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Athens Ace bow for sale
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Athens has been developing premium bows for a few years now, and they have done such an incredible job with the Athens Ace Compound Bow.
This is not your average bow, shooting up to speeds of 340 FPS, which is remarkable, considering what I am planning to use the bow for.
Athens knows how choosy a modern archer is, and that’s why they have eight standard finishes available for you. I like the next vista black Camo because it suits my style.
The Athens Ace comes in just under 31 inches axle to axle, with a 6.375-inch brace height, and a draw weight of 40 to 70 pounds.
It features the new tetra limb system with an extended draw weight of 24.5 to 29 inches, which is great because it adjusts for shooters of all strength levels.
This bow comes with new DLS dual cam system, which allows for the IBO speed of 340 FPS. The cams performance is further enhanced with the BCY strings.
When I compared it to the Mathews Halon 6, this bow is lighter, has a superior brace height, and a highly adjustable let-off.
The Athens Ace Compound Bow is the perfect choice if you are looking for maximum maneuverability.
- Compact, lightweight design is maneuverable
- DLS cams are highly efficient
- New tetra limbs provide extended draw weight
- Lightweight riser is easy to grip
- Has a smooth and very soft draw cycle
- Needs a complete cam swap when changing draw length
- May not be suitable for large framed archers
Accuracy when hunting is extremely important, which may not be possible with a low-quality bow. You need the incredible Athens Ace.
This bow offers you superior adjustability, stability and a smooth draw cycle for shooters of different strength levels and experience.
Specifications for the Athens bow: Ace
|Brace Height||6.375 “|
|Axle to Axle Length||30.875 “|
|Draw Length||24.5 ” – 29 “|
|Draw Weight||40 lbs – 70 lbs|
|IBO Speed||340 fps|
|Let-Off||65% – 85% (adjustable)|
3 quick questions about Athens Ace
You can find the owner here:
Athens Outdoors, LLC
235 Middle Rd, Suite 600, Henrietta, NY 14467
You do not need a license. You should know that under the Crimes Act, crossbows (bow and arrows) are offensive weapons. Bow and arrows should only be carried with a lawful, proper and sufficient purpose. That could be if you bring it with you for hunting or archery practice.