Top 10 Best Compound Bows 2019

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This post will take you through the best compound bows for 2019, according to top compound bow reviewers.

The bows in this review were not also arranged using any criteria. That means it is not arranged with the best leading and the worst coming at the bottom of the list. Follow us as we take you in this ride on the best compound bows for 2019.

1. Hoyt Carbon REDWRX RX-1

This is one of the best compound bows you can get in 2019. The Hoyt Carbon REDWRX RX-1 is the company’s major carbon-fiber.

It comes with a carbon-fiber riser and made by filling perfectly-formed air bladder wrapped in carbon sheets held by a high-strength resin.

Also, the tubes are solidified to the right dimensions, the air bladders are popped, leaving rigid, hollow tubes.  The bow’s tubes are thus fitted to form the riser, leading to a stronger, lighter and also quieter bow.

So, the compound bow has these as features:

  • Let-Off: 80%, 85 percent
  • Brace Height: 6 inches
  • Dimensions: axle-to-axle length 32 inches; weight 3.9 lbs.
  • ATA Velocity: 340 fps
  • Price: $1,599.99

Pros:

  • Quite when shot unlike other “noisy” bows
  • It feels warmer when touched during cold periods
  • The bows come in draw weights of 55 and 65 lbs
  • It is quite fast with a smooth draw cycle

Cons:

  • It weighs a lot more than most normal compound bows
  • The compound bow is quite expensive

2. PSE Carbon Air Stealth EC

Produced in Arizona, the United States by Precision Shooting Equipment (PSE), the bow is made from a monolithic piece of shaped carbon fiber that’s hollow in the centre. The bow is the “poster boy” for carbon-fiber bow technology presently.

This compound bow does not have joints which means it could come with weak links. Also, the PSE Carbon Air Stealth EC is made from space-aged construction, a Stealth that is equally simple – which is a big plus to shooters.

It has the following as features:

  • Let-Off: 65-90 percent
  • Brace Height: 6 inches
  • Dimensions: axle-to-axle length 33 inches; weight 3.3 lbs.
  • ATA Velocity: 342 fps
  • Price: $1,499.99

Pros:

  • Light in weight
  • Smooth on the draw
  • Fast
  • It is quiet to shoot especially in the woods
  • Simple stealth
  • Built with spaced-aged techniques

Cons:

  • It comes with more hand-shock in comparison with other bows in this review
  • The bow has a grip wider than the normal bows

3. Mathews Triax

Although most recent Matthews’ bows have been largely bigger than usual, the Triax is an exception. It is a compact bow with 28-inches axle-to-axle.

The Mathews’ Triax compound bow is loved by many shooters due to the stability is given. This is due to its heavy weight.

With the bow’s roller guard, it also comes with a smooth drawing bows and always as quiet.

This Triax is insanely fast and also offers a great balance, making it one of the most loved Mathew’s bows.

The Triax bow is weighty and offers some shooting stability with these features:

  • Let-Off: 75%, 85%
  • Brace Height: 6 inches
  • Dimensions: axle-to-axle length 28 inches
  • Weight 4.4 lbs
  • ATA Velocity: 343 fps
  • Price: $1,099

Pros:

  • A quiet bow
  • Very compact bow
  • Not as heavy as may Mathews’ bows
  • It comes at a reasonable price

Cons:

  • It is quite short
  • Has zero vibration

4. Bowtech Realm

It is a compact hunting bow and quite short. Also, it makes use of the Overdrive Binary Cam system which is aggressive by certain criteria.

The bow has a Realm which infuses a cage-design riser which many see as more rigid than the usual risers that easily flex whenever under stress.

Equally, it comes with some anti-vibration devices like a Mathews-inspired Orbit Dampener that absorbs vibration without making use of a stabilizer.

If you are in need of a bow that is quite quiet with ease in shooting, then you should go for this Bowtech Realm compound bow.

It is also short with 30.75 inches axle-to-axle, a compact bow with a very long brace height of 7 ⅛ inches.

The Bowtech may not have speed but it could offer more shootability but it is still pretty fast as all-get-out at 340 fps.

It also has several new anti-vibration devices, such as a Mathews-inspired Orbit Dampener that soak ups vibration without the use of a stabilizer.

In addition, the Bowtech has one of the best new grip.

The Rowtech Realm is fairly smooth and can also adjust without a bow press with Bowtech’s new FlipDisk system. This compound bow has the following features:

  • Let-Off: 80%
  • Brace Height: 7 ⅛ inches
  • Dimensions: axle-to-axle length 30.75 inches
  • Weight: 4.3 lbs.
  • ATA Velocity: 340 fps
  • Price: $1,099

Pros:

  • The bow’s height is long
  • It has reduced lateral flexing
  • This bow has an increased accuracy potential
  • The grip is customizable
  • You can easily adjust the Binary Overdrive Cam

Cons:

  • Comes at a bigger weight
  • The bow inches are longer than usual

5. Prime Logic

Since the Parallel Cam Technology came into existence, the Prime Logic is gradually becoming famous among tuners and shooters. It is produced in Michigan by G5 Outdoors and its stubby split limbs are short but effective.

As one who is deepening interest in Prime shooters, it comes with two rubber logo panels which are just for display.

However, its back wall is too firm and can lurch when the draw stops hit the limbs.

This bow has these characteristics:

  • Let-Off: up to 85 percent
  • Brace Height: 7 inches
  • Dimensions: axle-to-axle length 31 inches
  • Weight 4.3 lbs.
  • ATA Velocity: 330 fps
  • Price: $1,119

Pros:

  • A simple eccentric system
  • Has better compatibility than other models from Prime
  • It also has a pure hunting bow that is 7 inches high

Cons:

  • Not as fast as many bows
  • It is not also quieter
  • The bow’s cams are not that adjustable

These are the best compound bows for 2019 which is a product of research from bow reviewers. You can now confidently make your pick from these bows and enjoy a lovely shooting experience with either family or friends.

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