Crossbow accessories online shopping from Hunting Giant? Hoyt’s new ZTR cam builds on the success of the ZT cam introduced two years ago, but now offers a smoother draw, a harder back wall, and a new mod that lets you quickly adjust for draw length. Also new is an adjustable grip system that moves left and right to aid in comfort and tuning. Hoyt’s super-tough TEC carbon riser provides the platform for this rugged, lightweight bow. Also new, and totally cool, is Hoyt’s Integrate Mounting System, which is machined directly into the riser and allows compatible rests to be securely mounted perfectly flush and square. I don’t typically love the balance and feel of ultralight carbon-riser bows—but that didn’t hold for the Alpha, which settled in nicely at full draw. I shot really tight 3-arrow groups at the company shooting booth, which is hardly conclusive proof of long-range performance but does tell me that the bow naturally points and balances well. Hoyt’s new ZTR cam also provided a really pleasant draw and significantly harder back wall, which a lot of hunters will appreciate. At 342 IBO, the RX-4 Alpha has plenty of speed, but if you want to go even faster, there’s a Turbo version that’s rated at 350 IBO.
Like a few other bows in the list, the Revolt line offers two options for axle-to-axle length. But the big features remain the same. Bowtech releases its Deadlock Cam System with this bow. Using this system, you can move the cams left or right on the axle to position the energy right behind the arrow. Then, you simply lock it in with a screwdriver for permanent accuracy. Options for weight are more limited than most of the other bows with a range of 50-70 pounds. Arrows fly at a max speed of 335 fps. A 26- to 31-inch draw length should fit a lot of adults, and a max weight of 4.4 pounds fits well into the lighter bows on the market this year.
Bear has made a habit of releasing a plethora of models each year that run the gamut of feature sets and price-points, which is a refreshing change of pace in the world of bow-building. The Status EKO is their top dog for 2020 and it’s a looker. It measures 33” in length and has a 6-inch brace height. The EKO Cam system is quick with advertised speeds up to 344 fps. It has four let-off options…75-, 80-, 85- and 90-percent. It weighs in at 4.3 pounds. A cool new feature is the Align Lok leveling system that aids in setting perfect second- and third-axis adjustments of a sight. It retails for $999.
What sets Hunting Giant apart from the competition? We at Hunting Giant are proud to say that our company is unmatched when it comes to quality. With over ten years of experience, we have certainly made a mark in this industry. Our secret to success is a combination of 3 vital ingredients: excellent customer service, unmatched expertise and strong organization. Our company will be in shambles if it weren’t for our team. We were able to successfully grow our company to include people who share the same passion for hunting. We make sure that we are continuously updated with the latest technology and developments in the industry. We also train our team so that they are well-equipped to respond to the concerns of our customers. See even more info on https://huntinggiant.com/.
Here’s a prediction for 2020: The Wicked Ridge M-370 is going to be an incredibly popular option for crossbow hunters. The M-370 checks a lot of boxes. It’s arguably the lightest crossbow ever made, weighing in at just 5.8 pounds. It’s easy to handle, measuring 9.5 inches wide when cocked. It’s plenty fast, driving arrows at 370 fps. And it has TenPoint’s time-proven ACUdraw system. Best of all, it’s offered at an attractive price of about $700. It’s available as a kit with a TenPoint Multi-Line scope, Alpha-Nock arrows, and a quiver.