this crossbow is that it does not utilize a rail.
It comes standard issue with a bipod and a Whisker Biscuit and retails for about $1,000. [ Read Full Post ]
The new Energy 35 and its little brother the Energy 32 feature beefed up risers for more durability, but their design doesn't pack on extra weight. The bow also sports high quality strings and a two-track binary cam system. [ Read Full Post ]
The Carbon Spyder features the hollow carbon tubes that Hoyt has become known for, but in a reengineered shape. Hoyt says the new design will make it a more durable and better shooting bow. The 2014 Spyder can shoot up to 340 feet per second and comes in multiple configurations. The mass weight on the 30-inch version of the bow is only 3.5 pounds. [ Read Full Post ]
This compact crossbow from TenPoint weighs only 6.5 pounds. The woven, carbon fiber barrel helps with weight reduction and cuts down on string wear. The crossbow also features TenPoint's classic trigger set at 3.5 pounds. This is a high-end bow that is sure to be a sweet shooter, but it will cost you…
The DNA SP is one of PSE's top two flagship bows for 2014. The guys at PSE attempted to build a bow similar to last year's DNA (Outdoor Life's 2013 Editor's Choice award winner), but with a smoother draw cycle thanks to a redesigned cam system. PSE says the new cam system will create a softer draw and a deeper valley.
The bow also sports a new cable guard that is designed to relieve lateral torque.
Todd Kuhn takes a look at Bear Archery's Agenda 7 compound bow from the Archery Trade Association showroom floor. The bow features a new string suppressor system that can be tweaked for your shooting style. With a 6-inch brace height, Bear says it slings arrows at 350 feet per second.
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