Prime:New Rize Bow

Jon Boyd

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Memphis, Michigan ­- G5® Outdoors, the leading manufacturer of premium archery equipment and design, is revolutionizing the bow-shooting experience with the introduction of the Prime Rize.

The Rize features a completely re-engineered riser, creating a shooting experience that needs to be experienced to be believed. Through a unique combination of using 82X aluminum and overall design, the Rize sports the strongest riser to date in the entire Prime bow lineup. In addition to strength, the new riser design provides an unparalleled shooting experience, nearly eliminating vibration and noise output at the shot.

Other features of the Rize include the Sherpa Attachment Mounting System, which allows everything from quivers to action cameras to be mounted to the bow. A Flexis FlexShock damper, articulated grip and ultra-smooth limb bolt bezel make the new Prime Rize the king of the mountain--or the whitetail woods.

The Rize is available in black, Optifade Open Country, Optifade Elevated II, and Realtree Xtra, and has an MSRP of $1,049.

Prime Rize Highlighted Stats:

Axel-to-axel length: 33 inches

Brace height: 6.75 inches

Mass weight: 4.3 pounds

IBO speed: 335 fps

Draw length options: 26-30 inches

Draw weights max. options: 40, 50, 60, 65 and 70 pounds

To learn more about the new Prime Rize or any other Prime products, contact Glenn Walker at glenn@providencemarketinggroup.net, visit www.g5prime.com or call (866)456-8836.

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About G5 Outdoors:

G5® Outdoors L.L.C. is a family owned business established in 2000 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.

Posted by Jon Boyd under Articles, Bowhunting, Deer Hunting on November 19, 15 12:25 PM | Permalink

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