PSE's Micro Burner



PSE's new Micro Burner offers 10" of draw-length adjustment -- 18"-28" -- without a bow press, so your budding young archer won't outgrow it overnight. The 31 1/2" length, 2.6-lb. weight, 6 1/2" brace height, and 70% letoff translate into a bow that's easy for kids to handle and shoot in the backyard and the woods.


While it may be a youth bow, it's more than capable of getting the job done with an IBO rating of 278-286 fps. It's available as is or in a Ready-To-Shoot package that includes a Gemini sight, Mongoose quiver, Whisker Biscuit QS rest, wheel peep, nocking point, and three Micro Burner arrows. Both versions are offered in draw weights of 29 and 40 lbs.

Contact: PSE, Inc., (520) 884-9065, www.pse-archery.com.


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