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.
The Revolt is powered by our patented new Deadlock Cam System that delivers permanently-perfect arrow flight and all the accuracy and confidence that comes with it, in a smooth-drawing, dead-silent, wicked-fast 30” platform to maximize your every opportunity in the woods this fall.
DeadLock limb pockets lock every component in the entire bow structure as one for the most rigid, accuracy-producing platform possible.
DeadLock Technology makes it easier to tune your bow than ever before. You don’t have to go back into the house. You don’t have to go into the shop. You can do it right from your truck bed and you can even do it from the tree stand if you wanted to. You gotta check out the Revolt from Bowtech!
Purchased a Revolt recently and I am outshooting my Mathews Z2 big time! I’ll never look back. Sold me Mathews 2 wks after getting my Revolt. I now CONSISTENTLY shoot amazing groups at 50 yds! The Revolt is a great shooting bow with it very forgiving 7” brace height. Shoot a Revolt and you’ll be convinced for yourself. Forget Mathews - they haven’t done anything significant with their bows in years!
I've been a Hoyt shooter for years. Went to upgrade to the RX4. Demo shot at 60lbs. 28" draw. I had trouble pulling and holding it. I had major shoulder surgery 10 months before that so thought it was just that! I tried the Axius also as my boys and brother all shoot Hoyt. Then the Matthew VXR. Top heavy and didn't want to add extra stabs and weight just to balance it.
Decided to keep my old Hoyt and dial it back to under 60. Then I was handed a bow to try without knowing.
Drew back with no issues! Shot it multiple times, no issues. I knew he handed me the New Revolt (last August) but he then told me it was set at 71 # draw weight.!!! EASIER to pull and so smooth. I could even hold it back forever and still get a good shot. I never thought I would change but so happy I did. Filled both my Iowa doe and buck Tags, 1 shot each! Tunes easy, and now I get the benefits of shooting higher poundage with feeling like I'm pulling way less. And at 58 years young I feel like I still can have many good years before I have to go to a crossbow. Make sure you try Bowtech!
I owned a matthews z-7 extreme for years. I shot the PSE EVO and it blew my mind. I then shot the Bowtech Revolt and my mind was 10000% blown. I'm shooting 70lbs and it feels like 50 to me. 29" draw length super smooth, can hold it back for minutes. Seriously, you can not go wrong with this bow. Still a personal preference though! My younger brother likes Matthews new line more. Granted, I can out shoot him! LOL.
When I bought the Revolt I also shot the Mathews VXR 28 and the Prime Black. The VXR had zero vibration but a very stiff draw cycle. The Prime had a rock hard back wall. Once I shot the Revolt it blew everything out of the water. This is the smoothest drawing bow on the market. It is fairly light but very well balanced and holds like a target bow with extreme tunability with only an allen key. It is a bit more expensive than some others but this bow is worth every penny.
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