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Darton 3800: A Muscle Bow With Manners

by Bow Staff 17. November 2010 08:57
Bow Staff

The DS-3800 is the best choice for the serious Bowhunter or 3D Shooter, a no compromise bow with speed to burn.  The speed this bow is capable of makes judging distance a less critical part of the equation.  Some shooters have found that when they switch to the DS-3800, they can drop down in bow weight and still shoot the same arrows faster and flatter.  One of the main features that sets the DS-3800 apart from the rest of the crowd is its shootability.  With its smooth draw cycle, forgiving valley, and dampened shooting characteristics, Darton has truly created “A Muscle Bow With Manners.” 

 

Specifications:

Draw Weights: 50,60,70, lbs.

Draw Lengths: 25-31"

Axle-to-Axle: 33 13/16"

Brace Height: 6"

Weight: 4lbs.

Let-Off: 80%

IBO Speeds: 350 fps

  • New 2010 DualSync Cam System with Quad Limbs for increased Dynamic Effeciency.
  • A Comfortable Draw Cycle With A Forgiving Valley And NO SHOCK.
  • Ergonomic Slim Throat Grip To Reduce Hand Torque.
  • Straight and Level Nock Travel at all Draw Lengths, even pulling against your draw stop.
  • Finally a 350 fps bow with a smooth draw cycle and a user friendly valley that's a pleasure to shoot.

 

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