Southland Archery Supply Siege 55 lb 29” Compound Bow Target
Southland Archery Supply Siege 55 lb 29'' Compound Bow Target
- 13 REVIEWS ARROW REST
- 5 REVIEWS DRAW WEIGHT
- 30 REVIEWS GREAT BOW
- 3 REVIEWS DRAW LENGTH
- 9 REVIEWS STARTER BOW
- 5 REVIEWS HAPPY WITH THE PURCHASE
- 4 REVIEWS UPGRADE KIT
- 3 REVIEWS SEEMS LIKE
- 14 REVIEWS COMPOUND BOWS
- 6 REVIEWS ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
- 3 REVIEWS YEARS AGO
- 3 REVIEWS PEEP SIGHT
- 5 REVIEWS GET WHAT YOU PAY
- 4 REVIEWS PIN SIGHT
- 5 REVIEWS CAME WITH NO INSTRUCTIONS
- 4 REVIEWS STRONG ENOUGH
- 6 REVIEWS INSTRUCTIONS FOR ASSEMBLY
- 3 REVIEWS TARGET PRACTICE
- 6 REVIEWS NICE BOW
- 5 REVIEWS EASY TO USE
Draw Length: 29″; Axle to Axle: 41. 5”
Top Positive Review
You can look and look but it will be very difficult to find a bow of this quality in this price range. Between my roommate and his wife they have 5 bows. 2 compound hunting types which go up to very heavy draw weights of 70Lbs or so, and 2 recurves and a long bow. I started archery because of the both of them. I used their compound bows for a while and got rather good with them and I began looking for my own. I didnt wanna spend $400 on a bow like they had my first time out. I did know that I wanted a compund bow with a decent enough draw weight to hunt with. After visiting the local bass pro a few times, and looking online for something for a while, I really just didnt see what I was looking for. I don’t even know how I came across this bow but I’m more than glad I did! It was exactly what I was looking for! I rather fancy the traditional shape of bows but love the power you get from a compound cam system. The sights and arrow rests really suit me as well. Welll… I should say common types found on compound bows. I can’t tell you much about the arrow rest or drop sight that came with this bow because I ordered an upgrade kit at the same time which included the tri-pattern brush arrow rest, 5 pin sight with light, peepsight, stabilizer, d-loop material, and a bowsling for $42!! The kit I bought didnt come with a string silencer but its ok…the bow doesnt have a place to mount one^.^ It has a rather satisfying, and powerful “Thunk” when its shot. This bow impressed my friend who has been practicing archery for 10 years! He didnt believe what I paid for it!! He also said its a great starter bow that will also please an advanced shooter. It has impressive power at the high end and can be turned down for someone who isnt used to a heavy pull. This bow is WELL DESERVING of all the bells and whistles I threw on it and instantly became a monster!! I was happy with the purchase of the bow alone but with all the goodies slapped on…The odds are certainly ever in my favor. *UPDATE* I’m pretty sure with a bow press the draw length is adjustable!! The cam has 3 slots for the string cable to lock into and it comes preset to the middle slot. Not much room for variation as you get 3 choices. The draw length window on this bow is a very common size and with the adjustment up or down 1 notch in length im sure it would fit most anyone^.^ **UPDATE AGAIN** I got my portable bow press today and the draw length IS ADJUSTABLE! As stated before it has only 3 notches in the cam for the length of pull but one of them should work just fine for anyone strong enough to pull it. Upon taking it apart I learned a lot about this bow! The way its strung is pretty simple, and now I understand how they work! The draw weight adjustment loosened up SLIGHTLY when it wasnt under any tension and I was able to tighten it a little bit above what I could while it was. I have yet to test it out as I have to re adjust my peepsight and D-loop before I can shoot. What a purchase though! LOVE this little bow for its uniqueness, accuracy, and power! and PRICE! ***Yet another update!!*** This bow keeps getting better! Among other goodies I have in the works for it….I picked up a string silencer that mounts very easily to the cable guard rod!! This bow has a serious kick and is a bit on the loud side compared to other types. Not only is it now practically mute… its more accurate and the arrows are a bit faster! Less kick too! I would highly recommend this device plus an oversized stabilizer which I have on the way for VERY cheap. Will swap the standard lightweight one that came with my kit for a larger and heavier one, adding a lot of balance and stability, as well as even more noise reduction and accuracy. Bravo This bow!
Top Critical Review
Not worth the price. I do not recommend this bow. If you are expert with 20 years experience you can fix it’s problems. Anyone should avoid this bow and get something else. Pull was over 70 pounds. Got it tested to make sure. Even adjusted to lowest it’s 58 pounds which is way off of stated on box and discription. Adjustment s are very difficult.
Customer Questions & Answers
im 6’2, and mabey 3ft or so from sholder to finger tip, is this big enough?
Answer: Your draw length is calculated by holding both arms out in front with hands together and have someone measure from chest to finger tip and add 2″ so that should answer your question.
When i draw the bow back, am i constant holding the pressure of the 55 lbs like i would a long bow or does it lock in until release?
The beauty of compound bows is that they offer you something called let-off. This bow has a let off of 70%. This means that once the cams activate (you reach the peak of the draw force curve), you will only be holding a a portion of the weight at full draw. For this bow, you would only be holding about 16.5 ??
does it have quiver mounting holes?
Answer: Not sure on the Bow with the stock 2-pin sight. . I bought the Pro Package which came with a 5-pin sight. The Quiver attaches to my 5-pin sight.
now when you say right handed do you mean you hold the bow with your right hand and pull with your left?
Answer: THE MOST RECENT 7-16 ANSWER IS WRONG! ??Right-handed?? means HOLD bow in LEFT hand and PULL string with RIGHT hand.
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