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brace 345 fps 4.0 lbs. 7.25 height 32 axle to axle
Peak Draw Weight 50lbs./60lbs./70lbs. Draw Length Range 25.5in. to 30.5in. Let-Off 80%
a new Perfect
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.
Killer is born
Speed, power, smoothness, and efficiency is what makes the Bear Carnage the new Perfect Killer.
Bear Carnage Item Numbers
Realtree APG HD (Bow Only) A11026005R RH 26/50 A11026005L LH 26/50 A11028006R RH 28/60 A11028006L LH 28/60 A11029007R RH 29/70 A11029007L LH 29/70 Shadow Series (Bow Only) A11126005R RH 26/50 A11126005L LH 26/50 A11128006R RH 28/60 A11128006L LH 28/60 A11129007R RH 29/70 A11129007L LH 29/70
Eight sealed ball bearings housed in this masterpiece, gives you the smoothest draw cycle - decreasing friction while achieving the maximum amount of efficiency.
4x4 roller guard
bear contra-band hp strings and cables
Engineered using a proprietary construction process Bears ContraBand Strings and Cables eliminate string stretch and peep rotation while increasing arrow speed.
The smoothest and most efficient single cam on the market - and it can be adjusted in 1/2 draw length increments without a bow press.
the bear skeleton cam
A new longer and more skeletal design is found on the new Carnage. The result is a more balanced and forgiving bow that improves your aim and increases accuracy.
With our ultra-tough Max Pre-Load Limbs, you get maximum power without the bow stacking up during draw.
New slimmer grip has a narrow throat for better comfort and accuracy.
one-piece, slim Synthetic grip
zero-tolerance limb pockets 7
Get this PERFECT KILLER in:
SHADOW SERIES profile-eliminating ground blind finish.
340 fps 4.2 lbs. 7 brace height 31 axle to axle
Peak Draw Weight 50lbs./60lbs./70lbs. Draw Length Range 25in. to 30in. Let-Off 80%
Think you know killer bows? You must shoot this PERFECT KILLER. The Max Pre-Load Limbs and the E-Cam are the two essential components on the Attack that create a new level of efficiency in bows.
During the shot, the Attack transfers an incredibly high percentage of energy to the arrow. The Bear Attack is more than a killer bow its a PERFECT KILLER.
Bear Attack Item Numbers
Realtree APG HD (Bow Only) A02026005R RH 26/50 A02026005L LH 26/50 A02028006R RH 28/60 A02028006L LH 28/60 A02029007R RH 29/70 A02029007L LH 29/70
The ease of single cam tuning and use and it can be adjusted in 1/2 and 1 draw length increments (no bow press required for 1 increments). Its fast, smooth, and efficient.
the bear e-cam
zero-tolerance limb pockets
stainless steel stabilizer bushing 11
brace 328 fps 3.9 lbs. 7. height 30. toaxle axle
Peak Draw Weight 60lbs./70lbs. Draw Length Range 26in. to 31in. Let-Off 80%
launch an assault on your prey
Theres a reason why Field & Stream named the Assault as one of the best bows of 2010 and the fastest. Speed, efficiency and a smooth draw cycle creates a deadly combination- theres no compromising here its another PERFECT KILLER.
ready to hunt
the bear assault also features:
The ease of single cam tuning and use and it can be adjusted in 1/2 and 1 draw length increments (no bow press required for 1 increments).
Trophy Ridge Whisker Biscuit Trophy Ridge 5-Pin Fiber Optic Sight Peep Sight
A zero-tolerance limb-to-cup-toriser fit guarantees accuracy, regardless of draw weight adjustment.
dual arc string suppressors
Eliminates shock, noise, and vibration.
Trophy Ridge Quiver Trophy Ridge Stabilizer and Sling Nock Loop
Engineered using a proprietary construction process Bears Contra-Band Strings and Cables eliminate string stretch and peep rotation while increasing arrow speed.
Bear Assault Item Numbers
Realtree APG HD (Bow Only) A03028006R RH 28/60 A03028006L LH 28/60 A03029007R RH 29/70 A03029007L LH 29/70 Realtree APG HD (RTH Package) A03528006R RH 28/60 A03528006L LH 28/60 A03529007R RH 29/70 A03529007L LH 29/70
brace 328 fps 3.9 lbs. 6. height 31.25toaxle axle
introducing the all new mauler
What does it take to join the ranks of these field tested and already proven Perfect Killers? Lets check them off our list; speed, smooth draw cycle, vibration and shock free and quiet.
the bear mauler also features:
Trophy Ridge Whisker Biscuit Trophy Ridge 4-Pin Fiber Optic Sight Peep Sight
Eliminates shock, noise and vibration.
Bear Mauler Item Numbers
Realtree APG HD (Bow Only) A13028006R RH 28/60 A13028006L LH 28/60 A13029007R RH 29/70 A13029007L LH 29/70 Realtree APG HD (RTH Package) A13528006R RH 28/60 A13528006L LH 28/60 A13529007R RH 29/70 A13529007L LH 29/70
brace 310 fps 3.9 lbs. 7. height 30 toaxle axle
Peak Draw Weight 50lbs./60lbs./70lbs. Draw Length Range 26in. to 30in. Let-Off 80%
it's the total system that makes it smooth.
The Strike is an icon of the total system of matched performance components that made smooth-shooting bows synonymous with Bear Archery. This inner cam system allows the Strike to be adjusted to all draw length positions without the use of modules and does not require a bow press for draw length adjustments at 1in. increments. Bear perfected these beyond parallel compression-molded limbs to distribute stress evenly during draw and release.
Bear recognizes the women in our lives with the all new 2011 Home Wrecker. Designed and built especially for women, the Home Wrecker is ultra lightweight, fast, smooth and accented with just the right amount of features to let everyone know who wears the camo pants in the family.
We know who wears the pants
the bear home wrecker also features:
*Speed rating attained at 28in., 50lbs. with a 250 grain arrow.
Zero-tolerance limb pockets
Bear Home Wrecker Item Numbers
Realtree Max-1 (Bow Only) A16022285R RH 50 A16022285L RH 50 Realtree Max-1 (RTH Package) A16522285R RH 50 A16522285L RH 50
fps* 2.9 lbs.
Peak Draw Weight 20lbs. - 50lbs.
Draw Length Range 15in. to 27in.
2 7. 5 toaxle axle
Proving again - our commitment to young hunters.
Get them shooting and the magic will take hold. They will be hooked and youll have mentored a bowhunting buddy for life. Bears secret to this slick bow is their Rotating Modular Cam. It has 13 draw length positions ranging from 15 to 27 inches and can be adjusted with no bow press. The draw weight ranges from 20 to 50 lbs.
Trophy Ridge Whisker Biscuit Trophy Ridge 3-Pin Fiber Optic Sight Wheel Peep Sight 4-Arrow Quiver Nock Loop
Bear Apprentice Item Numbers
Realtree APG HD (RTH Package) A08515275R RH 15-27/50 Pink Camo (RTH Package) A08615275R RH 15-27/50
*Speed rating attained at 27in., 50lbs. with a 250 grain arrow.
odeled after the famous Kodiak bow, the Kodiak Magnum was first introduced in 1961 as a bow hunters dream due to its short length and easy maneuverability. The design stuck and it has been around ever since. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the famous Kodiak Magnum. In honor of this historic event we put everything back into this bow, so it would be a near perfect match to the original. The high leather classic side plate is back along with the silver medallion. Good luck telling this apart from one of 50 years ago. Features 52 AMO length Semi gloss finish Crowned, cut-past center arrow shelf with Bear Hair Rest and classic high leather side plate. Dynaflight 97 Flemish Twist string (green and white) Construction The 1-piece riser construction is made from exotic bubinga wood and capped with white and green glass. The limbs are overlaid with clear maple and backed and faced with high strength Grayling Green fiberglass. The tips are handcrafted with layered green and white fiberglass allowing the use of todays modern bow strings.
AKM1135R RH 35# AKM1140R RH 40# AKM1145R RH 45# AKM1150R RH 50# AKM1155R RH 55# AKM1160R RH 60# AKM1135L LH 35# AKM1140L LH 40# AKM1145L LH 45# AKM1150L LH 50# AKM1155L LH 55#
"A hunt based only on trophies taken falls far short of what the ultimate goal should be. time to commune with your inner soul as you share the outdoors with birds, animals, and fish that live there" - Fred Bear.
ineteen sixty seven marked the end of an era and the beginning of a new one at Bear Archery, after 17 years of production the Super Kodiak replaced the very popular Kodiak line of bows. The excitement built around this bow was so great that a 1967-1/2 catalog was printed just to introduce this new bow. The same design and craftsmanship has stayed true over the past 44 years making this bow a legend just like the man who once mastered it. Fred used this model bow for many years on quests for African lion, cape buffalo, Alaskan polar bear and the British Columbia grizzly bear. Still to this day the Super Kodiak is one of the smoothest, finest shooting bows available. Features 60 AMO length Semi gloss finish on Grayling Green Super Kodiak Crowned, cut-on center arrow shelf with Bear Hair Rest and leather side plate. Dynaflight 97 Flemish Twist string included Construction The 2-piece riser construction of the Super Kodiak is made of brown and black dymond wood and overlaid with clear maple limbs backed and faced with high strength black fiberglass. The tips are handcrafted with layered black and white fiberglass allowing the use of todays modern bow strings. Item Numbers (Black Fiberglass, Dymond Wood Riser)
AFT2020130 RH 30# AFT2020140 RH 40# AFT2020150 RH 50# AFT2020160 RH 60# AFT2020135 RH 35# AFT2020145 RH 45# AFT2020155 RH 55# AFT2020165 RH 65#
r. Bear brought about many innovations to the archery industry, but perhaps his proudest moment came in 1969 when production first began on his famous TakeDown recurve bow. The classic design was years ahead of it's time and still to this day you hear people saying there simply is no finer TakeDown. Not only does this bow pack easy, but it shoots and feels like a dream. This legendary, but modern design is available in both A and B risers giving you plenty of versatility. Mr. Bear hunted with this bow almost entirely until his last fall in the woods.
GRAYLING GREEN SUPER KODIAK
Construction The 3-piece riser construction of the Super Kodiak is made from exotic bubinga wood. Limbs are overlaid with clear maple and backed and faced with high strength Grayling Green fiberglass. Tips are handcrafted with layered green and white fiberglass allowing the use of todays modern bow strings. Item Numbers (Grayling Green Fiberglass, Bubinga Riser)
A Riser - #1 Limbs ATDA1135R RH 35 ATDA1140R RH 40 ATDA1145R RH 45 ATDA1150R RH 50 ATDA1155R RH 55 ATDA1160R RH 60 ATDA1135L LH 35 ATDA1140L LH 40 ATDA1145L LH 45 ATDA1150L LH 50 ATDA1155L LH 55 B Riser - #1 Limbs ATDB1135R RH 35 ATDB1140R RH 40 ATDB1145R RH 45 ATDB1150R RH 50 ATDB1155R RH 55 ATDB1160R RH 60 ATDB1135L LH 35 ATDB1140L LH 40 ATDB1145L LH 45 ATDB1150L LH 50 ATDB1155L LH 55
ASK1135R RH 35# ASK1140R RH 40# ASK1145R RH 45# ASK1150R RH 50# ASK1155R RH 55# ASK1160R RH 60# ASK1135L LH 35# ASK1140L LH 40# ASK1145L LH 45# ASK1150L LH 50# ASK1155L LH 55#
A-Riser = 56 AMO - #1 Limbs B-Riser = 60 AMO - #1 Limbs Crowned, cut-on center arrow shelf with Bear Hair Rest and leather side plate Dynaflight 97 Flemish Twist string (red and black) #3 limbs available
The 3-piece riser construction is made from black dymond wood and a red accent stripe; the limbs are fascor powered and backed and faced with high strength black fiberglass. Tips are handcrafted with layered red dymond wood and black fiberglass allowing the use of todays modern bow strings.
AFT2020245 LH 45# AFT2020250 LH 50# AFT2020255 LH 55#
"If asked to sketch a mental picture of the typical archer I would be hard put. They seem to come in all shapes, sizes, colors and backgrounds. Inwardly they seem to have in common a love for the outdoors, a reverence for wildlife, and a close tie with history. There is nothing they seem to enjoy more than telling tall tales around a campfire or talking about archery to others. It would be difficult to find a more interesting group of people" - Fred Bear.
t is hard to imagine how many memories the famous Grizzly recurve bow will conjure up of days spent afield. The Grizzly is one legendary bow that has been proving itself since 1950 and is still to this day an important offering in our traditional line up. Mr. Bear made the last design change to the Grizzly in 1964 and we arent planning on changing that any time soon. This value priced bow is designed for big performance that will go easy on anyones budget. Whether you are new to traditional archery or an expert, the Grizzly is a sure shooter for any skill level. Features 58 AMO Length Crowned, Cut-past center arrow shelf with Bear Hair Rest and leather side plate. Dacron Flemish Twist String Construction The 1-piece riser construction of the Grizzly is made from dymond wood overlaid with clear maple limbs backed and faced with high strength black fiberglass. Item Numbers AFT2086131 RH 30 AFT2086135 RH 35 AFT2086140 RH 40 AFT2086145 RH 45 AFT2086150 RH 50 AFT2086155 RH 55 AFT2086160 RH 60 AFT2086245 LH 45 AFT2086250 LH 50 AFT2086255 LH 55
east your eyes upon this, new for 2011, the Super Grizzly. This bow was first introduced in 1973 and was only manufactured until 1976. The Super Grizzly is known by its distinctive Team Bear Crusader Red Regimented Stripe and bow tip, at least that is the way it was described back in the 70s. What makes the Super Grizzly Super besides its distinct appearance? The Super Grizzly's performance is extraordinary, having 2 layers of lamination in the limbs gives you a better feeling, better shooting bow without hand shock. The performance is so outstanding we suggest you get your hands on one of these soon, because just like in the 70s, who knows how long they will be available. Features 58 AMO length Crowned, cut-past center arrow shelf with Bear Hair Rest and leather side plate. Dynaflight 97 Flemish Twist string (red and black) Construction The 2-piece riser construction is made from black dymond wood and red accent stripe; the limbs are fascor centered and backed and faced with high strength black fiberglass. Tips are handcrafted and layered with red dymond wood and black fiberglass allowing the use of todays modern bow strings. Item Numbers ASG1135R RH 35 ASG1140R RH 40 ASG1145R RH 45 ASG1150R RH 50 ASG1155R RH 55 ASG1160R RH 60 ASG1165R RH 65 ASG1135L LH 35 ASG1140L LH 40 ASG1145L LH 45 ASG1150L LH 50 ASG1155L LH 55
n 1966 Bear introduced the bow they said could not be made- a 48 hunting bow proudly called the Bear Super Magnum 48. Over 40 years later it remains a proven product for those who need a short hunting bow no matter the situation. This bow is built for hunting out of ground blinds, tree-stands or shooting carp out of a Jon boat. Features 48 AMO Length Crowned in the center arrow shelf with Bear Hair Rest and leather side plate. Dynaflight 97 Flemish Twist String Construction The Mag 48 riser is made from black dymond wood and has a full fisted grip section. The limbs are laminated with clear maple and faced with high strength black glass. The tips are handcrafted with layered fiberglass allowing the use of todays modern bow strings. Item Numbers AFT2034145 RH 45 AFT2034150 RH 50 AFT2034155 RH 55 AFT2034160 RH 60 AFT2034245 LH 45 AFT2034250 LH 50
irst introduced in 2002 the Cheyenne project was brought about between father and son. Grant Neil Byce II came out of retirement to work on this special project with his son Grant Neil Byce III, currently Bears Operations Manager. Having worked for Bear for 33 years, 11 of those as Mr. Bears master bowyer, the senior Byce knew a thing or two about bow design. The overall AMO length of 55 is just enough to handle the swept back style limbs of the TakeDown, while the grip is designed to feel full in the hand while incorporating the half-moon styling, that is reminiscent of some of Freds favorite bows of the early 60's. Features 55 AMO Length Crowned, Cut-past center arrow shelf with Bear Hair Rest and leather side plate. Dynaflight 97 Flemish Twist String Construction The 2-piece riser construction is made from black and brown dymond wood. The limbs are overlaid with clear maple and backed and faced with high strength black fiberglass. The tips are handcrafted with layered black and white fiberglass allowing the use of todays modern bow strings. Item Numbers AFT2032145 RH 45 AFT2032150 RH 50 AFT2032155 RH 55 AFT2032160 RH 60 AFT2032245 LH 45 AFT2032250 LH 50 AFT2032255 LH 55
"I feel like one of god's chosen people, having had the opportunity to share, with many fine companions, these varied and lovely realms of our natural world" - Fred Bear.
ear Archery and Byron Ferguson teamed up in 2002 in support of the legend Fred Bear and to promote the sport of traditional archery. Nine years later the relationship between Bear and Byron is stronger than ever.
he 64 Montana Long Bow was first introduced in 1998 and has become a very popular addition to an already proven line-up. This bow was designed by one of Fred Bears long-time bowyers, Grant Neil Byce II. The bows slightly reflexed design makes this long bow big on performance, while having little effect on your wallet. Features 64 AMO length Dynaflight 97 Flemish Twist string
rand new for 2011 is the AuSable long bow, named after the AuSable River - the home of the Grayling, Michigan Bear Archery plant. Whether canoeing or fly-fishing Fred spent many hours on the AuSable River; it is safe to say that Fred Bear probably came up with many of his brilliant ideas paddling up and down those waters. What sets the AuSable long bow apart is its reflex/deflex design, larger sight window, full radiused grip and crowned, cut on center arrow shelf. The 64 length and bamboo core limbs make this one high performance shooting machine. Features 64 AMO length Dynaflight 97 Flemish Twist string Construction The 2 piece riser is constructed of exotic bubinga wood and matching accent stripe. The limbs are constructed of 3 layers, the center core of bamboo is overlaid with 2 layers of clear maple creating a smooth shooting and powerful bow. The limbs are backed with high strength black fiberglass. Tips are handcrafted with layered black and white fiberglass allowing for the use of todays modern bow strings. Item Numbers AALB1135R RH 35 AALB1140R RH 40 AALB1145R RH 45 AALB1150R RH 50 AALB1155R RH 55 AALB1160R RH 60 AALB1135L LH 35 AALB1140L LH 40 AALB1145L LH 45 AALB1150L LH 50 AALB1155L LH 55
his 48 traditional youth bow was originally known as the Little Bear and was introduced in 1965. Over 45 years later your youngster can still have a laminated bow of adult quality just like mom and dads. This is a smooth shooting youth bow and is great for teaching archery fundamentals the right way. Features 48 AMO length Dacron string Construction The riser section is handcrafted from black laminated hard rock maple with limbs backed with high strength black fiberglass. Item Numbers AFT2088120 RH 20 AFT2088130 RH 30 AFT2088230 LH 30
Byron, a trick shot specialist and renowned hunter worked with Bear Archery on the design of the Patriot long bow. The design was created by Byron and is currently manufactured by Bear Archery. The design utilizes the Bear look along with the characteristics of a bow laid out by Byron. This partnership has spawned a spectacular shooting bow sure to please anyone wanting a high performance long bow. Features 64 AMO length Dynaflight 97 Flemish Twist string Construction This 64 full fisted longbow is reflexed and power packed, fashioned and handcrafted from brown and black dymond wood with a radius shelf for perfect arrow flight. The limbs are crafted from layers of hard rock maple and fiberglass and backed and faced with black fiberglass. Complementing this bow are laminated black and white glass tips and a riser cap for added strength and sleek look. Item Numbers AFT2036145 RH 45 AFT2036150 RH 50 AFT2036155 RH 55
Construction The riser is constructed of black dymond wood, the riser comes with a leather grip and shoot off the shelf rest is also leather for clean arrow flight. The limbs are overlaid with clear maple and backed and faced with high strength black fiberglass. Tips are handcrafted with layered black and white fiberglass allowing the use of todays modern bow strings. Item Numbers AFT2040130 RH 30 AFT2040135 RH 35 AFT2040140 RH 40 AFT2040145 RH 45 AFT2040150 RH 50 AFT2040155 RH 55 AFT2040160 RH 60 AFT2040245 LH 45 AFT2040250 LH 50 AFT2040255 LH 55
"With a gun you can hunt deer an average of 3 weeks a year. With a bow you can hunt an average of 10 weeks depending upon the state you hunt in" - Fred Bear.
T R ADI T IONAL ACCESSORIES
Back Quiver Shooting Glove
100% Durable Leather Construction For Right or Left Hand Shooters
MediumAT9EGM Large AT9EGL X-Large AT9EGX
18in. Depth Accommodates Any Arrow Length Additional Accessory Compartment 100% Durable Leather Construction For Right Or Left Hand Shooters
The Original Fred Bear Master
SmallAT11MGS MediumAT11MGM Large AT11MGL X-LargeAT11MGXL
Reinforced Cordovan Leather Tips Increase Durability For Extended Life 100% Durable Leather Construction For Right or Left Hand Shooters
MediumAT9DSGM Large AT9DSGL X-LargeAT9DSGX
22in. Depth Accommodates Any Arrow Length Divided Compartment Allows For Arrow Separation Adjustable, 3-Point Front Harness Additional Large, Zippered Accessory Compartment 100% Durable Leather Construction Can Be Used For Right Or Left Hand Shooters
Classic Low-Profile Bear Strike Plate
Traditional Hair Rest
3-Stripe Design Was Used on Many Bows in the 60s and 70s. Genuine Leather Adhesive Back
6-Stripe Design is Reminiscent of that of the 59 Kodiak and Other Bows Made in the 60s Genuine Leather Adhesive Back
Classic High-Profile Bear Strike Plate
100% Genuine, 2-Layer Leather Construction For Ultimate Protection Stretch Cord Design Offers A Perfect Fit For All Archers For Right Or Left Hand Shooters
Strong, Reliable Leather And Nylon Construction For Use With All Recurve Bows Eliminates Twisted Limbs
Strong, Reliable Leather And Nylon Construction For Use With All Longbows Eliminates Twisted Limbs
Recurve Bow Quiver
Recurve Bow Case
YOU T H ARCHERY
Americas #1 brand in youth and institutional archery, BearArchery has, for 80 years, introduced more people to the sport of archery than any other company. By designing equipment to specifically fit the needs of youth and intermediate shooters, Bear Archery makes certain that young shooters have the best chance to develop their skills in the archery traditions.
Warrior 3 Bow Set
Suggested Age Range: 11& Up* 25.5in. Axle to Axle 2123in. Draw Length 2429 lb. Draw Weight Durable Composite Limbs and Riser 6in. Brace Height 70% Let Off Set Includes: (2) Safetyglass Arrows Armguard 2-Piece Arrow Quiver Finger Tab Whisker Biscuit Arrow Rest 1-Pin Sight Temporary Tattoo Right Hand Only
Brave 3 Bow Set
Suggested Age Range: 8 & Up* 26in. Axle to Axle 1520in. Draw Length 1520lb. Draw Weight Durable Composite Limbs and Riser 6in. Brace Height 65% Let Off Set Includes: (2) Safetyglass Arrows Armguard 2-Piece Arrow Quiver Finger Tab Whisker Biscuit Arrow Rest 1-Pin Sight Temporary Tattoo Right Hand Only
Pink RHAYS200PR Black RHAYS200BR APG Camo RHAYS200CR
Lil Brave 2 Bow Set
Suggested Age Range: 5 to 10* 47in. Overall Bow Length 1624in. Draw Length 812 lb. Draw Weight Durable Composite Limbs and Riser 7in. Brace Height Set Includes: 2 Safetyglass Arrows Armguard Arrow Quiver Finger Tab Arrow Rest Sight Pin
Black RHAYS5400RB2 Replacement StringAYRS47
*Ages may vary for each bow in accordance with a childs size and shooting ability.
This 16in. x 19in. x 36in. in-store display, houses 24 1st Shot bow sets, increasing youth bow sales and promoting the sport of archery for future generations.
WizardBow Only Bow Set OR
Suggested Age Range: 5 to 10* 44in. Overall Bow Length 1724in. Draw Length 1018lb. Draw Weight Durable Composite Limbs For Left or Right Hand Set Includes: 2 Safetyglass Arrows Armguard Arrow Quiver Finger Tab Target
Wizard Bow SetAYS6300 Wizard Bow ONLYAYB6301 Replacement StringAYRS44
CrusaderOnly Bow Set OR Bow
Suggested Age Range: 9 & Up* 51in. Overall Bow Length 2028in. Draw Length 1020lb. Draw Weight Durable Composite Limbs For Left or Right Hand Set Includes: 2 Safetyglass Arrows Armguard Arrow Quiver Finger Tab Target
Crusader Bow SetAYS6400 Crusader Bow ONLYAYB6401 Replacement StringAYRS51
Bow Set OR Bow Only
Suggested Age Range: 12 & Up* 60in. Overall Bow Length 2228in. Draw Length 2029lb. Draw Weight Durable Composite Limbs For Left or Right Hand Set Includes: 2 Safetyglass Arrows Armguard Arrow Quiver Finger Tab Target
Titan Bow SetAYS6500 Titan Bow ONLYAYB6501 Replacement StringA34060
1st Shot In-store Sales Display
62in. 54in. 48in.
Bull's-eye Recurve Bow
Suggested Age Range: 12 & Up* TakeDown Design Quality Wood Riser Multi-Laminate Limbs For Right Hand Only
Suggested Age Range: 12 & Up* 60in. Overall Bow Length 2228in. Draw Length 3035lb. Draw Weight Durable Composite Limbs For Left or Right Hand
Firebird Bow ONLYAYB6601 Replacement StringA34060
Suggested Age Range: 12 & Up* 31in. Overall Bow Length 2224in. Draw Length 24lb. Peak Weight 7-3/4 in. Brace Height Compression Molded Fiberglass Limbs Aluminum Alloy Riser For Right Hand Only
Firestar Bow ONLYAYB6701
48in. Bull's-eye Bow
20lb. Draw Weight 25lb. Draw Weight 29lb. Draw Weight
54in. Bull's-eye Bow 62in. Bull's-eye Bow
48in. Bull's-eye BowA2100 54in. Bull's-eye BowA2101 62in. Bull's-eye BowA2102
Scout Bow Only Bow Set OR
Suggested Age Range: 4 to 7* 33in. Overall Bow Length 1624in. Draw Length 813lb. Draw Weight Durable Composite Limbs For Left or Right Hand Set Includes: 2 Safetyglass Arrows Armguard Arrow Quiver Finger Tab Sight Pin
Scout Bow SetAYS6000 Scout Bow ONLYAYB6001
1 Set st Shot Bow
Suggested Age Range: 4 to 7* 36in. Overall Bow Length 1416in. Draw Length 812lb. Draw Weight Durable Composite Limbs For Left or Right Hand Set Includes: 2 Safetyglass Arrows Armguard Arrow Quiver Finger Tab Target
1st Shot Bow SetAYS6200 Replacement StringAYRS36 1st Shot Bow Set w/DisplayAYPOP24
Goblin Bow Set
Suggested Age Range: 5 to 10* 44in. Overall Bow Length 2224in. Draw Length 1518lb. Draw Weight Durable Composite Limbs For Left or Right Hand Set Includes: 2 Safetyglass Arrows Armguard Arrow Quiver Finger Tab Sight Pin
Goblin Bow SetAYS6100 Replacement StringAYRS45
INS T I T U T IONAL EQUIPMEN T
All-In-One Archery Cart
Item No. A4400
Completely mobile, compact cart complete with bows, targets, arrows, target stands and accessories. Cart is made from rugged 1in. 18 gauge steel tubing with an all-weather durable black powder coat, weather resistant zinc plated hardware and 6in. diameter heavy-duty, all-terrain molded wheels.
Straw Target Mats
Item No. A50 36in. Diameter 1 Item No. A502 48in. Diameter
Traditional straw-filled target Hand stitched for stability Durable and long-lasting Suitable for adult traditional bows
Wheeled Black Target Stand
Item No. A5000
Easy-to-move, sturdy and stable. Durable powder coat finish. For use with 36in. and 48in. targets.
Tripod Target Stand
Item No. A5005
Heavy-duty, black powder coated tripod stand for 36in. targets only.
Item No. A339
Sturdy, steel construction Keeps arrows safe Visible and convenient
Archery Cart Kit Includes:
(3) Foam Target (3) 36in. (10 Ring) Target Face (3) Tripod Target Stand (3) Titan Bow (3) Firebird Bow (1) (72 Arrows) 28in. SafetyGlass Vaned Arrows (6) Armguard (3) Shooting Glove (Medium) (3) Shooting Glove (Large) (3) Ground Quiver (1) ABCs Of Archery Manual
Item No. A 7040 Small 1 Item No. A 70403 Large
Western T ab
Item No. A 703
Double-thickness, top cowhide
Item No. A709
Comfort and protection at a great value. Stays secure with Velcro closures.
Item No. A1
Polyethylene armguard designed for institutional use.
53in. L x 25in. W x 28.5in. H
7.25 188.8.131.52 5
inches inches inches inches
AXLE TO AXLE
PEAK DRAW WEIGHT (LBS.) DRAW LENGTH RANGE (INCHES)
25.5 to 30.5
25 to 30
26 to 31
26 to 30
22 to 28
15 to 27
AVAILABLE COLORS/ FINISHES
Pre-Stretched Contra-Band HP
Contra-Band Contra-Band Contra-Band
*Speed rating attained at 28in., 50lbs. with a 250 grain arrow. **Speed rating attained at 27in., 50lbs. with a 250 grain arrow.
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Bear Archery Corporate Headquarters 817 Maxwell Ave. Evansville, IN 47711 800-694-9494 (Customer Service) Bear Archery Mfg. and Warranty Service 4600 S.W. 41st Blvd. Gainesville, FL 32608
2010 Bear Archery, Inc. AB2011C
2011 Owners Manual
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Important Bow Information Archery Safety & Warnings Bow Diagrams Care & Maintenance Bow/Cam Adjustments Initial Bow Setup Arrow Selection Information Warranties 26 3-5 6-7 8-9 10-11 12-18 19-25-
Record important bow information here and keep for future reference. Model:__________________________ Weight Range:___________________ Draw Length:____________________ String Length:___________________ Cable Length:___________________
Purchased From:_________________ Date Purchased:__________________ Serial Number:___________________ 2
Congratulations! Your new Bear Archery compound bow is the finest available. It has been engineered for accuracy, long life, and built with quality and pride. No other bow delivers a higher performance to value ratio than a Bear. We know how much you are going to enjoy your new bow. For this reason, we ask you read the Care and Maintenance section carefully to learn how easy it is to maintain the quality, performance and level of satisfaction you expect from a Bear Archery product. ENJOY YOUR NEW BOW!
! IMPORTANT LIMB ! ! INFORMATION !
Your new Bear Archery bow uses the latest technology in limb design. This creates a limb capable of storing optimal amounts of energy unlike any other bow in the industry. For that reason, the use of limb mounted accessories such as vibration dampeners must be restricted. These particular accessories MUST NOT BE mounted more than 2 inches from the limb pockets. Mounting limb accessories more than 2 inches away from the pockets, particularly clamping type accessories, can potentially damage the limbs and void the warranty. See the illustration below. 2 MAX
Limb mounted accessories CAN BE MOUNTED IN THIS REGION OF THE LIMB ONLY.
! IMPORTANT PRESS ! ! INFORMATION !
Due to the innovative and advanced design of your Bear Archery bow limbs, it is of the utmost importance that your bow ONLY BE PRESSED IN PROPER BOW PRESSES. Traditional style presses that use rollers to apply pressure only to the mid section of the limbs CANNOT BE USED. Only presses that are capable of applying pressure to the last 2 of the limbs should be utilized, as illustrated below !NOTE! Limb bolts MUST be backed out 4 complete turns prior to pressing a bow equipped with flare quad limbs and 3 complete turns for bows equipped with max pre-load quad limbs.
DO NOT USE THIS STYLE PRESS ARMS APPROVED BOW PRESSES: For the most up to date and accurate list, please visit your local Bear Archery dealer or www.BearArcheryProducts.com Failure to adhere to this list of presses can result in immediate failure of the limbs, possible injury and void the manufacturers warranty.
Certain bow models require the use of fixed stops to prevent the press forces from pushing the bow out of the bottom of the press
Bow press MUST only be applied to the outer 2 of limb tips.
Press must ONLY apply pressure to the limbs in this area.
Press should be capable of adjusting to the risers full length
! SAFETY FIRST !
Before using this equipment, read and follow these manufacturers instructions carefully. If you have any questions, contact the manufacturer or a qualified dealer. Dry-firing a bow severely reduces the life expectancy of the bow and may cause immediate damage to the bow resulting in injury to yourself or others. Never dry-fire your bow! Never pull back and release the bowstring without an arrow attached to the string. Your bow is designed to transfer energy to a properly weighted arrow. Shooting underweight arrows has the same effect as dry-firing a bow and may cause serious injury. Use the proper arrow for you and your bow. If you are unsure about your arrow choice, contact your local Bear Archery dealer or an arrow manufacturer. Do not use wooden or fiberglass arrows. They are not designed for use with this compound bow and may cause serious injury. Use the proper arrow for you and your bow. If you are unsure about your arrow choice, contact your archery dealer or an arrow manufacturer. Inspect your arrows and nocks regularly. Immediately discard any dented, split, splintered or otherwise damaged arrows and replace cracked or broken nocks. Do not draw your bow beyond its maximum draw length as damage to the limbs, cables and strings could occur. The use of safety glasses is recommended with any archery product.
Targets and Hunting Safety
Be sure of your target. Bowhunters often wear camouflage and are difficult to identify. Never aim at anything you dont intend to shoot. Never point or aim a drawn bow at another person. Never draw or shoot when anyone is between you and your target. Never shoot at a target or object unless you are sure that it can stop your arrows. Make sure the area behind and around your target is clear. Before shooting, be sure that no part of the bow will strike any tree branches or other obstacles. Never shoot arrows straight up in the air or in any direction where you might destroy property or endanger life.
Are these items in good condition? Properly installed? In working order? ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ Cables String String Serving Loop/Nock set Cable Slide ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ Sight Arrow Rest Arrow Nocks Arrow Shafts Set Screws
Understanding your bow and its component parts will add to your archery enjoyment. Although bows differ in performance and features, these photos represent the components available in various combinations on most models. Being familiar with this information will help you with the instructions throughout this manual. Also, you can refer to these photos when ordering parts or making technical inquiries.
Weighted Axle Dampeners Cable with Split Yoke
Flare Quad Limbs
Limb Bolt Assembly
Arc String Suppressor
Cable Slide Arrow Rest Mounting Holes
Sight Window and Mounting Holes
Roller Cable Guard
Stabilizer Mounting Hole
Max Pre-Load Quad Limbs
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
With proper care and a minimum amount of routine maintenance, your bow will be kept in top condition. However, it is still important to carefully inspect your bow on a regular basis. Cleaning Your bow should be kept clean of dust, mud and grime. Use a damp soft cotton cloth to remove dirt and moisture. Do not use solvents such as acetone or mineral spirits as they may ruin the finish. Storage and Transportation Avoid exposing your bow to temperatures over 150 degrees. Excessive heat may damage your bow. Do not leave your bow unprotected in your vehicle on a hot sunny day or store in a hot attic or other hot enclosed area. Clean your bow thoroughly after each use. Never put your bow away wet or store it in a damp place. Lightly oil all steel parts (axles, mounting screws) to prevent rust. You can relax the limbs if storing for more than a year. Follow the instructions under Peak Draw Weight Adjustment in the bow adjustment section. Bow Presses Use only double-pull type APPROVED bow presses. A double-pull bow press draws your bow down at two points on the riser. Older style single-pull bow presses that contact the bow only in the grip area can result in bent or broken risers. To reduce unnecessary stress on the riser, back off the limb bolts 2-3 turns before placing in a press. See page 4 and/or www.BearArcheryProducts.com for additional bow press information.
Lubrication Your Bear Archery compound bow requires very little lubrication. Wipe the cable guard periodically with a dry cloth to keep the cable slide running smoothly and free of dust. Cam and idler wheel bearings do not require lubrication. If other lubrication is necessary, use white lithium grease or Teflon lubricants. Avoid excessive lubrication of any item, as this can attract dirt. On hunting bows, avoid lubricants with obvious odors. String and Synthetic Cable Maintenance Regularly apply a high quality bowstring wax to your string and synthetic cable system. Regular waxing protects your cables and strings from abrasion, wear and separation. Smear the wax into position. Then, rub it gently with your fingers or a soft piece of leather to work the wax into the strands. Replace frayed or worn bowstrings and cables immediately. Bear Archery strongly recommends replacing the bowstring and cable annually. Please visit your local Bear Archery dealer for assistance.
Peak Draw Weight Adjustment Bear Archery bows have a 10 pound peak weight adjustment range. If your bow is equipped with limb bolt lock downs, make sure these screws (small single button head screw attached to riser through tang protruding from underneath the limb pocket) are loosened before making any weight adjustments. Using a 7/32 hex wrench, turn the limb bolts clockwise to increase peak weight and counterclockwise to reduce peak weight. Bow weight will increase or decrease approximately two to four pounds per turn. IMPORTANT Both limb bolts must be adjusted equally. Likewise, do not turn one limb bolt more than two turns ahead of the other when making adjustments. Finally, limb bolts must never be backed out more than 3 full turns on bows that are equipped with max preload quad limbs. Do not back out the limb bolts more that 4 full turns for bows equipped with flare quad limbs. Bows with limb bolt lockdowns: After all tuning adjustments have been made; engage the limb bolt lock down screws. Screws should be snug against the limb pocket tang.
CounterClockwise Decreases Peak Weight Limb Bolt Assembly
Clockwise Increases Peak Weight
Limb Bolt Lockdown Tang & Screw
Adjusting Draw Length Perimeter Weighted Modular Single Cam ( size module draw length adjustment) Bow model: Carnage Draw length 184.108.40.206.26.25.5 Module # 10 220.127.116.11.5.5 5
ONLY RH MODULES ON RIGHT HAND CAMS AND LH MODULES ON LH CAMS!
The perimeter weighted single cam has a modular draw length adjustment. All draw length adjustments can be made without the use of a bow press. Draw length changes are made by simply changing modules and moving the draw stop. Accessory modules are available from your local Bear Archery dealer in half-inch draw length increments. Each module is numbered, with #10 being the longest draw length and #5 being the shortest. To change modules remove the socket head cap screws from the present module, remove that module and replace with a new module. Such module draw length adjustments will not affect peak draw weight. Modules are right and left hand specific. USE When a module is changed, the draw stop must also be moved to the corresponding setting marked on the cam. Refer to the images on the next page for additional reference.
Module number engraved in module
Perimeter Weight Module Mounting Screws Draw stop increments must match module number
Draw Stop Screw
5.5 Draw Position 9.5 Draw Position 8.5 Draw Position 6.5 Draw Position
7.5 Draw Position
Adjusting Draw Length Perimeter Weighted Modular Single Cam (1 size module draw length adjustment) Bow model: Mauler Attack Assault The perimeter weighted single cam has a modular draw length adjustment. Most draw length adjustments can be made without the use of a bow press. Draw length changes are made by simply changing modules and moving the draw stop. Accessory modules are available from your local Bear Archery dealer in one-inch draw length increments. Each module is numbered, with #10 being the longest draw length and #5 being the shortest. To change modules remove the socket head cap screws from the present module, remove that module and replace with a new module. Such module draw length adjustments will not affect peak draw weight. Modules are right and left hand specific. USE ONLY RH changed, the draw stop must also be moved to the corresponding setting marked on the cam.
MODULES ON RIGHT HAND CAMS AND LH MODULES ON LH CAMS! When a module is
Additionally, fine draw length adjustments of inch can be made by removing the bowstring from the standard dot string post and reattaching it to either the + or - string posts on the cam. Moving the string to the + post will increase draw length by and moving the string to the - post will decrease draw length by. To make such adjustments, it is first necessary to remove tension from the harness system of the bow by compressing the bow in a bow press. A fixed or portable bow press must be used! Under NO circumstances can this relaxing of the harness system be accomplished by simply backing out limb bolts. Refer to the images on the next page for additional reference.
Standard dot Post
+ Post Module
Module Mounting Screws
Draw Stop Screw Standard dot Post - Post Draw stop increments must match module number
Adjusting Draw Length Inner Cam System Bow model: Strike Charge The inner cam system allows the bow to be adjusted to all of its draw length positions without the use of separate individual modules and does not require a bow press for draw length adjustments at 1 increments. Draw length changes are made by first removing the socket head cap screw that secures the inner cam unit. Next, move the inner cam unit to the desired draw length and reinstall the screw in the corresponding hole. The cam itself is marked with draw length increments where #10 is the longest setting and #6 is the shortest. Such draw length adjustments will not affect peak draw weight. When the inner cam unit is repositioned to adjust draw length, the draw stop must also be moved to the corresponding setting marked on the cam. Draw stop must be positioned so that the side marked OUT faces out. Additionally, fine draw length adjustments of inch can be made by removing the bowstring from the standard dot string post and reattaching it to either the + or - string posts on the cam. Moving the string to the + post will increase draw length by and moving the string to the - post will decrease draw length by. To make such adjustments, it is first necessary to remove tension from the harness system of the bow by compressing the bow in a bow press. A fixed or portable bow press must be used! Under NO circumstances can this relaxing of the harness system be accomplished by simply backing out limb bolts. Refer to the images on the next page for additional reference.
+ post Standard dot post Draw stop MUST FACE OUT
Inner cam screw
Inner cam unit Draw length increments engraved in cam
Standard dot post
Draw stop screws Draw stop increments MUST MATCH draw length setting
Adjusting Draw Length Rotating Modular Cam System with MultiDraw The adjustable multidraw cam equipped bow can be configured to provide a draw length from 14 to 27 in 1 intervals. No bow press is required to adjust the multidraw cam system. To adjust the draw length, first remove the socket head cap screw located in the rotating module. Next rotate the module to the desired draw length and reinstall the screw in the corresponding hole. It may be necessary to pull the cable away from the module to provide clearance for the module to rotate, see the picture below. Next perform the same operation on the opposite cam. Be sure that both the top and bottom cams are set to the same draw length position. The adjustable cam operates on a sliding poundage scale where an increase in draw length also provides an increase in peak draw weight. This allows the bow to grow with the archer. The chart below shows the peak draw weight at each draw length for the 40 and 50 pound peak bows.
Module Mounting Screw Cam Right or left hand designation
Draw Length printed on module
INITIAL BOW SETUP
Before you can safely and effectively shoot your bow, a number of specific initial bow setup steps must be taken. These steps can be performed on your own, if your level of expertise is adequate. Or, your local Bear Archery dealer can help you. Arrow Rest Installation & Setup Arrow rests should be installed according to the manufacturers specifications. The first adjustment you need to perform is setting the vertical height of your arrow rest. When properly adjusted, your arrow rest should align the centerline of the arrow with the center of the two holes used to mount the rest to the riser. To check this, place an arrow in the rest and nocked on the string. Visually confirm the center of the arrow passes directly through the center of the arrow rest mounting holes when viewed from the side. If not, adjust your rest up or down to correct. Next, the rest should be adjusted for proper Centershot. With an arrow in the rest and nocked on the string, firmly hold another arrow against the inside of the riser near the arrow rest mounting holes as illustrated. Look down the arrows and verify that the arrows are parallel to each other. In other words, the spacing between the two arrows should be the same along the entire length of the arrows. If not, adjust your rest side to side to correct. This is only your initial centershot and additional fine tuning may be required depending on your shooting style and equipment. Please refer to the images on the next page for further reference.
Place arrow firmly against inside of riser as shown.
Arrow rest should support the arrow in such a way that the arrows centerline passes directly through the center of the two arrow rest mounting holes.
Arrows should be parallel along their entire length.
Nocking Point and Nock Adjustment Now that the initial centershot setting is complete, you need to verify your arrow nocking point. Install the nocking point or string loop on the bowstring so that when an arrow is nocked it creates a 90 degree angle to the string. Another option is to use a process similar to the one used to determine centershot. With an arrow in the rest and nocked on the string, firmly hold another arrow against the shelf of the riser as illustrated. Look down the arrows and verify that the arrows are parallel. In other words, the spacing between the two arrows should be the same along the entire length of the arrows. If not, adjust your nocking point up or down to correct. At this time, adjust arrow fletch position to correspond with the arrow rest you are using. Such adjustments are done by simply rotating or replacing the arrows nock. Carefully position the nock to provide proper fletch clearance through the arrow rest. Your local Bear Archery dealer can show you how to do this or can provide the service for you. Please refer to the images on the next page for further reference. Install All Accessories After your arrow rest and nocking point are installed correctly you will need to install all other accessories such as sights, quivers, silencers, peep sights, stabilizers, etc. Before mounting ANY accessories to the limbs, Refer to page 3 for important limb information.
Place arrow firmly against shelf of riser as shown.
Arrows should be parallel along their entire length
Sight Adjustment When first sighting in your new bow or bow sight, the key thing to remember is Chase the arrows. In other words if your arrows are hitting the target to the right of the bulls-eye, move your sight to the right. If the arrows hit high on the target, raise your sight.
In the picture above, the arrows are hitting the target high and to the right of the bulls-eye. To correct this, adjust your sight up and to the right. Remember, Chase the arrows.
Arrow selection depends on the peak draw weight, let-off and draw length settings of your bow. Refer to arrow manufacturers arrow selection tables using this information. The International Bowhunters Organization (IBO) allows a minimum of five grains arrow weight per pound of peak weight. Arrow weight is the total combined weight of your arrow nock insert, and point or broadhead. To determine the lightest arrow you can safely shoot, use the following format:
Peak Draw Weight (Lb)
Multiply by 5 Grains per Pound
Minimum Safe Arrow Weight (Grains)
Shooting arrows below these minimum weight requirements will void the warranty. Using arrows below five grains per pound of peak weight can approach dry-fire conditions and can severely reduce the life of your bow, and may cause serious injury. Contact your local Bear Archery pro shop or arrow manufacturers for arrow selection recommendations. The weight of the arrow you select can be determined as follows: 1. From an arrow chart, find the weight of your arrow shaft based on the size and length. 2. Add the weight of your broadhead or point. 3. Add 35 grains to cover the nock, insert, and fletching. For example.
Point Mag 125 (+125 Gr)
Other (+35 Gr)
Total Weight (=400 Gr)
NOTE: It is always best to use a grain scale when available.
Bear Archery Warranty Statement
All Bear Archery compound bows are backed with a Limited Lifetime Warranty to the original owner. This warranty applies to limbs, risers, and cams. This warranty consists of the following programs: Limbs: 100% covered at no charge for the first 5 years, 50% of replacement cost after. Risers: Lifetime Warranty. Cams: Lifetime Warranty. Original Owner: Warranty applies only to the original owner and is not transferable. Proof of purchase may be required. Items Not Covered: Cables, strings, bearings, paint and/or film dipped finishes resulting from normal wear and tear are not included in this warranty. Damage Not Covered: Damage caused by abuse, mishandling, dry firing, alteration or modification made to original products are not covered under this warranty. The use of any bow press other than those approved by Bear Archery will void this warranty. Additionally, shooting of arrows less than 5 grains per pound of peak draw weight will void this warranty. Bear Archery reserves the right to make parts substitutions on warranty coverage at Bear Archerys sole discretion, for any reason. Bow Warranty Registration: For this warranty to be in effect, the on-line warranty registration process must be completed at BearArcheryProducts.com and submitted within 30 days of purchase. Traditional Bows: 1 year Limited Warranty to the original owner. Youth Bows: 90 Day Limited Warranty to the original owner.
In the event a bow requires warranty service, please contact the Bear Archery Customer Department at 800-694-9494 for a return authorization (RA) number and return shipping instructions. For full warranty details, please log on to BearArcheryProducts.com for further information. Key Contact data: Dealer 800 Number: 800-694-9494 Dealer Fax Number: 812-467-1245 Web: www.BearArcheryProducts.com 2009 Bear Archery
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