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ATA Show 2016: Bowtech BT-X

ATA Show 2016: Bowtech BT-X

Bowtech revealed their new flagship bow at ATA Show 2016 in front of an anxious crowd. The brand new BT-X, which will MSRP at $1,099, is sure to be a favorite of archers everywhere.

"With the BT-X, we have engineered the most compact, well-balanced bow ever produced," said Jeff Suiter, product marketing manager for Bowtech. "This bow delivers bone-crushing power and speed along with the ability to fine tune every aspect for the optimal experience."

Editor in Chief Christian Berg was one of the first people to shoot the new Bowtech BT-X at ATA Show 2016.


The BT-X weighs just 4.2 pounds and measure 31 inches axle-to-axle. The bow delivers arrow speeds up to 350 fps, all while offering incredible adjustability and the ideal shot for every shooter. The brace height ranges from 6 to 6.5 inches.


It's also available with one of two cam sets. The X28 version accommodates draw lengths between 25.5 and 28 inches, while the X31 cam version accommodates draw lengths between 27 and 31 inches.

With solid black limbs, the bow is available in five different finish options: Mossy Oak Break-Up Country, Realtree Xtra Green, Kryptek Highlander, Kryptek Typhon and Black-Ops.

The bow was revealed at ATA Show 2016 by Bowtech's celebrities.

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