The Bowtech BT-X 28 compound bow is part of a duo of flagship bows released by the company for the 2016 season. The bow is a speed bow that has been built with a raft of features to provide plenty of power along with outstanding comfort and customisation. The bow continues the development of many innovations that has kept the company at the top of the industry.
As the name of the bow suggests the maximum draw length of the bow is 28 inches. With a quite compact axle to axle frame, the bow represents a tremendously powerful shooter in a small package.
Featuring the Bowtech Overdrive Binary Cams for superior tuning and consistency it is an even more adjustable system thanks to the inclusion of the Micro Sync Dial. This enables the shooter to precisely tune the bow.
The bow also uses the new innovation from the 2015 season, the PowerShift Technology. This provides the shooter an amazing amount of versatility. By moving a PowerDisc it is possible to customise the shooting experience, giving you the option of shooting in Classic setting, Comfort setting or Performance setting. In effect, you’re getting three bows in one.
The BT-X has been designed with the FLX-Guard cable-containment system to reduce torque and increased accuracy and speed capabilities are made possible through the Center Pivot Extreme technology.
Carbon Core Limbs means that the bow has durability and increased efficiencies over other bows in its class.
The bow is available in Kryptek Highlander, Kryptek Typhoon, Black Ops, Mossy Oak Break-Up Country or Realtree Xtra Green finishes. For a full list of features and bow specs you can find them further down the page.
Overdrive Binary Cams
Micro Sync Dial
Carbon Core Limbs
Center Pivot Extreme
Carbon Rod String Stop
BowTech BT-X 28 Bow Specs
Draw Weights: 50, 60, 70, 80
Draw Length: 25.5-28”
Axle to Axle: 31”
Brace Height: 6”
Mass Weight: 4.2 lbs
Effective Let-Off: 80%
IBO Speed: 333 fps
The BT-X was first released for the 2016 season. Here is our entire listing of Bowtech compound bows.
What they're saying in the forums about the BowTech BT-X 28
While the brace heights are around 6".........looking at the riser geometry on this bow will show you that it has nearly no reflex in the riser design. You can't see this at face value, but the limb pockets are also 1/4" wider. The CPX design is a bit longer on this one as well which is what contributes to the nearly zero reflex riser design.