The stated mission of Quest is simple: make great bows for a great price without compromise.
Many companies have likely made similar claims but few can back up such a statement like Quest, which is part of the respected G5 Outdoors family that also includes Prime bows and some of the industry's most-respected accessories including a full line of proven broadheads.
Quest claims the quality and craftsmanship it puts into building its bows is unmatched in the industry, and if you have toured its manufacturing facility, like we here at Bowhunting World/Archery Business have, you'd know that statement is no hollow boast.
Quest takes extra steps that many others don’t—from holding the tightest tolerances of its parts, to its own Durafuse decorating process, to shooting every bow before it's shipped.
The newest bow from Quest is the Radical, and as the versatile 171⁄2- to 30-inch draw length, 291⁄4-inch axle-to-axle,15 to 70 pounds draw weight, and 3.25-pound mass weight might suggest, this is a bow aimed at the youthful or beginning bowhunter.
Offering the same kind of smooth-shooting properties and firm back wall as Quest’s other bows, it produces speed enough to hunt at 295 fps.
In finishes of Realtree AP or Realtree AP Purple, the Radical is available in a DTH (Designed to Hunt) package for an additional $80, or bow only for $349.