Bow Review Video: 2023 Elite Omnia

Bowhunting World Field Editor Darron McDougal learned that holding the new 32-inch Elite Omnia at full draw, acquiring the target, aiming and executing a high-quality shot was practically effortless. It has target-bow stability with hunting maneuverability.

Bow Review Video: 2023 Elite Omnia

Impressively, the 2023 Omnia is 12 fps faster than the 2022 EnVision, but makes no compromises on accuracy, as this three-arrow group packed into the center 12-ring from 40 yards proves.

According to Bowhunting World Field Editor Darron McDougal, Elite Archery’s new flagship delivers the same shootability as past models, but with greater customization and extra velocity. Check out the YouTube video below to hear McDougal’s opinions after shooting the 2023 Elite Omnia. 

Elite Omnia Test Bow Specs

  • Axle-to-Axle Length: 32 inches
  • Brace Height: 6 inches
  • Draw Length: 28 inches
  • Draw Weight: 71.1 pounds
  • Let-off: 85%
  • Bow-only Weight: 4.5 pounds
  • Accessorized Total Weight: 6.5 pounds
  • Velocity: 287 fps (with 468-grain Easton 6.5mm Acu-Carbon 340 arrow)
  • Kinetic Energy: 85.58 foot-pounds
  • Finish: Sienna Brown riser; Ninja Black limbs
  • MSRP: $1,199 (starting price)

Additional Notes: For this bow review, the McDougal’s Elite Omnia was set up using a Last Chance Archery EZ Green Bow Press and EZ Green Bow Vise, and draw weight was calculated using Last Chance Archery’s Digital Bow Scale. A Caldwell Ballistic Precision Chronograph measured the 468-grain Easton 6.5mm Acu-Carbon 340 arrow’s velocity.


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