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Bear Archery Species RTH

Review Last Updated: February 3, 2020

Alexander Herbert
Product Review by Alexander Herbert

Product Features

  • Limb Dampeners
  • Endurafiber Limbs
  • Lock Down Pocket System

Introduction

Today we'll be reviewing the Bear Archery Species RTH.

Our reviews are based on in-depth research and product analysis. Let's dive in!

Pros

  • Simple set-up provides overall convenience
  • High velocity makes this an excellent choice for experienced hunters
  • Vibration and noise silencing technology
  • Excellent construction
  • High quality Trophy Ridge kit included
  • Smooth single cam system

Cons

  • Too heavy for beginners
  • High price range
  • Some reviews report that the cable slide feels cheap and doesn't match the quality of the rest of its components

Bear Archery Species RTH Product Review

From one axle to the other, the Bear Archery Species RTH bow measures 31″ which is an instant verification that this compound is for experienced bow hunters.

At 4lbs, this model may not be easy to manipulate and therefore is unsuitable for beginners. Although this bow is heavier than others, it’s a great challenge for you if you’re an experienced hunter. The additional weight will encourage you to become better and learn how to handle it.

This bow provides an 80% let-off, so there’s enough compensation for pulling the string. Also, the reward is the maximum velocity for your arrow, which is 320 fps. Therefore, each arrow will reach its target as you hone your aiming skills.

Six Trophy Ridge accessories are provided with your Bear Archery RTH bow. The 4-pin sight will ensure increased accuracy while the whisker biscuit arrow is among the best on today’s market.  Also provided is a quiver, peep sight and nock loop.

The limp dampener system that’s installed on the bow teamed with the Shockwaves technology prevents vibrations, which is a necessity for hunters. Additionally, the limb boot design holds the limbs in place to provide silence when drawing your bow and on release.

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