NEW Diamond Archery Outlaw R.A.K.™ Compound Bow Packages
- Throttle Tech cam adjusts between 26-1/2" and 30-1/2" without a bow press
- Prestretched strings
- Carbon Rod String Stop arrests rogue vibration to prevent noise
- 80% cam let-off
- Axle-to-axle: 32''
- IBO Speed: 330 fps
- Weight: 3.8 lbs.
- 4-pin sight
- Hostage™ arrowrest
- 5-arrow quiver
- Wrist sling
- Peep sight
- 5" stabilizer
R.A.K. equipped package includes a 4-pin sight, Hostage arrowrest, 5-arrow quiver, wrist sling, peep sight, and 5" stabilizer.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 32 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by AKICEMAN2013 a must have I am fairly new to bow hunting , started with a martin , absolutely nothing wrong with a starter bow like a martin, then I have read nothing but great reviews about the diamond outlaw , very smooth and powerful. I can't wait to take down my first brown bear in alaska , this bow definitely gives you the confidence to do just that. March 22, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Src4usarmy Excellent Last bow I bought was a Matthews 18 years ago. It's been a good bow but a struggle to keep shooting well. I've had this one for a little while now and it's awesome to shoot. As long as you have good form this bow will serve you well. I don't really have any complaints about the bow but I did change the rest to a good drop away and switched sights to something a little easier to adjust and something brighter. My shooting has improved quite a bit since I got this bow. February 10, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by TravisET31m Lighting fast and accurate! I purchased this bow package 11/2011 from Bass Pro and love it! I have mine set at 72lbs (maxed out) and it shoots arrows at about 335 per second making it faster than most cross bows! It's very light at just under 4 lbs and deadly accurate. A skilled shooter can easily take deer or other big game animals at 50 yards with this bow setup, but remember to only take ethical shots within your limitations as we owe this to the animals we hunt. I have also experienced complete pass through using 2 inch 2 blade 100 grain Rage broadheads on every deer I have shot. December 30, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by jjg725 Diamond Outlaw I only have 1 issue with the Outlaw... The rest has a scale on it, however the sight does not. When you're trying to zero in the sight it's trial and error at best, when it comes to adjusting the sight. A scale would make it much easier... I'm shooting high and to the right for example... lets move 2 notches up and 2 right... bullseye November 21, 2012
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Lives in Africa and has no access to an Archery shop.
Plans to hunt mostly warthogs
A:Have had mine for two seasons. Love it. Fast light and deadly accurate. Have not had any problems with string whatsoever. Did take some shooting for the peep to settle into permanent position, but now it draws to alignment with my eye every time. If you have not access to a shop for strings, I would suggest a bow press and extra strings, but would suggest that with any bow. You never know what can happen. One accidental touch with a broadhead and a string is toast.
A:If you are able, Id stick with a compound. I see no real advantage in a crossbow over a compound at all.( Its not really like hunting with a rifle as some believe) And a crossbow is so much more bulky and unwieldy in a tree stand. As far as the Outlaw, GREAT BOW.! Mine is blazing fast, deadly accurate and feather light.
A:I'm just starting also. I recommend a compound bow because it requires more skill and has a greater satisfaction. A crowssbow is a mixture of a bow and gun.
A:Check your local laws on Crossbows. I live in RI and they are illegal here unless you have a documented disability.
The cross bow has much more range than the compound bow. Much better for long range hunting
A:i to have just started archery hunting, i bought a diamond outlaw and am VERY pleased. out of the box i was shooting very tight groups. even after adjusting my pull back weight i was back in tight groups after about 10 shots
A:it all depends on your pull back weight and draw length. most arrow websites have a chart to let you know. i have a pull back of 65lbs and a 29in draw. i use 350
A:Whatever you feel comfortable pulling. Most bows perform best at thier maximum capacity.
A:I don't know about in the states, but in Canada the minimum pound required by law is 45lbs. I have the 60lb outlaw but have lowered it to 51lbs as i'm still getting used to it. I'm still legal.
A:Yep, no problem. Deer, elk, bear, hogs, it'll slay em all.
A:Absolutely, this bow shots very hard and very quiet
A:With the RAK package, it does have the peep sight.
A:it can def take a deer down without a doubt!!! i just had my pull back adjusted to 65lbs and used a broadhead on a 3d deer. my arrow actually went all the way thru the target and ended up about another 15-20yds past it.
A:Not only can this Bow take down a deer but a bear, elk, or whatever else you decide to hunt on the North American continent.
A:Even if you purchase the 60# bow you would still be able to take down en Elk let alone a deer!
A:Absolutely, I dropped my first bow buck with a Diamond Outlaw 65lb draw weight with 30" draw lenght and Rage 2 broadhead. The deer did not make it more than about 40 yards because it was a double lung shot. The arrow was right behind where the deer was standing buried about 3 inches deep in the ground and dripping bright red.
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A:This could be a long answer, but plain and simple; yes with ease if the shot placement is right. Long answer, if you shot this bow with a 50lb draw weight, 26in draw lenght and 325 grain arrow, your arrow woudl travel at 252 fps and produce 46 ft/lbs of kinetic energy, plenty to kill a deer. I shoot 65lb draw weight, 30in draw length, and 405 grain arrow. This equates to 298fps and 80 ft/lbs of kinetic energy, enough to kill a Cape Buffalo or a Grizzly.
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