The Bear BR33 compound bow blends foresight and engineering in an attempt to prove that Hybrid Cam bows do not put speed over single-cam bows. This bow is incredibly smooth with a draw cycle reminiscent of a single-cam bow but blended with the performance of a hybrid. The result is a highly effective bow, perfect for any hunter.

The BR33 is powered by the EAZ Hybrid Cam System. This cam gives the bow a super smooth draw while maintaining efficience and driving the bow out at 330 fps. It has a 7 inch brace height and a draw length range from 27 inches to 32 inches. The peak draw weights are 45 to 60 pounds and 55 to 70 pounds.

The riser is made of advanced 7075 aluminum which evenly distributes limb loads. Rubber riser inserts are attached to absorb the majority of the vibration. The limbs are max pre-load quad limbs which have proven to give max power. High strength barrel nuts are fitted to the limb pockets to assure fully adjustable pivoting movement.

Noise and vibration issues are treated by the bi-dimensional string suppressors.

This MRSP of this bow is $899.99 for the bow itself, which rises to $999.99 for the package deal. This comes in a number of finishes with the most popular finishes being RealTree Xtra Green camo as well as shadow black, sand and olive.

Browse through the selection of Bear BR33 compound bows for sale to find the new hunting bow that will best suit your needs.

Bow Features

Max Pre-Load Quad Limbs
Stainless Steal Stabilizing Bushing
Bear Hinge Guard
EAZ Hybrid Cam System
Pre-Stretched Contra-Band HP BCY 452X strings
7075 Aluminum Riser
Bi-dimensionally adjustable offset string suppressors

Bear BR33 Bow Specs

Draw Weights : 45-60, 55-70lbs
Draw Lengths : 27-32”
Axle to Axle : 33.25″
Brace Height : 7”
Mass Weight : 4.2lbs
Effective Let Off : 80%
IBO Speed: 320 fps

What they are saying in the forums about the Bear BR33

I just bought a BR33 and I absolutely love this bow! It is probably the smoothest bow I've owned in my 25 years of bowhunting, rock solid at full draw and quiet as a church mouse.


I was really excited about this bow and shot one today. I'm disappointed to say it had so much vibration I couldn't get over it. I'm a Bear guy and wanted to lIke it. The draw felt nice, it balanced well, and was decently quiet.


I had a chance to shoot it a few weeks ago. Was very smooth draw, solid back wall. Felt like the Synergy to be honest with you. Held very solid at full draw. Really good platform.

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