Quest Bowhunting Introduces the New Drive Bow

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posted on December 17, 2012
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12/17/2012

Quest Bowhunting has developed a bow, the Drive, with the focus on smoothness, accuracy, and forgiveness. The IBO speed is 330 fps, and the bows speed studs only help to increase speed, adding 10 fps to the speed, while also acting as a peep sight tuner. The Bowjax limb dampeners help to decrease the amount of noise and vibration of the bow, and the new Flux Cam system, which is more adjustable than your standard cam, helps with the smoothness of the draw. The Drive weighs 4.3 lbs and has a draw length of 26"-31".

Features:
• Twin-track flux cam
• Patent-pending I-guide flex
• Forged machined 6061 aluminum riser
• Durafuse finish
• New adjustable string suppressor
• G5 meta speed studs
• Bowjax limb dampeners

Specs:
• Axle to axle: 33.25"
• Brace height: 7"
• Pounds: 50, 60, 70

For more on the Drive bow, visit QuestBowhunting.com.

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