WHAT’S NEW FOR 2009 – Pg 4

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WHAT’S NEW FOR 2009 – Pg 4

By Rich Walton

Apr 8, 2009 – 12:31:35 AM

Pro 3500S – Takes Your Breath Away

Darton’s new Pro 3500S is leaving archers speechless after shooting the 338 – 343 fps IBO rocket launcher.  Fueled by new Laminated Limbs and the newest Darton CPS-G2 Cam System, the bow is generating awesome speeds and massive kinetic energy, while remaining quiet and shock free.  Darton Archery

Hogg Father: Don’t Mess with the Hogg Father

Finally you can enjoy rugged Spot-Hogg dependability in a freestyle sight.  With our HRD technology (Hardened Rail Design) there is No slop, buzz, or babying this sight.  With all the adjustability, and accuracy capabilities that Spot-Hogg is known for, this sight is one tight sight.

Darton’s AS500 – High Performance at a Low Cost

Darton’s AS500 was engineered to compete against top performing bows.  The AS500 shoots up to 310 fps IBO while retaining all the qualities expected from a Darton; shooting great and holding up over time. This rugged hunter has MSRP cost of under $450.00 making it an affordable choice in these slow economic times.  Darton Archery

Edge Series Gives You the Edge in the Field, at the Range

Two jaw caliper, micro-sized wrist model with unique foldback features on select models. Pull the trigger to open the jaws, let up on the trigger to close the jaws.  New internal linear motion bearing makes the adjustable trigger feel like its riding on air. Length adjustment between the head and strap of over 1″. and which also has a feature that enables you to lock the length in place.  Tru-Fire  

Archers need to shoot a Darton Lightning Crossbow before they buy any other crossbow.  Just do what we call the “Pull from target test”.  Shoot the competitor and then shoot the Lightening.  You will see what we mean.  Note – We’re sorry for the damage to the fletching. Darton Archery


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