How Fast is the PSE Full Throttle?

How Fast is the PSE Full Throttle?

PSE Full Throttle Specifications

Brace Height 5.25 “
Draw Weight 40 lbs – 70 lbs
IBO Speed 362 fps – 370 fps
Weight 4.1 lbs
Let-Off 70%

What is the Fastest PSE Compound bow?

PSE Xpedite (2018): 354 FPS And so we have arrived at the fastest bow tested. It’s a bow I remember well because the test team nearly came to blows over it. The Xpedite was smooth, accurate, and wicked fast.

How much is a PSE full throttle?

For the $1099 price tag, it may help justify the cost for some shooters if it could be used for more than one purpose.

What is the Fastest Bear bow?

Here are 10 of the fastest new bows on the market for 2020.

  • Xpedition MX-15 (362 fps)
  • Elite Kure (335 fps)
  • Bear Perception (350 fps)
  • Prime Black 5 (343 fps)
  • PSE Xpedite NXT (360 fps)
  • Bowtech Realm SR6 (352 fps)
  • Obsession Lawless 4T (356 fps)
  • Martin ADX6 (348 fps) and Martin ADIX 31 (348 fps) Martin ADIX 31.

How many FPS do you lose per pound of draw weight?

On average you will gain or lose 2.4 fps per pound change in draw weight. If you go lower you will lose, going higher you gain.

What is the most powerful bow?

What are the world’s most powerful bows?

  1. The English longbow is famously powerful.
  2. The Mongololian recurve bow helped build an empire.
  3. The Scythian bow was deadly, for its time.
  4. The Turkish bow helped build the Ottoman Empire.
  5. The Japanese Yumi bow was another deadly bow in history.

What is the world’s strongest bow?

How much does draw weight affect FPS?

Dropping your bow weight by 10 pounds will reduce your arrow speed 15-20 fps. Said in a slightly modified way based on our results, “You will lose approximately 20 fps for every 10 pounds of draw-weight reduction.” 2. For every inch you reduce your draw length, you will lose roughly 10 fps of arrow speed.

How much FPS does draw weight add?

For every inch of draw length under 30″, subtract 10 fps. Every inch over 30″, add 10 fps. For every 3 grains of total arrow weight above 5 grains per pound of draw weight, subtract 1 fps. For every 3 grains of weight on the bowstring, subtract 1 fps.

Is the PSE Full Throttle a good bow?

Bow Report: PSE Full Throttle For the bowhunter who shoots regularly enough to be well-conditioned, and who likes to take advantage of maximum speed for flatter trajectories and longer range, or added penetration when hunting big, dangerous game, the PSE Full Throttle is a bow well worth test driving.

Which is the fastest PSE bow in the world?

At 370 fps, the aptly named Full Throttle is the fastest bow in production. The former record went to last year’s Omen, a PSE bow that reached a top speed of 366 fps. APA’s King Cobra approached that at 362 fps, and a number of bows come in around 350 fps, give or take a few feet.

How big is a full throttle compound bow?

At 4.1 pounds the Full Throttle is not a light bow, but neither is it inordinately heavy. Like most compound bows it’s a little top-heavy, and the slightly long (by current standards) axle-to-axle makes this a little more noticeable when carrying (though not when shooting) the bow.

Are there any new PSE bows for 2014?

PSE released no fewer than 17 new bows for 2014. With a line-up that big, PSE can produce something for everyone, and in recent years that line-up has included a number of excellent bows that are on the fast side while being very smooth and easy-shooting.