Bowtech BT-X 28 Compound Bow

Bowtech BT-X 28 Review

1 editor review + 2 user reviews
Bowtech BT-X 28
Editor review:

The BTX-28 may give shooters the ability to tune and tinker more than any recent Bowtech model. However, for many shooters, this is too much to learn and mess around with. The option is great to be able to work on a bow without the need for a press, and the simple allen screw adjustments make it even simpler. However, those just wanting to set their bow and not do too much tinkering may find the Bowtech BTX a bit intimidating. If shooters do not plan on messing around a bit with the cams, and getting the most out of their bows performance, a cam system with so much adjustment may not be necessary or desired. For those interested in learning everything the cam system has to offer, the BTX-28 is a great shooting bow, and will be fun to tweak and get perfect for each shooters individual set up. Those able to spend $1099 on a bare bow should most definitely give this one a test shot to see what all the hype is about. Those wanting to use the exact same bow for a variety of shooting may also enjoy the three bows in one concept with the powershift technology. The smartbow as Bowtech is calling this model is a nice step up for shooters wanting to work on their own bows, and the convenience of being able to do a lot of the work without a press or even in the field is appealing to many... read full review

User reviews:
  • Tack driver by George Hardin from Kentucky
  • Smoothest, Dead in hand, most accurate bow I've ever... by Mitch Robinson from Eastern Nebraska

Bowtech BT-X 28 Specifications

2 versions

Manufactured: 2016 - 2017 (2 versions, specs not changed)

Latest version: 2017 Bowtech BT-X 28 Cam System

Brace Height 6 "
Axle to Axle Length 31 "
Draw Length 25.5 " - 28 "
Draw Weight 40 lbs - 80 lbs
IBO Speed 333 fps
Weight 4.2 lbs
Let-Off 80%
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