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    Bear Archery Cruzer Ready To Hunt Compound Bow Package - LH Realtree Xtra

    Shop Bear Archery Cruzer RTH Compound Bow Package - Left Hand - Realtree Xtra at - The hunt begins here. Fast shipping, great prices & large selection at America’s Premier Waterfowl Outfitter!
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    Product Description

    Design a bow that allows for a draw weight adjustment from 5 to 70 pounds and lengths from 12 to 30 inches, and it becomes more than a bow. It's a future. All the better when it's loaded with Bear technology. The new Bear Archery Cruzer Ready To Hunt Compound Bow Package is a one-purchase deal, completely set up ready-to-hunt with next-level accessories and the way to get a kid-or anyone-started down the right path. Because that's the thing about any legend: They all had a little help in the beginning.


    • Trophy Ridge Whisker Biscuit
    • Trophy Ridge 4 pin sight
    • Trophy Ridge stabilizer & Sling
    • Trophy Ridge 5 arrow quiver
    • Peep sight
    • Nock loop
    • Color: Realtree X-tra Green
    • String Suppressor: Offset string suppressor
    • MV Cam: MV cam system is the most versatile cam system on the market allowing for draw length adjustments from 12" - 30".
    • Grip: Advanced grip design eliminates hand torque for enhanced accuracy.
    • Left Hand

    Specifications and additional product information
    • Speed (IBO) 310
    • Weight  3.6 lbs
    • Brace Seight 6.5 Inch   
    • Axle-Axle 32 Inch
    • Peak Draw 5-70 lbs
    • Draw Range 12 - 30 Inch
    • Let Off 75%
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    "As an avid waterfowl hunter and teaching my 14 year old son how to do it right Mack's has all I need to keep us properly equipped for the hunt, no matter the weather conditions." - Verified Buyer, April 2017