Bowtech Sets the Stage for 2022 — Leave No Archer Behind

Bowtech announces four new bows for 2022, designed to fill every archery hunting and shooting need.

Bowtech Sets the Stage for 2022 — Leave No Archer Behind

Bowtech has introduced four new compound bows for 2022 — each filling a niche that addresses the wants and needs of specific bow shooters. Topping the list is its flagship offering, the SR350, driven by the bowmaker’s DeadLock Cam System. This laser-flat shooting bow generates 350 fps and delivers pinpoint accuracy, easy tuning and a silky-smooth draw. It features an axle-to-axle length of 33 inches and 6-inch brace height, and it’s available in 25- to 30-inch draw lengths and 50-, 60- and 70-pound draw weights. Hunters buying a SR350 can choose from five camo patterns and four solid finishes. MSRP: $1,299.

Bowtech SR350
Bowtech SR350

For hunters who favor a compact bow, the CP28 is built around a compact but stable riser design for ultra-maneuverability and increased accuracy — its DeadLock Cam System producing a flat-shooting 335 fps. It has a 28-inch axle-to-axle length, 6.75-inch brace height, 24.5- to 30-inch draw length and 50-, 60- and 70-pound draw weights. Hunters buying a CP28 can choose from five camo patterns and four solid finishes. MSRP: $1,199.

Bowtech CP28
Bowtech CP28

Two additional models round out Bowtech’s Class of 2022 — the Revolt X80 and Revolt XL, the former designed for outstanding power (80-pound draw weight) and accuracy while producing an amazing 102 pounds of kinetic energy at 340 fps, and the latter optimized for archers with draw lengths from 27.5 to 33 inches. Both bows measure 33 inches axle to axle. Hunters buying a Revolt X80 or Revolt XL can choose from two camo patterns and four solid finishes. MSRPs are $1,399 and $1,299 respectively.

Contact: www.bowtecharchery.com

Bowtech Revolt X80 (left) and Revolt XL
Bowtech Revolt X80 (left) and Revolt XL
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