BowTech Assassin Compound Bow
The BowTech Assassin compound bow is a hunting bow that has been designed as a fast, quiet and lightweight machine that will outperform the majority of the comparable bows on the market. It is a low-cost option that is fully Ready-to-Hunt.
The Bowtech Assassin compound bow was released as part of the RAK (Ready. Aim. Kill) package. This means the bow is fully equipped with extras such as a four-pin Apex sight; one piece Ultra-lite quiver, Octane Hostage XL rest; 4” Light stabilizer; wrist sling; alloy peep and Dura-Flx String Dampening Components.
This is a power packed hunting machine that has been offered at a budget price when you consider the extras that have been added in the factory. The entire package has been released by BowTech with a recommended sale price under $600.
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Bowtech Assassin Short Draw Right Handed Compound Bow DL25 DW50lbs
Time Remaining: 6d 18h 17m
Bowtech Assassin Left Hand 40 50 lb 26 30 Draw Length
Time Remaining: 15d 8h 13m
Buy It Now for only: $369.99
Bowtech Assassin 70 29 Right Handed
Time Remaining: 18d 16h 21m
Buy It Now for only: $375.00
BOWTECH ASSASSIN RAK LH
Time Remaining: 25d 10h 39m
Buy It Now for only: $350.00
Bow Features :
Binary Cam System
Octane Factory Strings
Rotating Mod System
Carbon Rod String Stop
BowTech Assassin Bow Specs
Draw Weights : 40-70 lbs
Draw Lengths : 26-30"
Axle to Axle : 30-5/8"
Brace Height : 7"
Mass Weight : 3.8lbs
Effective Let Off : 65-80%
IBO Speed : 333 fps
Tuning Your BowTech Compound Bow
If you need help tuning your Bowtech Assassin 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 in the forums about BowTech Assassin
The Assassin I shot was set at a light draw weight, but, from shooting it, I conclude that the binary-cams are semi aggressive, with an over-all smooth pull, similar to my Diamond Nitrous. It releases smooth as butter and it's very forgiving, meaning, controlling torque is simple- when compared to other bows that demand nothing less than PERFECT form.
I just couldnt justifiy spending the extra 400 - 600 dollars on the Invasion or Destroyer when the Assassin was so good. In my honest opinon, the Destroyer 340 and Invasion were like 10's and the Assassin is like a 9.75. I really love it.
The Assassin rocks regardless of price. Hard to beat it's performance for any price range. The perfect bow for those that don't want to spend lots of money.