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Bear Archery Cruzer G2 Adult Compound Bow
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- Maximum-versatility bow is engineered for all ages and skill levels
- Ready to hunt bow comes equipped with six Trophy Ridge accessories
- Adjustable from 12” to 30” draw length range and from 5 to 70 lbs. peak draw weight
- All adjustments are made using an Allen wrench with no need for a bow press
- Weighs only 3 lbs. and shoots up to 315 feet per second
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Sometimes the thrill of the hunt is adapting to your ever-changing environment. Meet the Bear Archery Cruzer G2 – the perfect bow to handle whatever adventure comes your way. The maximum-versatility of this bow is engineered for all ages and skill levels. The bow is adjustable from 12” to 30” in draw length range and 5 to 70 lbs. peak draw weight. All adjustments can be made using an Allen wrench and there is no need for a bow press. The bow comes ready to hunt equipped with six Trophy Ridge accessories – a four-pin sight, a Whisker Biscuit, a 5-arrow quiver, a stabilizer and sling, a peep sight, and a nock loop. The Cruzer G2 weighs only 3 lbs. and fires arrows at 315 feet per second. With a super smooth draw cycle, the Cruzer G2 offers a 70% let off. The advanced grip design eliminates hand torque for enhanced accuracy. The EnduraFiber Limbs offer lethal controlled power and the RockStops offset string suppressor eliminate noise and vibration. The Cruzer G2 is the total package with incredible adjustability for the whole family.
Color: Kryptek Highlander | Style Name: Left Hand
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I've been impressed with many aspects of the bow. However, the limbs have slid up in the limb pockets a half inch on occasion, that I noticed (bow is set to 20lb pull weight, well within the advertised range) and I had to push them back down. The limbs popped out when my son was drawing the bow - scared me to death! The plastic used in the limb pockets don't have any damage, the limbs were just too loose when set to 20 lbs. I have a friend with this same bow who uses it at 25 lbs and has not had any issues.
If you really need to have a pull weight 20lbs or under, I'd consider a bow that is designed with a bolt running through the limb, like the Diamond bows or look at the Hoyt Klash (more expensive).
As always, Amazon was very good about taking this back back with a refund. You can shop with confidence when shopping on Amazon - they have always met or surpassed my exceptions.
The only real negative about it is the let off. 75% isn't bad, but if you've shot 80%, it's certainly a little more difficult.
A couple Bowjax on the limbs and a few here and there, some monkey tails, it's now quieter than bows costing near 3 times and it's no slouch in terms of speed and accuracy.