Pearson Spoiler Compound Bow
The Pearson Spoiler compound bow is an icon that has been part of the rich history of compound bows for a couple of decades. Talk to any bow hunter who has been around for a long time and it is more than likely they will have owned a Pearson Spoiler at some stage in their career. The bow has been released and re-released in numerous different configurations over the years but in general the over-riding factor that keeps coming up is that it is a powerful hunting bow that is completely reliable for its accuracy.
When you compare the older Spoilers with compound bows that are being sold today, equipped with all of the latest innovations and gadgetry you can be forgiven for wondering why companies have bothered. The Spoiler was a smooth and quiet hunting bow when it was first released and is still recording great results today.
Browse through the selection of Pearson Spoiler compound bows listed for sale below. The specs that have been quoted is for one of the many different releases that have been made over the years. To get the specs on the bow that interests you, select the listing to be taken to further information.
Buy A Pearson Spoiler Compound Bow
BEN PEARSON SPOILER compound bow hunting gear
Time Remaining: 29d 3h 13m
Buy It Now for only: $59.99
Bow Features :
Z-5 Cam System
Pearson Spoiler Bow Specs
Draw Weights : 55 - 70 lbs
Draw Lengths : 23-29"
Axle to Axle : 30"
Brace Height : 7"
Mass Weight : 3.5 lbs
Effective Let Off : 85%
IBO Speed : 305 fps
What they're saying in the forums about the Pearson Spoiler
I had a 2004 Pearson Spoiler and it was a fine bow. It was very quiet, forgiving and gave me pretty good arrow speeds. Sometimes I wish I had kept it. Pearson makes very solid bows. You won't be disappointed.
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