Elite XLR Compound Bow

Elite XLR
  • Elite XLR Review

    1 editor review
    Editor review:
    The XLR makes a solid option for longer draw shooters. There is a huge draw weight range, module cams, a forgiving brace height, and decent speeds with the XLR. For some shooters, it may be one of the only bows matching the specifications they need, but shooters will not feel like they are settling on a bow just because of limited options. The Rev cams have a solid back wall and make the XLR a lot of fun to shoot... read full review
  • Elite XLR Specifications

    4 versions
    Manufactured: 2009 - 2010 (4 versions, specs changed)
    Latest version: 2010 Elite XLR (Rev cams)
    Brace Height 8.5 "
    Axle to Axle Length 37 "
    Draw Length 29 " - 32 "
    Draw Weight 50 lbs - 90 lbs
    IBO Speed 310 fps - 316 fps
    Weight 4.25 lbs
    Let-Off 80%
    + 3 more versions
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