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Concept Archery Believer

Concept Archery's new Believer bow is covered in Next Generation G1 camo and can be adjusted from 80 percent all the way up to 99 percent letoff simply by rotating the bottom axle.

Concept builds their bows using solid billet 6061-T6 risers, Gordon composite limbs, Sims Vibration products and needle roller bearings to ensure a smooth, quiet hunting rig archery hunters will be able to hold at full draw as long as it takes for the buck of a lifetime to casually stroll into a pre-cut shooting lane.


Contact: Concept Archery, (908) 689-0965; www.conceptarchery.com.


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