Bear Assault Compound Bow
If you thought the Bear Attack was packed with features but felt it was a little too long for your liking, the Bear Assault compound bow should be more your cup of tea. As with the other bows that were also first released in 2010, the Assault has been designed to provide a great deal of energy that is delivered with virtually no sound at all. And the Assault can provide this speed and power at the end of a smooth and efficient draw.
The Bear Assault has been loaded with the technological features of the Attack but in a bow that measures 30.75” axle-to-axle. The bow is equipped with Max Pre-Load Limbs and the Bear E-Cam to give a quiet delivery of withering power to the bow.
The Dual Arc String Suppressors that can be seen running parallel to the limbs have been introduced by Bear Archery as a vibration reduction device and it works remarkably well. These suppressors have been optimised to reduce as much vibration as possible.
For those who like to do the comparison testing between bows, this is only a fraction shorter than the Attack, the brace height is a quarter inch longer and the Assault is a few ounces lighter than the Attack. It’s the small alterations that can make all the difference.
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Bow Features :
Max Pre-Loaded Quad Limbs;
Dual Offset Arc String Suppressors;
Pre-Stretched Contra Band HP Strings;
Zero Tolerance Pivoting Limb Cups.
Bear Assault Bow Specs
Draw Weights : 60, 70 lbs
Draw Lengths : 26-31"
Axle to Axle : 30.75"
Brace Height : 7.25"
Mass Weight : 3.9 lbs
Effective Let Off : 80%
IBO Speed : 320 - 328 fps
What they're saying about the Bear Assault
I shot the Assault about a week ago and I thought is was pretty nice. The draw was nice and smooth and the bow holds good. The grip was a little too narrow for me (and I like narrow grips) and there was noticeable cam jump from the bottom limb. Overall I liked it but I was expecting a little nicer shot. A good stab and some vibration dampeners might help.
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