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Bear Archery Outbreak RTH Compound Bow Packages

   

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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
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It’s impossible to classify the Bear® Archery 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. Brace Height: 7-1/4". Draw Weight: 15-70 lbs. Weight: 3.5 lbs. Color: Realtree APG™.

The RTH Package includes a 3-pin sight, Whisker Biscuit® arrowrest, quiver, stabilizer, peep sight, nock loop, and wrist sling.

  • 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.
  • Package includes 3-pin sight, Whisker Biscuit arrowrest, quiver, stabilizer, peep sight, nock loop, and wrist sling
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by excellent product I am new to the archery world. bought this bow at bps in sav ga, salesman was awesome. he set the bow up for me got me zeroed in and off I went to the local archery range. on my third shot I split an arrow at 30yds. All my groups are less than 1.5'' out to 50 yards. 2 trips later I had her sighted in I shot a 200lb hog with complete pass through at 45yds awesome product love it. I think my days of rifle hunting are over. Also at range there are guys with very high end bows that get mad at me because I only been bow hunting 2 weeks and my bow is a fraction of the cost of theres and my bow is way more accurate. January 9, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Little Tweeking, Great Bow Purchased this about 1 1/2 years ago, had a local bow shop do the initial set-up, found it to be noisy at first, addition of a few limb saver products and it settled right down, not silent but nothing is. 29 inch draw length at 60 lb draw weight set, good out to 50 yards in coffee cup size groups when I'm feeling it, dinner plate size when I'm wavering. Good bow for the price, I'd probably step up a few bucks on the next bow now that I have worked out the kinks and gone thru the learning curve on doing my own serving, d-loops etc but fully expect to be hunting with this bow for several years. Have used this bow in temperatures from spring turkey to mid winter deer, Bear makes solid products. January 3, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good Bow for the Price Bought this bow on 11/22/13 and arrows on 11/30/13. This is a good purchase for the price. The guys helped me adjust the draw length and the arrows. They also helped me adjust the site so I could shoot good. I'm still having trouble at 30yards, but practice makes perfect. I gave this bow a 4 start because the grip is plastic, and only glued on. It was already coming off before I purchased the bow. The only thing they did was add more glue to it, but it still comes off. Quality of that piece was cheap, and possibily overlooked. But overall, it's a good bow especially with the 50lbs of adjustment. I adjusted it down to 45lbs for me, and it's pretty good so far. First compound bow I've owned. December 2, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Bow!!! I have only owned this bow for a week now but what can I say about it so far is WOW! I haven't shot a compound bow since the 80's and honestly I wasn't very good back then. Maybe technology got better or this bow is that good cause once I got set up I got it home and fired six or so arrows in a 3" group at a measured 36ft. That might not seem to impressive to some of you seasoned archery pro's but that was my first bow shot in 25 years! The groups are getting tighter as well with little adjustment to the bow itself. Just some small sight adjustment and it could be due to the close range shooting. Bow is quiet as well and good looking. Really get allot for your $ I believe and it's hard to go wrong with Bear brand bows. I would buy this without any reserve at all! Plus this bow is so adjustable without a bench that my 14 year old daughter can shoot it. October 8, 2013
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Is this available in lefty?

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Yes it is I have one
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yes you can get one in RH or LH setup.
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I see that AMS has a bowfishing reel attachment, does it work with this one?

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most bows can be setup for fishing. If you remove the stabilizer and have that type attachment for the fishing reel setup then yes you can.
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from what I know about bow fishing you are using a heavier arrow and a bow like this has to much let off which will cause damage to the bow when it is used a lot for bow fishing
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Yes it has an infinite setting that is perfect for bowfishing. you have to buy a bowfishing setup and this bow will work great.
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Any bow that has a stabilizer mount can work for bowfishing.
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Yes this bow can be used for bowfishing.
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i have had shoulder surgery that has considerably decreased the my draw length, the adjustment of this bow very much intrigues me but whats the effect on the draw weight for a shorter draw length?
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As with all bows yes it goes down but not a lot for example at 28 inches and maxed out limbs you get 70 pounds pull. At 30 inches that pull increases to somewhere between 72 and 76 pounds. So if you went with say 26 unch draw you might lose 2 or three pounds. Make sense?
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it has a three seting system going from 13 to 30 inches and 5- 70 pound weight. very easy to set up and has adjustments from min of 13 in draw length and 27(max at 13 in) pounds draw weight up to a 30 in drawlenght and 70 pound weight.
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There is a ratio to length vs weight, I've set mine for 29 inch at 60 lbs, but I bought this because I have a bad shoulder and wanted the flexibility of turning down if needed, what I found is it is so smooth drawing once you get your muscles a little used to this you realize you can turn up the weight. I started at 48 lbs and tweeked up to 60 at this point, enough horse power for me but really a comfortable bow. Hope this helps, any more questions let me know.
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I just got out of the military and had sholder surgery too. I bought the bow and dialed the poundage down to where it was easy to practice with and slowly built the poundage up each week until I was confortable at 60 pounds with no issue.
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even at 25" draw length the max draw weight is still 75#
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like is it 32 inches or what
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30 inches
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well my actual draw length is 31'' and the draw length this bow has is 30.5'' which isn't enough to make a difference for me. but if you are interested in this bow and your draw length is 32'' then I would recommend making the loop 1.5'' longer
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max is 30 inch length. has a little more in bow fishing setup around an inch.
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30"
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30" draw length is the max and is common for most bows.
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The draw length is 16"-30".

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On the description... it says up too 30"
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