Bowtech 101st Airborne Compound Bow

Bowtech 101st Airborne Review

1 editor review + 2 user reviews
Bowtech 101st Airborne
Editor review:

The Bowtech 101st Airborne was put on the market for the 2008 lineup. It boasted a one-piece CNC machined aluminum riser, single-piece glass limbs, a third generation Binary Cam system, unmatched quietness, and a smooth draw. This rig does have a stiff valley to overcome to transition to let-off, but is otherwise smooth. It does begin easy and steadily builds, but never becomes overbearing. It does have some string creep that should be noted. If the shooter must let down on the shot, they must be very careful, because the string creep will come as a surprise and you may inadvertently release an unwanted shot.The finish on the limbs and the riser are made up of the usual Bowtech In-Velvet camo that comes in a wide variety of color schemes. Although this bow was designed for the hunter, it is good for anything the archer can throw at it... read full review

User reviews:
  • Quiet, fast, deadly accurate. by John Smith from East Texas
  • Very forgiving, light, accurate by Oldmate Inthewoods from

Bowtech 101st Airborne Specifications

1 version

Manufactured: 2008 (1 version)

Latest version: 2008 Bowtech 101st Airborne (Binary Cam)

Brace Height 7.25 "
Axle to Axle Length 36.25 "
Draw Length 27.5 " - 31.5 "
Draw Weight 50 lbs - 70 lbs
IBO Speed 320 fps - 340 fps
Weight 4.1 lbs
Let-Off 65% - 80%