Limbsaver Compound Bows
HistorySteve Sims founded a company named Sims Vibration Dynamics in 1991, a company that initially had nothing to do with the archery industry. Sims initially focused on dampening and isolating vibration for audio turntables. When CD's hit the market Sims Vibration Dynamics was not poised to handle the changes so they needed to work in a different direction. The company started by moving into the tennis and baseball markets then one night while sitting around a campfire a bunch of the executives were complaining about the vibration on their bows... Soon after, Limbsaver was born. While Limbsaver produces a full line of archery equipment today, they did not produce their first compound bow until 2008. read more
|Deadzone DZ-30||not available now||2009 - 2013||-|
|Deadzone DZ-32||$250.00 - $250.00||2008 - 2013||-|
|Deadzone DZ-36||not available now||2009 - 2013||-|
|Proton||not available now||2010 - 2011|
|Proton LS3 32||not available now||2016|
|Speedzone SZ-34||not available now||2009 - 2013|
Limbsaver TechnologiesEccentric System - While most companies optimize their performance systems for a 29" draw length then loose a little performance for shorter or longer draw lengths, Limbsaver has produced the H.E.A.T. Cam. This cam system allows for peak performance at any draw length to ensure maximum speed transfer to your arrow.
Limb Pockets - Limbsaver bows use an extended limb pocket design. This design does not allow contact between the limb and the riser which reduces vibration. Additionally, the extended pocket allows Limbsaver to optimize brace height while using a straight riser.
Risers - Today most hunting bows are designed with a reflex riser, the straight riser design employed by Limbsaver is said to be much easier to aim and hold on target because of its nature to resist torque. Most shooters will find this bow very easy to shoot accurately because of this feature.