One of the two flagship bows in the 2015 and 2016 Bear Archery line-up is the Bear Arena 30 compound bow. This is a short-framed speed bow measuring 30.5 inches axle-to-axle that is best suited to experienced hunters.

The Bear Arena 30 is an ultra-lightweight hunting bow that puts you exactly on the apex of smooth-use and speed. The bow is very easy to use and comes with a H15 Hybrid cam system, which offers an easier draw cycle and let down, while delivering ultra-fast speeds while you shoot. The bow works well because it comes complete with advanced riser technology with rubber inserts to absorb vibration and sound. In addition, the Bear Arena 30 has numerous other features including: max-preload quad limbs, tight zero tolerance limb pockets, hinge guard, dual string suppressors and removable rubber grip.

A bow that is anything but average, the Bear Arena 30 is very light, weighing only about 3.8lbs which allows for ease of use and transport. You can adjust the draw length anywhere from 25.5" to 30". Its 7" brace height enables it to fire arrows up to 345fps. The bow also has a 30.5" axle-to-axle and has a break draw weight of 70lbs. The Bear Arena 30 has a nice finish complete with Xtra Green Camo. The bow is on the higher-end of the spectrum and as such is ideal for experienced archers. The Bear Arena 30retails for $800 on average.

Browse through the selection of Bear Arena 30 compound bows for sale to find the new hunting bow that will best suit your needs. The bow is available in the Realtree APG finish.

Bow Features

Max Pre-load Quad Limbs
H15 Hybrid Cam System
High Precision Zero Tolerance Limb Pockets
Advanced Riser
Rubber Riser Inserts
Hinge Guard
Offset string suppressors
Removable Rubber Grip

Bear Arena 30 Bow Specs

Draw Weights : 50, 60, 70lbs
Draw Lengths : 25.5-30”
Axle to Axle : 30.5″
Brace Height : 6.5”
Mass Weight : 3.8lbs
Effective Let Off : 75%
IBO Speed: 345 fps

What they are saying in the forums about the Bear Arena 30

First off, Drawing this bow at 70 lbs felt like drawing my Anarchy at 62. The draw cycle was the smoothest ive felt on a dual cam bow. I felt no hump like I used to on my old Destroyer 340. The bow is very light and stable in hand. Substantially less weight than my Anarchy which would make it very easy to have in the tree stand.

Talk about back wall. This thing has the hardest back wall ive felt on a bow... EVER. Fast as all get out. Pull the trigger on the release and the arrow was there at 20 in a split second. The bow with NO silencers, stabilizers, or add-ons is almost silent. Gotta say, Bear did an outstanding job on the design of this rig.

Take a look at our entire selection of Bear Archery compound bow reviews. If you're after a more recently released Bear compound bow you can also visit the page that examines the entire 2019 Bear Archery compound bow line-up.

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