The Assassin from BowTech

From: Jim Velazquez

The Assassin, One of BowTech’s fully equipped R.A.K. bows.
Killer Bow, Killer Price and Killer 333fps.

BowTech is pleased to introduce the Assassin, our newest fully loaded, R.A.K (Ready. Aim. Kill) equipped bow. The Assassin is available in draw weights of 50, 60, or 70 pounds, with draw lengths ranging from 26” to 30” and is decked out in Mossy Oak® Treestand™ camouflage. All BowTech bows are protected with an InVelvet™ top coat. From the rack to the field, the Assassin has you fully equipped for your hunt.

The Assassin features the accredited Binary Cam System, created by BowTech, with adjustable rotating draw length modules, E-Lite Zero Tolerance limb pockets and comes R.A.K. equipped, all at 4.8 pounds (bow alone is only 3.8 lbs). It executes with speeds of 333fps ATA/IBO with the forgiving brace height of 7”.

BowTech’s patented Binary Cam System drives tacks and stays in tune. Unlike the asymmetric single and hybrid cam systems, the Binary Cam System is comprised of two, perfectly symmetrical cams that are slaved to each other, forcing the cams to turn in perfect synchronization. This provides for flawless nock travel and tuning that you can set and forget, maximizing accuracy and consistency.

The Assassin’s R.A.K consists of a 4-Pin TruGlo Apex Sight, 1-Piece 5-Arrow Ultra-Lite Quiver, Octane Hostage XL arrow rest, 4” Light Stabilizer, Comfort Wrist Sling, Alloy Peep and Dura-Flx String Dampening Components. Not only do all accessories come standard as part of the R.A.K equipped system, all equipment is installed and tested at the factory before the bow ever leaves the door. In addition to its superior features and performance the Assassin is offered at an incredible price, almost too good to believe at MSRP of $649.00.

BowTech manufactures and distributes the world’s finest compound bows and archery equipment. Founded in 1999, BowTech’s corporate offices and manufacturing facilities are located in Eugene, Oregon. As a worldwide distribution network, BowTech’s family of brands include: BowTech, Diamond, Octane, Stryker, and Waterdog Surface Technologies. BowTech is a subsidiary of Savage Sports Corporation, located in Westfield, MA. Brand
names include Savage Arms, Stevens, Fox, Savage (Canada), Savage Range Systems and PortaTarget.

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5 Responses to "The Assassin from BowTech"

  1. Russ   2011/01/08 at 1:28 am

    I’ve had my Assassin for a month and love it. I am fairly new back to bow hunting but I have shot my sons bows a good bit. His latest bow is a Diamond Rock. I find that bow easy to shoot acurately, but the Assassin is smoother and quieter. I think it is faster but I dont have any way to measure that. The RAK hardware is all quality. Overall a thumbs up!

  2. Roy Keefer   2011/01/13 at 12:16 am

    Glad you like it Russ. It’s a sweet bow. I think you will find it’s a great hunting bow.

  3. RameyH231   2011/02/04 at 8:11 pm

    hear a lot of bad things about the rest that comes with it. should i worry

    • Tyler   2011/03/31 at 10:20 pm

      I bought the new assassin around 2 months ago and I absolutely love it. About the arrow rest, I have no issue with it. The only issue that I have is the sight. I do not like the size of the level. It is really hard to see the bubble in low light conditions. I did any archery simulator and it was a low light condition but not 630am (october) daylight, and the bubble was difficult to see. But the overall product is great. I was averaging 290fps with a 55lb draw.

  4. Allen   2011/04/04 at 8:43 pm

    Assassin is an excellent bow, im shooting 340 grains, #70 at 26 in drawa and getting 290 FPS. All I can say is WOW. It handles itself better than over priced bow such as Matthews Z7. No offense but it does… Bowtech all the way baby…..