Expands Coloration Choices, Provides New Tech For Award Profitable Bows

COVINGTON, Georgia (November 15, 2017) “Change Or Get Left Behind” has been the mantra of Georgia-based Obsession Bows because it exploded on to the archery scene 5 years in the past and the award-winning producer does it once more in 2018 with the brand new Fixation and Last Professional X bows.

An all-new riser design for 2018 reduces bow flex throughout the draw cycle, enabling completely superior accuracy, whereas a brand new Anti-Torque Cable Rod reduces cam lean and torque. All three bows make the most of Obsession’s Two-Observe cam design (Patent No. 7997259) for an unmatched draw.

The Fixation produces IBO speeds as much as a depraved quick 358 FPS and can be provided in each 6-inch and 7-inch brace heights and with both the M configuration for smooth-as-butter taking pictures or the XP for pin-your-ears-back velocity and efficiency. “If velocity is your objective then seize the Fixation 6XP and buckle up,” says Obsession Bows’ Dennis Lewis. “The XP fashions function our DS Cam for superior acceleration, whereas the M fashions make the most of the confirmed DE Cam for exceptionally taking pictures whereas giving up little or no in velocity.” The Fixation weighs in at Four.three kilos, has a 32 1/Four-inch axle-to-axle size and is on the market in draw lengths from 23.5-inches to 30.5-inches. MSRP for the Fixation is $999.

Obsession’s latest goal entry is the Last Professional X. With a 7 three/16-inch brace, axle-to-axle size of 38-inches and IBO speeds as much as 330 FPS, the Last Professional X and its DE Cam is poised to constantly put shooters on the medal stand in 2018. It weighs in at Four.three kilos and is on the market in draw lengths from 26.5-inches to 31-inches. MSRP is $1099.

Area & Stream Journal’s 2017 Gear of the 12 months decide for compound bow, the Obsession Turmoil, will function the brand new Hybrid RZ Cam with Rotating Draw Mods which allow half-inch incremental adjustments in draw with out the necessity for a bow press. “The Turmoil raised the bar on what is anticipated in a mid-priced bow and with speeds as much as 350 FPS, the brand new Turmoil RZ is poised to blow the roof off these expectations,” proclaimed Lewis. The Turmoil RZ additionally options the brand new Anti-Torque Cable Rod and weighs in at three.eight kilos. Extra specs embody a 6.5-inch brace, 33” axle-to-axle size and draw lengths from 24-inches to 30.5-inches.

The Last Lower, Huracon and Hemorrhage DE will all sport the brand new Anti-Torque Cable Rod as properly.

Obsession is happy to announce all-new colour and ornament choices for 2018. Hunters will have the ability to select amongst commonplace choices together with patterns from Mossy Oak® like Unique Bottomland™, Break-Up Nation™, and Mountain Nation™, plus Realtree® Edge™, Realtree AP Snow™, Kryptek® Highlander™ Kryptek Typhon™, Moonshine Camo® Muddy Woman™ and Stealth Black. Quite a lot of commonplace goal colours are additionally accessible and the favored Obsession Hashtag™ bow for youth and small-framed adults now has a horny patriotic Stars & Stripes sample accessible.

A broad number of extra patterns, string colours and cam colours can be found for 2018, making Obsession some of the thrilling customized bow producers within the nation.

See the total lineup of merchandise from Trophy Taker within the Arcus Looking sales space #5433 at ATA, January 11-13.

Arcus Looking is an acquisition and natural development platform searching for to construct a robust portfolio of main manufacturers within the bowhunting and archery class. By its manufacturers, Tink’s, Lifeless Down Wind, Obsession Bows, Ramcat, Trophy Taker and Huge Recreation Butter, Arcus markets and manufactures a spread of main deer lures, attractants, scent management merchandise, premium bows, arrow rests, broadheads, substitute blades, quivers, and different archery equipment. For extra details about these manufacturers or merchandise, please contact Arcus Looking Public Relations at (800) 624-5988 or go to arcushunting.com.