Innovation and Affordability: PSE Compound Bows
Among the many producers of compound bow creators, there are some that are innovative and known well. Those are the PSE compound bows. Sticking to tried and true methods that have worked, as well as forging forward to strive to find new methods that make a compound bow even better, PSE compound bows are solid and trustworthy. Each bow's add-ons and risers are made of lightweight but solid aluminum, not to mention using the four phase technique used in forging the risers to produce dependable and sturdy products.
PSE compound bows have several models that it can boast and push along the line to make its own deserved space in the compound bow world, many of which are very popular among various hunters. A popular brand with popular bows, there are a few that stick out of the exemplary crowd, defining exactly what PSE stands for, and detailing the exact attention to value and quality that they are known for, right along with innovation.
PSE compound bows have been long running with the Nova series, which has been in production since 1997. The Nova series has been enhanced over the years with various additions and tweaks that has given each in the series its own charm. Each has its own unique cam system, set up a little bit differently than the rest, but they have a smooth, easy and manageable draw no matter who the user. Easily affordable and great for the beginning hunter, the Nova series, no matter which one you pick up is a solid choice, especially if you are just starting off and want to save a bit of money as well.
A small but fast bow that seems to be designed perfectly for tree hunters, the Thunderbolt X is a quite new and efficient bow. Its small size makes it perfect for lugging up to a tree stand or even wielding while in a ground blind stand. With seven vibration dampers, it greatly reduces the strain and recoil on the bow hunter, as well as reducing unnecessary noise. Along with its small size, its relatively light weight of about four pounds without accessories makes it easy to use as well. Sturdy and smooth with its Hyper split limb pockets, marked with a contoured wooden grip, making it easy to hold as well as to shoot. The Thunderbolt X combines all of the quality and innovative ideals of the PSE Company, and as far as PSE compound bows go, this one is a solid choice.
As far as PSE compound bows go, the Stinger is perfect for those on a budget as well as those who are just beginning. This is another model of the PSE compound bows made perfectly for the beginner. Though most of the more affordable bows have plastic material for the limb pockets, the Stinger uses aluminum, so the limb alignment stays put for the life of the bow. Manageable in size, relatively lightweight, and with all the standard features without gouging the prices, the Stinger is an excellent choice for that brand new hunter who doesn't want to spend too much.