Browning Archery Compound Bows
Compound bows are identifiable by the systems of strings and pulleys that are used as opposed to a simple string from top to bottom. They are engineered specifically to be easy to use, reducing the force needed to hold the string at full draw, making it easier to know when you have reached full draw. A wide range of Browning archery compound bows are available.What is a compound bow?
These bows are designed using a special system of lines and pulleys to bend the limbs. This advanced system of pulleys transfers the force applied by pulling on the drawstring to the bow limbs, going through a system of cam tracks that transfer the force from the drawstring that the archer pulls on to a secondary line that is attached to the bow limbs. Changing how these tracks are designed makes it possible to alter the way that the system functions when being drawn. Depending on how it is changed, it can make it easier for the archer to draw the bow and hold it at full draw while aiming at the target.What are the benefits of a compound bow?
The advanced engineering and design that go into the creation of a compound bow make it possible to do various things with materials and structure. The design offers several benefits, some of which include these:
- Materials: The materials used in the construction of compound bows are strong and rigid. When the drawstring is pulled back, the limbs of the bow are very still. This increases energy efficiency since less energy is wasted in making the limbs move around, and less wasted energy means more energy transferred to the arrow, which leads to increased velocity and power.
- Accuracy: A side effect of the advanced materials and construction methods, the bow is less susceptible to decreases in accuracy caused by fluctuations in temperature or humidity.
- Efficient draw: The cams used for the arrow draws are designed to maximize the energy efficiency of the draw and make it easier to hold the string to full draw.
- Draw stops: Compound bows can have special rubber blocks that provide a solid surface for the user to draw back to. These blocks are designed to stop the drawstring at the exact point of the user's optimal draw length, making it easier to maintain consistency for archers who are less experienced.
Browning archery compound bows are made for both left-hand and right-hand dexterity. Beyond that, there are a few features to consider when choosing a Browning compound bow.
- Color: Browning bows are available in a range of colors, including black, blue, brown, and green.
- Draw length: The draw length of these archery compound bows ranges from less than 27 inches to 32 inches.
- Draw weight: Several draw weights are available, ranging from 20 pounds to 70 pounds.