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Raptor Compound Hunting Bow Kit

Review Last Updated: March 14, 2020

Alexander Herbert
Product Review by Alexander Herbert

Introduction

Today we'll be reviewing the Raptor Compound Hunting Bow Kit.

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

Pros

  • Comes with a stabilizer
  • Zero plastics design
  • Easily adjustable
  • Excellent for bowhunting

Cons

  • No arrows in the kit

Raptor Compound Hunting Bow Kit Product Review

Predator Archery created this kit to eliminate guesswork for prospective bow hunters. It is easy to adjust for your particular needs and can be used for target shooting if hunting is not your cup of tea.

As they built this one with beginners in mind, not a lot of variety comes in the kit. Besides the bow itself, you will get the pin sight, stabilizer, Allen wrench, and a rest.

The draw weight ranges from 30 to 70lbs, meaning that most archers will find the correct draw weight for themselves. The draw length ranges from 24.5 to 21 inches and is easy to adjust by hand – you might even share it with a shooting partner!

Being aimed towards bowhunters, this bow generates up to 315 feet per second, which is an impact high enough to make that shot deadly.

The entire bow consists solely of aluminum, even the risers, and cams, eliminating easily breakable plastic that tends to come with more affordable bows. The limbs consist entirely of fiberglass (hint: this is excellent news).

As we mentioned, you will get a pre-installed stabilizer inside the kit. That, along with a suppressor, give you a quiet action helping you go unnoticed in the woods.

The fiberglass limbs allow for high impact compared with the little force applied by the shooter – meaning you don’t need to worry about being strong enough to use the bow!

After 30 days, if you’re not happy with your product, you can get a full refund. This benefit isn’t explicitly related to the bow quality but does alleviate some of the pressure comes with a new purchase.

The add-ons, primarily. As you probably noticed, not a lot comes in the kit, and if you’re looking for something particular to up your game, you will need to customize.

You will get no arrows, either, which to an extent justifies the affordability of the product.

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