PSE Brute LT



The PSE Brute™ LT is a single-cam bow with an IBO speed of 308 fps. At 32'', the 81„8'' brace height makes it extremely forgiving to shoot. Its NRG™ Inner Cam System gives you 6'' of draw-length adjustment (25''-30'') without a bow press.


The parallel boattail limbs, seated in pivoting Hyperlight™ limb pockets, are kept quiet by Vibracheck™ dampeners. A Vibracheck Backstop™ quiets the bow further by eliminating string vibration. The 80-percent letoff is adjustable to 65 percent. Concealed by Mossy Oak® Treestand™ camo, it's available in peak weights of 60 and 70 lbs.

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


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