Strother SR-71 Compound Bow
The Strother SR-71 compound bow has been created to be as fast as possible. The name of the bow has been taken from the SR-71 Blackbird, one of the fastest aircraft ever built and the speed of the bow lives up to the name with an IBO rating of over 350 feet per second.
In order to achieve these impressive speeds the features of the bow also have to be impressive. This is where the combination of the modular hybrid cam system and PLT split limbs are placed into a powerful union. The hybrid cams ensure a smooth draw cycle and in this case they consist of two similarly shaped cams – an upper “Control” cam and a lower “Power” cam. They are kept synchronized to maximize efficiency and ensure impressive arrow speed and no cam lean.
The draw lengths of the bow range from 24-30 inches thanks to three sets of modules that give you a short, medium and long draw. Draw stops on the cam provide you with a solid back wall that can be fine-tuned.
As with all speed bows it is very important that there is an effective noise and vibration suppression capability built in. In the case of the SR-71 it is equipped with a set of No-Glov oscillation reducers on the string. A string suppressor is also mounted on the riser to kill vibration in its tracks. The parallel limbs are also very effective at working in opposition to one another to cancel out spent energy that reveals itself in the form of vibration.
The Strother SR-71 is an impressive bow all round with huge gobs of speed at the back of an aggressive draw cycle and smooth, shock-free release.
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Bow Features :
Modular Hybrid Cam System
PLT (Precision Limb Technology) Limbs
CNC Machined Reflex Geometry Riser
Two Piece Laminated Wood Grip
Strother SR-71 Bow Specs
Draw Weights : 50, 60, 65, 70, 80 lbs
Draw Lengths : 24-30"
Axle to Axle : 33-5/8"
Brace Height : 6-1/16"
Mass Weight : 4.2 lbs
Effective Let Off : 65-75%
IBO Speed : up to 353 fps
What they're saying in the forums about the Strother SR-71
The draw cycle is how I prefer a bow to draw as. The build up is in the 1st 16-18", then gradually lays off into the cycle, to finally an end. Never humping over at all. It simply lays into the wall, and that wall, well there is nothing more solid than it. Two draw stops, WOW, solid as can be. Now, do believe it is crazy smooth, but is a solid draw.
With the bow on the draw board you could see how steady and consistant the draw cycle was... That is something that I believe every archer needs and wants.
There is no nock travel that causes an arrow to fly erratic from my bow, and myself and friends standing back, have noticed no cam lean in my bow, just as Strother announces you won't in the owners manual.I really like the new Armortech-HD 5 pin sight, and the Q.A.D Ultra rest. This setup is a tack driver, and is so quiet and fun to shoot. I am very glad I went with the SR-71. I honestly would not know I was shooting a Speed bow, except for the arrows shooting so fast, with so much kinetic energy, and the fact that on several occasions
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