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Hoyt Archery

If you want to seriously get into archery then Hoyt Bows offers a wonderful range of bows that are built for precision shooting and long life. Hoyt has a range of around 15 compound bows along with hunting and competition recurve bows that are strung to suit varying archery needs and budgets.

shooting a Hoyt bow

Hoyt Bows was established in 1931 by Earl Hoyt Jr. in St. Louis, USA. The company has been responsible for several innovations such as creating the very first synthetic foam and carbon limbs, first limb attachment system, and first clickers and stabilizers. Their bows have been extensively used in major competitions including the Olympics.

The author is shown shooting a Hoyt MT Sport Bow. You can see the arrow in flight.

A few of Hoyt Bows along with important features are given below:

Hoyt Carbon Element G3
This high-tech bow has been upgraded in 2013 and features the patent-pending AirShox system that eliminates vibration and noise. This bow is available in several colors and finishes, and you can also opt for customized finishes. This bow has an Axle-to-Axle length of 31 inches, Brace Height of 6 inches, Mass Weight of 3.6 lbs, and ATA Speed of 332 fps.

Spyder 30
The all-new 2013 Spyder bow offers high performance and accuracy. This bow is especially preferred by hunters and has been tested mostly in rugged terrain under a variety of real-life conditions. The Spyder 30 has an Axle-to-Axle length of 30 inches, Brace Height of 6 inches, Mass Weight of 3.8 lbs, and ATA Speed of 330 fps.

Charger
This bow is indeed light on your hands and your wallet. This budget-bow comes with several exclusive Hoyt technologies and can be further updated with the FUSE Accessory package option. This package includes a high quality sight, arrow rest, stabilizer, wrist sling, quiver, and peep sight. This bow in standard form has an Axle-to-Axle length of 31 inches, Brace Height of 6 inches, Mass Weight of 3.8 lbs, and ATA Speed of 325 fps. The Charger Long Draw bow variant features an Axle-to-Axle length of 31 inches, Brace Height of 7 inches, Mass Weight of 4.0 lbs, and ATA Speed of 327 fps.

Prohawk
Prohawk is another high-performance budget bow thanks to the patented draw length adjustable M4 Cam & 1/2 system. The Prohawk has an Axle-to-Axle length of 32 inches, Brace Height of 7 inches, Mass Weight of 4.0 lbs, and ATA Speed of 308 fps.

Contender
The Contender has proved its credentials and is a favored choice for target archers on a budget. This bow is available in two variants. The XT 2000 GTX CAM variant has an Axle-to-Axle length of 38 5/8 inches, Brace Height of 7 1/8 inches, Mass Weight of 4.6 lbs, and ATA Speed of 313 fps. The XT 2000 SPIRAL X CAM variant features an Axle-to-Axle length of 38 1/2 inches, Brace Height of 6 5/8 inches, Mass Weight of 4.6 lbs, and ATA Speed of 315 fps.

There are several other models of Hoyt Bows as well as wide range of accessories available to suit your precise archery needs and your budget too. Once you buy a Hoyt bow, you will understand why professionals such as Jake Kaminski, Olympic Silver Medalist, love these bows.




Posted November 30, -1 by Justin Ott






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