New Quest Torch Bow Aims To Ignite Passion In Young Hunters

Steve Johnson

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Memphis, Mich., Quest BowhuntingTM, a division of G5 Outdoors, Introduces the new Torch Bow featuring the QS SD Cam Technology. With the release of this bow Quest targets the next generation of avid hunters so they too can enjoy all the great qualities that the Quest Bow line offers. The Torch gives young, small frame, women and intermediate hunters all of the features they need for a rewarding and enjoyable shooting experience.

Quest Torch Youth Bow “Quest is very proud to offer a bow that caters to the needs of the next generation of hunters. Stated Quest President and co-owner Matt Grace. “Bowhunting is a great way for parents and their children to share a common love for the outdoors, and what better way to learn than with a Quest Torch.”
A Forged T6061 aluminum riser makes this bow durable and lightweight, allowing a hunter to make the most of his time in the field.

The Torch's Fuel:
The Torch features a forged T6061 aluminum riser - making it durable yet light weight. The Bow
measures 33” axle-to-axle, has a 6” brace height, weighs in at 4.2 lbs and comes draw lengths ranging from 24” to 28” and draw weights in 30 to 45 pounds. In addition, the Torch is available in the impressive and innovative GfadeTM finish including Pink AP Snow Camo or AP camo.

An economical price of $399.99 in the GfadeTM pattern and $379.99 in Camo makes it very easy for someone to get their first bow. The Torch continues Quest's commitment to delivering superior performance and value to hard working, hard hunting archery enthusiasts.

Quest Bowhunting: The Bowhunters’ Bow

About Quest Bowhunting:
Quest Bowhunting™ is a family owned business backed by more than 40 years of precision manufacturing experience. Quest Bowhunting™ strives to provide superior Bowhunting products that enhance the archery experience. To learn more about Quest™, visit www.questbowhunting.com or call (866) 456-8836.

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