Pearson Advantage Compound Bow

The Pearson Advantage compound bow is a target bow that has been a valued part of many a shooter’s armoury thanks to the balance, strength and accuracy that it supplies. The bow features Legend cams that provide it with significant power with a solid wall at the end of the draw. The bottom line for this bow is that it has been set up to perform strongly in competition conditions.

A rock solid base can be achieved thanks to the AccuGrip, a small grip that boast the ability to keep the bow torque free. This grip has been placed on the FlowThru Riser with Barnsdale Limbs and Limbsavers to complete the combination of features that will help keep everything steady and aligned.

The important factor that is impressing a lot of people about this bow is how easily it sits in the hand. A key to good shooting is the feeling of comfort and balance when drawing the bow and the Advantage has been designed to ensure the bow is very easy on the hand.

The bow is available in a range of colors including blue, pink, red, Mossy Oak Blaze, black with black limbs or black with mossy oak limbs.

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Pearson Advantage sliding handle compound bow 30 draw length 70 pounds
Pearson Advantage sliding handle compound bow 30 draw length 70 pounds
Time Remaining: 14d 8h 30m
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Bow Features :

Legend Cam System
Barnsdale Limbs
CNC Machined FlowThru Riser
Slim AccuGrip Grip

Pearson Advantage Bow Specs

Draw Weights : 40, 50, 60, 70 lbs
Draw Lengths : 27-31.5"
Axle to Axle : 37-1/2"
Brace Height : 7-5/8"
Mass Weight : 4.1 lbs
Effective Let Off : n/a
IBO Speed : up to 316+ fps

What they're saying in the forums about the Pearson Advantage

The first thing that grabbed me was the grip, slim and perfectly formed for my hands, the angle was right and I didn't have to fight to find the 'correct grip'. I've always struggled with Mathews grips, both the wooden ones and the inline ones and have resorted to adding shrewd grips to my Mathews bows.

The second thing that struck me about the Advantage was how it just sat there, solid at full draw, no tip forward or back or drift to one side. With my Mathews C4, Apex and Apex 7 I always seemed to have to fight to keep it solid and upright even to the point of adding a harmonic stab in the lower riser hole and completely removing the upper one. The Advantage just sat there.


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