Bear® Archery Outbreak Compound Bows (Bow Only)

   

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15-70 lbs.

Right Hand

Axle-To-Axle Length:
29-1/4"

Brace Height (in):
7-1/4"

Draw Length:
16"-30"

Weight:
3.5 lbs.

Product Color:
RealTree APG

Arrow Speed (fps):
308

15-70 lbs.

Left Hand

Axle-To-Axle Length:
29-1/4"

Brace Height (in):
7-1/4"

Draw Length:
16"-30"

Weight:
3.5 lbs.

Product Color:
RealTree APG

Arrow Speed (fps):
308
  • Can be both a high-powered hog-sticking machine or a backyard target bow for your teenager
  • A full 55 lbs. of adjustment
  • Huge draw length range of 16"-30"
  • Max Pre-Load quad limbs
  • Efficient Dual Cam System
  • Easily adjusted without the use of modules or a bowpress
  • 80% let-off single cam
  • Axle-to-Axle: 29-1/4"
  • IBO speed: 308 fps
  • Brace Height: 7-1/4"
  • Weight: 3.5 lbs.
It’s impossible to classify the Outbreak: it can be both a 70 lb., 30" draw, high-powered hog-sticking machine or a 25 lb., 22" draw, backyard target bow for your teenaged daughter. That’s right—it features a full 55 lbs. of adjustment and a huge draw length range of 16"-30", making this bow ideal for everyone from a youngster just starting out in the archery world to an experienced back-country elk hunter. The Max Pre-Load quad limbs deliver pure arrow-driving force, and the efficient Dual Cam System is smooth to draw and transfers all available energy to the arrow. It’s easily adjusted without the use of modules or a bowpress. 80% let-off single cam. Axle-to-Axle: 29-1/4". IBO speed: 308 fps. Draw Weight: 15-70 lbs. Brace Height: 7-1/4". Weight: 3.5 lbs.
Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by An amazing investment I have had my bear outbreak for a month now. Before that I was shooting a pse and a mathews both great bows. However my bear is lighter, faster, and I personally think a better bow. Currently shooting it at 60lbs. At 30in. And its just a dream... April 23, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by This is a great bow This is a great bow, I have traditional and older compounds and because of this bow, I'm a compound shooter, now. I own 16 bows and this is my favorite. Heres why, it's smooth, the draw is smooth and releases clean. It is extreamly adjustable, so if I ever had to sell it. No problem, it fits everyone. The string stablizer is right at my holding hand level and act as a brace and slap guard. It light, easy to carry. Has 70 pound pull, more than enough for most people. I have had no problems with this bow, it is what I use for field achery and it handle th80 yard target great. I recommend this especially for starting out, becuse of the adjustability, as you grow th bow can be adjusted to your abilities. August 6, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Not worth the trouble Bought this bow and took it home only to find that the parts were low quality. The pullies lean every time I pull it because they don't have proper bearings. July 18, 2012
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I am new to compound bows, but this looked very flexible. I do not know what additional items I need for this type of a bow given that the bow is 'bow only'. What am I missing? Thank-you
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Drop away rest, peep, nock point, stabilizier, silencers.
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you'll need a sight, make it easy on yourself and invest in a micro adjustable, about $85. you'll need a release, around $20 cheap one is OK to start. Arm guard, i don't use one with this bow and have only hit my arm once. get one just in case, $10. An arrow rest, I just bought a revolution and I am liking it, $45. Arrows, get carbon and a dozen if you can. you can get a under $40 sight but adjusting is a real pain. I have two that I will never use again, waste of money.
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Just bought one from the same situation. You're going to need a release, arrows, arrow tips, bow wax and a target (if you don't have somewhere to shoot already). I'd highly recommend going one more level up on your bow as well. This one is pretty flimsy.
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