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Compact New Bow From Mission™ Archery

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Mission Archery is only a year old, but its bows are already making waves in the archery industry. The company's latest offer-ing, the Journey™, is a 31-inch speedster with a single, solid piece of aluminum machined into its riser. Add to this a single, perimeter-weighted Journey




Cam, 71„2-inch brace height, 80-percent let-off, Cable-X Silen-cers™, String Cush-ions™ and parallel-limb design, and you've got a quiet, lightweight bow that's a pleasure to shoot. Draw length is 25-30 inches (available in half sizes). It's available in peak weights of 40, 50, 60, and 70 pounds.

Contact: Mission Archery, (608) 269-2719, www.missionarchery.com .


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