2011 New Compound Hunting Bows “Part 1″

January 2, 2014 by  
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Below is a review of many of the new Compound Hunting Bows for 2011.  These are some awesome bows for this year.  They have speed, great Looks, and are smooth shooting.  We will carry many of the Diamond, PSE, Quest and others in our Online Archery Shop.

Mathews Z7 XtremeThe Z7 Xtreme packs all the features of the Z7 into a compact package that measures just 28″ from axle-to-axle. With a forgiving 7 3/8″ brace height the Z7 Xtreme is very easy to shoot, even at longer distances. The ZX cam provides plenty of speed with IBO ratings up to 330 fps. Weighing in at just 3.98 lbs the Z7 Xtreme is perfect for bowhunters who are looking for a small, maneuverable bow that is both fast and accurate. The new Z7 Xtreme works equally well in a ground blind as it does in a treestand. Click here to learn more about the Z7 Xtreme.
Mathews Z7 Xtreme TacticalThe Z7 Xtreme Tactical measures the same as the Z7 Xtreme, but comes with a new bold look. The Grid Lock riser is flat black, the SE5 Composite Limbs are dipped in a carbon fiber finish, and phantom gray accents finish this bow off to make it one of the best looking bows for 2011. The Z7 Xtreme Tactical is perfect for ground blind hunters or anyone who wants their bow to stand out in a crowd.
Mathews Z7 MagnumMany of today’s bowhunters are looking for the ultimate in speed while still maintaining accuracy. If you fit this description be sure to check out the Z7 Magnum. At 32″ axle-to-axle and sporting a forgiving brace height of 6 3/8″ this bow pumps out speeds of up to 340 fps! Like all other Z Series bows from Mathews the Z7 Magnum features the Reverse Assist Roller Guard, Grid Lock riser, and Dead-End String Stop which make this speed bow not just fast, but quiet too. The Z7 Magnum is available in Lost Camo or black.
Mathews eZ7If you like the specs of the Mathews Z7 Magnum but want something with a silky smooth draw, the eZ7 is for you. Built on the same platform as the Z7 Magnum, the eZ7 features the Z7 Solocam, which is similar to the smooth drawing cam system used on the venerable DXT. This provides an easy draw for smooth shooting while still posting IBO speeds of up to 321 fps. The eZ7 measures 32″ axle-to-axle and weighs in at just 4.25 lbs.
Mathews Z9Bowhunters looking for a hunting bow with a longer draw length and forgiving brace height should give the Z9 a serious look. The Z9 measures 30″ axle-to-axle and comes in draw lengths up to 32″. With a generous brace height of 8 ¾” the Z9 is extremely forgiving and super accurate. Weighing in at 4.0 lbs the Z9 launches arrows at a very respectable 312 fps.
Mathews McPherson Series Monster MR6The McPherson Series Monster bow lineup has been expanded for 2011 to include several new speedy hunting bows. The MR6 utilizes the patented AVS cam system to deliver speeds up to 354 fps with a 6″ brace height. Like all Monster bows the MR6 also features the Quad V-Lock Limb System and Dead End String Stop. Bowhunters who like the feel of a dual-cam bow that offers unrivaled speed should seriously consider the McPherson Series Monster MR6.
Hoyt Carbon ElementThe 2011 Carbon Element from Hoyt features a patent pending hollow carbon tube riser that is both extremely strong and light weight. The Carbon Element measures 32″ from axle-to-axle, has a 7″ brace height and shoots 323 fps.
Hoyt CRX32Featuring the lightest TEC riser Hoyt have ever made the CRX 32 weighs in at just 3.95 lbs. The FUEL Cam delivers speeds up to 323 fps while a 32″ axle-to-axle length and 7″ brace height make the CRX 32 both balanced and forgiving.
Hoyt RampageBuilt for bowhunters on a budget the Rampage packs in plenty of great features. Sporting a 7″ brace height and 34″ axle-to-axle length the Rampage shoots at a respectable 306 fps.
Bowtech InvasionAfter a much anticipated wait, Bowtech unveiled the Invasion CPX at the 2011 ATA Show. The Invasion features Bowtech’s center pivot technology, Hardcore limbs, and Overdrive Binary cam system to deliver speeds up to 343 fps. The Invasion has an axle-to-axle length of 31″, a brace height of 7″, and weighs 3.9 lbs.
Bowtech AssassinThe Bowtech Assassin comes fully loaded with Bowtech’s new R.A.K. (Ready, Aim, Kill) system that includes a stabilizer, bow sling, rest, sight and quiver. The full package weighs just 4.8 lbs and shoots up to 333 fps. MSRP $649.
Bowtech HeartbreakerBowtech’s new woman’s hunting bow delivers speeds up to 305 fps and weighs a mere 3.7 lbs. The Heartbreaker comes in weights from 40 to 60 lbs and has a forgiving 7″ brace height which is great for female archers.
Diamond Dead EyeFeaturing Diamond’s new Throttle Cam, the Dead Eye fires arrows at a blazing 343 fps. A 6 1/8″ brace height isn’t very forgiving, but produces plenty of speed. The Dead Eye measures 32″ axle-to-axle and weighs 3.95 lbs.
Diamond FugitiveAnother fast hunting bow from Diamond, the Fugitive boasts speeds up to 337 fps with a brace height of 6 1/2″. With the R.A.K. system the Fugitive has an MSRP of $649 and comes in Mossy Oak Treestand camo.
Bear CarnageBear’s Carnage bow features the new Skeleton cam which delivers speeds up to 345 fps. The Skeleton cam can be adjusted in 1/2″ increments without the need for a bow press. The Carnage also features Bear’s 4×4 roller guard and Dual Arc Offest string suppressors.

Originally posted 2011-02-10 18:13:23. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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