Full Force Archery Bows

This company's best selling bow, the Griz ($599), blends speed and forgiveness.



This company's best selling bow, the Griz ($599), blends speed and forgiveness. Length is 33.38". A brace height of 6.88" provides enough power stroke to produce speeds up to 312 fps, and a hybrid cam design smoothes out the draw cycle.


If you're looking for something unique, consider Full Force's newest bow, The Addiction ($699). The geometry makes this bow stand out from other designs, and the Nitrous Cams crank out IBO speeds of 337-342. The Static Free Cable guard pivots at full draw to reduce bow torque, and spring-loaded Double String Arrests tame string oscillation.

The FFXS ($549) and Thunder ($599) remain unchanged for 2010 except for the addition of the new String Arrest.

CONTACT: Full Force Archery, (920) 493-4932, www.fullforcearchery.com


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