2012’s Top 14 Compound Bows, Part I (Page 2)
Here are the top 14 new compound bows for 2012 that are designed to help you become a better bow shot and bowhunter.
January 25, 2012
G5 Prime Series: G5 is best known for its Montec broadheads, but its bows have also earned the company some loyal shooters. The Prime series attacks a problem that many in archery have been discussing for some time—cam lean, which describes cams that slightly lean one way or the other when the bow is drawn, and is something that can affect both consistency and accuracy. G5’s Parallel Cam Technology balances the load equally on both sides of the cam, which both eliminates this issue and reduces horizontal nock travel. The hot bow in this line for 2012 is the Shift, which weighs just 3.5 pounds and is only 30 inches axle-to-axle. Also featured are forged 7000 T6 aluminum riser, C-1 Laminated Limbs, a TI-Glide Titanium Flexing Cable Guard System, draw lengths between 26 to 30 inches, 7-inch brace height, Gore Fiber String & Cables and an IBO speed rating of 333 fps. MSRP: $999 (Pictured above: Centroid Model)
Check out Part II of the Best Compound Bows for 2012.