Ian Harford

Date: March 8, 2011

Check out the new ‘Carnage’ compound bow from Bear Archery

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I’m off to see Ben at Merlin Archery Centre in Leicestershire tomorrow to pick up my new Carnage hunting bow from Bear Archery in Realtree APG ready for my upcoming international hunting trips.

Bear Archery was started during the Great Depression by legendary field sportsman Fred Bear. His vision his original vision was to “bring you quality products that perform well above price”

Those values are still upheld today, and Bear Archery is renowned for creating high quality hunting bows, but at a price hunters can afford. Their motto is “It’s not about hype or high cost – it’s about the hunt”

The new Bear Carnage is the flagship hunting bow in the range, and boasts some pretty impressive features. The guys at Bear Archery are also pretty pleased with their new baby:

“Introducing the next evolution of Bear engineering and craftsmanship, the all new Bear Carnage. The Carnage is the fastest, smoothest and most efficient bow Bear has introduced to date. Speed, power, smoothness, and efficiency is what makes the Bear Carnage the new PERFECT KILLER.”

But it’s not all hype. Realtree‘s very own David Blanton has chosen the Bear Carnage as his bow of choice, and he can shoot anything he likes!

I’ll post some pics and a full specs of my set up tomorrow. In the mean time, here’s what the guys at Merlin Archery think of it.

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  • gregg corbett

    April 20, 2011 at 11:25 am

    Glad to see you chose a ‘Bear’ I’ve been shooting a Bear Instinct for the past 4 years and they’re awesome bows. And good to see you can now get them in the UK – i had to import my kit from the USA. Now all we have to do is get licenced bowhunting allowed in the UK…