Hoyt REDWRX Carbon RX-3 Ultra Compound Bow

Hoyt REDWRX Carbon RX-3 Ultra Review

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Hoyt REDWRX Carbon RX-3 Ultra
Editor review:

To earn the RedWrx badge, the RX-3 Ultra had to endure and withstand the 1500 dry fire test and the 1,000,000 draw cycle test at 80-pounds and 30-inches of draw. So, not only does the engineering team do their homework in producing a great shooting bow, it is also put through a rigorous testing cycle to do as much abuse as possible and still have a functioning bow in the end. Those on the market for a target bow have come to the understanding a carbon riser is going to cost more than an aluminum riser. However, aluminum riser bows are staying pretty close to the same price point, and the models are growing relatively quickly. The MSRP of $1699 is expensive for anyone buying their own bows, and many shooters are going to have to ask themselves if a carbon Hoyt is worth it. However, price aside it is hard to find fault with the RX-3 Ultra, and any negatives are nitpicky. The IBO rating could be faster, but the ZT Pro cams have high let-off and the brace height is almost 7-inches. The carbon could be more lightweight than it is, but that could compromise how vibration free and stable the bow is. The Ultra is a shooter, and deserves a test shot for anyone on the market for a new do it all bow. Unfortunately, the price of this rig is going to turn a lot of people away who would absolutely fall in love with the RX-3 Ultra if is was more reasonably priced... read full review

Hoyt REDWRX Carbon RX-3 Ultra Specifications

1 version

Manufactured: 2019 (1 version)

Latest version: Hoyt REDWRX Carbon RX-3 Ultra

Brace Height 6.75 "
Axle to Axle Length 34 "
Draw Length 27 " - 32 "
Draw Weight 30 lbs - 80 lbs
IBO Speed 334 fps
Weight 4.1 lbs
Let-Off 80% - 85%