PSE Fire Flite Compound Bow
The PSE Fire Flite compound bow was released by the company under a number of different configurations. The bow was always a high performance one that provided a combination of solid speed and a great deal of accuracy. The Fire Flite was one of the earliest performance bows produced by PSE. Listed below is some information that I have been able to put together about the various releases over the years.
The cam systems that were used on the Fire Flites have changed from one year to the next and they have been listed below.
1999 – Lightning Cam
1997 – Fire Flite Maxis Cam and Synergy III Cam
1992 - 1995 – Synergy III and Vector III Cam
1991 – Vector Cam, Vector 2 Cam and Fast Cam
If you are looking for a specific model of PSE Fire Flite compound bow you might be able to find it among those that are listed below for sale.
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PSE Fire Flite 33 Compound Bow LH 30 70
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In 1991 the Fire Flite was released with Vector cams, the Fire Flite 3D was released with Vector 2 cams and the Fire Flite Express was released with the Fast Cam. All three models had an axle to axle length of 41 inches. This was followed up in 1992 when the Fire Flite and the Fire Flite Express were both released with Vector III cams and Synergy III cams respectively. These set ups remained in place for a number of years with successive bows providing hunters and competition shooters with the same reliability on the tried and tested cam systems.
In 1997 the Fire Flite was released again in two new versions: the Fire Flite Maxis and the Fire Flite Synergy III. The Maxis retained the longer 41 inch frame while the Synergy III was shorted to a 38 inch axle to axle length. The Fire Flite was released again in 1999 as the Fire Flite LC and was powered by the Lightning Cam on an axle to axle length of 39 inches.
For more details about the manufacturer and the other types of compound bows produced over the years visit the PSE Archery page.