Lighter bows can be great for mobility while adding weight or dampeners can virtually eliminate vibration.
Compound bows have an adjustable draw length range and should be set to fit your unique body size and shape.
Max draw weights can typically be reduced by 10lbs. This provides comfortable draw cycles for everyone while maximizing energy.
Today’s average bow speeds offer more forgiveness on the shot than ever. Faster bows can deliver more downrange energy.
Longer bows can increase stability while shorter bows can be better suited for maneuverability and tight spaces.
A longer brace height can offer more forgiveness on the shot while a shorter brace height can make a fast bow even faster.
No other platform puts more tournament-dominating accuracy and consistency in the hands of aspiring archers than the new Specialist II. Its simple-to-tune Binary Cam system keeps cams perfectly synchronized for optimum nock travel. While its extended 38” axle-to-axle length and forgiving 7 1/8” brace height make next-level precision more attainable than ever before.
Got the bow a month ago, Green with black limbs, it really looks great. Quality is first rate. Thought 60 pound draw would be a problem, just the opposite. Shoots great no vibration and really quiet. I will use for hunting whitetail and back yard practicing.
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