BowTech Assassin

The Assassin ($649) is BowTech's newest R.A.K. (Ready. Aim. Kill.) equipped bow.


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The Assassin ($649) is BowTech's newest R.A.K. (Ready. Aim. Kill.) equipped bow. Its Binary Cam System stays in tune and works with parallel limbs to achieve arrow speeds of 333 fps. Rotating draw length modules allow you to change draw length from 26" to 30".

The brace height of this 30 5/8" bow is 7" and effective letoff is 65-80 percent. E-Lite Zero Tolerance limb pockets attach the limbs to the riser and the entire bow is protected by an In Velvet top coat in Mossy Oak Treestand.


As a R.A.K. bow, it comes standard with a four-pin Apex sight; one-piece Ultra-Lite quiver; Octane Hostage XL rest; 4" Light stabilizer; wrist sling; alloy peep; and Dura-Flx String Dampening Components. It's available in draw weights of 50, 60, and 70 lbs.

CONTACT: BowTech, 1-877-447-0293, www.bowtecharchery.com

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