Parker Bows, a Virginia-based manufacturer of high-quality compound bows and crossbows, as well as crossbow accessories, is launching the new Poison 30 and 32 flagship compound bows. Built on a belief that a high-end bow doesn’t have to cost thousands, Parker is releasing a completely redesigned compound bow line that is priced for the hard-working hunter.
Shooting at a tack driving speed of 330 Feet Per Second (FPS), the Poison 30 features a T2 Cam System and extreme parallel limb design with up to 90% let-off. The 6.25” brace height combined with the 30” axle-to-axle, makes the Poison 30 perfect for those that want increased speed and maneuverability in the field. The Poison 30 is available in 27”, 28”, 29”, & 30” draw lengths, 50-60 lb. and 60-70 lb. draw weights.
The Poison 32 features a T2 Cam System and extreme parallel limb design with up to 90% let-off, while sending arrows downrange at 325 Feet Per Second (FPS). The 7.25” brace height combined with the 32” axle-to-axle, makes the Poison 32 extremely forgiving to shoot. The Poison 32 is available in 28”, 29”, 30”, & 31” draw lengths, 50-60 lb. and 60-70 lb. draw weights.
Each Poison bow has a machined, made-in-the USA aluminum riser that is decorated in Kryptek Highlander camo and comes with preinstalled dampeners, providing virtually no hand shock, shot after shot. The composite two-piece G10 grip makes the Poison extremely comfortable to shoot. To reduce vibration and noise, the bows come with a factory tuned and adjustable string suppressor and limb dampeners for ultimate concealment in the woods. When the Poison bows are drawn back, the adjustable draw stops give the shooter a solid back wall, producing a consistent draw length when setting the pin on the target. The premium two-color Stone Mountain Titanium strings are preinstalled with speed nocks for even greater performance in the field.