Diamond Infinite Edge Compound Bow Package

   

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5-70 lbs.

Right Hand

Axle-To-Axle Length:
31"

Brace Height (in):
7"

Draw Length:
13"-30"

Weight:
3.1 lbs.

Product Color:
Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinty

Arrow Speed (fps):
310
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5-70 lbs.

Left Hand

Axle-To-Axle Length:
31"

Brace Height (in):
7"

Draw Length:
13"-30"

Weight:
3.2 lbs.

Product Color:
Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinty

Arrow Speed (fps):
310
  • $349.99

  • SKU: 1963364

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With a jaw dropping draw length and draw weight range, the Infinite Edge Compound Bow Package from Diamond gives you maximum adjustability and unlimited value. A great bow for younger hunters, the Infinite Edge offers incredible adjustability to match an archer’s development. Offering a versatility that makes it a great bow for well rounded archers as well, this high performance bow features an incredible draw length range of 13''- 30'' and draw weight adjustment from 5 - 70 lbs.! The Infinite Edge also offers an infinite draw setting that works great for training programs, beginners, bowfishers, and more. Not to be confused with a lightweight beginner bow, this high performance bow launches arrows at speeds up to 310 fps with 74.7 foot-pounds of kinetic energy at impact. Measuring 31'' from one axle to the other, this bow gives you an effective letoff of 75% so you can easily hold at full draw when you need to. Lightweight 3.1 lbs. Color: Mossy Oak® Breakup Infinity®.

  • Versatile bow
  • Infinite draw setting
  • Great bow for young hunters intent on developing their skills - grows with the hunter
  • 310 fps and 74.7 ft-lbs of kinetic energy
  • Draw length adjusts from 13''-30''
  • Draw weight increases from 5 lbs. up to 70 lbs.
  • 75% effective letoff
  • 31'' axle to axle
  • Lightweight - 3.1 lbs.
  • Comes with 3-pin sight, arrow rest, quiver, peep, and string loop


The Infinite Edge package comes with: 3-Pin Apex Sight, Hostage XL Arrow Rest, Octane DeadLock Lite Quiver, tube peep sight and a BCY String Loop.

Diamond Infinite Edge Compound Bow Package 4.7 5 37 37
Great For Beginners Bought this as my first bow and it has been a fairly good bow. Great for the first time bow hunter. Had to replace the rest and sight with something better (You get what you pay for) but that was just me. Didn't take long for me to progress and see the difference between a matthew's and this but this is still a great bow for just starting out. November 17, 2014
amazing bow!!!!!!! I bought this bow yesterday at Bass Pro Shop in little rock,Arkansas. Rusty was my salesman and he was awesome. I had read the reviews on it about the sights so I upgraded them to bone collector tundra 4 pin sights.I sighted it in at 20 yArds there and the next morning thought I was gonna have to set up my other pins and didn't I walked out to 30 and was on and at 40 was dead on and then 50 and was slamming bulls eye.... the penitration is amazing at 50 even with field tips... was very pleased with service and purchase... would recommend this bow to anyone young or old!!!"! November 3, 2014
Great Bow!! I purchased 2 of these for my 11 yr old boys (1 left 1 right) almost 2 years ago. Great bow !! easy to use easy to adjust as they grow, great first and intermediate bow. Purchasing a 3rd for my 9 yr old daughter. best part is take it in to Bass Pro Shop and they will set it up for the user. IE peep sight and confirming the poundage on each arm is balanced September 18, 2014
Bad!!!!!!!!!!!! I got this bow about 1 week ago. I through that i was getting a good deal because it was cheep. But i shot it about 3 times and then the string started to rip and come undone. I was extremely mad. I would not recommend anyone to buy this bow. If you do buy a bow put money in and get a better one. August 15, 2014
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Some bows that have large draw adjustments need a separate set of limbs to get the bow to it's highest settings... does this bow need new limbs or can it get 5-70 on one set of limbs?
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Same limbs. Bow draw length is adjusted by moving the module on the cam. Poundage is adjusted by tightening or loosening limb bolt screws.
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You will not need to purchase a separate set of limbs to adjust this bows weight from 5 - 70 lbs.
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What would be the recommended age range for this bow? Would it be a good purchase for an adult male who is a beginner?
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Excellent choice for an adult beginner. Must warn you, once they start, they will be hooked.
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Wouldn't call it an age range but rather skill level. Youngest I would go is 13 but yes its a great bow for an adult beginner.
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Yes it would be just remember three things. Practice. Upgrade the sights. And have fun. This bow will be the only bow anyone ever needs man woman or child. It has so many ranges of draw weight and length that it is great for anyone
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9 and up
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Almost any age could use this bow. The adjustability is amazing. I bought this as my starter bow (30 years old) and upgraded recently. My cousin (27 years old) is now using it as his starter bow.

I think its a great starter. Once the archer knows exactly what they want this bow could do it, or they can upgrade and sell this bow to anyone.
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i would not recommend you to buy this bow at all! I got this bow about 1 week ago and I shot it about 3 time and the string started to rip and come off. So i think that you should not buy this bow at all.
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For sure. And it will be able to keep up with him as he gets better. Might be the only bow he will need if he takes care of it.
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With the wide range of adjustability my 9 year old can shoot it. My next bow will be this bow. Great value for a beginner or seasoned archer.
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Pre-teen for the youngest, it is a great bow for any beginner any age.
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I do not believe there is a difference between the 2013 and 2014.
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Hi, thank you for your inquiry. The current model we have listed online was listed in our 2013 Catalog. Therefore, I would say this is a 2013 model but we cannot guarantee by the model number. Per the manufacturer, there is no difference in the 2 years.
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You cannot adjust windage. To adjust sights, you loosen the screw for each pin. But, good luck, the sight is bad, so once you start doing that, it won't ever be as good as you want. I would buy anything better to be accurate.
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The sights can be adjusted for elevation (uo and down) but they cannot be adjusted for windage (left to right)
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On the side you loosen with an alan wrench then adjust and tighten.
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there is a spot on the side of the site where u need an allen wrench to adjust.
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a small allen wrench
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These package bows do not have instructions for their OEM Sights. However, here are instructions for an Apex Atomic 3 Pin Bow sight, which operates in a very similar manner.

Elevation Adjustment (Up/Down)
1. Loosen the “elevation lock” and rotate the bracket to position the aperture up/down.
2. Always retighten the “elevation lock” prior to shooting (do not over tighten).
Warning: Always make sure the aperture does NOT obstruct the path of the arrow. This could cause serious injury.
Windage Adjustment (Left/Right)
1. Loosen the “windage lock” and move the aperture left/right. Be sure the aperture is perpendicular to the sight line.
2. Always retighten the “windage lock” prior to shooting (do not over tighten).
Pin Adjustment
1. Be sure to complete elevation and windage adjustments before adjusting pins.
2. Loosen the “pin lock,” and move the pin to the desired location.
3. Always retighten the “pin lock” prior to shooting (do not over tighten.)
Left/Right-Hand Adjustment
1. The sight can be used by left-hand shooters without modification.

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I got the Plano Ultra-Compact Bow Case, it fits perfect and takes little space.
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Any standard sized bow case would do.
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Primo soft case is what I have
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i use a Plano Protector PillarLock Compact Bow Case. it is inexpensive and works great.
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BassPro in Springfield Mo had the simple Plano case for $29.95. Fits well, and has the straps and such to hold it still.
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redhead 1.5 case
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im getting this bow its only my second bow so im still pretty much a beginner and i was wonder what brand and arrow of that brand what size and everything im gonna have the draw weight at 50 lbs. i was thinking easton bloodlines at 400 would that be good ?
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My answer would be go to bass pro they can match your bow to arrows of many price ranges
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Personally I use Dangerous Game FMJ 300 spine arrows myself. I love the Easton FMJ line.
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The general rule of thumb is to shoot 5-6 grains per pound. So if you are pulling 50 pounds you should stick to an arrow between 250-280 grains. After you shoot more and get stronger you can get heavier arrows. If you buy arrows that are too heavy for your bow the arrows aren't going to preform as well. I would personally recommend Carbon Express 250 shafts. But that is my personal opinion.
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depends you would use 24inch arrows at 23inch draw length I would think your between 25 and 30 inches you would use about 28 inch arrows
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Any good carbon fiber arrows. I would suggest that your arrows are 4 inches longer than your draw length.
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I shoot carbon express and there amazin.
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i use easton game getters. i have the bow torqued out though, so i get great speed even with the aluminium arrows. easton makes good products you really can't go wrong.
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I like my Gold Tip Expedition Hunter's 3555's they are very strong reliable light arrows.
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I shoot 340's redhead max. I'm sure 400's work fine too.
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