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PSE Archery Bow Madness 3G Compound Bows Bow Only

PSE Archery Bow Madness 3G Compound Bows Bow Only

Bow Madness is the choice of the team at Drury Outdoors. Pprecisely engineered tools that fill the needs of professional hunters. Low-flex, machined-aluminum riser. Madness Pro single-cam offers 1/2" draw length adjustments. PSE’s Posi-Lock inner cam. Optimized draw cycle for a smoother draw and a better feel. Vibracheck® backstop. Patented preloaded split limbs. B.E.S.T. Raptor grip75% ket-off. Axle-to-axle: 33.13"IBO speed. L 330 fps. Brace Height: 7"Weight: 4.3 lbs. Bow Madness is the choice of the team at Drury Outdoors for good reason—these killers are precisely engineered tools that fill the needs of professional hunters, and they’re made in the USA! PSE has raised the bar again with a low-flex, machined-aluminum riser for consistent accuracy, plus the Madness Pro single-cam that offers 1/2" draw length adjustments with PSE’s Posi-Lock inner cam AND an optimized draw cycle for a smoother draw and a better feel. Vibracheck® backstop; patented preloaded split limbs; and B.E.S.T. Raptor grip. 75% ket-off. Axle-to-axle: 33.13". IBO speed. L 330 fps. Brace Height: 7". Weight: 4.3 lbs.“If you are looking for an ultimate hunting bow you owe it to yourself to shoot the New Bow Madness 3G. Only PSE can produce a bow with this much technology and performance. It’s simply amazing!?Mark & Terry Drury, Hosts of Drury & PSE’s “Bow Madness? TV Show

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