New 31-Inch Bow From Ross

New 31-Inch Bow From Ross





The CR331 is a new addition to the Ross bow line. At 31 inches axle to axle, this single-cam bow has an adjustable draw length of 26-30 1/2 inches (in 1/2-inch increments); a brace height of 7 3/4 inches; draw weights of 40-50, 50-60, and 60-70 pounds; and an 80-percent let-off. Other features worth mention include a long machined aluminum riser; parallel limbs; a broadhead guard w/extra-wide shelf; no torque, custom wood grip; machined, locking pivoting limb pockets; a precision-matched cam to idler for a smooth draw; sealed bearings in both the cam and idler wheel; Teflon cable slide; Winner's Choice custom string; and Sims String Leeches and LimbSaver Ultras.

Contact: Ross Archery, Inc., 4280 Main St., Dept. BHM, Grandview, MO 64030; 1-866-237-ROSS; www.rossarchery.com.


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