The Compact Take-Down Spectre II Survival Bow and Arrow Set is ideal for any survival or hunting needs and at an affordable price. The fiberglass limbs assemble together by sliding into the aluminum bracket mounted to the riser. Assembly requires no tools. Simply string the bow and its ready to shoot. The Spectre II fits nicely into its pouch / quiver with the 3 arrows.


Product Features
• Compact Take Down Design Made in the USA
• Available in 25 / 35 / 45 / 55 lb. draw rated at a 28inch draw.
• Super strength fiberglass riser and limbs
• Arrow rest and quiver pouch included
• Available with  3 - 30 inch arrows
• Dacron String included, length is determined by draw length

Specifications:

  • Stored Length - 23inches (without 30" arrows)
  • Assembled length - 46-52 inches (based on string length)
  • Riser Length - 15 1/2 inches
  • Riser Width - 1 inch
  • Riser Depth - 3/4 inch
  • Limb Length - 20- 23 inches (determined by draw length)
  • Bow Weight - 2lbs (includes Riser, Limbs, String, Pouch and Arrows)

 

*All risers are ambidextrous.

SPECTRE II
Brand Xpectre, Inc
$89.95
$54.95
* Spectre II Set Arrow Option:



* SPECTRE II DRAW WEIGHT:





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