BowTech Air Raid Compound Bow
The BowTech Air Raid compound bow is a powerful bow that features a long riser that has been paired with short limbs to ensure added stability when making the shot. The idea of this bow is to create a forgiving package with an attempt to combat noise and vibration.
The Air Raid is equipped with the BowTech Rotating Mod System which means that a new cam or module will not be required when adjusting the draw length. You will simply have to remove the module screws, rotate the module and tighten the screws again. Two features available with this cam system are six inches of draw length adjustment and an infinite draw stop.
The Air Raid features a yoke system that is placed on each side of the cable to eliminate cam lean and represents another bow using the company's center pivot system.
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BOWTECH AIR RAID
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Rotating Mod System
BowTech Air Raid Specs
Draw Weights : 65, 75 lbs
Draw Lengths : 26.5-30.5"
Axle to Axle : 33-7/8"
Brace Height : 6-7/8"
Mass Weight : n/a
Effective Let Off : 80%
IBO Speed : 321 - 329 fps
Tuning Your BowTech Compound Bow
If you need help tuning your Bowtech Air Raid compound bow you should visit the Bowtech website where the Owner’s Manuals are available for download along with other manuals that will be able to provide you with all of the help you require no matter what year your bow was released. Visit the Documents and Manuals part of the Bowtech site here.
What they’re saying on the forums about the BowTech Air Raid
I took it to shoot. I was completely underwhelmed. I have like Bowtech for a long time and they have always made a bow I shot well. There last line up produced none for me so I awaited this. It had a ton of vibration and a bit of shock. The draw was smooth and didn't have a huge dump. The wall was solid but it all went in the toilet upon release.
Mine didn't make as much impression on me as the Admiral did, but it is faster,
and the draw cycle is smoother.
The bow is nice and smooth for a speed bow, but the one I shot was backed out quite a bit, probably to somewhere in the 57lb range, which will make any bow smooth, that is my only concern. There was a little vibration and kick but we are talkin a new and rest only, not stabilizer. At full draw the limbs are well beyond parallel and the bow held very well.