New Prime Line Heeds Bowhunting And Target Archery Call

The Ion sports an ultra-forgiving 7.25-inch brace height – G5 is always focused on accuracy and forgiveness – and tips the scales at a featherlike 3.9 pounds.

New Prime Line Heeds Bowhunting And Target Archery Call

Since 2000, G5 Outdoors has been mesmerizing bowhunters with its exciting product offerings. From its razor-sharp broadheads to its fail-proof, full-containment rest, this family-owned manufacturer continues to raise the bar.

In addition to its numerous high-quality archery accessory offerings, G5’s fine line of Prime bows hangs on the walls and rests in the bow cases of countless outdoorsmen around the country. Known for a stable platform and silky-smooth draw – compliments of G5’s Parallel Cam System – the Prime line has earned a reputation centered on performance.

Sure to be cheered by the G5 Nation is the new-for-2015 Prime Ion ($1,000). Measuring a mere 31-inches axle to axle, the Ion was built to perform in even the tightest of trees as well as those claustrophobic ground blinds.

The Ion sports an ultra-forgiving 7.25-inch brace height – G5 is always focused on accuracy and forgiveness – and tips the scales at a featherlike 3.9 pounds. Engineers have extended the adjustment range of the PCXL parallel cam to provide shooters an 85-percent letoff rating for increased comfort and for those moments when minutes at full draw begin to feel like hours. The Flexis-AR roller guard reduces torque on the cables and improves tuning capability for added shot assurance. And, of course, the Ion sports what G5 calls “the strongest riser in the industry.” For 2015, the 7000 series aluminum riser with integrated, torque-reducing Ghost Grip is lighter than ever, making it even more maneuverable.

Available in draw lengths from 26 to 30 inches and draw weights ranging from 30 to 70 pounds, the all-new Ion is sure to fit most every archer and comes cloaked in Realtree Xtra, GORE OPTIFADE Concealment Open Country and Black.

Don’t worry, Prime didn’t forget about all you competitive archers out there who’ve come to trust Prime bows for putting you atop the podium. The all-new One Series offers shooters two new risers, eyebrow-raising colors, a Flexis-AR tunable roller guard and a sure-to-be-appreciated modular-based parallel-cam system designed to give you complete control of the draw cycle. You want speed? Smoothness? A little of both? The One Series provides it. In addition, the infinite adjustment in the draw stop allows you the ability to customize a back wall that you’re comfortable with. Archers, especially tournament archers, love customization, and the Prime One Series is loaded with it.

The One-MX ($1,100 Black, $1,200 Target Colors) is a 39-inch axle-to-axle, 7-inch brace height, 4.6-pound tack driver. Its 7000 series aluminum riser has been lightened – without affecting overall strength – to boost stability and balance. The aforementioned added customization abilities available in the new Parallel Cam System and Flexis-AR system add to the precision of this fine-tuned instrument and help the bow hit an IBO speed rating of 323 fps.

The One-MX comes in draw lengths ranging from 24.5 to 31 inches and draw weights between 30 and 70 pounds.

Prime’s One-STX ($1,400 Black, $1,500 Target Colors) was created to meet the needs of even the most demanding of competitive archers. The One-STX features an all-new shoot-through 7000 series aluminum riser – engineered to be stiff, balanced and light – to provide the shooter with a virtually torque-free shooting experience. The innovative riser design is merged with G5’s Parallel Cam System and new Flexis-AR to give the shooter maximum customization and total control. Said by G5 to be “one of the most accurate bows in the world,” the One-STX mirrors the specs of the One-MX.

Both the One-MX and One-STX are available in Black and Ice Blue, Red Hot and Gamma Green target bow colors.

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