Infinite Edge Blk Ops Rh 3070
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- HOSTAGE XL REST
- OCTANE DEADLOCK LITE QUIVER
- TUBE PEEP SIGHT
- PACKAGE INCLUDES - APEX 3 PIN SIGHT
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A great bow with enough adjustment for small-frame shooters to continue using through adulthood. Custom tune the Infinite Edge bow without the use of a bow press. An adjustable draw length from 13" to 30", and an adjustable draw weight from 5-70 lbs. make this bow ideal for target shooters and hunters of all sizes. Color: Black Ops. Diamond Archery Infinite Edge Bow Package includes: bow, Three-pin Tru Glo Apex sight, Hostage XL Arrow Rest, Octane DeadLock Lite quiver, Tube peep sight and BCY string loop. Brace Height: 7". Axle-to-Axle: 31". Weight 3.1lbs. Let-Off: 75%. IBO Speed: 310fps. Right Hand Draw.
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This bow is an all rounded winner. It is a light bow (I own this as well as a Bowtech Destroyer). It weights almost nothing compared to my Destroyer, which weighs 1-2 pounds more. This bow is fast and silent. You hardly hear a thing when you fire this. While this bow is not as fast as my Bowtech Destroyer (a $900+ bow), for $350, this is a sick bow. Even at 40 pounds, it has plenty of penetration power, and is a pleasure to shoot. It has no kickback, zero vibration, and is a marvel of engineering. I shot it at 50 yards and still have a hard time pulling it out.
I love this bow. If you are a beginner archer, get this bow. It will last you until you have the spare money to get a "big boy bow" (like $800+). With a draw weight of 15 to 70 pounds, this bow is great for beginner target shooter to a full on bow hunter.
Why pay big bucks for those expensive bows? You pay for a faster arrow. Why does that matter? The faster the arrow, the narrower the gap is between your sight pins. So why does that matter? Let's say you misjudge a target's range, from 38 yard to 32 yards...w a slower bow, your gap is bigger, so your chance of hitting the target too high, or too low is greater than if you have a faster bow.
But you pay through the nose for this performance... both in terms of money and added weigh (around 1-2 pound more...and trust me, your shoulder will feel it). Also, these "big boy bows" are much more restrictive. They usually start at 50 pounds and come in 10 pound increment limbs. Eg, 50-60.
Side note(important): please buy a hex key wrench. You will need it to adjust & tune your bow. Just today i adjust and tuned my bow sight 4 times before i got a really close grouping at the center target. It is not hard... if you love archery i do recommend you read up on how to tune your bow.
Over all my 1st compound bow and I love it to the bone. Super easy to adjust and Tune. Only problem I have is that I have to take it to the pro shop to have them install the rubber tube and peep sight. You should do it because it really helps you line up your arrows.
1) The riser is composite. This is nice, light weight and sturdy but it ain't aluminum... It feels nice but not cheap, but I wouldn't call it 'premium' either.
2) The cams are ALUMINUM!!! Watch out for the G5 or other inexpensive beginner bows (or for women) which have composite cams! They snap when they get really cold, whereas aluminum doesn't.
3) This has a pretty mushy backwall. It might be because the GF currently is only set about 30#, but I think it's the stringstop and cam design too. It's a beginner bow, but Im' just saying the backwall is pretty slop. Will consider adding better string stops.
4) The arrow rest really isnt' as bad as some people say it is. It's a tri-whisker half-biscuit with no containment but it's perfectly servicable for beginners and doesn't tear up fletchings so she's still using it. Will switch to a biscuit eventually.
5) The sight is a joke. It only has vertical and pin adjust, no windage. Also the bow doesn't come exceptionally tuned so take it to a bow shop and spend $30 to have them tune it correctly. If you don't know what that means, then you DEFINITELY need to go to a bow shop.
6) Grip is nice. Narrow and ergonomically comfortable. It's a light bow with decent balance but kicks up a little at the shot so WILL need a small stabilizer (LimbSaver S-coil works well) or whatever you want to put on it.
7) The peep is also not spectacular but we replaced it with another cheap tube peep because she's a beginner and it's nice to have it line up. The peep will serve beginners well.
8) As in the description, this thing is SUPER ADJUSTABLE and really is the best beginner bow I think you can find at this or maybe any pricepoint, but this is a great pricepoint for beginner archery.
That's my $0.02. If you're thinking of getting into archery and want a compound but really don't know if you want to commit... this is a great starter bow and could really take you into the intermediate arena easily. It can run to 70# which is ample to hunt with and is IBO speed at 310fps which is no slouch, so will likely launch a 400grn arrow at 70# adn 29' draw about 250fps, more than enough for an elk at 50yrds. Hope that helps.
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