Bear Archery puts out new bows all the time, and the Bear Archery Species is one of the best to come throughout the years. The Bear Archery Species was built for a more lightweight and speedy compound bow. This is a timeless, go to compound bow that is sure to please many archers.
The Bear Archery Species is 31 inches axle to axle. It weighs 4.3 lbs, but it’s a big bow giving it’s axle to axle.
The draw length options range from 23 inches to 30 inches, so there’s a lot of room for adjustment there. Draw weights for the Bear Archery Species come in 45-60, 55-70 lbs for max draw weight. They can be adjusted down from the max.
|Draw Weight||45-60, 55-70lbs|
The Bear Archery Species catches speeds up to 320 FPS, which is pretty solid for a single cam.
The Bear Archery Species is a powerful enough bow to hunt with. On higher poundage on your draw weight, you should be able to take down solid sized game. To keep a kill humane, it is highly recommended you shoot towards the top of your peak draw weight. Of course, the exact weight for a kill also depends on many things such as arrows and the weather.
Bear Archery Species boasts about how the Surge is as smooth as silk.
Keep in mind that your compound bow will adjust to 30 lbs below the peak when you determine the range that you want. The 12 turn adjustments are awesome and make this one of the most versatile bows for a solid hunting compound bow.
While the Bear Archery Species comes fully loaded and ready to shoot as is, there are also enough mounting holes for most universally fitting upgrades.
The Bear Archery Species comes in both left and right-handed varieties, as well as three color options.
At a mid-range price, the Bear Archery Species is a great deal! The package comes fully loaded and ready to shoot. Of course, like any bow, there will eventually be upgrades, but it will be a while with the Bear Archery Species.
Right out of the box, the Bear Archery Species is already set up, saving you the time and money of having to take it to an archery shop. You have everything you need, nock loop, 3 pin sight, whisker biscuit, and even a quiver to name a few!
If you think that this is not the right compound bow for you, read our best compound bows review page.