Team Bowtech

Adam Ross

Shooter Biography

Name: Adam Ross

Age:   33    Height:   6’4”   Weight:   253

Years Shooting:  16

Occupation:     Business Owner

Draw Length:   32 1/8

 

 

Indoor Setup   

Bow:  Fanatic 3.0

Arrows:  Gold Tip XXX Pro

Fletching:  AAE Stealth Max

Release:   Truball Abyss Flex / Fulkrum Flex

Scope:  Shrewd Mini Mag

Sight:  Axcel Achieve Carbon

Stabilizer:  Carbon Craft Ghost 36” front bar / 18” Ghost side bar

Rest:  AAE Freakshow

Bow Strings:  Threadz

Quiver:  Custom Alligator

Optics:  Swarovski

 

Outdoor Field and Fita Setup   

Bow:  Fanatic 3.0

Arrows:  Easton Pro Tour X-10s

Release: Truball Abyss Flex / Fulkrum Flex

Scope: Axcel AV-31

Sight:  Axcel Achieve Carbon

Stabilizer: Carbon Craft Ghost bars. 36” front and 18” side bar

Rest:  AAE Freakshow

Bow Strings:  Threadz

Quiver:  Custom Alligator

Optics:  Swarovski

 

3-d Setup

Bow:  Fanatic 3.0

Arrows:  Easton Pro Tour X-10s

Fletching: AAE Plastifletch Max PM-16s

Release:  Truball Abyss Flex / Fulkrum Flex

Scope:  Axcel AV-31

Sight:  Axcel Achieve Carbon

Rest: AAE Freakshow

Bow Strings:  Threadz

Quiver:  Custom Alligator

Optics:  Swarovski

 

Hunting Setup

Bow:  Boss

Release: Truball Abyss Flex

Arrows:  Gold Tip Platinum Pierce

Broadhead:  Slick Trick Mags

Vanes:  AAE Stealth Max

Sight:  Montana Black Gold Pure Gold 75 Single Pin

Stabilizer:  Carbon Craft Ghost Bars. 20” front bar and 12” side bar

Bow Strings:  Threadz

Optics:  Swarovski

Hobbies:  Drag Racing and anything that has anything to do with the outdoors especially when my family is involved.

 Release Style:

I have always been a thumb button shooter but I often switch back and forth between my Truball Abyss Flex and my hinge which is a Truball ulkrum Flex.

 

Tips for hunters:  The biggest thing I can tell a hunter is to enjoy the actual hunt. Not just harvesting an animal. I get more thrill out of spending time with my friends and family than the actual harvesting of an animal. Harvesting a trophy is just a bonus. The time spent along that way is what really matters to me

Tips for tournament archers

 Pretty much the same goes for the tournament’s as it does for hunters. I have more fun at a tournament shooting with and laughing with my competitors than anything. For 99% of us, archery is just a hobby and not a profession. I am very very competitive but I more so enjoy the time spent with my friends. I always focus and get serious when it comes time to make a shot but after the arrow is released, that’s it, its gone. There is nothing more I can do. So if I make a bad shot, just try to make the rest of them count and don’t dwell on the bad ones.