Compound Bow Comparator

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Version 2012 Bear Carnage 2011 Bear Attack
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Bear Carnage Bear Attack
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2012 Bear Carnage 2011 Bear Attack
Brace Height 7.25 " 7 "
AtA Length 32 " 31 "
Draw Length 25.5 " - 30.5 " 25 " - 30 "
Draw Weight 40 lbs - 70 lbs 40 lbs - 70 lbs
IBO Speed 345 fps 340 fps
Weight 4.0 lbs 4.2 lbs
Let-Off 80% 80%
Editor reviews
Bear Carnage Bear Attack
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With great shootability characteristics and excellent performance, the Bear Carnage is one of the best hunting bows manufactured in 2011. Bear seems to have hit a homerun with this rig. It has all the attributes and features that the modern bow hunter/archer is looking for. With an easily adjustable draw length, excellent shootability characteristics and a low mass weight, the Carnage is capable of yielding fast IBO speeds without generating nearly any noise or vibration. It is a definite upgrade over last year's Attack model. With a draw length range from 25.5 to 30.5 inches and a draw weight range from 40 to 70 pounds there is virtually a set up option for almost anyone. Read full review...

In all the Bear Attack is a very solid option for the archer, which is probably a big reason why Bear kept it in their bow line up for 2011. While being very similar to the Carnage, this rig has a smoother draw than the Carnage while only giving up 5 fps. The Attack can be held at full draw for a good amount of time without arm fatigue which is very helpful on stubborn game while hunting. Speeds, smoothness, accuracy, adjustable draw length and being very comfortable when shot are all very good reasons that make the Attack a very viable choice. Read full review...

Bear Carnage Bear Attack
  • Excellent shootabilty
  • Very fast single cam
  • Solid back wall
  • Very Comfortable 80% let off
  • The draw length is adjustable without the aid of a bow press
  • Nearly vibration free
  • One of the best hunting bows of 2011
  • Very fast single cam bow with a solid back wall
  • Forgiving and accurate
  • Draw length can be adjusted easily without using a bow press
  • Extremely smooth (but a bit stiff) draw cycle
  • 80% let off for less arm fatigue
  • Excellent shootability
Bear Carnage Bear Attack
  • Seemingly steep valley
  • Could have more finish options for 2011
  • Factory grip will not appear to everyone (can be replaced)
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out of 5 reviews
  • Smooth,easy draw. With additional bow string stop, it is absolutely shock free. by Bruce Saunders from Bangor, Maine
  • Smooth, quiet, ,accurate, fast shooting bow. by Mark Shepard from Newnan, GA
  • Smooth, fast and deadly accurate by Bryan Carson from Huntsville, AR
  • perfect bow all around by Alex Geitner from Saint Marys, PA
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  • Great bow at a good price, worthy of being compared to top line bows. by Dennis Westart from Brimfield Illinois
  • Home Run for Fred Bear by Josh from Savannah ga
  • Fast and foregiving single cam bow, vibration free, with a solid backwall. by S Tomas from Ohio
  • Smooth drawing, dead in hand, blazing fast single cam! by Keenan Magoon from Draper, UT
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