PSE Mojo Bow is Fast, Forgiving and Easy to Shoot

PSE Mojo Bow is Fast, Forgiving and Easy to Shoot

The new PSE Mojo is a 40-inch bow available with your choice of the company's NRG Hy-brid cam or the NRG one-cam system. Its 14-inch Boat-tail Tapered Limbs, seated in PSE's Hy-perlite Limb Pock-ets, provide accuracy and stability with-out unwanted weight. Shooters will like the feel and reduced hand torque of its contoured B.E.S.T. (Biomechanically Ergonomic Slim Throat) Grip Sys-tem. Other features include 8 1/8-inch brace height, straight riser, centershot alignment mark, multiple holes for mounting your sight and accessories, and Cam-Lock Cable Guard. It's available in 80-percent letoff (adjustable to 65 percent) and peak weights of 50, 60, and 70 pounds.

Contact: PSE, Inc., 2727 N. Fairview Ave., Dept. BHM, Tucson, AZ 85705; (520) 884-9065; www.pse-archery.com.

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