New for 2019: Gearhead Archery B-Series Bows

Six new bows with axle-to-axle lengths from 20-40 inches make up the 2019 B-Series from Gearhead Archery.

New for 2019: Gearhead Archery B-Series Bows

The B-Series lineup from Gearhead Archery features six new bows; the B20, B24, B30, B34, B36 and B40. The number represents the axle-to-axle length for each respective bow. Each bow has an adjustable brace height and can be switched between left- and right-handed. These bows utilize a bridge-style shoot through riser with nine mounting positions for stabilizers.

With new Zero Gap limb pockets and new RA (Rotational Adjustment) cams, each bow allows for 10 pounds of draw weight adjustment and 4 inches of draw length adjustment with a pinned rotational module. These RA cams can be adjusted without the need for a bow press and provide fine-tuning of the let off up to 85 percent.

Gearhead Archery has developed six grips for their Pick a Grip system that allows the shooter to choose the best grip option for individual fit and feel. The Slider Grip can be moved 0.5 inches forward and 1.25 inches back in 0.25-inch increments, allowing for fine-tuning of draw length and brace height. The Slider Grip also allows the grip to be moved 0.375 inches left or right in 0.125-inch increments. Each of the new B-Series bows comes with the new Slider Grip; the B20 and B24 come with the Standard Slider Grip, the B30 and B34 come with the new 1911 Slider Grip and the B36 and B 40 come with the Flat Back Slider Grip.

2019 B-Series bow from Gearhead Archery.
2019 B-Series bow from Gearhead Archery.

Gearhead Archery B-Series Bows Individual Specs:

B20 – IBO speed 335 fps; 24.5- to 31.5-inch draw length; 4 pounds

B24 – IBO speed 350 fps; 25.5- to 32-inch draw length; 4.25 pounds

B30 – IBO speed 350 fps; 25.5- to 31.5-inch draw length; 4.5 pounds

B34 – IBO speed 360 fps; 26- to 32-inch draw length; 4.75

B36 – IBO speed 340 fps, 25.5- to 31.5-inch draw length; 5.4 pounds

B40 – IBO speed 350 fps, 26- to 32-inch draw length; 5.6 pounds

For more information, visit www.gearheadarchery.com.



Discussion

Comments on this site are submitted by users and are not endorsed by nor do they reflect the views or opinions of COLE Publishing, Inc. Comments are moderated before being posted.