Must See Bows For The Whitetail Hunter!

Must See Bows For The Whitetail Hunter!

There seems to be no end to the technological advances being made in the world of bows...

There seems to be no end to the technological advances being made in the world of bows. Every bow is being improved, made lighter, stronger and more efficient, all to the delight of the bowhunters. Despite these advances, archery hunting remains a primitive endeavor that requires effort, practice and dedication. That's the way it should be, but it doesn't mean we can't use the latest, greatest bows on the planet. The following is a glimpse of the possibilities.



PSE ARCHERY
The X-Force AXE 6 is the latest version of this successful line of speed bows. The AXE Hybrid Cam allows 6 inches of draw length adjustment without a bow press. The 32.5-inch AXE 6 has an IBO rating of 337 to 345 fps. Call 520-884-9065, or visit www.pse-archery.com

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MISSION ARCHERY
The unique feature of the Mission Maniac is adjustability. Draw length can be adjusted from 22 to 30 inches and draw weight ranges over 40 pounds in a single bow, making this bow adaptable to any bowhunter. Call 608-269-2728 or visit www.missionarchery.com

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BEAR ARCHERY
The Attack is the latest flagship bow at Bear Archery. With Max Pre-Load Quad Limbs and the new Bear E-Cam this 31-inch single-cam bow is capable of IBO speeds up to 340 fps! Call 800-694-9494, or visit www.beararcheryproducts.com

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BOWTECH
BowTech's new Destroyer 350 utilizes their new OverDrive Binary Cam system and unique FLX-Guard to smoothly deliver IBO speeds up to 350 fps. The cams are adjustable through 6 inches of draw length. Call 877-447-0293, or visit www.bowtecharchery.com

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BROWNING ARCHERY
The Illusion TC from Browning Archery features a Trance Cam, Hyperlite Unibody Pockets, a VibraCheck Backstop string stopper, a 6.5-inch brace height and arrow speeds up to 326 fps, all for around $600. Call 520-838-2000, or visit www.browning-archery.com

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CABELA'S
At only 31.75 inches long, the Cabela's Ice Storm is a maneuverable compound capable of 318 fps. It comes as a package with a Diamond quiver and stabilizer, a fiber optic sight and a Hostage XL arrow rest. Call 800-237-4444 or visit www.cabelas.com

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DARTON
Darton Archery has, once again, come up with a revolutionary cam design called the Dual Sync Cam System. This technology makes their new PRO3800 a smooth, fast flagship bow rated at 345 to 350 fps. Call 989-728-9511 or visit www.dartonarchery.com

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DIAMOND ARCHERY
The 31.5-inch IceMan FLX from Diamond features Center Pivot Technology and the new FLX-Guard Cable Containment System, which flexes inward to absorb cable torque. The IceMan's IBO is 308 to 315 fps. Call 877-447-0293 or visit www.diamondarchery.com

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ELITE ARCHERY
The Judge is the newest bow at Elite Archery. Its hybrid Two Track Rev Cam generates a blistering 343 to 347 fps out of this 34.83-inch bow with a 6-inch brace height. It comes in Ninja black, Realtree AP or even Max 1. Call 877-503-5483 or visit www.elitearchery.com

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HOYT
The Maxxis 31 from Hoyt has it all with speed (323 fps), a smooth draw cycle and toughness. The new XTS Arc Limb System, In-Line Roller Guard and Stealth Shot String Suppression System help eliminate hand shock. Call 801-363-2990, or visit www.hoyt.com

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MARTIN ARCHERY
Martin Archery's new Pantera is a lot of bow for the money. The Acu-Trak Single Cam, Martin's new 4X CoreFlex Limbs, a CCS cable guard and Shock Terminator Suppressor technologies are all featured on this bow. Call 509-529-2554, or visit www.martinarchery.com

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MATHEWS
The Mathews Z7 looks different from all angles with its Grid Lock riser, Dead End String Stop, SlimFit Inline Grip and Reverse Assist Roller Guard pushing the cables away from the riser. The Z7 Cam cranks out 332 fps. Call 608-269-2728, or visit www.mathewsinc.com

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QUEST BOWHUNTING
The Primal from Quest Bowhunting features their I-Glide Cable System, Twin Track SYNC Modular Cam with adjustable draw stop and a new G Fade Durafuse Finish. This 32-inch bow shoots up to 332 fps. Call 866-456-8836 or visit www.questbowhunting.com

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REDHEAD
The Kryptik Pro from Redhead is a single-cam bow capable of launching an IBO arrow up to 336 fps. This bow is 31.25 inches from axle-to-axle and the cam allows draw length adjustment from 24 to 30 inches. Call 800-227-7776 or visit www.basspro.com

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