G5® Outdoors Introduces Accurate, Maneuverable Prime Ion

G5® Outdoors Introduces Accurate, Maneuverable Prime Ion 

G5 Prime IonMemphis, Michigan (October 31, 2014) G5® Outdoors, the leading designer and manufacturer of premium archery equipment has raised the bowhunting bar again with the introduction of the Prime Ion; joining an extensive line of high performance compound bows.

Bowhunters are an energized and motivated bunch who will go to extreme lengths to find the perfect spot for sighting a mature whitetail deer. Unfortunately, that “perfect spot” isn’t always so perfect.  For tight quarters, hunters need a bow that can maneuver well and still be deadly accurate when the opportunity arises.

The new Prime Ion is compact and lightweight boasting an electric combination of three new features that take accuracy to the next level. The PCXL parallel cam has extended its adjustment range up to an 85% let-off for increased comfort when those important minutes at full draw feel like hours. The Flexis-AR roller guard reduces torque on the cables and improves tuning capability for added shot assurance. Moreover, the redesigned 7000 series aluminum riser with integrated Ghost Grip is lighter than ever, yet is still the strongest in the industry and brings unparalleled balance together with minimal weight to help keep bowhunters on target.

Prime Ion specifications:

  • Axle to axle: 31”
  • Brace height: 7.25”
  • IBO speed: 330 FPS
  • Mass weight: 3.9lbs.
  • Draw length: 26”-30”
  • Draw weight: 30-40# 40-50# 50-60# 60-70#
  • RH and LH models
  • Patterns Available: Realtree Xtra, GORETM OPTIFADETM Concealment Open Country, Black
  • MSRP: $999.99 (Camo) and $1,049.99 (Black)

For more information, please visit G5 Outdoors.

About G5 Outdoors:

G5® Outdoors L.L.C. is a family owned business established in 2000 is and backed by more than 40 years of precision manufacturing experience. G5® strives to provide superior products that are Designed to Hunt™ through precision manufacturing and innovative design.

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