The PSE Beast EXT compound bow is a long draw bow perfect for archery whether it be target practice or a hunt through the woods. This bow is elegantly designed and packed full of new features, such as the new Wedge Lock limb pockets. These make adjustments fast and easy with it's two-string design.
This bow uses the new Drive-Style target cam system. This cam effectively eases the pull of the bow with a let-off of 65-80%. The brace height is 7.25" and the draw length range is 28" to 33". This is amazing to see as you just don't see many bows with a 33" draw length range. The draw weight options are 50 pounds, 60 pounds and 70 pounds.
The Beast EXT uses an all-new Wide Track target limb system, featuring 38" axle to axle. The sturdy design of these limbs allows for shots fired up to 350 fps.
This bow is a part of PSE's Mainline series of compound bows. It has been released by the company with a MSRP of $999.99.
The bow is available in three different finish options of Black, Mossy Oak Break Up Country, and Skullworks 2.
The Beast EXT was added to the PSE line up for the 2016 season as an integral part of the Pro Series of bows.
Drive Style Target Cam System
Wide-Track Target Limb System
Wedge Lock Limb Pocket
Backstop 4 String Suppressor
ABB Platinum Strings
PSE Beast EXT Bow Specs
Draw Weights : 50, 60, 70 lbs
Draw Lengths : 28-33"
Axle to Axle : 38"
Brace Height : 7.25”
Mass Weight : 4.8 lbs
Effective Let Off : 65%/80%
IBO Speed : 342-350 fps
What they're saying in the forums about the PSE Beast EXT
As a long time PSE fan (30 years) I agree, that riser looks very nice. I wish it would migrate into a shorter draw speed bow like the FT.
I have shot a PSE Freak for a while now, three under barebow at 29".The Beast is the new Freak replacement. It is a Supra riser with longer rigging and bigger cams,I believe. They are excellent bows. I have two and use them as my hunting bows and 3D.