The PSE Supra EXT compound bow is a classic target bow, produced with an array of new features. Such as the Drive Style Cam and a Wild Track Target Limb System. These really put PSE to the test but ended with an impressive bow for any archer.
The Supra EXT uses a forged riser and an all new Drive Style Cam to keep the bow firm and steady. While still keeping the shots smooth with 65% and 75% let off. This bow can fire at 315 fps to 325 fps and it has a 7" brace height. The draw length ranges from 25" to 30.5" and the draw weight can be either 40, 50 or 60 pounds.
All new Wedge-Lock limb pockets are used to make it that much easier to adjust the bow. This is on account of the system's two screw design. The Supra EXT has also been made with the capability to add on a cable stop, limb stop or aftermarket hard stop.
This bow is is a part of the PSE Pro Series for the season and will come in at around $999.99, in the available six different finish options of Black, Blue, Country, Pearl White, Polished Titanium and Red.
The Supra EXT was added to the PSE line up for the 2016 season as an integral part of the Pro Series of bows.
Drive Style Cam
Wide-Track Limb System
Wedge-Lock Limb Pocket
PSE Supra EXT Bow Specs
Draw Weights : 40, 50, 60 lbs
Draw Lengths : 25-30.5"
Axle to Axle : 37"
Brace Height : 7”
Mass Weight : 4.7 lbs
Effective Let Off : 65%/75%
IBO Speed : 317-325 fps
What they're saying in the forums about the PSE Supra EXT
Godlike Design! I really really love the new design of the Supra EXT and Beast EXT. Great job PSE!
There is nothing like it. It has just beautiful lines and a graceful curve to the riser, but also with an edgy appeal to it on the other side of the bow with the pointed projections, Dear PSE it really is a beautiful riser best I've seen period. The pocket system i didn't mess with but its well thought out and implemented, very subtle, if you didn't know it had adjustable pockets you wouldn't be able to tell, nice job on integrating a new tech.