Bear Archery Finesse RTH Compound Bow Package

   

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40-50 lbs.

Right Hand

Axle-To-Axle Length:
28-5/8"

Brace Height (in):
7"

Draw Length:
23"-28"

Weight:
3 lbs.

Product Color:
Realtree Max 1

Arrow Speed (fps):
285
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  • SKU: 2074723

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40-50 lbs.

Left Hand

Axle-To-Axle Length:
28-5/8"

Brace Height (in):
7"

Draw Length:
23"-28"

Weight:
3 lbs.

Product Color:
Realtree Max 1

Arrow Speed (fps):
285
  • $499.99

  • SKU: 2074724

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The Finesse Ready to Hunt Compound bow package from Bear® Archery offers an incredible value in a bow designed for ladies. An ultra-smooth draw cycle, easy-spinning single cam, and powerful Bear Flared Quad Limbs make it ideal for the ideal bow for lady hunters. Ready-To-Hunt Package Includes: Trophy Ridge Whisker Biscuit® Arrowrest, 4-pin sight, stabilizer, sling, peep sight; and nock loop.

  • RTH (Ready to Hunt) Package
  • Designed for lady shooters
  • Ultra-smooth draw cycle
  • Bear Contra-Band HP string
  • Flared Bear Quad limbs
  • Offset string suppressor
  • FH1 single cam
  • IBO Speed: 285 fps
  • Brace Height: 7"
  • Axle-to-Axle: 28-5/8"
  • Draw Length Range: 23–28"
  • 80% Let-Off
  • Weight: 3 lbs.
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I am ordering for a gift and would like to include them.
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You will not be able to know what kind of arrow to order until you know what poundage they will be using and their draw length. Get them a gift card for the arrows and send them to bass pro or a bow shop, so they can figure it out. The bow needs to be set up for their size, strength and draw. Once you have that, you choose the arrow to match.
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The size of the arrows is determined by the shooter and the set draw weight as opposed to the bow. We suggest using the charts available on the arrow pages to help determine size.
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