Bear's New Motive 6 Revealed at ATA Show
Bear Archery was one of the first companies to come into the compound bow market and has striven to maintain its quality and continue to improve its bows. Archery Time's Bob Robertson reports on the company's new Motive 6, which premiered at the 2013 ATA Trade Show in Louisville, Ky.
The Motive 6 has a 6-inch brace height, is 32 inches axle to axle, and shoots 350 feet per second, but only weighs 4 pounds.
"Brand new from Bear Archery this season is the H13 synchronized cam system, which produces the power behind this bow," Josh Sidebottom, engineering manager of Bear Archery, explains. "This cam system allows the bow to have a smooth draw all the way back to the back wall. It has rotating modules, so there are no modules or cams required to change your draw lengths."
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