Bear Compound Bows

Bear Archery logo Bear Archery was created by Fred Bear, a famous and passionate American bow hunter. With the main principle being "it's all about the hunt", the company is now recognized as a quality archery equipment manufacturer. read more

Bear bow reviews


66 editor reviews / 229 user reviews

Bear bows for sale


607 bows for sale

96 models
all years
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Model Prices,
USD
Years Editor
review
User
reviews
Pros/
Cons
Agenda 6 Want to Buy? 2014 - 2015
Agenda 7 $300 - $499.99 2014
Anarchy $250 - $625 2012 - 2014
Apprentice $54.99 - $264.99 2010 - 2011 -
Apprentice 2 $95 - $250 2012 - 2013
Apprentice 3 $175 - $250 2014 - 2015
Approach $250 - $575 2018
Approach HC $249.99 - $433.92 2018
Arena 30 Want to Buy? 2015 - 2016
Arena 34 $400 - $1000 2015 - 2016
Assault Want to Buy? 2010 - 2011 -
Attack $79.99 - $139.99 2010 - 2011
Attitude $150 - $320 2014 - 2015
Authority $149.99 - $800 2014
Bounty $175 - $449.99 2015 - 2016
BR 33 $599 - $599 2016
Carnage $55 - $55 2011 - 2012
Charge $175 - $450 2010 - 2011 -
Crux $139.99 - $600 2015
Cruzer $159.99 - $588.89 2015 - 2018
Cruzer Lite $249.99 - $325 2016 - 2018
Divergent $474.99 - $1000 2019 - 2020
Divergent EKO $369.99 - $649.99 2020
Domain Want to Buy? 2013 - 2014
Done Deal $199 - $325 2008 - 2009
Element $129.99 - $500 2006 - 2007 -
Empire Want to Buy? 2013 - 2014
Encounter $195 - $450 2012 - 2013
Escape $425 - $1000 2016
Escape SD $375 - $375 2016
Finesse Want to Buy? 2014 - 2016
Game Over $300 - $300 2008 - 2009
Home Wrecker Want to Buy? 2011 - 2013
Instinct $80 - $356.99 2006 - 2007
Kuma $54.27 - $600 2018 -
Kuma 30 $325 - $750 2019 - 2020
Kuma LD Want to Buy? 2018 - 2020 -
Legion $300 - $349.99 2012 - 2013
Lights Out $200 - $299.99 2008 - 2009
Limitless $150 - $228.77 2019 - 2020 -
LS2 Want to Buy? 2017 -
LS4 $320 - $320 2017 -
LS6 $449.98 - $449.98 2017
Marshal $220 - $249.95 2016
Mauler $159.99 - $475 2011 - 2012
Method $350 - $550 2013 - 2014
Moment $242.63 - $700 2017 - 2018
Motive 6 $550 - $550 2013 - 2014
Motive 7 $399 - $399 2013 - 2014
Outbreak $250 - $500 2012 - 2014
Paradox $275 - $550 2020 -
Paradox HC $469.99 - $469.99 2020 -
Perception Want to Buy? 2019 - 2020
Revival Want to Buy? 2019 - 2020 -
Rumor $550 - $550 2014 - 2015 -
Salute $200 - $350 2019
Showdown Want to Buy? 2008 - 2009
Siren $249.99 - $375 2012 - 2013 -
Sole Intent Want to Buy? 2018 -
Species $175 - $425 2018 - 2020
Species LD Want to Buy? 2019 - 2020 -
Status EKO $525 - $700 2020 -
Strike $179.99 - $179.99 2010 - 2011 -
Threat $262.99 - $500 2016 - 2018
Trace HC $500 - $500 2020
Traxx $300 - $425 2015 - 2016
Tremor $369.99 - $369.99 2015
Truth $250 - $300 2007
Truth 2 $215 - $215 2008 - 2009
Ultra Light $59.99 - $220 2009 - 2010 - -
Venue Want to Buy? 2014 - 2015
Wild $64.99 - $553 2016 - 2017
Non-reviewed models
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Model Prices,
USD
Years Editor
review
User
reviews
Pros/
Cons
Alaskan $100 - $715 2022 - - -
Brave $55 - $120 2014 - 2020 - - -
Code $54.73 - $169.33 - - -
Cruzer G2 $189.99 - $485 2017 - 2020 - - -
Effect $143 - $143 2014 - - -
Epic Extreme Want to Buy? - - -
Escalate $490 - $1600 2022 - - -
Legit $275 - $750 2021 - 2022 - - -
LST Want to Buy? 2017 - - -
Odyssey II $100 - $169.48 - - -
Pioneer II $295 - $295 - - -
Pledge $199 - $379 - - -
Prowess $225 - $499.99 2017 - 2022 - - -
Rant $229.99 - $375 - - -
Redemption EKO $699.99 - $999.99 2021 - - -
Refine EKO $849.99 - $849.99 2022 - - -
Resurgence $450 - $719 2022 - - -
Resurgence LD $419.99 - $750 2022 - - -
Royale $192.86 - $393.66 2020 - - -
Species EV $350 - $900 2022 - - -
Whitetail II $75 - $250 - - -
Whitetail Legend $150 - $499.99 2021 - - -
Whitetail Legend Pro $536.48 - $699 2022 - - -
Young Gun Want to Buy? 2009 - 2010 - - -

About Bear

On leaving his parents house Fred Bear decided to pursue auto industry opportunities. He soon found himself spending all his spare time learning about archery. It turned out bow hunting was his real passion. Having crafted archery equipment for his friends for a few years, Fred soon realized he had to work full time to launch his own archery company. That is how Bear Archery was born. Not only was the company continuously enhancing their own operations but they were expanding into new markets. For example, in 1982 Bear Archery acquired another company - Jennings bows. Bringing new talented people into the team was instrumental in taking Bear Archery to the next stage and delivering more great archery products to their customers.

These days, Bear Archery continues to commit to Fred Bear's original vision. One of their main principles is to deliver beyond customer expectations by producing quality and affordable archery equipment. That is why the archery products they produce are well respected by archery professionals.