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Ross Carnivore 34

Measuring 34 inches between the axles, Ross Archery's Carnivore 34 sports a 73/8-inch brace height and offers draw lengths from 26-31 inches. The Carnivore has a fully machined aluminum riser and, thanks to its asymmetric Hybrid Cam System, promotes consistent accuracy with respectable IBO speeds ranging from 312-320 fps.

The cam system includes a single rotating module for easy draw length adjustments. The cables ride on a unique cable/string system known as "The Krank", which promotes a smooth draw cycle. The Carnivore is also available in two other models; the Carnivore 31 and 37. The Carnivore 31 measures 31 inches between the axles whereas the Carnivore 37 measures 37 inches. All three models include a machined aluminum broadhead guard, one-piece slim line micro finished grip, Teflon cable slide, Flatline limb, string and cable guard Vibration Dampening System, and thick and stiff Limber Limbs.

Contact: Ross, (866) 237-7677;

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