Bow Hunting - The New Reflex Grizzly™ in Realtree Hardwoods Green® HD™ -- Tough, Rugged, Reliable
Salt Lake City, Utah -- If you’re looking for a bow that’s packed with performance and is as tough and as rugged as you are, look no further than the Reflex Grizzly™ in Realtree Hardwoods Green® HD™. The Grizzly incorporates the innovative truss riser design that is proven to increase strength and stability. This design also dramatically reduces vibration and shot noise, giving the whisper-quiet shot necessary for hunting situations.
The Grizzly also utilizes Reflex Split Limb Technology providing for unmatched limb strength and durability so you won’t have to worry about limb performance in the field under harsh hunting conditions. And at 37 ½ inches axle-to-axle with a 7 ¼-inch brace height, the Grizzly provides the incredible accuracy Reflex shooters have come to expect.
Topping off these dependable characteristics is the proven Cam & ½ Performance System®. This system pushes arrow velocity of the Grizzly to 305 feet-per-second, while still delivering an extremely quiet and forgiving shot. The low maintenance and smooth draw of the sealed ball bearings assures the bowhunter of no creaks or squeaks during the moment of truth. The Cam & ½ Performance System delivers the features that every intense bowhunter demands.
No matter what hunting conditions you find yourself in, whether it be in scorching heat or in frigid cold, a brutal spot-and-stalk situation or hunting from a tree stand, the Reflex Grizzly is the bow that you can count on to make the journey with you.
Axle to axle: 37 ½”
Brace height: 7 ¼”
Draw weight: 40-70#
Draw length: 25-30”
Speed: 305 fps
Color: Realtree Hardwoods Green HD® camouflage
To learn more about the Grizzly, visit a Reflex dealer near you, or visit the Web site www.reflexbow.com
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