Bear Archery Anarchy Bow

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posted on September 30, 2011
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The stand-out item in Bear Archery's 2011 line is the Anarchy, a bow with the longest axle-to-axle measurement of any of the company's other bows.

Offered in Realtree APG, this compound bow features the new Flat Top Cam, allowing faster speeds, a smoother draw and release and a more solid wall—in a lighter cam. It also features the new Advanced Grip Design which eliminates hand torque and delivers unmatched accuracy.

Specs:
FPS:
340
Weight: 3.8 pounds
Brace Height: 7.25"
Axle-to-Axle: 35.25"
Peak Draw Weight: 50 pounds/60 pounds/70 pounds
Draw Length Range: 25 inches to 31.5 inches
Let Off: 80 5

For more information, go to beararcheryproducts.com.

 

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