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Bear® Archery Mauler RTH Compound Bow Package

Up to 328 fps IBO speed Compact 31.25" axle-to-axle length Weight of 3.9 lbs. 80% let-off Cam Brace height of 6.75" Trophy Ridge® Whisker Biscuit® 5-pin fiber-optic sight Quiver Stabilizer SlingInstalled peep sight and nock loop What does it take to join the ranks of Bear's field-tested and already proven perfect hunters? Let’s check them off our list; speed, smooth draw cycle, vibration- and shock-free, and quiet. The balance of superior features in this bow make it perfect for a wide range of hunters! With up to 328 fps IBO speed, a compact 31.25" axle-to-axle length, a weight of 3.9 lbs., an 80% let-off Cam, and a brace height of 6.75", this perfectly proportioned bow comes completely set up with a premium package of accessories. Accessory package includes Trophy Ridge® Whisker Biscuit®; 5-pin fiber-optic sight, quiver, stabilizer, and sling; installed peep sight; and nock loop.
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Questions & Answers for Bear Archery Bear® Archery Mauler RTH Compound Bow Package

Question

On bears official website this bow is advertised as having a 26"-31" draw length. On the BPS website it only goes to 29". Which one is correct

asked 2 years, 8 months ago
by
thaiguy
on Bear® Archery Mauler RTH Compound Bow Package
4 answers
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answer 1
The max draw length IS 26"-31" But when a manufacture ships the bow without the users measured draw length it will usually be set at 29"
Hope this helps!
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
by
Sowder
 - Altoona, IA
answer 2
The Bear site is definitely correct. Have checked multiple sites that all have it listed as 26-31 inches.Of course It's always safe to get it straight from the horse's mouth, the Bear website. There are no modules to buy, so this has nothing to do with BPS having certain modules. Only need a bow press for half inch increments. It's just a matter of hooking the string onto a different post to achieve the half inch difference.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
by
rfnorman
 - Southeast Missouri
answer 3
Bass Pro Shops is not right. the bear website is right i have mine set at 30.5'' draw
answered 2 years, 1 month ago
by
tyrone28
 - Fennville Mi
answer 4
the info on bears site is right bps probably carrys certain modules for certain draw lengths kinda like bass pro says it only goes down to a 27 be i know for a fact it goes to a 26 cause i called bear myself but hope my answer was helpful
answered 2 years, 7 months ago
by
ohiobigbucks
 - ohio
Question

What is the kinetic energy of this bow?

asked 2 years, 9 months ago
by
jumpinjohnny
on Bear® Archery Mauler RTH Compound Bow Package
2 answers
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answer 1
ide say your best bet is to call bear yourself they will tell you what ever you want to know and they have awsome customer service
answered 2 years, 7 months ago
by
ohiobigbucks
 - ohio
answer 2
With a 375 grain arrow, the Kinetic energy is 62.17 foot-pounds
With a 425 grain arrow, the kinetic energy is 64.2 foot-pounds.
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answered 2 years, 9 months ago
by
BPSResource1
 - Springfield, MO
Question

were to get bow strings for my bow

how long is the bow string good for when should i think about buying a new string and were can i take the bow to get this replaced
asked 7 months ago
by
trnelson
on Bear® Archery Mauler RTH Compound Bow Package
1 answer
Answers
answer 1
Your local bow shop would like you to believe every year, every other year is good and and an over safe time limit unless you chew on it :) Really depends on how well you keep it waxed and how often you shoot. Every other year is good unless you see obvious damage. Look for an authorized Bear dealer, you can get some funky results just letting any guy restring your bow, you need to know string length was right at full draw at full weight and then you can turn down from there, any other process will have you coming up short or high on draw weight at your desired draw length. Bass Pro can take care of this for you, if you try and cheap out on this you'll have the creeps every time you shoot. Hope this helps.
answered 6 months ago
by
DGM999
 - Ontario Canada
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