November 26, 2020

Top 8 Best IRQ Archery Equipment

Editor's Choice - Our Favorite IRQ Archery Equipmen

1. IRQ IRQ Archery Equipmen

Editor's Impressions

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Overall Score
4.1


(161 Points)

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2. IRQ IRQ Archery Equipmen

Editor's Impressions

"Great value."

If your trying to keep the same weight. The cost is also quite reasonable for the amount of crossbow bolts you receive. Great grouping out of my Centerpoint Sniper 370. I had no troubles at all seeing where my arrow went into the ground. I'm shooting a Bear X Bruzzer FFL crossbow which is sending the bolts out at 335fps. So far I've shot them out to 50 yards with great accuracy. Below is my highlights of the product after shooting 6 of the bolts.

Overall Score
4.2


(101 Points)

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3. IRQ IRQ Archery Equipmen

Editor's Impressions

"STRAIGHT AS AN ARROW, HA!"

Definitely made a difference in accuracy. No tip sockets were loose as some reported and no nocks were loose either. Will buy more in the future when the time comes I need more! I use them with my 45 lbs recurve bow. They do deliver amazingly accurate shots at 50 yards! Good price and fast delivery Amazon, thanks. I also lost a few tips with my Musens, even just shooting soft targets.

Overall Score
4.2


(86 Points)

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4. IRQ IRQ Archery Equipmen

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5. IRQ IRQ Archery Equipmen

Editor's Impressions

"Very dependable."

If you're a beginner or want to get into archery. Good starter bow for beginner archer. I weighed mine with a bow scale to make sure draw weight was right. Can't wait to shoot again tomorrow! Getting excited to test it out in the range this weekend. Easy to set up, no extra tool is needed, and an arrow tube is included. Hard to complain about that, 3 weeks ain't bad.

Overall Score
4.9


(11 Points)

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6. IRQ IRQ Archery Equipmen

Editor's Impressions

"Draw, no stacking."

I'm not sure how I feel about the leather grip. First off string wax just slides off. Draw weight, and the bow I got appears to draw~47 lb. I'm already shopping this seller again, the proof is in the bow. My first bow was a Bear fiberglass and then I bought this bow. However, this is the bow I'll be shooting from horseback. All in all he is pleased with this purchase.

Overall Score
4.1


(7 Points)

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7. IRQ IRQ Archery Equipmen

Editor's Impressions

"No String, No Extras."

I chose a lighter one this time and wish I'd gotten it a bit lighter still. I am getting about 160fps arrow speed. I may have to get one of their other bows soon. The arrows are good quality and seem durable. Luckily I had a Bow that the string fit perfectly. You are not going to break the bow, pull harder. It is an asiatic recurve bow, so there is a special technique for stringing it up.

Overall Score
4.7


(4 Points)

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8. IRQ IRQ Archery Equipmen

Editor's Impressions

"He loves it,& so do I!"

Very little hand shock and very smooth overall. All in all he is pleased with this purchase. He doesn't hunt so we cannot speak to that. Even my Samick Sage recurve bow cost a little more than this. It's poorly glued and will probably come off after 40 shots. We purchased this for our son's birthday and took him to the range to spend the day. Also comes with a little bow holster that can carry 3 ready arrows.

Overall Score
5.0


(4 Points)

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