Spectre II Compact Take-Down Survival Bow and Arrow
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- Spectre II Compact Take Down Survival Bow and Arrow Set - Made in USA
- 25#, 35#, 45#, 55# draw weights available
- 3- 30 inch Arrows
- USPS Priority Mail Delivery - From McHenry, IL
- String Bow by Bending Limbs Away From Riser!
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Made in USA Compact Take Down Survival Bow and Arrow Set Bow Available in 35#, 45#, 55# draw weights 3 - 30 inch Gold Tip Warrior Arrows, 500 spine 100 grain field tips and Quiver included. Max Draw Length of 55# is 30 inches. If your draw is greater, please choose 45# Draw bow! When stored in Quiver/Case, bow is 23 inches. Arrows measure 30 inches. Carry using strap or fits nicely in side pocket of backpack. Bow set weighs 2lbs! When assembled, the bow measures between 46-50inches, depending on your draw weight choice. We ship USPS Priority Mail on all orders. 1 day delivery available. We ship Monday - Friday. Handling 1 day. Please string bow properly. String bow away from the riser! Stringing the bow wrong will break limbs almost instantly. Broken limbs due to improper stinging will void limb warranty.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Item Weight : 2 Pounds
- Date First Available : May 13, 2017
- Manufacturer : Xpectre, Inc
- ASIN : B082FQP6LF
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I tried changing my arrow positioning and moving the sights, tried loosing just above or below by bending the catch/sights to use just 1 wire instead, that basically just severs arrow feathers/fletching though.
Good still for an emergency, but not good for regular use. I wish it was easier to aim with or if they can post a video on how to use it properly maybe that would help.
Personally, I like that I can quickly pull it out and string it in a matter of under 60 seconds - then loose arrows. Awesome.
WARNING: All of those carbonfiber arrows from walmart with the small rubber fletchings, yeah, those break in just a few shots as the sights rip the fletching off.
It has a few minor problems, but all are readily fixed, thus a solid 4 Star Rating--at least for my criteria of what a basic bow should be.
The entire bow breaks down and fits into the quiver, along with the set of 4 arrows that are pretty decent. The bow is incredibly easy to assemble, no tools required, and in my opinion (new to archery) shoots quite well!
I do agree that the nocks on the limbs are a little rough, but I easily sanded them down with a very fine grit sandpaper. After roughly 200 shots with it, I did manage to break off the cheap arrow rest, but easily replaced it with a much better one (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0000AVDCG/ref=oh_details_o00_s01_i00), and no other components are showing any wear.
Overall, a perfect bow for a beginner just trying to find out if they might like archery. As well as a very compact spare bow to take with you anywhere.