Athens HGO R120 Compound Bow

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Athens HGO R120 bow for sale



Brace Height: 7 "
Axle to Axle Length: 32 "
Draw Length: 25 " - 30 "

Draw Weight: 40 lbs - 70 lbs
IBO Speed: 330 fps
Weight: 4.2 lbs

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HGO R120 reviews

I used to shoot a bow with an average let-off of 65%. It boosted speed, but I couldn’t hold at full draw long enough for a buck to walk into my target lane. 

This is a problem I had to solve because I remember spooking a deer before I could even aim. The Athens HGO R120 compound bow would have been a great help. 

Things to Consider Before Buying

The first great feature of the Athens HGO R120 compound bow is the riser cutouts, which gives this masterpiece its waffle look and curb appeal.

Athens uses its flagship duo cam system on this bow to boost IBO speed of more than 330 FPS, and a remarkable draw length that ranges from 25 to 30 inches.

The solid limb construction allows you to shoot this bow from different draw weights, ranging from 40 to 70 pounds, making the bow suitable for teenagers, women and men.

I really appreciate the 65 to 80 percent let-off, which is great because this would allow me to hold at full draw longer until a buck walks into a clear shooting lane.

When I compared the Athens HGO R120 to its main competitor (PSE Evo 7), Athens HGO R120 is lightweight and has a higher let-off.

This is a perfect choice for a whitetail hunter because it gives you more let-off, but it may not be the most favorable choice for those who favor longer bows.

Pros:

  • Extremely quiet and smooth draw cycle
  • High-quality finish and look
  • A very comfortable and consistent grip
  • Impressive vibration dampening features
  • Perfect for whitetail hunting

Cons:

  • Only signature colors are available
  • A bow press is a must for adjusting draw length

Final thoughts

The Athens HGO R120 compound bow provides the ideal draw weight and adjustable let-off, which allows you to hold long enough at full draw to hit your target.

This product is great for hunters because it offers you more adjustability with its 65 to 80 percent let-off, and the incredible draw weight range of 40 to 70 pounds.

Specifications for the Athens bow: HGO R120

Brace Height7 “
Axle to Axle Length32 “
Draw Length25 ” – 30 “
Draw Weight40 lbs – 70 lbs
IBO Speed330 fps
Weight4.2 lbs
Let-Off65% – 80% (adjustable)

3 quick questions about Athens HGO R120

Is Athens HGO R120 bows good for beginners?

Yes, it is.

How much does an Athens HGO R120 bow cost?

You’ll have to find it for sale used, so it depends.

What type of bow is an Athens HGO R120 bow?

It is a compound bow.

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