Browning Micro Adrenaline Compound Bow
The Browning Micro Adrenaline offers all of the features you can get with the larger Browning bows in a more compact package that is suitable for small framed or youth archers. The cam system used on this bow is the HX twin cam which makes it a highly adjustable bow giving it tremendous versatility. As with the better youth compound bows, there is a lot of room for the bow to grow with the archer.
The micro machined aluminum riser of the Micro Adrenaline is designed for a great look and is light weight enabling greater maneuverability.
The Browning Micro Adrenaline is a performance bow that delivers sound and powerful shooting from a frame that belies its strength.
Browse through the various Browning Micro Adrenaline compound bows that have been displayed for sale below. You will also find a list of bow features further down the page as well as the bow specifications to give you a good idea of the type of bow that is being reviewed and offered here.
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browning Micro Midas Micro Adrenalin bow
$85.00 (13 Bids)
Time Remaining: 1d 11h 15m
Browning Micro Adrenaline Bow with Accessories and Carbon Express Arrows
Time Remaining: 6d 9h 41m
10 inches of draw length adjustment
Hyperlite unibody limb pockets
HX Cam system
Micro Machined Aluminum riser
Taperflex limb design
Browning Micro Adrenaline Specs
Draw Weight: 20, 30, 40, 50#
Brace Height: 7-1/8”
Mass Weight: 3.4 lbs.
Draw Length: 18”-28”
Let-Off: 70% Effective 65% Actual
IBO Speed: 273-265 fps
What They're Saying About the Browning Micro Adrenaline
The Micro Adrenaline is more of middle of the road bow. It fills the gap that used to be left between youth and full size bows. I think it is a pretty good bow.
I bought one for my boy a couple years ago. It spits out arrows pretty good. I was playing with Muzzy 100 gr on GT carbons and they were hitting with FP's at 20 yds. It has a kind of loud plunk to it, but shoots good. It has a 50# 27" draw max I think. If it fits your frame, go for it. Don't let the term "youth bow" fool you.