Diamond Black Ice Hunting Bows
Diamond Archery which many of you know is a subsidiary of BowTech late last year began producing their Black Ice Hunting Bows. This is a high performance bow from end to end. Diamond built this bow after gathering input from some of the country’s best bow hunters. The results is a bow that provides the performance and accuracy you need in any bow hunting situation.
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Diamond’s new 4 inch pinnacle cam features modules redesigned to prevent over rotating. The longer modules allow the hunter to adjust the draw post and valley according to how he or she likes their hunting bows setup.
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Incorporated into this bow’s design is a new shelf trough and thumb groove below which reduces the distance between the shooter’s hand and the arrow rest holes. The trough on these hunting bows allows the hunter’s hands to be closer to the arrow which reduces vertical torque and provides added stability. There’s also a new two-piece grip to added comfort. Optional on the Diamond Black Ice hunting bows is a single piece contoured grip.
Featured on these bows is Mossy Oak Break Up, however on the target version of these bows you’ll get an anodized in black and red version.
Diamond Black Ice Hunting bows offer a 1 and one half inch brace height combined with a 31 and three quarters axle to axle length. Draw lengths are from 23 to 30 inches. Draw weights for these bows are 50,60, and 70 pounds. The IBO rating is 317 feet per second.
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These hunting bows have a m.s.r.p. of $699. If you’re looking for a complete package then look for Diamond’s Timberline Accessory Package which includes the already test fired hunting bow, a 5-pin fiber optic sights, a capture arrow rest, a four arrow quiver, a peep sight and 4” stabilizer. The package adds another All of this gear comes as part of the package and brings the suggested retail price to $829.00 making it one of the great values in hunting bows.
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