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Limbsaver Proton LS3 32
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2016 Limbsaver Proton LS3 32

Brace Height
7 "
AtA Length
32 "
Draw Length
25.5 " - 30.5 "
Draw Weight
40 lbs - 70 lbs
IBO Speed
330 fps - 335 fps
Weight
4.2 lbs
Let-Off
75%
Limbsaver Proton LS3 32 Review

The Bottom Line: From their bow producing beginnings in 2008 to present, Limbsaver has not only retained its credibility of production vibration reducing materials to benefit the sporting goods industry but produced some great, sometimes overlooked compounds- including this year's Proton LS3 32. It contains some unique features that other companies may start to design off of in the near future, plus the specs are very comparable to other bows in the market of a similar stature. Overall, this bow deserves a definite consideration for those in the market for a new hunting setup; not many compounds contain the features that the Proton does in a $999 bow package...read full review

Limbsaver Speedzone SZ-34
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2009 Limbsaver Speedzone SZ-34 (large cam)

Brace Height
5.875 "
AtA Length
34.5 "
Draw Length
27.5 " - 30 "
Draw Weight
40 lbs - 70 lbs
IBO Speed
348 fps - 353 fps
Weight
4.1 lbs
Let-Off
75%
Limbsaver Speedzone SZ-34 Review

The Bottom Line: The Limbsaver Speedzone is a quality built speed bow packed with features and technology that draws and shoots as smooth as some single cam bows. While this rig may look a little different than most other bows on the market, some of these differences are where Limbsaver packs new technology such as the No-Contact Pivoting Limb Pockets and the Rolling Fulcrum system. Shooters, beginners or experienced, will find this bow very easy to shoot with its smooth draw and its ease to point and hold on target. On the market today there are a number of speed bows but this is one of the few that has been able to achieve speed combined with quiet and vibration-free shooting...read full review

Limbsaver Deadzone DZ-36
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2009 Limbsaver Deadzone DZ-36 (large cam)

Brace Height
7.875 "
AtA Length
36 "
Draw Length
30 " - 32.5 "
Draw Weight
40 lbs - 70 lbs
IBO Speed
310 fps - 315 fps
Weight
4.7 lbs
Let-Off
80%
Limbsaver Deadzone DZ-36 Review

The Bottom Line: The DZ 36 was designed to give archers a quality long axle to axle option that could be used for target competition and could be shot by a fingers shooter. Limbsaver utilized the almost straight riser design they developed for the original Deadzone 32 because of its innate ability to aim and hold on target with ease. Additionally, this rig can fit a wide variety of archers and is easily adjustable without the use of a bow press. In fact, any adjustments and all tuning can now be made without a bow press thanks to the limb pocket systems used on the Deadzone bows. Because of everything Limbsaver packs into this bow, shooters will find it to be extremely forgiving, accurate and very user friendly...read full review

Limbsaver Deadzone DZ-30
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2009 Limbsaver Deadzone DZ-30 (large cam)

Brace Height
7.25 "
AtA Length
30 "
Draw Length
27.5 " - 30 "
Draw Weight
30 lbs - 70 lbs
IBO Speed
320 fps - 325 fps
Weight
3.96 lbs
Let-Off
80%
Limbsaver Deadzone DZ-30 Review

The Bottom Line: Limbsaver engineered the DZ 30 because so many hunters wanted a lighter, more maneuverable version of the DZ 32. First developed in 2009, Limbsaver has continued to produce and improve the DZ 30 each year. With the use of the nearly straight riser design and the ease of using the Rolling Fulcrum system this bow is not just great for hunting, but also great for learning to shoot, because it aims and holds on target so well and is very adjustable. Shooters will also find this bow to be very quiet and vibration-free. All in all, this bow is a great rig and a great shooter that is easy to take with you wherever you go...read full review

Limbsaver Deadzone DZ-32
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2008 Limbsaver Deadzone DZ-32 (large cam)

Brace Height
7.125 "
AtA Length
32 "
Draw Length
28 " - 30.5 "
Draw Weight
30 lbs - 70 lbs
IBO Speed
325 fps - 330 fps
Weight
4.5 lbs
Let-Off
80%
Limbsaver Deadzone DZ-32 Review

The Bottom Line: The DeadZone 32 is the Do-it-all bow suited for every archer. This bow utilized a lot of new technology that the archery world has not seen previous to Limbsaver. These technologies combine to produce vibration-free performance in a smooth, well balanced and quiet bow with a tough look that can shoot arrows at 330 fps. This is easily fast enough to take down any game you are after. Not to mention this may be the easiest bow to tune on the market since it does not require a bow press for anything. There is not much negative to say about this bow. Shooters may hear a small amount of noise upon release if there is no stabilizer installed, and at full draw this bow may want to creep forward on you a bit, but that is typical of most bows with IBO speeds over 310 fps. Limbsaver's company motto is "Products That Work". Well, the DZ 32 sure fits the bill...read full review

Limbsaver Proton
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2010 Limbsaver Proton (large cam)

Brace Height
7 "
AtA Length
32 "
Draw Length
28 " - 30.5 "
Draw Weight
50 lbs - 70 lbs
IBO Speed
335 fps
Weight
3.8 lbs
Let-Off
80%
Limbsaver Proton Review

The Bottom Line: The Limbsaver site notes, "You have to shoot it to believe it," which is very true when it comes to the feel and shootablilty of the Proton. Weighing in at under 4 pounds bare bow, and equipped with every major dampening device made by Limbsaver, the Proton is a hunting machine. Those interested in target colors will also love the variety and customization options the Proton has to offer as well. Although some shooters have not loved the grip, the Proton is worth a practice shot for someone in the market for a forgiving hunting bow capable of 335 feet per second...read full review

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