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About this product
- Product InformationThe BowTech Destroyer 350 is designed to be precise because it offers a shock-free, quick, and easy draw. The OverDrive Binary synchronized dual cam system on the BowTech bow allows it to have a shooting speed of 350 feet per second so users will hit moving targets every time. The heavy duty bow uses HardCore Limbs technology to increase its durability while reducing the amount of stress put on the limbs during use. It does this by storing the energy in the limbs of the heavy duty bow. Additionally, the BowTech bow has limbs made of a lightweight carbon core that reduces the amount of vibration and noise as well as provide an energy efficient physical response. No matter what time of year, the BowTech Destroyer 350 can handle all types of weather and environmental conditions. The coating on the BowTech bow makes it soft to the touch and it insulates the hands during cold weather. This allows the users to have more accurate control of the bow even when it is cold.
- ModelDestroyer 350
- MPNDoes Not Apply
- IBO Speed342 - 350 fps
- Draw Weight40lbs.,41lbs.,42lbs.,43lbs.,45lbs.,46lbs.,47lbs.,48lbs.,49lbs.,50lbs.,51lbs.,52lbs.,53lbs.,54lbs.,55lbs.,56lbs.,57lbs.,58lbs.,59lbs.,60lbs.,61lbs.,62lbs.,63lbs.,64lbs.,65lbs.,66lbs.,67lbs.,68lbs.,69lbs.,70lbs.
- Draw Length25in.,26in.,27in.,28in.,29in.,30in.
- Overall Bow Length30in.
- DexterityRight Hand
Most relevant reviews
- kjett2010Feb 01, 2017by
Can not believe how smooth this thing is to shoot. Its comfortable and a blast to shoot. This thing is fast. There is no vibration in this thing once fired.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- ndfisherJun 21, 2016by
This bow is a fast and easy to shoot bow. Easy to adjust draw length without bow press.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- wombaroo2009May 11, 2012by
the most accurate speed bow in its class
I am an experienced archer - not a professional and owned many bows including 2 PSE X-force speed bows. The Destroyer 350 is superior AND MORE FORGIVING than any bow with comparable axle length and speed. Its pure joy! But you will need disciplined form and comfortable poundage to shoot it well. 1. Its perfectly balanced - it rolls forward off the hand without a heavy stabiliser. 2. Its super quiet and super fast and very light. 3. DEADLY ACCURATE with reasonable form. 4. Its a synchronised cam system with twin yokes! And thats simply unbelievable! NOTHING beats twin yokes for adjusting and offsetting side pressure caused by cable guards. All manufacturers have been plagued by this type of torque induced limb twist. I have returned single yoke bows with excessive cam lean and put up with others that simply wont paper tune satisfactorily, sending arrows wiggling down range. (I currently have a another bow with its centre-shot pulled in towards the riser). Cam lean is the enemy of X-ring accuracy. So why dont all bows have twin yoked cams? Because until Bowtech designed the Destroyer twin yokes were awful for maintaining cam timing (without frequent bow pressing). This is why most bows are single yoke hybrids or yokeless binarys (slaved cams) which more or less stay in time, but very difficult to eliminate cam lean. Until the Destroyer gave us the best of both worlds! The Destroyer gives me all the benefits of a twin yoke system with the rock solid timing of a binary system. INGENIOUS! Theyve geared the cams to the axles so they cant get out of sync, allowing both cables to be yoked. And it works a treat. For me the Destroyer tuned straight down the middle of the riser, shot bullet holes through paper and has absolutely zero cam lean. I put on a TruGlo sight and set the 10 metre pin and squashed up all the other pins - no pin gap. Then I walked back and I swear the truth - I shot the same 2 cm dot at 20, 30 and 40 metres (1 arrow each). I missed 3 inches left and 1 inch down at 48 metres and tried again at 48 and got my second shaft within 1 inch of my first. This was my very first range test after setting my 10m pin. I had trouble doing this on the 2nd walk back test. Heck, I had trouble believing it wasnt a fluke - but what does that tell you about the bow? Read full review
- lkn_choppersFeb 18, 2011by
2010 Bowtech Destroyer 350
The 2010 Bowtech Destroyer 350 is a great shooting bow. The draw cycle is a little stiffer than some of the single cam bows I have owned. To remedy the stiffer draw cycle you can reduce the peak draw weight a couple of pounds to compensate for the stiffer draw and still shoot much faster than most other bows. I went from shooting a Diamond Black Ice @ 68 lbs and 275 fps to a Bowtech Destroyer set at 60 lbs shooting 295 fps both shooting the same 405 grain arrow. The Bowtech Destroyer 350 is a great hunting bow and target bow with little hand shock and vibration.
- thebodfatherJul 13, 2012by
The best, smoothest and fastest bow I have ever owned. AAA+ Go Bowtech
I didnt know what to expect when I bought this bow but so far it is the best bow I ever bought. This bow is the true epitamy of speed and smooth shooting. I have my bow set up at 58lbs and 305 grain arrows shooting 320 feet per second yes thats right 320 feet per second at 58lbs. I have always been a speed freak and now I have it and its kind of scary. 1 pin out to 40 yards is awesome.