Seven Bows For 2011

See seven of the hottest bows on the market for 2011.

BEAR CARNAGE
The all-new Carnage is Bear Archery's fastest, smoothest, most efficient bow ever. Powered by the Bear Skeleton Cam, the Carnage is 32 inches between the axles and whips arrows up to 345 fps with a forgiving 7€‰1„4-inch brace height, Dual ARC String Suppressors, 4X4 Roller Guard and more. MSRP: $849.99

www.beararcheryproducts.com

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MATHEWS Z7 XTREME
Mathews is building on its wildly popular Z7 with the new Z7 Xtreme, a shortened (28 inches axle to axle) package that's plenty fast (330 fps IBO) and forgiving (thanks to a 7€‰3„8-inch brace height). The Z7 Xtreme weighs 3.98 pounds and features a new ZX Cam that's even smoother and more efficient than the original Z7 Solocam. MSRP: $899


www.mathewsinc.com

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MISSION CRAZE
You'll go crazy for Mission's new Craze, which packs a ton of performance and versatility into an insanely affordable package. The Craze is a two-cam bow that measures 28 inches long, weighs just 3.6 pounds and boasts an IBO rating of 306 fps. The Craze is adjustable from 15-70 pounds of draw weight and 19-30 inches of draw length. MSRP: $299


www.missionarchery.com

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ELITE HUNTER
What's in a name? Everything for Elite Archery's new Hunter, which was created to put meat in the freezer. Born from the Z28, the Hunter is faster (323 fps IBO) and shorter (31€‰3„4 inches axle to axle), with a generous 7€‰1„2-inch brace height and amazing accuracy. MSRP: $869

www.elitearchery.com

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BOWTECH ASSASSIN
BowTech's Assassin comes with the company's new RAK (Ready. Aim. Kill.) package, which will have you hunting right out of the box. The Assassin is a compact 30€‰5„8 inches long with a forgiving 7-inch brace height and 333-fps IBO rating. Accessories include 4-pin Apex sight, Hostage XL rest, 5-arrow quiver, 4-inch stabilizer and more! MSRP: $649

www.bowtecharchery.com

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PRIME CENTROID
G5's new Prime line of premium bows features proprietary Parallel Cam Technology, which virtually eliminates cam lean for better nock travel and down range accuracy. The Prime Centroid also boasts a super strong Forged 7000 series aluminum riser and TI-Glide flexible titanium cable guard in a 4.3-pound package that propels arrows up to 332 fps. MSRP: $999

www.g5prime.com

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MARTIN ONZA 3
Martin's new Onza 3 was designed for maximum stability, yet it propels arrows up to 340 fps thanks to the powerful Nitro 2.0 Hybrid Pro Cam. The Onza 3 measures 33€‰1„4 inches long, has a 7€‰1„4-inch brace height, weighs 4 pounds and is deadly silent thanks to a plethora of built-in vibration dampening features. MSRP: $649.99

www.martinarchery.com

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