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M120 Sonho 20 ~ 70 libras 30 "arco composto R / H camuflado

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Se você está procurando um grande arco composto para tiro desportivo ou caça da curva, este composto excelente arco é difícil de bater para o desempenho e valor!

O composto M120 Sonho arco tem um estilo tec riser de liga de magnésio para a força, peso leve e estabilidade enquanto os membros de fibra de vidro duplos estão ligados rigidamente por um mecanismo ajustável para que você possa alterar o peso empate entre 20 e 70 libras em incrementos de 3 ~ 4 lb .

Uma grande vantagem de usar um arco composto é sua capacidade de tirar proveito de um IBO (International Bow-caça Organization) de alta velocidade, ao mesmo tempo que reduz o peso empate sentida em comprimento máximo empate. No caso do Sonho M120, este é um 75% let-off, que se traduz em uma exploração desenhar peso de tão pouco um 4kg - Grande quando você estiver desenvolvendo suas habilidades de tiro (para não mencionar os músculos!)

cam design avançado e produção precisa CNC dá-lhe velocidade, suavidade e talvez mais importante, a precisão. Isto é reforçado ainda mais usando o auxílio de libertação tipo de gatilho incluído.

Tudo somado, um arco versátil bem equilibrada e uma curva fantástica para uso geral esporte!

Características:
• arco composto de alto desempenho
• riser de liga de magnésio
• membros de fibra de vidro duplas
• cams de liga de alumínio de alta precisão
• guarda de cabo de aço inoxidável
• Limb montados amortecedores de vibração
• pesos empate Adsjustable e comprimentos

especificações:
Eixo-a-eixo: 30 "
Altura Brace: 8 "
Desenhar peso: 20 ~ 70 libras
Desenhar comprimento: 17 ~ 29 "
Deixe-off: 75%
IBO velocidade: <320fps
Peso: 3.61lb (1.63kgs)

Incluído:
M120 Sonho 20 ~ 70 libras 30 "arco composto R / H
Vista
rest
Estabilizador
Bow quiver montado
estilingue pulso
12 flechas de fibra de carbono
Alvo
auxílio liberação do gatilho
Ferramentas
cera de Cordas
Manual de instruções

notas:
Nunca usar o arco sem flecha, pois isso pode causar danos ao arco
Verifique sempre o estado de todas as partes arco antes de usar
Sempre verifique com as autoridades competentes na sua área antes de usar este arco para a caça.
Supervisão de um adulto necessário
Inspecione Bow regulalrly antes e após o uso

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Michel | Comprador Verificado

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This compound bow package is hard to beat

Apr 12, 2018

We just received the Dream 120 for my girlfriend. We are both pretty new to archery having taken only one course on recurves but I’ve been shooting compound for about a year.
First, the bad: The specs are off…the bow weighs closer to five pounds (with all accessories) than three and a half. The minimum draw weight is closer to 27 Lbs than the indicated 20 Lbs and the let off is to 10-13 lbs. So at minimum draw the let off is closer to 40% and not 70%...this might be different at higher settings. The hexagonal bar that holds the sight interferes with one arrow when using the included quiver. This will need to be modified if we want to use all four quiver spaces. The lamp that is included to light up the sight is very difficult to operate (twist on/off) and will need some work to get it up to par, but at least one is included. The arrow rest is quite tight on the arrow shafts and even tighter as the fletching passes through. This should get better as the bow is used.
Now the good: The bow is actually quite lightweight, very close to other bows (PSE Stinger X, Bear Cruizer, etc.) I have handled and shot… my guess is that the indicated weight doesn’t include accessories. Neither of us had any problem taking and holding a proper stance with this bow. So my suggestion is not to trust the manufacturers specs from any bows but to get a firsthand review or personal trial. The grip and provided sling are comfortable and the lip is large enough to allow a relaxed hold on the grip. The draw weight was perfect, even though we have been using 18lb recurves mostly. Even though the actual draw is off spec. it is low enough for even the lightest of adult/teen archers. We shot at 18m (20 yards) and the arrow flight was quite horizontal even at the lowest draw weight. Assembly was super easy and the included accessories are not bad. They are not great, but even our archery instructor was amazed at what was included for the price. Everything you need with the exception of a target-box or bag is included. A dozen carbon arrows are included but I suggest retightening the field-points as several of mine were loose straight out of the box. Two of the points were actually totally unscrewed and floating around in the box. The arrows are surprisingly good, straight, and would easily cost upwards of 40$ on their own. The included release is solidly made and easy to use but not tension adjustable. Due to the type of release provided (hand grip with a thumb release), you may want to consider purchasing a wrist release until you become proficient at using the bow. The bow does not come with a String Vibration Arrestor or a fitting for it but it does not need one, this bow is quiet and has very little vibration imparted to the riser or grip. Our instructor found this pleasantly surprising for a bow in this price range. Molded foam packaging did an excellent job protecting the bow and accessories during transport. Shooting was consistent and even with the sight still needing to be adjusted, groupings were tight for archers at our skill level. Speaking of adjustments, the instructions indicate mounting the sight and arrow rest on the inside of the shooting ‘window’, do not do this as they will be out of alignment with the peep-hole, string, and cams. The accessories need to be mounted so that everything lines up with the bow-string. We may even need to add some shims or washers to move everything over even more as the current adjustment to get things lined up has the sight and arrow-rest fully to the right and possibly needing to go even further over to the right.
As a beginner to compound bow shooting, this package is hard to beat. I recommend seeking professional instruction and help in adjusting the bow to your size. Safe shooting everyone.
(Note to HK: how about some more left handed bows please)

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