Darton’s New Pro Series Bow Leaves Them Speechless
Whoa.” “Dang.” “Man.” “Can I shoot it again?” “That a Darton?”
Hale, Michigan - -(AmmoLand.com)- Darton’s Sales Manager Ted Harpham often hears these common responses as archers grab and shoot Darton’s New Pro 3500S.
“The whole look of the Pro Series bows from Darton has changed, and the 3500S is leading the way in looks, speed and overall performance,” Harpham said.
The handle has a sleek, sexy appearance with more curves than a mountain road while maintaining the strength and durability archers demand. Although it features a narrower grip area, the Pro 3500S still has the “Darton” feel the loyalist love.
The biggest cause for the oohs and ahhs comes from Darton’s new laminated limbs, manufactured by Barnsdale Archery, powering the newest CPS G2 – 2.5 Cam designed by Rex Darlington.
“The new Cam and Mach -1 Laminated Limbs have allowed the Pro 3500S to achieve IBO speeds out of the box of 338 – 343 feet-per-second. Darton advertises IBO Rating Velocity, no smoke, no mirrors,” Harpham said.
The Pro 3500S has an axle-to-axle length of 33 13/16″ and a 6″ brace height. You don’t need a bow press to change draw lengths that range from 25″- 30″.
For more on the Pro 3500S and the rest of the “Built to Hunt” lineup from Darton, visit www.dartonarchery.com.
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