Puts nearly 90 pounds of kinetic energy into a target
337 fps with a 6-1/2" brace height
Carbon Rod String Stop virtually eliminates string vibration
Throttle Cam gives pure performance, with a rotating cam module
Set your draw length with no bowpress
80% let-off cam
Weight: 3.80 lbs.
4-pin Apex sight
Take all the things you think you know about single cam bows and chunk them out the window: the Fugitive tears it all down and reinvents it at 337 fps with a 6-1/2" brace height. And when you can put nearly 90 pounds of kinetic energy into a target, you know that no game is safe. The Carbon Rod String Stop virtually eliminates string vibration for much quieter shots, and the efficient Throttle Cam gives pure performance, with a rotating cam module that lets you set your draw length with no bowpress. 80% let-off cam. Axle-to-axle: 32". Weight: 3.80 lbs. Color: Mossy Oak® Treestand®.
R.A.K.™ (Ready, Aim, Kill) equipped package includes a 4-pin Apex sight, Hostage™ arrowrest, 5-arrow quiver, wrist sling, peep sight, and 5" stabilizer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bear58 Best Bow Yet
Arrived today, I took it out of the box and shot 6 arrows in 4 targets from 20 to 50 yards without a single adjustment. VERY quiet and Fast bow! I can't wait to see what it will do after some fine tuning....
September 17, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by deerhunter2012 well worth it
fast, quiet and easy to sight in. i received it quickly and was able to sight it in up to 40 yrds in about a dozen shots. love it so far!
September 3, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by john746 great bow
bought this bow a couple weeks ago at the bps in ashland va i was looking at the blackout the outlaw the fugitive and the deadeye and came down to the deadeye and the fugitive and ended up picking the fugitive so far im very impressed withthis bow right off the bat this bow was shooting 279fps without any tuning at 55 pounds on a twenty nine inch draw . now my review is on the bow not the accessories it comes withbecause none of it is of very goodquality i think but i can say the sight is pretty nice even though i didnt use it but i put my ultra rest on it with my hha 5010 model single pin sight and my old 11 inch stabilizer and it couldnt be better the sight is made to go to sixty five yards and i can now go past 80 yards with it and this bow is very smooth but the throtle cam gives it one of the best backwalls iv ever shot with no creep at all but i must say this in my mind is NOT the bow for a beginner because of its features which makes u need to have very good shooting form or your groups will be bad and u cant tork this bow much or the string could come off the wheel do to it having such a shallow valley in it but for a experienced shooter this bow is great and my average competition scores with my old bow was around 210 with this bow my scores have come up to the mid to high 230s out of three hundred so overall i couldnt br happier with this bow but like i said thid bow in my oppinion is not for beginners iv shot over two years and it took me over a week to get used to it but for me this bow is a five star couldnt be happier with it and couldnt thank the guys at bps enough
August 19, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Bishop4051 Great bow!
I love this bow! The only issue I had was the arrow rest. I took the bow to my local Bass Pro to have it paper tuned because it just didn't seem to be consistently accurate. I learned that the arrow were not sitting in the rest properly. They were loose. Swapped the rest out for a whisker bisket and it performs awesome! I was disappointed that I had to pay for the new rest however. Now I have a rest that I cannot use that I paid for with the purchase. Very disappointing!!!
July 16, 2012
Yes, my 14 year old son hunts with this bow. He uses 60lb pull for ease on draw. He can pull 70lbs back. So yea it would prob be fine for his age but it really depends on the strength but my son is very strong