Okie wrote:Well Ive got to be honest. I have been out of the "New Bow Market for about ten to fifteen years so I am unfamiliar with the bow but...I can tell you with the other stuff that was attached you didnt get hurt. Shoot I think it would be a great rig to bowfish with, for that price!
I did do a little digging to see what I could find out about your bow. It was probably purchased around 2003, with a MSRP of about $633.00
The following is a review written about the bow:
High Country Archery
Simply by pivoting a lever on the new PerfXCam, you can choose one of three draw-weight ranges. For example, bow models with the heaviest draw weights have a total range of 45-80 pounds. Within this range, you can set the lever for draw-weight ranges of 45-60, 55-70, or 65-80 pounds. In addition, each PerfXCam has a draw length range of 6 inches, and you can choose 65 or 80-percent letoff.
High Country's Military Grade Carbon Tough Bows are the lightest on the market, weighing just over 2 pounds. HCA says it will honor the lifetime warranty even if you're shooting arrows at 3 grains per pound of draw weight.
New for 2003 is the Max-Xtreme in lengths of 32 and 37 inches, which complements other bows previously in the carbon line Â– the SSR, Triple S, Carbon Force, Carbon 4-Runner, and Carbon Lite. The new Max-Xtreme and the 4-Runner also are made in machined-aluminum versions. HCA builds several other aluminum models.
These bows are equipped with patented V-Split limbs encased in a Vibra Flex Armor Limb Shield, which prevents abrasion, splintering, feathering, and dents. Inside the pivoting brass limb pockets, Super S-D Tech Pacs reduce vibration and noise. HCA offers complete accessory packages for its bows.
This is the best I could do - But I'd fool with it and see what I could do with the draw length - 99% of the fun of owning something especially if you get a good deal on it, is getting to see what makes it tick.
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