- Draw Weight: 40-70 lbs
- Draw Length: 26.5″ – 31″
- Let Off: 75%
- Brace Height: 6.75″
- Speed: 340 fps
Bear Method Review:
It weighs about four pounds, and has an axle length of 33” and a brace height of 6.75. Its arrow speed is 340 fps which is faster than the average compound bow. Prices start at around 650 dollars which is less than the average for a compound bow. Dual Arc String Suppressors are built into the riser lessening vibration and shock, and creating a very quiet bow. Max Pre-Load Quad Limbs are attached to the riser with Zero Tolerance Limb Pockets. There is an interference fit between the limb, boot and pocket to eliminate any movement of the limb in the pocket. The H13 Synchronized Hybrid Cam system is the main feature of the Method, with top and bottom rotating modules and removable top and bottom draw stops. Draws on this bow are smooth and fluent, and the dual cams are easy to adjust.
This bow has a comfortable grip due to the removable rubber that wraps around the riser and a side panel grip underneath. The rubber is a good source of warmth for cold hands in the winter. Both grips provide a balance without hand torque that is noticeable. The riser on this bow features gentle curves and edges which give it a really nice look.
Currently, the Bear Method comes in only two colors – Shadow (black) and Realtree APG, but both finishes have proven durability without blemishes or chips. Unfortunately, Bear Archery’s colors are limited the further down the line you go.
Priced from 599 to 699 dollars, consumers will definitely get a quality bow that is quick, quiet and shock-free.
- Very quiet and very fast
- Easily adjustable cams
- Smooth and fluent draw
- Few color options (just 2)
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