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SAS Siege 55 lb 29'' Compound Bow w/ 5-Spot Paper Target
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- Draw Length: 29"; Axle to Axle: 41.5''
- Draw Weight: 40-55 lbs. For Adult only.
- Let Off: 70%; Max Speed: 206 FPS
- Recommended Arrow: 30" Carbon and Aluminum arrow recommended
- Comes with Paper Target.
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Do you want to give your shooters the best chance to develop their talents in archery? Then choose SAS Siege 55 lbs 29" Compound Bow Set and give shooters the right gear of high quality and durability.
This archery bow is among the starter compound bows for sale in the market. The bow features a 41.5” axle to axle, 29” draw length, 206 FPS. This compressed ABS limb spans balance, weight and strength to continue the life of the bow. This compound has a strong piece layered limb used to draw weights up to 55 lbs. Loosening the bolt will decrease the draw weight by 5 pounds & tightening it will increase the weight 5 pounds. The limbs are accommodated in place by the back pivoting limb pockets, a strong connection with rigid tolerances for enhanced accuracy. A curb appeal is given to the bow by the riser. The number of cut outs in the riser provides the compound bow a waffle look. When the string is pulled back, the bow takes 55 lbs of force and it happens prior to the twin cam idlers activate. When the string is released, an arrow is launched at an outstanding speed of 206 feet per second.
Compressed ABS Limbs for long life
Adjustable Bow Sight.
Right Hand Only.
Draw Length: 29"
Draw Weight: 40-55 lbs
Axle to Axle: 41.5"
Let Off: 70%
Max Speed: 206 FPS
Recommended Arrow: 30" Carbon and Aluminum arrow recommended
Net weight: 4 lbs
1 x Compound Bow
1 x Accurate Sight
1 x Paper Target
This item is fully covered by Southland Archery Supply three year manufacture warranty. Our warranty covers replacement/repair of defective/damaged products only, as determined by our reseller, SAS techs or RMA reps.
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Top Customer Reviews
I added a whisker-biscuit rest, and a peepsight. I used the old fashioned sights that came with the bow.
I shot the boar with Razor-Trick broadhead, and carbon arrows at 300 spine.
The bow incorrectly advertised draw weights of 40-55 lbs.
I lowered the draw weight down as far as it would go, and it still measured out at 53 pounds at the bow-shop.
I killed the boar with it at 53 pounds,and have not changed it. I expect it would be around 70 pounds pull at full setting.
I'm leaving it at 53 because I use my fingers/bow-glove to release the arrow instead of the mechanical kind of release.
I'm sure the expensive bows have some advantages, but I like this design as it retains the feel of using a wood bow, but can be shot with more accuracy because of the sights. This thing will kill any animal in North America
Needless to say, this bow was an incredible bargain.
We started off with her first bow from Academy Sports and Outdoors. It was a starter kit with a nylon framed recurve bow, some arrows, a sight, and a foam target. With that bow set to it's lightest pull, she got used to bow shooting again and quickly wanted more power so I turned it up. Later I installed a few other options for her like a better sight, whisker biscuit and turned it up to full power. At 50 yards (the length of our back yard range) she was planting the arrows into the wood panels behind her target. Her accuracy has grown amazingly with that bow.
Last night, I assembled her new bow ,SAS Siege 55 lb 29'' Compound Bow, with the whisker biscuit, a fiber optic sight, and a new quiver. I lined everything up loosely to sight it in for a test shot. I picked out a target arrow and fired it at her foam target. It planted close enough to where I was aiming to fire another, which also planted well into the target fairly close to where the sight was aiming. I can say with ease, I just lost two arrows! Both tips planted soo deep into the wood, that I cannot get them back out. For my 5 foot, 100lb bride, this may be too much right now. She will have to increase her strength some just to pull it and I'll have to invest in some much thicker foam targets.
I got a good education from a couple of bow hunting experts about this and other compound bows. Before you just buy a bow, like I did, measure your arm span (finger tip to finger tip) and divide that by 2.5. That will tell you what size bow to order. My wifes came out to a 23 inch bow and mine came out to a 28 inch. In other words, this bow is far too large for her and actually a little too big for me (I'm 5 foot 8). I can make it work for me so I'll keep it and maybe later buy the correct one for my arm span. Also DO NOT fire fiberglass arrows with this or any compound bow. Use aluminum or carbon fiber arrows and the correct size for this bow is a 31 inch, 250 diameter with a 100 grain point. Fiberglass arrows flex upon release and can explode before leaving the bow. Keep yours and your loved ones safety in mind here.
It was also recommended that I have this bow restrung because this type of string set up can come apart during release and do a lot of damage to the archers arm, shoulder and face. (of course any thing strung this tight can do that, but I was told this 3 piece string is prone to coming apart at the attachment loops)
I'm not adding all of this to degrade the bow, I'm still pleased with what I have here. It will need some professional work before it is safe for hunting as is. Still a great deal for the price.
After my bow tech had his hands on this bow. I'm happy to report that he deems this bow is perfectly safe and he does not understand why my hunting buddy wouldn't trust the stringing of it. He put on a nock point for me, checked and made a couple minor adjustments then handed it back saying happy shooting...
I've been shooting this bow as stress reliever for a couple weeks now and I can say it really is worth much more than the price payed! I have removed the sight and now just shoot instinctively. The sights were messing me up. I have since reinforced my target with 4 bails of hay and now have a plastic/foam deer target to put infront of the hay. This bow has the power to blow through them still but at least I'm not blowing into the wood and metal behind all of that anymore. An amazing bow and it earns the 5th star with ease, even after I was sent a used one in an opened box.