Bear Archery Adapt Ready To Hunt Compound Bow
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Bullseye Dreams Await: Perfect Your Aim with Archery Excellence.
Introducing the ADAPT RTH. This single cam, 32" axle-to-axle, 6.5" brace height bow was a joint venture between Bear Archery and the The Hunting Public. The ADAPT RTH features an accommodating 80% let off and fits bowhunters with draw lengths from 24-31". This bow features a new Bear Paw insulated grip - Bear's most comfortable and ergonomic bow grip to date. With speeds up to 320 FPS, a rock solid back wall from the limb stop, and the smoothest draw cycle on the market, the ADAPT is perfect for chasing any size game. Aaron, Greg, Zack, Jake, Hayden, and Ted built their dream bow and included several features from some of their favorite Bear bows of the past. The ADAPT RTH comes Ready to Hunt with a complete suite of Trophy Ridge accessories which include the following: 5 Spot arrow quiver, Whisker Biscuit V arrow rest, 5” stabilizer, Fatal 4-pin sight, D-loop, and peep sight.
DESIGNED BY THE HUNTING PUBLICThe ADAPT was a joint project between Bear Archery and the entire Hunting Public crew
INDUSTRY'S SMOOTHEST DRAW CYCLEFeatures a single cam with a forgiving 80% let off
PERFECT FOR ANY HUNTING STYLEThe 32" axle-to-axle, ergonomic soft-touch grip, and 6.5" brace height make the ADAPT a great option for spot and stalk, blind, or saddle hunting.
READY TO HUNT OR BOW ONLYThe ADAPT comes either Ready to Hunt or as a bow only option. The RTH version includes a sight, rest, stabilizer, and quiver from Trophy Ridge.
BEAR PAW® COMFORT GRIPAll-new for the ADAPT bow, the Bear Paw grip offers hunters an ergonomic and comfortable shooting grip
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