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2015 New Bows: Quest

New from Quest and set to redefine what youth and female shooters can expect in a bow is the all-new Quest Storm.
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2015 New Bows: Obession Bows

Slamming the industry with innovation and flawless design, Obsession Bows delivers once again for 2015.
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2015 New Bows: Xpedition Archery

The 2015 Xcentric is new and, from the looks of things, better than ever. The sleek and curvaceous riser is offset by aggressive past-parallel split limbs and oversized cams
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2015 New Bows: PSE Archery

PSE’s Dream Season Decree pushes all my “good” buttons. First, it weighs in at a grin-inducing 3.7 pounds – light by any standards – but especially on the light side for a PSE bow.
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2015 New Bows: Elite Archery

Buy an Elite Synergy and you might find yourself wanting some alone time with it – and not just for its good looks.
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2015 New Bows: BowTech

BowTech’s new PowerShift Technology works in concert with the PowerDisc to give the archer complete and total control of their draw cycle.
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2015 New Bows: Bear Archery

Bear bows have made my “A” list for several years running now. The Agenda series bows were – and still are – hot bows. This year’s flagship Arena 30 might be even better.
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2015 New Bows: Hoyt

The Carbon Spyder ZT Turbo is a screamer, but doesn’t compromise the shootability Hoyt is known for.
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2015 New Bows: Prime By G5

Some bows are easier to shoot accurately than are others, and Prime’s new Rival is a case in point.
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2015 New Bows: Mathews

With speeds reaching 330 fps, the No Cam HTR, employing two circular concentric string tracks, offers several advantages, beginning with perfectly level vertical nock travel and an amazingly smooth draw cycle.
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