Hoyt Turbohawk Compound Bow
The Hoyt Turbohawk compound bow is a new lightweight bow that is part of the Hawk Series of bows. It fills the need for a bow that won’t tire the arms of the lighter framed shooter but it allows you the accuracy and luxury of a super silent shot with almost no hand shock. The bow only weighs 3.75lbs and it features XTS 500 laminated limbs which is where it picks up the smoothness.
The bow is powered by the modular-adjustable XTR Cam & ½ Performance System giving you a high performance bow. The modular draw-length adjustment means that it allows easy adjustment without the need for a bow press and you will also not have to sacrifice performance to get it. The other big feature that could be important to some shooters is the price with this bow filling the lower cost end of the market.
The new design to come with this bow is the Zero Tolerance Locking System (ZT Lock) that directly links the limbs to the riser. This makes it Hoyt’s most durable and lightweight pocket design ever.
Hoyt Turbohawk Compound Bow Deals
Hoyt Turbo Hawk Compound Bow with Arrows and Case
Time Remaining: 11h 47m
Hoyt TurboHawk Custom String and Cable Set
Time Remaining: 20h 17m
Buy It Now for only: $59.99
Hoyt TurboHawk XTS 500 Compound Bow Dl 26 DW 60 70 LBS
Time Remaining: 2d 18h 38m
Hoyt Turbo Hawk Bow
Time Remaining: 4d 14h 42m
Buy It Now for only: $400.00
Hoyt Turbohawk Bone Collector 60 70 RH 29 Compound Hunting Bow Package
$140.00 (52 Bids)
Time Remaining: 5d 9h 4m
Hoyt TurboHawk Bow needs repair
$100.00 (11 Bids)
Time Remaining: 5d 15h 55m
Bow Features :
XTR Cam & Half Performance System
XTS 500 Laminated Limbs
Pro-Lock Pocket System
Hoyt Turbohawk Bow Specs
Draw Weights : 40-70 lbs
Draw Lengths : 26-30"
Axle to Axle : 32"
Brace Height : 7-1/4"
Mass Weight : 3.75 lbs
Effective Let Off : 70%
IBO Speed : 320 fps
What they’re saying about the Hoyt Turbohawk
Just purchased a turbohawk yesterday. Shot it side by side with the alphamax 32 for about a half hour and couldn't tell the difference between the two, except for the $250 price tag (with the rebate). Shot it a bunch last night and it seems to be very forgiving, quiet, and smooth.
The Hawk series does not have a MACHINED Aluminum riser, they actually have a cast magnesium alloy riser (hence why they say Mag Casting). Say what you will about it, but this is actually a pretty big downfall for this bow. Also, the Hawk series does not have any sort of string dampening system as well. Essentially what it boils down to it that a forged and machined riser is going to be way stronger than a cast.
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