PSE X-Force Omen Compound Bow
The PSE X-Force Omen compound bow was a new release for 2009 and boasted a top speed of 366 fps making it one of the fastest bows available. It is said to be PSE's response to the Mathews Monster that had also just been released. The bow has gone through a few refinements over the following couple of years to not only improve the consistency of the bow but to also make it more durable.
PSE's X-Force use X Tech limbs which are individually stressed to allow the limbs to flex to a greater extent. The X Tech limbs are extremely light and have less movement in the draw than conventional limbs.
Although it is part of the X-Force line of bows, it also has some significant changes such as the fact that it is an extremely narrow bow. The Dual Cam system has been stripped down to bare bones and are made of high tensile strength aluminum to support the strings. The cams have had everything taken off them to reduce the weight of the bow even more.
Because the cams have been stripped down the bow is a single draw length, dependent on the cams. In other words this bow is not adjustable without replacing the cams.
In 2011 the X-Force Omen was upgraded to the X-Force Omen Pro with a new Planar Flex Riser design and revolutionary new Centerlock Pocket system to increase the bow's consistency and accuracy.
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Bow Features :
UF Cam System
Biomechanically Ergonomic Slim Throat (B.E.S.T) Grip;
Pivoting HyperSplit limb pockets;
America's Best Premium Bowstrings
Draw Weights : 60, 70 lbs
Draw Lengths : N/A
Axle to Axle : 33-1/2″
Brace Height : 5-1/2″
Mass Weight : 4.2 lbs
Effective Let Off : 80%
IBO Speed : 358-366 fps
What they're saying in the forums about the PSE X-Force Omen compound bow.
With cams that huge I am surprised they don't lose speed with all that mass to accelerate and decelerate. I don't know, but I just can't get past the look of the X-force's. I just don't like them. But man they are putting up some huge speed numbers.
I shot the Omen yesterday at the ATA show and hee is my OPINION the only omen they had at the time was a 30''er 1'' too long and this is what I thought, the bow pulled smooth through half of the draw and REALLY LOADED UP hard! When it got to the peak it falls too fast over the valley for me there is not enough time to slow down when pulling so hard so when you reach the valley it slams over and makes you double pump when it getts to full draw.
Took a long hard look at the Omen today.. 5 1/2 bh had me bothered for awhile. Decided to go shoot it for a bit, and all I can say is this bow is WICKED SICK!And that is a good thing ! Draw cycle is great ( I shoot the x force, so I don't mind the draw) , the cams are oversized. They look like a cross between the HF and the GX cams. They are draw length specific bows. As of right now, the bow is only available in 28,29,30.. There was not an issue with wrist slap at all!
I shot this bow yesterday. I'm a little over 29" draw. All they had were 30" bows. I've been shooting binaries for a little over a year now, so I'm used to a little load up during the draw cycle. This was the most awful drawing bow I've ever drawn. The last 2 or 3 inches of the draw cycle are terrible. I thought I'd hit the back wall without any letoff it loaded up so much. It took a real effort to break it over and when it did, it dumped into the valley hard.
The after shot wasn't all that terrible, but the draw is ridiculous.
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