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PSE Archery Stinger 3G RTS Compound Bow Packages

   

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40-60 Lbs

Right Hand

Axle-To-Axle Length:
33"

Brace Height (in):
7-3/4"

Draw Length:
25.5"-30.5"

Weight:
4.7 lbs

Product Color:
Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinty

Arrow Speed (fps):
314
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The completely updated PSE® Archery Stinger has speed, accuracy, and shootability, at a great price! Machined-aluminum riser; Vibracheck® rubber grip. Parallel limb design reduces hand shock and virtually eliminates noise. HP Single Cam with Posi-Lock inner cam allows draw length adjustments without a press. 75% let-off. Axle-to-Axle: 33". IBO Speed: 314 fps. Brace Height: 7-3/4". Weight: 4.7 lbs.

RTS package includes factory-installed sight, arrowrest, 6-arrow one-piece quiver, stabilizer, peep, nock, and sling.

  • Machined-aluminum riser
  • Vibracheck rubber grip
  • Parallel limb design
  • HP Single Cam with Posi-Lock inner cam
  • 75% let-off
  • Axle-to-Axle: 33"
  • IBO Speed: 314 fps
  • Brace Height: 7-3/4"
  • Weight: 4.7 lbs.
  • RTS Package is shipped fully installed and tuned
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 66 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by onemorebow ready to shot out of the box, a little fine tuneing, but not much. a little heavy when you practice a lot, but helps hold on target. September 30, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by nice little bow If you are on a budget, this bow is for you, made one small ajustment to arrow rest and was shooting great,,,bought a dozen cheap arrows[45.00] and I am having a blast, might have to retire the old bow and hunt with the stinger,not sure I would deal with bass pro again but love the bow September 27, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Bow!!! After never shooting a compound bow before, I really wanted to try it out with hunting. I purchased this package and I could not be happier. The sights are true and my first shot group was less than in inch from the center and very tight. Most of your adjustments can be made without a bow press. It is very user friendly and durable from what I can tell. Two days after getting the bow I went hog hunting and couldn't be happier!!! Landed my first hog with a bow! I think I am addicted. A Must buy for anyone looking for a great priced & reliable bow! September 15, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by PERFECT I ordered this bow from Canada and it got here in less than a week . I watched a few pse how to videos to set my draw length and tune my bow (approx. 2 hours ). This bow is far beyond my expectations and I would recommend it to anyone that wants to get into archery. Thanks Bass Pro and P.S.E. September 4, 2014
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set my 70lb at 64 and it is plenty fast
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We averaged 314fps at a 60# draw using 29" carbon fiber arrows with 100gr field tips. It's fast.
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The lower the draw weight, the lower your ultimate arrow speed and power is going to be. That being said; the difference is so minor that if you place the shot on target you will never know the difference. Whatever speed you lose from the draw weight can generally be made up by arrows, heads, fletchings, ect.
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The simple answer is that PSE or any other maker lists a minimum arrow weight per pound of pull to prevent damage to the bow. My PSE stated 5 grains of arrow weight per pound of pull.ie: 60 lbs X 5 grains = 300 grains min arrow weight. I choose to err on the safe side, mine weigh 371 grains. This may not be as fast as rated but will help ensure the durability of the bow.
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i have some where around 420-430 bucks to spend and i've heard that in the RTS package some of the accessories are low quality like the sight and whisker biscuit, should i buy the RTS or go with my own parts i dont know if the extra 120 bucks i save will be enough to ge teverything i need.
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I'd go with the package but, make sure to ask which string is on it. If it's not a high quality string it will ravel and come apart on you. I love my PSE 3G stinger. String that came on it was cheap. So, I got Vapor Trail higher quality replacement string put on, it's Compatible to the winners choice level. I had no issues with the sight. It adjusts well and accurate. Whisker biscuit performs good also. you can purchase other things later as you like. but, good string is a must, and safety issue if it breaks while shooting. hope this helps.
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This package has very good components on an excellent bow. You won't want to change anything after you shoot it
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I bought the rts package and loved it. I shot it for about a week to get used to it then changed out the sight to a tru glo and the stabilizer to an octane 5" ultra lite but that is all I have done to it so far and it shoots like a champ.
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i would go with the rts because if you were to buy the bare bow you would have about 110 dollars left (tax) and that is going to get you just ALMOST everything the rts package already has
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The package is a good value. The Trophy Ridge stuff that comes on it has never let me down. You will spend more than the extra 100 bucks, to piece together your own package.
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Go with the parts that are on there at first. As stuff wears out, or you decide that you want to try something different, then replace it. The package they put together is not always the top of the line, but its good enough to get you used to the bow and decide what is comfortable for your individual preferences.
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Depends on your needs. I purchased the RTS package and it was shooting bulls eyes right out of the box at 20 yards.

This is the first whisker biscuit I have used so I am not a expert on how good it is but it seems to be working fine. It's very quiet so I will be sticking with this one for hunting.

I do agree on the sight, they should at least included a fiber optic site.

The sight they do include is fair and will allow you time to figure out which sight is best for you as the price range for sights is pretty large.
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The only thing I thought was really cheap was the quiver. Is there better sights and rests on the market? Absolutely but these do the job. I've killed a deer already and she didn't seem too offended I had cheaper sights and rest
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In the store in Orlando, FL they had the new PSE Stinger in Skulleworks camo and I would like to order the same camo over the online shop

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If you don't see it online. Then I'd just call the toll free number. they could get it for you. sometimes the online page just hasn't been updated nor has the options located in the pull down menu.
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They recently added the Skull works option on the website. I just got mine online.
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If you go to bass pro they should have that bow in that camo, If not, then they should be able to order from the store
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how fast is peck fps

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I would have to assume around an unverified 315. Maybe 5 more FPS as a strategic understatement. It hits hard.
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we chronographed 6 arrows with an average of 314fps using 29" carbon fiber arrows with 100gr field tips on a 60# draw. She's fast.
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The ibo rated speed for the 70# model is 314 fps. That is the best case scenario. 350 grain arrow. No extra weight on string, 30 inch draw and set at 70#. I have mine set to 27 inch draw and 65 # draw and I'm Shooting right at 270 fps with my arrows at the moment. It's. still a fast bow
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The fps is 314 fps.
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One of the models says it adjusts from 45 to 75 pounds. Is that true?
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Yes sir it does! My draw length is 31" and my model adjust from 45-75 lbs. I have mine adjusted to 55 lbs. pull and 243fps arrow spd.. Each 3G has 75% let off so it's easy to shoot and hold back till you are ready to shoot it. hope this info helps.
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They adjust from 45 - 70#. I have mine set at 60# and she shoots super fast
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Yes it is true. You can adjust the limb bolts a full 10 turns out which would bring it from 45 lbs at full out to 70 lbs all the way in. I would not recommend going over 7 turns out on the limb bolts though just to prevent them being pulled out of the limbs in a freak accident.
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From my understanding and use of this bow, I haven't seen it max out past #70. Maybe after some aftermarket limbs this could be possible, but not with the stock equipment.
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yes if you order from online this is a option when you order. If you buy from the store you must request the 45-70 or you will get the 45-60 bow
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I'm pretty sure the only pse bow that adjusts like that is the Rally.
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yes if you go to the store the clerk can adjust it for you if it doesnt fit you
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yep has sight , i can't say its a great one but it gets the job done. it took a little training.
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Yes, with a 3-position fiber-optic sight up front. It was well-adjusted out of the box - 4-inch groups at 10 yards, first shots.
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Yes, it comes with a peep with a rubber tubing to keep it aligned.
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If you are buying the RTS (Ready to Shoot) model, yes. Otherwise, ask an associate when you go to purchase.
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Yes it does. Don't know how durable it is since mine broke after the 3 arrow.
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Peep sight included
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no! The higher the draw weight, the higher arrow speeds. with this bow and high quality string. I'm getting this, @ 50 lbs. = 230fps / 55 lbs.=243fps. Each pound puts extra fps ratios on arrow speeds.
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Only in 10# incrrements. 40-50# will yield 290fps, 50-60# will yield 315 fps, 60-70# have gotten 330fps
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Not quite. The lower you make the draw weight the slower the arrow is going to shoot. And just because the ibo rating of the bow is 314 fps does not mean that you will actually be shooting that speed. I have mine set to 65# draw shooting blue streak select arrows weighing 377 grains and I'm shooting at 270 fps
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Arrow speed depends on the arrow, the draw length, and the poundage of the bow. The advertised speeds are done under very specific setup. I think its 70lbs draw weight 28in draw length and an unfletched arrow. Something like that. If you have a shorter draw length, lower poundage, or a heavier arrow, you're arrow will be slower.
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No. I don't know how many fps you lose with each pound of draw weight, but physics will tell you more draw force = faster arrow.
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No, the more weight you put the closer you to the rated speed.
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No.

Arrow speed is ultimately determined by the draw weight, arrow weight and draw length.

The lower the numbers in those areas, the lower your IBO speeds will be.
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A heavier draw weight will require more effort to use, but will impart more power, speed, and distance to the arrow.
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The cams on these will accommodate a short draw length without losing and draw weight. The pro's at Bass Pro will set it up to where you won't lose any "get up 'n go"
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this bow adjustsfrom25.5" to 30.5" draw length i don't know why they say 25-30. very misleading
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if your not hunting elk of any game of that size you will be fine with a 50 lb weight. Pigs deer turkeys all will go down with ease at 50 lbs, my draw weight is at 58 and my draw length is 28" I have had complete pass throughs on deer. Good luck
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The shorter your draw length, the less let-off you get, due to the cams not making a fuller revolution.

Example: As for myself, I pull a 30" draw. This allows for the cams to rotate farther than on a 25" draw. For me, I get to have more of a 75% let-off, where you may only enjoy a 55%-60% let-off, as the cams cannot rotate as far.

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No, I recommend the Redhead Blackouts Carbon Fiber with 2" vanes
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No. Try the redhead blackout x5 envy. I'm a beginner shooting 1-2 inch groups at 30 yards.
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Nope!

You only get the bow, peep sight, 3 pin sight, stabilizer, wrist sling, whisker biscuit, and some limb vibration dampeners. All installed. :)
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Aprrows not included. But you can get a six-pack of carbon arrows in the store, cut to your length for about 40 bucks.
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No, it does not. I suggest a good carbon arrow. I personally use Beman ICS Hunter arrows. They shoot great.
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No arrows are included
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This package offered by Bass Pro Shops does not come with arrows.But on the Pse website they offer a field ready package for 100 dollars more.It comes with Pse's bow madness arrows and a case, also comes with many more accessories.
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on the website it says that it only goes down to 50 pounds not 40 like on your website. Which one should I believe?
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I'd go with the PSE website for the particular model in question. They made the bow, they are the pros and they should know.
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It goes down to 45#'s
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There's different Stinger bows. There's ones with 40-60 lbs then there is a 50-70 lbs. They go a little past the ratings by a few pounds. Like my bow is 40-60 lbs but when I maxed it out it hits 66lbs.
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The weights on the PSE website are listed as what are known as "peak" weights. Peak weights are the weights when the limb bolts are completely tightened down. The limb bolts can be taken out a set number of turns which then decreases the draw weight by a set amount per each turn. So the 50 pound peak weight bow can be taken down to well below 50 pounds.
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The bow can be bought as a 40-60 pound version or as a 50-70 pound version. The 60 pound max version has 10-turns of adjustability that will get you down to 40 pounds.
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Details and directions in the package indicate only down to 50.
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All limbs have a +/- factor to them. However, the advertised weight (50#) is the peek weight. This bow has the adjustability of 10 turns from max. It should give you the 40# you are looking for. Also I'd suggest you have your "Bass Pro" sales person adjust it for you the first time. They have the working knowledge & will fit the bow to you. This bow is an awesome shooting bow for the veteran shooter as well as those just starting out & will last a long time.
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I own one and the bow data card only specifies the maximum poundage @ 70. Go with the info from the PSE website.
I wouldn't be suprized to hear it could be set at 40lbs with the limbs and draw length set for it though.
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it should not go below 50lbs.
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