Speed Studs™ maximize speed and help with peep alignment
80% let-off Twin Trac SYNC™ cam
IBO Speed: 330-332 fps
Brace height: 7-1/8"
Weight: 3.9 lbs
The Primal defines top-end bows. The platform is the precision forged machined-aluminum riser engineered for strength and finished with the exclusive GFade™ camo-to-black transition. Machined-aluminum pivoting limb pockets anchor tough 13" parallel limbs. The Twin Track SYNC™ modular two-cam system delivers blazing speed. The I-Glide™ cable guard and string suppressor add to the smooth release. Speed Studs™ maximize speed and help with peep alignment. 80% let-off Twin Trac SYNC™ SYNC™ cam. Axle-to-axle: 32''. IBO Speed: 330-332 fps. Brace height: 7-1/8". Weight: 3.9 lbs. Color: Realtree AP™ with GFade finish. Right-hand only.
Package includes factory-installed G5 Rock 4-pin sight, G5® MAG-LOC™ 5-arrow quiver, Whisker Biscuit® QS arrowsrest, and peep.
Rated 5 out of 5 by BowhuntingTX Sweet bow
I made this purchase Oct '10. I had been to various archery stores shooting many top of the line bows and finally decided for my money this was the bow that fit me best. Everyone has there own opinion on brands, just wanted to say that before you make an expensive choice try out as many (Brands/models) as possible till you find the bow that fits. Just don't forget Quest/G5 1)Warranty 5stars 2) Finish 5 stars 3)Speed 5 stars
Recommend your own build up of products QAD ultrarest pro
February 9, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by BowMan84 Have to shoot to understand
I have shot many different types of bow in search for a new one, I was actually tired of shooting bows that I just wasn't comfortable with. Until the G5 Primal was placed into my hands, It was like I just pulled the sword Excalibur out of the rock. lol. then I was sold when I shot it, even though the sight was not sighted in, I was placing arrows in groups the size of a nickel and the draw back was the smoothest that I have ever felt. I can honestly say that the Quest Primal i sthe best bow that I have ever shot and I have shot my fair share of bows. Better than any Mathews or PSE any day.
October 1, 2010