The PSE Inertia compound bow balances a high-end performance Pro series bow with a low, non-expensive price point. This bow strikes a sweet spot with the overall frame which is 31.125 inches axle-to-axle and it has a brace height of 6". It is the type of bow that is perfect for the hunter who doesn't wish to go all out with their hunting needs.
The Inertia is powered by the IC Cam system. This is the same system we've seen before on the Dream Season Decree. This cam allows the arrows to be shot at up to 348 fps. The bow has a 6" brace height and a draw length of 29 inches. There are a variety of draw weights depending on the bow. These are 50 pounds, 60 pounds or 70 pounds.
The bow is one of the better priced bows from the PSE Pro Series line for the season. It has been released by the company with a MSRP of only $799.99.
The bow is available in three different finish options of Black, Mossy Oak Break-Up Country, and Skullworks 2.
The Inertia was added to the PSE line up for the 2016 season as an integral part of the Pro Series of bows. Take a look at the selection of Drive R compound bows for sale displayed below.
IC Cam System
Center Lock Pockets
X-Tech Split Limbs
PSE Inertia Bow Specs
Draw Weights : 50, 60, 70 lbs
Draw Length : 29"
Axle to Axle : 31.125"
Brace Height : 6”
Mass Weight : 3.9 lbs
Effective Let Off : 75%
IBO Speed : 340-348 fps
What they're saying in the forums about the PSE Inertia
Just a FYI to all the future inertia owners, the bow really seems to shoot best with the timing marks just on the edge of the cable on the string side. Mine was 10fps slower with a non existent valley on the riser side of the cable. If you demo one and don't like the feel, reference the timing marks and see where they line up.
It had pretty average hunting bow specs and that's what I was looking for. When I picked it up and shot it...as they say...it picked me! It just felt right. Maybe it's just me, but it was a feeling...it was like I'd been shooting the bow for years.
I just loved the feel of the bow, on the draw, at the shot and how quiet it was! It's a PSE, the speed is a given. As soon as I shot the Inertia, I just knew some of my buddies that hunt with PSE's would love it!