Parker Bows Velocity Compound Bow

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posted on March 30, 2012
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Is there anything better than a fast, affordable and accurate bow that is 100 percent made in the United States? We didn't think so.

The Velocity is the newest all-American compound bow model from Parker Bows, featuring Parker's all new and proprietary Advanced Split Limb Technology with integrated Fulcrum Pocket System that helps make it insanely fast at 315 fps.

Weighing in at a minuscule 4.15 pounds, the Velocity is lightweight, forgiving and incredibly smooth. The single cam design provides 80 percent let-off with adjustability from 26 inches to 31 inches, and a tunable Draw Stop for a Precision Back Wall. Draw Weight adjustment is 50 to 70 pounds. Featuring a Roller Cable Guard, Integrated Sling and tunable String Suppressor, the Velocity offers the the high-end features you want for just $399.95.

For more information, go to parkerbows.com.

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