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PSE Carbon Air Stealth 35 EC
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PSE Carbon Air Stealth 35 EC Review

The Bottom Line:Shooters begging PSE to release a longer version of the Carbon Air Stealth from last year are going to be stoked with the 35 EC model for 2019. It is an amazing platform for those wanting longer framed carbon hunting bow with acceptable performance. It would be great for PSE to have more than two limb configurations available, and three finishes on a flagship caliber model in 2019 is not enough choices. The $1499 price tag is expensive, but when compared to other all carbon risers, the Carbon Air Stealth 35 EC is comparable. The lightweight monoque riser with the Evolve Cam System is a dream to shoot, and will make a lot of shooters really happy... read full review

2019 PSE Carbon Air Stealth 35 EC

Brace Height

6.75 "

AtA Length

35 "

Draw Length

26 " - 31.5 "

Draw Weight

50 lbs - 70 lbs

IBO Speed

320 fps - 328 fps

Weight

3.5 lbs

Let-Off

80% - 90%

Manufactured: 2019
Specs were not changed


PSE Evoke 35
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PSE Evoke 35 Review

The Bottom Line:PSE prides themselves in being able to create a bow for every single archer. Their entire lineup from top to bottom has amazing characteristics, and spread across almost every price point allowing for shooters to pick the bow that meets their needs and budget. The Evoke 35 EC is a Pro Series bow with the ability to be used at the highest level of competitive archery in addition to the hunting woods for those wanting a longer axle-to-axle hunting bow. The Evoke 35 is not fast with a maximum IBO rating of 328 feet per second, but the forgiving platform and ease of holding this bow on target is an easy trade off for a few feet per second slower arrow speeds. It would be nice to see some additional finish options on the Evoke 35 to include some more popular camo patterns, and some more target colors, but what is available looks great and the Kolorfusion is a nice addition. Overall, any complaints related to the Evoke 35 are minimal at best. The Evolve Cam System is one of the best PSE has ever made, and it allows shooters to fine tune for a personal feel. The Evoke 35 is an outstanding do it all bow, and for a competitively priced MSRP of $999, shooters have a lot to consider with the Evoke 35... read full review

2019 PSE Evoke 35 SE

Brace Height

6.75 "

AtA Length

35 "

Draw Length

25 " - 30.5 "

Draw Weight

40 lbs - 70 lbs

IBO Speed

327 fps - 335 fps

Weight

4.5 lbs

Let-Off

80% - 90%

Manufactured: 2019
Specs changed, see full specs


PSE Evoke 31
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PSE Evoke 31 Review

The Bottom Line:PSE has created a bow with all the available 2019 features in one single package. Shooters can customize virtually everything about the compact 31-inch axle-to-axle hunting bow, and get it shooting exactly how they want a bow to feel. The compact design is about perfect for a hunting bow where shooters demand a small framed rig, and the 342 feet per second will deliver enough speed and kinetic energy for almost any big game. PSE is even offering 80-pound maximum draw weight limbs for the Evoke 31. With so many positives about a rig outfitted with the Evolve Cam System, it is worth every shooter on the market for a new bow to give this one a try. Some shooters may have different personal preferences drawing them to a different bow in the PSE lineup, but nothing about the Evoke 31 equates to a large enough negative to be a deal breaker on this bow. Like every decision in the archery world, personal preference will be the deciding factor, but the Evoke 31 is an outstanding hunting bow for 2019... read full review

2019 PSE Evoke 31

Brace Height

6 "

AtA Length

31 "

Draw Length

24.5 " - 30 "

Draw Weight

40 lbs - 80 lbs

IBO Speed

336 fps - 342 fps

Weight

4.2 lbs

Let-Off

80% - 90%

Manufactured: 2019
Specs were not changed


PSE Drive 3B
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PSE Drive 3B Review

The Bottom Line:The PSE Drive platform has always been one of the best values in the archery world, and this new Drive 3B does not disappoint. This rig is an awesome feeling bow, but when considering the price point, it becomes an outstanding feeling bow. The three track cam system has a super draw cycle, great speeds, and high let-off. It would be nice to have an adjustable let-off, but that is not a must have on many shooter's lists of specifications for a hunting bow. The compact 29.5-inch frame is about as maneuverable in tree stands or ground blinds as a shooter can get, and the 3.7-pound weight is relatively lightweight in 2019. Perhaps the best feature of the bow is the $549 price tag. Shooters would be hard pressed to find a better shooting bow at that price point. Shooters wanting the highest end technology available may not be as impressed with the Drive 3B. However, those wanting a sweet shooting bow without paying flagship prices should really look into the Drive 3B. It is a flat out amazing bow and when considering how much it costs, it just may be the best value in archery for 2019... read full review

2019 PSE Drive 3B

Brace Height

7 "

AtA Length

29.5 "

Draw Length

25.5 " - 31 "

Draw Weight

50 lbs - 70 lbs

IBO Speed

322 fps - 330 fps

Weight

3.7 lbs

Let-Off

85%

Manufactured: 2019
Specs were not changed


PSE Bow Madness Unleashed
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PSE Bow Madness Unleashed Review

The Bottom Line:The PSE Unleashed is appealing for a variety of shooters including those looking for a flagship style bow at a more budget friendly price, longer draw lady shooters, adults just getting started, or adolescents with a little growing left to do. For shooters interested in having a complete set up right out of the box, the factory has a couple package options to choose from as well. Aside from that, the Unleashed really does tune easily and shoot well. For $599, it is extremely difficult to find a better value. Shooters wanting a dedicated hunting bow, without breaking the bank owe it to themselves to give the 2019 Unleashed model a serious consideration... read full review

2019 PSE Bow Madness Unleashed

Brace Height

6 "

AtA Length

32.375 "

Draw Length

25 " - 30.5 "

Draw Weight

50 lbs - 70 lbs

IBO Speed

332 fps - 340 fps

Weight

3.9 lbs

Let-Off

85%

Manufactured: 2019
Specs were not changed


PSE Evoke 35 EC
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PSE Evoke 35 EC Review

The Bottom Line:PSE prides themselves in being able to create a bow for every single archer. Their entire lineup from top to bottom has amazing characteristics, and spread across almost every price point allowing for shooters to pick the bow that meets their needs and budget. The Evoke 35 EC is a Pro Series bow with the ability to be used at the highest level of competitive archery in addition to the hunting woods for those wanting a longer axle-to-axle hunting bow. The Evoke 35 is not fast with a maximum IBO rating of 328 feet per second, but the forgiving platform and ease of holding this bow on target is an easy trade off for a few feet per second slower arrow speeds. It would be nice to see some additional finish options on the Evoke 35 to include some more popular camo patterns, and some more target colors, but what is available looks great and the Kolorfusion is a nice addition. Overall, any complaints related to the Evoke 35 are minimal at best. The Evolve Cam System is one of the best PSE has ever made, and it allows shooters to fine tune for a personal feel. The Evoke 35 is an outstanding do it all bow, and for a competitively priced MSRP of $999, shooters have a lot to consider with the Evoke 35... read full review

2019 PSE Evoke 35 EC

Brace Height

6.875 "

AtA Length

35 "

Draw Length

26.5 " - 32 "

Draw Weight

50 lbs - 80 lbs

IBO Speed

320 fps - 328 fps

Weight

4.5 lbs

Let-Off

80% - 90%

Manufactured: 2019
Specs were not changed


PSE Evolve 28
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PSE Evolve 28 Review

The Bottom Line:PSE has made a point to create a bow for every single shooter and the Evolve 28 is another example of that. This bow is a hunting bow designed for shooters demanding the most compact bow they can get their hands on. Unfortunately, the Evolve 28 is a right handed model only, leaving anyone left handed to look at the rest of the Evolve lineup. For hunters at the upper end of the draw length range, it may be wise to shoot the Evolve 28 head to head with a longer Evolve model to make sure the comfort of the compact 28-inch bow will work. The Evolve 28 is jam packed with the best technology PSE has released to the public, the Evolve Cams are amazing and customizable, and the performance is mind blowing. For those wanting a compact hunting rig, the mid-year released Evoke 28 is really hard to ignore... read full review

2018 PSE Evolve 28

Brace Height

7 "

AtA Length

28 "

Draw Length

24.5 " - 30 "

Draw Weight

50 lbs - 70 lbs

IBO Speed

327 fps - 335 fps

Weight

4.1 lbs

Let-Off

80% - 90%

Manufactured: 2018 - 2019
Specs were not changed


PSE Ferocity
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PSE Ferocity Review

The Bottom Line:The Ferocity is a nice shooting compact bow. The Ferocity binary cam system delivers everything newer archers want in a hunting bow, has a great deal of draw weight and draw length adjustability, and is affordable for just about anyone wanting to get started. The Ferocity is priced extremely well at on $449, and can be fully set up from the factory two different ways to provide shooters everything they need right out of the bow to start shooting. PSE has really delivered again creating a bow that checks a ton of highly sought after hunting bow specifications, while keeping the final price cheaper fully set up than a bare flagship bow. It is very hard to find anything wrong with this bow. For those on the market for a compact hunting bow, without the need to have the latest and greatest riser technology, the 2018 PSE Ferocity should be on the list of bows to test shoot before deciding which one is right... read full review

2018 PSE Ferocity

Brace Height

6.5 "

AtA Length

30.75 "

Draw Length

24.5 " - 30 "

Draw Weight

50 lbs - 70 lbs

IBO Speed

320 fps - 328 fps

Weight

3.5 lbs

Let-Off

80%

Manufactured: 2018
Specs were not changed


PSE React
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PSE React Review

The Bottom Line:The React bow is a great value at $799. Shooters are getting the Evolve Cam System, in a high let-off, long brace height package for hunters wanting the best feeling draw cycle without breaking the bank. there are some compromises in regards to the riser technology, but there is nothing subpar, just less advanced engineering. For those wanting a new hunting bow at a more reasonable price point, there may not be a better value in 2018 than the PSE React. This bow truly competes with the Pro Series models featuring this cam system, has optimal hunting specifications, and feels really good in hand. It is one of the lightest, highest performing aluminum riser bows in the PSE lineup. It shoots unbelievably well, and will make a ton of shooters very happy this year... read full review

2018 PSE React

Brace Height

7 "

AtA Length

33 "

Draw Length

26 " - 31.5 "

Draw Weight

50 lbs - 70 lbs

IBO Speed

322 fps - 330 fps

Weight

3.9 lbs

Let-Off

80% - 90%

Manufactured: 2018
Specs were not changed


PSE Xpedite
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PSE Xpedite Review

The Bottom Line:Speed sells, and when packaged with such great features like the Xpedite, it should be even easier to sell. 360 feet per second is marketable to a large audience of hunters, and 360 feet per second with the Evolve Cam System is marketable to even more than speed freaks. This cam draws super smooth, has a favorable feel, and is adjustable in every way possible with a bow press. 25% of let off adjustment while being around the 350 feet per second mark and higher is insane, and the feel is the same familiar feel as the Evolve from last year. The brace height may be a little short, but anything lost in forgiveness because of a shorter brace height is arguably made up with the quicker speeds. The 4.4-pounds is a touch heavier than some other similar sized aluminum bows, but in the end ounces are more than likely not going to make or break a decision. The MSRP tag of $1099, is expensive, but that is how much high quality bows from a solid company cost in 2018. The pros far outweigh the cons for anyone in the market for an impressive shooting speed bow. Anyone looking for a 360 feet per second speed rated bow, or a shooter wanting to fling the heaviest arrow possible while still maintaining as much speed as possible should take a long serious look at what the Xpedite offers. This PSE bow is insane... read full review

2018 PSE Xpedite

Brace Height

5.25 "

AtA Length

33 "

Draw Length

24.5 " - 30 "

Draw Weight

50 lbs - 70 lbs

IBO Speed

352 fps - 360 fps

Weight

4.4 lbs

Let-Off

65% - 90%

Manufactured: 2018
Specs were not changed


PSE Carbon Air Stealth EC
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PSE Carbon Air Stealth EC Review

The Bottom Line:This is a great bow, and will win over a ton of faithful followers after getting a chance to spend some time on the range with one. The largest downside to the Carbon Air Stealth is going to be the $1500 price tag. Is it worth the extra money? For some shooters, it absolutely will be. Unfortunately, for other shooters, the price alone is going to make it a no go for them. The Evolve Cam System on such a lightweight carbon riser makes this rig the ultimate hunting bow though. With almost the perfect specifications for an overwhelming majority of the hunting community, and the ability to make so many customizations to the feel of the draw cycle, the PSE Carbon Air Stealth is going to be hugely popular for 2018. The grip and the overall looks seem to be polarizing features on the bow as well. However, most shooters will not choose to eliminate a bow based on looks alone, and the grip fits well in the hand of shooters who are willing to adjust to the added girth. Overall, the Carbon Air Stealth is going to be a super popular hunting bow for PSE in 2018... read full review

2018 PSE Carbon Air Stealth EC

Brace Height

6 "

AtA Length

33 "

Draw Length

25.5 " - 31 "

Draw Weight

40 lbs - 70 lbs

IBO Speed

334 fps - 342 fps

Weight

3.2 lbs

Let-Off

80% - 90%

Manufactured: 2018
Specs were not changed


PSE Ramped
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PSE Ramped Review

The Bottom Line:The PSE Ramped has a lot to offer shooters wanting a compact, lightweight bow at a really great price. It is worth noting a short 30.75-inch axel-to-axel bow with short limbs may not be for all shooters. However, for those wanting a great draw cycle in a small-framed rig, the Ramped may be perfect. Arrow speeds of 318 feet per second is not fast, especially with a brace height of 6.5-inches. Despite the slow speeds, 80% let-off and a smooth draw cycle are really easy to get used to. It would be nice for PSE to offer more than two finish options, but it is a great touch to have two accessory packages to choose from. With the Ramped bow and all the wonderful shootability characteristics, perhaps the best thing about it is the suggested retail price of only $399, which can go to $549 if the field ready accessory package is chosen. For shooters not interested in the latest and greatest technology, but really wanting a great shooting bow, the Ramped may be one of the best bows on the market, and defiantly worth a test shot... read full review

2018 PSE Ramped

Brace Height

6.5 "

AtA Length

30.75 "

Draw Length

24 " - 30 "

Draw Weight

50 lbs - 70 lbs

IBO Speed

310 fps - 318 fps

Weight

3.5 lbs

Let-Off

80%

Manufactured: 2018
Specs were not changed


PSE Shootdown
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PSE Shootdown Review

The Bottom Line:The Shootdown is a target bow caught in the middle of the very diverse PSE lineup. The Shootdown fits between the Evolve 35 multipurpose bow and the Perform-X 3D target bow. For some, the decision is going to be a difficult one to make with some many features and specifications being shared. For others, the 37-inch axel-to-axel measurement is the new sweet spot for target bows, which can make the traditional riser design on the Shootdown a winner for many. The mini Evolve Cams are a great target cam system for how great it feels, and how adjustable it is especially when considering the let-off range. The moveable pockets and tunable cable slide system make tuning an easy task and allows shooters to specifically match their exact set up. For a bare bow price of $1299, shooters should expect to see more finish options than the three offered, although they are well done. For shooters wanting a new target bow, the Shootdown is a good option... read full review

2018 PSE Shootdown

Brace Height

7 "

AtA Length

37 "

Draw Length

26 " - 31.5 "

Draw Weight

30 lbs - 70 lbs

IBO Speed

326 fps - 334 fps

Weight

4.7 lbs

Let-Off

65% - 75%

Manufactured: 2018
Specs were not changed


PSE Carbon Air Stealth SE
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PSE Carbon Air Stealth SE Review

The Bottom Line:The Carbon Air Stealth is a dream bow for anyone wanting the benefits of a high performance bow in addition to a carbon riser. This is a rare cam system, which continues to perform better as the let-off increases, and has a large variance in the let-off size to give shooters the feel they really want on the back end. The SE version provides more favorable performance with cams specifically engineered for shorter draw lengths. The lightweightedness of the 3.2-pounds bare bow is really nice and will allow shooters to add weight exactly where they want it for stabilization without getting too heavy to tote around. The price tag is the scariest part about this 2018 PSE with a suggested sticker of $1499. However, this is the going rate for full carbon risers on the market today. Those with a pocket book large enough to purchase the Carbon Air Stealth may find themselves parting with some money after feeling how great this bow flings arrows... read full review

2018 PSE Carbon Air Stealth SE

Brace Height

5.875 "

AtA Length

33 "

Draw Length

24 " - 29.5 "

Draw Weight

30 lbs - 70 lbs

IBO Speed

332 fps - 340 fps

Weight

3.2 lbs

Let-Off

80% - 90%

Manufactured: 2018
Specs were not changed


PSE Perform-X 3D
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PSE Perform-X 3D Review

The Bottom Line:The Perform-X 3D is a well designed 3D bow and will not let shooters down. It performs flawlessly with the shoot ability of the Evolve Cam System, has favorable specifications for 3D shooters, tons of color options, and a giant let-off range to choose from. The price tag is scary, and when looking at hunting bows in the PSE line up with the Evolve cam, the specifications of the 3D are comparable, although the shoot through riser is a solid advantage for some target folks. If shooters can get over the price tag, and the similarity of a hunting bow with a smaller price tag, the 3D may be a serious contender for the 3D guru. There are no concerns with the performance, steady hold on target, and feel of the bow after sending arrows downrange. From that perspective, the Perform-X 3D is pretty flawless. The price is going to have many shooters looking at a different bow... read full review

2018 PSE Perform-X 3D

Brace Height

6.5 "

AtA Length

36 "

Draw Length

25 " - 30.5 "

Draw Weight

30 lbs - 60 lbs

IBO Speed

330 fps - 338 fps

Weight

5.0 lbs

Let-Off

65% - 75%

Manufactured: 2018
Specs were not changed


PSE Perform-X
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PSE Perform-X Review

The Bottom Line:The Perform-X is a high end target bow, specifically designed for indoor spot leagues. Although this bow could transition for some shooters into a 3D bow as well, the Perform-X will more than likely be most comfortable shooting spots, and for that the 40-inch axel-to-axel is very beneficial. The grip fits well in the shooter's hand, the Evolve cam system is outstanding and has some built in customization features shooters will appreciate, and it flat out shoots. The price tag is scary, and quite honestly is sure to eliminate some potential buyers from sticker shock alone with a suggested retail of $1699. However, for serious target archers, especially those expecting to take home an over sized check every weekend, the shoot through Perform-X may be the bow that gets them there. The color options are great, and they all look nice. The black limbs are a little boring, but most target bows across the industry have them, so it is a pretty standard look. Any shooter interested in a hardcore target bow, owe it to themselves to give the Perform-X a go. However, shooters must be willing to explain to their significant other why a bow purchase of $1699 is necessary... read full review

2018 PSE Perform-X

Brace Height

7 "

AtA Length

40 "

Draw Length

26.5 " - 31 "

Draw Weight

40 lbs - 60 lbs

IBO Speed

324 fps - 332 fps

Weight

5.2 lbs

Let-Off

65% - 75%

Manufactured: 2018
Specs were not changed


PSE Stinger Extreme
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PSE Stinger Extreme Review

The Bottom Line:Every year, PSE designs a wide range of bows to meet the needs of any shooter wanting a new rig. The Stinger Extreme is a bow designed for newer shooters or those on a strict budget. The 8 finish options goes against the norm of budget friendly models being limited to the choices offered, and each of them are well done. The 9-inches of draw length adjustment fits shooters from 21-30-inches, and the 32.5-inch axel-to-axel measurement and 7 1/8-inch brace height is easy to get used to. Shooters can opt for purchasing the Stinger Extreme as a bare bow or with three separate accessory packages ranging from $299 to just under $500 for the best accessory package. Shooters wanting the latest and greatest technology will more than likely not be interested in this model, but those with limited funds, or just trying out the sport should be thrilled to see how great the Stinger Extreme performs for the price point it is offered at... read full review

2018 PSE Stinger Extreme

Brace Height

7.125 "

AtA Length

32.5 "

Draw Length

21 " - 30 "

Draw Weight

45 lbs - 70 lbs

IBO Speed

308 fps - 316 fps

Weight

3.8 lbs

Let-Off

75%

Manufactured: 2018
Specs were not changed


PSE Phenom XT
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PSE Phenom XT Review

The Bottom Line:The Phenom XT is a great offering to the target community. Archers just getting started with target shooting may be a bit overwhelmed and sticker shocked to see what some high-end target models sell for. The Phenom XT shoots exceptionally well, and has a suggested retail of only $699, which is less than many hunting rigs. As a target bow, the Phenom's lightweight 4-pound bare bow frame is sure to win over a lot of believers. The balance of that weight is great as well because shooters are able to get stabilizer weight directly where they want it to be without needing to level the bow off first. The Phenom is slow, which may not be a huge deal for indoor spot shooters, but those with aspirations to use this rig as a 3D bow, may need to practice on their yard judgment to eliminate any errors which will not be corrected by fast arrow speeds. It may be slightly disappointing for shooters with a shorter than27.5-inch draw length because the Phenom XT does not dip under that. However, the Phenom SD could be exactly what those shooters are wanting. For a budget friendly target rig, the Phenom XT is exactly what it is advertised to be. For those wanting the latest and greatest target archery technology, the Phenom XT will not be the bow of choice. For those just beginning in archery, wanting a lighter weight target option, or those just not willing to spend big money on a target bow, the Phenom XT is fantastic... read full review

2017 PSE Phenom XT

Brace Height

7.625 "

AtA Length

35.5 "

Draw Length

27.5 " - 33 "

Draw Weight

30 lbs - 70 lbs

IBO Speed

307 fps - 345 fps

Weight

4 lbs

Let-Off

75%

Manufactured: 2017 - 2018
Specs changed, see full specs


PSE Bow Madness Epix
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PSE Bow Madness Epix Review

The Bottom Line:The PSE Epix is an amazing bow for any price, but when considering the $599 price tag, the Epix is exceptional. It features all the specifications shooters want in a mid sized hunting bow with 340 feet per second arrow speeds, 80% let-off, 4-pound bare bow weight, and tons of technology that adds to the great feel. 2017 gives PSE some new advances in technology, which are not featured on the Epix. However, the technology used is still well thought out and performs great. Left-handers are going to be disappointed, but the right-handed shooters will love what the Epix offers. For a budget friendly hunting bow, the Epix deserves a test shot and an honest consideration for anyone on the market for a new bow in 2017... read full review

2017 PSE Bow Madness Epix

Brace Height

6 "

AtA Length

32 "

Draw Length

24 " - 30 "

Draw Weight

50 lbs - 70 lbs

IBO Speed

332 fps - 340 fps

Weight

4.0 lbs

Let-Off

80%

Manufactured: 2017 - 2018
Specs changed, see full specs


PSE Beast EXT
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PSE Beast EXT Review

The Bottom Line:Simply put, the 2016 PSE Beast EXT was perfectly named. The bow matches everything shooters with a draw length out to 33-inches would want. The frame is long, the weight is heavy, the looks are aggressive, the arrows hit hard, and the customization of the cams is not something longer draw archers are used to having available to them. For anyone 28-33-inches, the Beast EXT would make a wonderful target rig. For shooters over 31-inches, the Beast is an additional bow in a market that has very limited choices. When mixed with the ability to make tons of adjustments on the draw cycle, PSE has really hit a homerun on the Beast EXT and what it has to offer for its target audience. Those really wanting a new target rig, or long draw shooters sick of squeezing into a bow not designed for them will have a lot to think about when looking through the 2016 models. The MSRP of $999 is a bit pricey, but it is also the going rate for bows with this much technology and incorporated engineering. The Beast EXT shoots great, looks good, and customizes giving every shooter a bunch of options... read full review

2016 PSE Beast EXT

Brace Height

7.25 "

AtA Length

38 "

Draw Length

28 " - 33 "

Draw Weight

50 lbs - 80 lbs

IBO Speed

342 fps - 350 fps

Weight

4.8 lbs

Let-Off

80% / 65%

Manufactured: 2016 - 2018
Specs changed, see full specs


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