Bear Carnage Compound Bow
The Bear Carnage compound bow is the new power bow in the Bear Archery line-up. It has been billed as a perfect combination of speed, power, smoothness and efficiency. With a few new innovative pieces of technology and a longer riser the bow is balanced and more forgiving to increase accuracy through an improvement in aim.
The Carnage features the new Skeleton cam giving it the speed of up to 345 fps while also being adjustable in ½” increments. The Skeleton cam is new for 2011 and is machined from 7075 aluminum. It has been given less weight mass and has a positioned Tungsten Carbide perimeter weight to create an efficient single cam.
Also featured on this bow is the new Bear 4x4 Roller Guard which houses 8 sealed ball bearings that work to provide you with the smoothest possible draw cycle that achieves maximum efficiency by decreasing friction.
Take a look at the range of Bear Carnage compound bows for sale below and find one that has been set up to your preferred size and is at a price that suits you.
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Bear Carnage 50 60 Pound Limbs
$16.00 (11 Bids)
Time Remaining: 4d 7h 32m
Skeleton Cam System
4x4 Roller Guard
Dual Arc Offset string suppressors
Realtree APG Camo
Bear Carnage Bow Specifications
Draw Weights : 50, 60, 70 lbs
Draw Lengths : 25.5-30.5”
Axle to Axle : 32″
Brace Height : 7.25″
Mass Weight : 4 lbs
Effective Let Off : 80%
IBO Speed : 345 fps
Finding Information About the Bear Carnage Compound Bow
The Bear Carnage compound bow is one of the bows that were released as part of the 2012 range and so they are covered in the 2012 Bear Owner’s Manual. To get important information about your Bear compound bow including vital warning details, bow diagrams, care and maintenance, how to adjust the draw weight of the bow, arrow selection recommendations and the setup of the bow you should read the manual.
What they are saying in the forums about the Bear Carnage
I have a new carnage. It is faster than my pse x force i owned a couple of years ago and much more comfortable to shoot. The carnage is the best bow i have ever owned. I was at our local shop and i had the pleasure to shoot a lot of the new bows and nothing is as sweet as the carnage.
Nothing wrong with the Carnage except the finish is a little rough looking. I like the way the bow looks with the dual string stops that have the arch like the limbs. But the one i tested did not come close to 345 ibo.
I shot a 5 arrow group that all 5 were touching, the guy just slapped the rest on it and I shot. It is smooth and fast. I was drivin the arrows in to the fletchings in their almost new block targets.