The Stinger MAX compound bow is part of the Core Series and is the latest version of one of the longest running and most successful hunting bow platforms used. The bow has been released for the 2020 season and exhibits many of the qualities that has made it one of the best value for money hunting bows available.

The bow is suited to the short draw hunter and it has been fitted with the SS (Super Short) cam system. The bow has a smooth draw and now offers up to 80% let off.

The bow offers a great deal of versatility due to the options provided by the Performance and Grow With You channels.

The Performance channel gives you draw weight adjustment range from 45 to 70 pounds and draw length adjustment between 22.5" to 30".

Moving over to the Growth channel you will get draw length adjustments from 21.5" to 29.5". The draw weights will then change depending on the draw length you adjust to.

It has also had a change to the limbs which have been shortened compared to the previous Stingers. The axle to axle measurement of the bow is now 30 inches compared to the 32 inches of the 2019 version.

The bow is available as a new S3DA (Scholastic 3-D Archery) model and this features a hard limb stop producing a solid back wall feel.

This bow is suitable for a smaller framed shooter, in particular the youth market for whom it should be considered one of the best youth bows available.

Bow Features

Shorter Re-engineered Limbs
Gordon Glass split limbs
SS Super Short Cam System
Rotating Module
Carbon Rod
S3DA model available
Ready To Shoot & RTS Pro package

PSE Stinger MAX Bow Specs

Draw Weights : 45-70lbs
Draw Lengths : 21.5-30”
Axle to Axle : 30″
Brace Height : 7”
Mass Weight : 3.8lbs
Effective Let Off : 80%
IBO Speed: 304-312 fps

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