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Darton Archery

Darton Archery

After innovating its CPS-G2 cam -- a true 2 1/2 hybrid cam system -- last year, Darton has revamped the rest of the bow for 2009. The riser on the Pro Series bows, including the new flagship PRO3500S, has been redesigned both functionally and aesthetically with a slimmer grip and pivoting limb pockets. The Mach 1 E-Flex Limbs are also new and beefed up to handle the energy of the CPS-G2. Darton also added a Bowstring Noise Suppression System to the Pro Series.

The PRO3500S is a 33.75" bow with a 6" brace height and IBO speeds of 338-343 fps. The PRO2500S, with the same length and a 7" brace height, is 10 fps slower. The PRO4000GT is a longer bow at 37", and the PRO5000T is almost 40" long with an 8.63" brace height and draw lengths to 33.5" -- perfect for fingers shooters and long-draw archers. All the Pro Series bows are available in Shadow Black and Realtree HD.

Contact: Darton Archery, (989) 728-4231,

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