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Darton PRO3800

Darton PRO3800



Even in Darton's 60th year, the patents keep coming from Rex Darlington -- owner, inventor, and innovator at Darton Archery. For 2010, the DualSync Cam System has identical top and bottom cams. It also has yoke cables, but the cables anchor to the cams and not the limbs. This two-cam design is said to "merge the speed of a 2-Cam bow with the smooth draw cycle and shootability of the CPS System."


Darton's top bow this year is the PRO3800 ($830), a 33.75" bow with preloaded limbs and a 6" brace height capable of sending an arrow off at 345-350 fps. The PRO3800 features a dual Bowstring Suppression System and modular draw length adjustment without the need for a bow press. Darton's PRO3500S ($750) delivers almost as much speed without the preloaded limbs and the second string-stop device. Also new is the PRO3500SD ($750), a bow designed for short-draw archers that can generate up to 305 fps at a 27" draw.

Contact: Darton Archery, (989) 728-4231, www.dartonarchery.com


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