Parker Kodiak Compound Bow

Parker Kodiak Review

1 editor review
Parker Kodiak
Editor review:

The Parker Kodiak was introduced as part of the 2013 lineup. With a 30" ATA and a 7.5" brace height, not only is this bow a good fit into any archery situation, it is smooth, forgiving and accurate. The solid one-piece machined riser, the extreme parallel limbs, and the single-cam setup produces a respectable 320 fps IBO. The bow looks good, feels good, and shoots good.This rig is priced at the lower end of the price range of compound bows, but this shouldn't be reason to overlook this bow. With an adjustable draw length of 26" - 31," this bow is in line with the normal expectations of bows, as well as the draw weight range of 50# - 70#. To achieve this, the bow must be ordered with either 60# or 70# peak weight limbs, which can be adjusted downward by approximately 10#. The Kodiak does have a tendency to torque in the hand at shot, but has very little vibration regardless. One archer even commented that he shot several rigs to include PSE, Hoyt, Bowtech, and Matthews yet chose the Kodiak over them all... read full review

Parker Kodiak Specifications

2 versions

Manufactured: 2013 - 2014 (2 versions, specs not changed)

Latest version: 2014 Parker Kodiak

Brace Height 7.5 "
Axle to Axle Length 30 "
Draw Length 26 " - 31 "
Draw Weight 50 lbs - 70 lbs
IBO Speed 320 fps
Weight 3.75 lbs
Let-Off 80%
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