New Destroyer Leads 2010 BowTech Fleet

What better way for this company to celebrate its 10th Model Year anniversary than to unveil two bows -- Destroyer 350 and Destroyer 340 -- the company believes are "the most advanced they've ever produced." The 350 has an IBO rating of 342-350 fps; the 340 is capable of 332-340 fps.

Features of both include an OverDrive Binary dual-cam system that provides perfect synchronization and easy tuning; HardCore Limbsthat evenly distribute stress for increased efficiency; and an FLX-Guard cable containment system that isolates the riser from unwanted cable guard torque. The 350 has a 6" brace height and a draw-length range of 25"-30". The 340's brace height is 7", and its draw range is 26"-31". Axle-to-axle length (32 3/8"), letoff (80%), and peak weights (50, 60, 70 lbs.) are the same for both.

Contact: BowTech, 1-877-447-0293,

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