Bear Archery Arena 34 Review
Quiet, fast, and deadly! If that’s what you are looking for in a bow look no further than Bear Archery’s Arena 34. At 340 fps ibo, its smoking fast. This rig only weighs 4 pounds, and has a 6.5 inch brace height. It’s a light well balanced bow to say at least. Not to mention, it’s a shooter’s dream with a 75% let off. The Arena 34 comes with 50/60/70 pound peak draw weight, and has draw lengths between 26.5 and 31 inches. As for looks, it’s available in five different finishes; Shadow Black, Realtree AP Snow, Realtree xtra with Green, Sand , and Olive. So what we have is a bow for everyone that is second to none when it comes to performance, comfort, or looks.
Some of the features Bear offers on the Arena 34 that helped sell me on the bow was the stout limbs. They are pre loaded quad limbs. The rubber riser inserts to reduce vibration work to perfection. I have no vibration whatsoever when shooting the Arena 34. It’s very easy to keep the bow level while shooting due to the fact Bear put a hinge guard on the bow. I prefer the rubber grip myself, but you can take it off and have a thinner grip. The riser is designed to evenly distribute the limb loads. The Arena 34 offers adjustable string suppressors on the both the top and bottom. Last but not least, the new H 15 hybrid cam offers one the smoothest draw cycles on the market while still delivering the speeds everyone is after.
To me the Arena 34 has the perfect balance to get features you look for in a flagship bow. I highly recommend the bow to 3-d shooters and hunters that like to have the upper hand in the field. It is truly lights out!! So if you’re ready to rise up and walk among legends, check out the Bear Arena 34. After you shoot one, I’m very confident you’ll praise the performance of the bow just like myself.
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