Mid priced hunting bows that will save some cash and raise your game in the deer woods this year.
by Derek Benoit February 18th, 2022
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KiIller hunting bows from $500-$850 that meet every need is a guide for anyone who doesn’t have the budget for flagship price tags but wants a capable bow for the woods. With these bows, you can pursue whitetails, gobblers, or get downright western. To better help newer archers (like me) get a sense of what’s out there to fit their needs I listed a gamut of bows with specs covering the below:
- Draw lengths under 27″
- Draw lengths over 30″
- Axel-to-axel length under 31″
- Axel-to-axel length Over 31″
- Light weight bows (under 4lbs)
- Bows available in Left Hand
This list of capable bows is proof positive that one can buy an effective, feature-rich bow without spending flagship dollars. The bonus is being able to afford quality accessories, camo, rain gear, optics, and other necessities for your hunting adventures. No longer is budget a limiting constraint for obtaining a serious hunting rig that will fill your freezers and add some bling to your walls.
|Manufacturer||Model||Price USD||Axel-to-Axel Length inches||Bare Bow Weight lbs||Draw Weights Available||Draw Length Range inches||Available Lefty?|
|Bear||Whitetail Legend Pro||559||30||3.8||45-70||26-30||Y|
|Hoyt||Torrex XT LD||899||30||4.0||40-70||28-31.5||Y|