Bear Game Over Compound Bow
The strength of the Bear Game Over compound bow is in just how forgiving the bow is. It has a brace height of 7.875" giving it an added degree of accuracy and comfort when making the shot. This is a great mid-range compound bow that will provide the hunter with a very reliable bow at a reasonable price.
The cam system is the same Perimeter Weighted Modular Single Cam that you would also get with The Truth 2 and the Done Deal. The difference with the Game Over when compared to other bows using the single cam is that it is not as aggressive which translates to it shooting at a slightly slower speed. But it also means that the bow is smoother draw and release.
One of the features of the bow is the Bear patented compression molded Flare Quad limbs to reduce noise on release.
With the brace height approaching 8" this is a bow that will appeal to the novice as well as the well credentialled shooter and with the parallel split limb design, vibration reduction devices and comfortable plastic grip this is a bow that offers a great deal to most hunters.
Browse through the range of Game Over compound bows that have been provided on this page and check the bow features and specifications that have been provided further down the page.
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Bow Features :
Compression Molded Flare Quad Limbs
Machined Aluminum, Minimum Riser Reflex
Perimeter-Weighted Modular Single Cam;
Single Arc String Suppressor
Aluminum Pivoting Limb Cups.
Bear Game Over Bow Specs
What they're saying about the Bear Game Over in the archery forums
I shot the Game Over this past weekend. I wish I hadn't - I (thought) I had made my mind up to go with a Reflex. Now I'm leaning heavily toward the Bear. Smooth shooter, nice grip, factory string stopper. Pretty nice bow for the money.
The Game Over has a longer ATA, which means less extreme string angles at full draw. Its shorter brace height means more speed, which is good for game over over distance where judging yardage can be critical.
Game Over IMHO is one of the best buys out there. I'm buying a 2009 myself to upgrade from my 2008 Bear. It is very close to the 2 PRO models (Truth2 / Done Deal) and has same cams almost same axle-axle length risers are very much the same as well.
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