G5 Outdoors Introduces Prime Rival Bow

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posted on November 18, 2014

G5 Outdoors has introduced a new addition to its lineup of Prime Bows: the Prime Rival.

The Prime Rival features the company's new PCXL parallel cam system, which is designed to allow the user to adjust the let-off to be set as high as 85 percent for a more comfortable bowhunting set-up, or to a setting as low as 65 percent for added dominance in tournament competition. The Flexis-AR reduces torque on the cables, and is also designed to allow for tuning and adjustment to perfect distance from the arrow for the optimum hunting or competitive set-up.

Technical Specifications:

Axle to axle: 35"
Brace height: 6.25"
IBO speed: 340 FPS
Mass weight: 4.3 lbs.
Draw length: 26"-30"
Draw weight: 30-40# 40-50# 50-60# 60-70#
Patterns Available: Realtree Xtra, GORETM OPTIFADETM Concealment Open Country, Black, Target Bow Colors (Ice Blue, Red Hot, Gamma Green)
MSRP: $999.99 (Camo), $1,049.99 (Black) and $1,199.99 (Target)

For more information, go to G5Outdoors.com.

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