Athens Buck Commander Bow

Athens Archery has teamed with the popular Buck Commander television team to offer the first-ever Buck Commander bow, a compact hunting machine that combines an IBO speed rating of 330 fps with surprising smoothness and silence. The Buck Commander features Athens' EV2 Duo-Cam System, which is fast, easy to tune and easy to draw. A durable, machined riser and pivoting limb pocket system ensure toughness in the field, and a 32-inch axle-to-axle length is perfect for maneuvering in a treestand or ground blind.

The Buck Commander weighs 3.95 pounds, has a forgiving, 7-inch brace height and features a custom diamond wood grip and complete noise and vibration dampening package that includes a string stopper and BowJax limb and string silencers. The Buck Commander bow has an adjustable 65/80-percent letoff, is available with peak draw weights of 50-70 pounds and can accommodate draw lengths from 27-30 inches. MSRP: $749.


Contact: Athens Archery, 574-224-2300; www.athensarchery.com.


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