Jennings Carbon Extreme Compound Bow
One of the finest bows of all time is the Jennings Carbon Extreme compound bow. The bow is available in a couple of different models with the Carbon Extreme and the Carbon Extreme XLR both featuring the Jennings Extreme cam. This cam was made to operate in sync with the Micro-Tune Yolk System. There is still the occasional Carbon Extree available for sale.
It is possible to still find a strong range of bow accessories that can be added to the bow with shooting sights, stabilizer and shooting rest all able to well equip the bow. A design feature that may be considered unusual is that the bow does not have a grip making it a little strange to hold.
While this is an older bow you should be able to find a cheap version that will represent great value for money. The features and the speed of the bow still holds up to comparable bows that were made at a later date.
Buy A Jennings Carbon Extreme Compound Bow
415 JENNINGS CARBON EXTREME COMPOUND BOW RH
Time Remaining: 1d 11h 8m
Buy It Now for only: $225.00
JENNINGS MICRO CARBON EXTREME BOW 3FT
Time Remaining: 4d 8h 4m
Buy It Now for only: $94.00
Jennings Carbon Extreme Compound Bow with Hard Case Right handed
Time Remaining: 4d 10h 16m
JENNINGS MICRO CARBON EXTREME BOW W CASE 10 ARROWS TRIGGER RELEASE RIGHT HAND
Time Remaining: 6d 21h 16m
Buy It Now for only: $140.00
Jennings Carbon Extreme XLR Compound Bow 25 60 Draw FREE SHIPPING
Time Remaining: 14d 22h 7m
Buy It Now for only: $159.99
Jennings Extreme Cam
Micro-Tune Yolk System
Jennings Carbon Master Bow Specs
Draw Weights : 50-60#, 60-70#
Draw Lengths : 25-32″
Axle to Axle : 40″
Brace Height : 8″
Mass Weight : 4.14 lbs
Effective Let Off : 65%
IBO Speed : 288 fps
What They’re Saying About the Jennings Carbon Extreme compound bow
I had one of these when they first came out. It is/was one of the most accurate bows I have ever owned.
At 65 lbs this thing is as fast as lightning. I can get away with two pins set at 20 and 40 yards and they are still very close together. It's a fine bow and I have no intention of getting rid of it BUT, I've pulled a Mathews set at 70 lbs. and it's like my Jennings set at 50 lbs.