Browning Verado Compound Bow
Here's the new Browning compound bow on the block and it's been packed with all sorts of performance features.
The Browning Verado compound bow is packed with features, enough to make it appear as though it is at the high end of the pricing spectrum. But the Verado gives you a shock-free bow that shoots smoothly and quietly for a lot less than other comporable bows.
The bow delivers a powerful shot without generating the accompanying forward limb thrust that is responsible for shock. It is also equipped with a slimline riser for greater feel and a reduction in weight.
The Mini Trance single cam enables 3" of draw adjustment and gives you the ability to adjust from 65% to 80% let off without the need for a bow press.
It is still possible to find some cheap Browning Verado compound bows if you are prepared to look for them.
Browse through the various Browning Verado 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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Slimline machined aluminum riser
12.5" parallel limbs
Vibracheck BackStop string suppressor system
Hyperlite pivoting limb pockets
precision bearing idler
sliding module MT single-cam
Browning Verado Specs
Draw Weight: 50, 60, 70#
Brace Height: 7-7/8”
Mass Weight: 4.3 lbs.
Draw Length: 27”-30”
Let-Off: 80% Effective 65% Actual
IBO Speed: 313 fps
What They're Saying About the Browning Verado
It's a excelent bow, no recoil (zero hand shock), fast ( about real 255 fps with chrono @ 29' 60 lb), short (good for ground blinds),and pretty much accurate.
I had a Browning F5 Tornado as my first bow and stay with Browning (PSE).
I recomend this bow for everyone, not just for beginers.
I have had my Verado for a few months now. Shoots great but the serving on the string that goes around the cam gets absolutely chewed to bits. I have re-served it twice and had the guy at the pro shop re-serve it also. The proshop owner said that is what he sees with single cam PSEs. Not real happy about that.