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The Ben Pearson Advantage. A NEW Bow for 2010.

by Bow Staff 20. April 2010 13:30
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Built with competition shooters in mind, the Ben Pearson Advantage truly gives you the upper hand when target or 3D shooting. Ben Pearson's Research and Development department gathered extensive data from shooters around the country and even the world to find out what they wanted in a bow, and then they built that perfect bow. The result is a rock-solid platform with amazing speed as well as low shock, vibration and noise.
Now the talk of the competitive circuit, the Avantage holds like a dream thanks to the  AccuGrip and FlowThru Riser, which creates a smaller profile in your hand while eliminating torque on the bow and producing more consistent shots.
Quick Specs:
• Axle to axle: 37 1/2"
• Brace height: 7 5/8"
• IBO Speed: 327-318 fps
• Draw Lengths: 26" - 31.5"
• Draw Weights: 40, 50, 60, and 70#
• String Length: 59 3/8"
• Cable Lengths: 41 7/8"
• Physical Weight: 4.1 pounds


Colors offered include black w/black limbs, black w/camo limbs, pink w/black limbs, candy red w/black limbs, blue w/black limbs and Mothwing Orange w/black limbs.
Suggested Retail Price will be about: $ 949

To check out more from the good people at Pearson Bows, please visit their website.


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