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Browning Grand Illusion

No illusion.

The Grand Illusion is the fastest bow Browning Archery has ever designed, while also maintaining accuracy and smoothness.

It includes 12-inch split limbs and is fueled by the Megafast Cam system to boast arrows speeds of 330 fps. With a seven-inch brace height and Hypersplit limb pockets this is a high performance bow for serious arhcery hunters.


It features a handsome checkered wood grip; all new fully machined riser and seven factory-installed Vibracheck vibration dampeners for ultimate bowhunting silence.


Contact: Browning Archery, Dept. PB, 2727 N. Fairview Ave., Tucson, AZ 85705; (520) 884-9065.

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