2016 Elite, Hoyt and Mathews Bows Are Here!
More Difficult than You’d ExpectLet the trained staff at Clarence Archery in
Snow Shoe, Pennsylvania, help you make the right selection in choosing compound bows. Because all shooters aren’t the same in terms of size and skill, we advise you on choosing the right bow.
If you are new to the sport of archery, or if you need a new model for bow hunting, we educate you on certain aspects of bows to guarantee the one you choose meshes with your shooting style. This will improve your accuracy on the range or in the field.
- Brace Height – Distance between the Bow Grip’s Throat & the String
- Physical Weight of the Bow
- Axle to Axle Length – Bow Length Measured from the Axle of the Top Idler Wheel to the Axle of the Lower Cam
- Let-Off – Percentage of Weight Subtracted from the Bow’s Advertised Draw Weight
- IBO Speed Rating – Calculated by Shooting a 350-Grain Arrow at 70 Lbs. of Draw
Weight & 30 Inches of Draw Length
- Draw Length – Determined by Several Varying Methods
- Draw Weight – Minimum & Maximum Amount of Weight Required to Draw
the Bow Fully
- String – Quality Bowstring Increases Bow Performance to a Higher Level
- Cable – Attached to the Bowstring & Work with Cams During the Draw Process &
- Serving – Center Material Wrapped around the Bowstring Protects the Central Area from Wear & Tear of Arrow Attaching
At our store, we carry traditional bows and accessories from Martin™, Bear™, and Hoyt™. These come with a lifetime warranty to the original owner on non-wear items. We also carry a limited amount of used equipment on consignment and a wide selection of pre-made arrows.