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Bear Archery Charge Compound Bow Review

Bear Archery Charge Compound Bow

Bear Archery Charge Compound Bow

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(7/25/11) The review for the Bear Charge was left for us by Rob K. Thanks for the review Rob and nice looking Tom.

Outdoorsman Review:

Rob with Tom taken with the Bear Charge Bow

Rob with Tom taken with the Bear Charge Bow

I’m one of those guys who generally knows what he wants and has everything he needs, so I’m hard to shop for. Friends challenged me to
take animals with a bow since it appeared to be too easy for me with a firearm.

After taking my limit in deer last year I decided to challenge myself with bowhunting and purchased a Bear Charge. Within a month I was hitting a consistent three inch square even in crosswinds all the way out to thirty yards. I am consistently hitting a dinner plate at 60 and 70 yards now.

I am set to 29 inches @ 65#, shooting
the Gold Tip 5575 with 100 grain field tips for practice and 100 grain G5 Montec for hunting. I took two rabbits and a 10&1/2 inch beard Tom
this turkey season. The Tom was at 28 yards when I hit him. I took the Tom with the Wisker Biscuit installed. I’m happy to break the bow in that way. I have modified a few things on the bow now that I’ve had it in the field for many weeks. I have a five pin sight, drop away arrow rest and string stopper. Otherwise this is a stock Bear Charge RTH package.

Manufacturer’s Specs for the Charge:

  • IBO Speed: up to 305 feet per second
  • Weight: 3.7 pounds
  • Brace height: 7.75 inches
  • Axle to axle: 30 inches
  • Peak draw weights: 50, 60, & 70 pounds
  • Draw length: 26 to 30 inches
  • Let off: 80%
  • Strings/Cables: Contra-Band™
  • Cable slide: Teflon

Zero Tolerance Limb Pockets

A zero-tolerance limb-to-cup-to-riser fit greatly reduces vibration, regardless of draw weight adjustment.

Perimeter Weighted Inner Cam System

The inner cam system allows the Charge to be adjusted to all of its draw length positions without the use of modules and does not require a bow press for draw length adjustments at 1 inch increments.

Flared Quad Limbs

Bear® perfected these beyond parallel compression-molded limbs to distribute stress evenly during draw and release.

Kershaw Zero Tolerance 0200 Folding Knife

Kershaw Zero Tolerance 0200 Folding Knife

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This Kershaw Zero Tolerance 0200 knife was reviewed by a master Outdoorsman

The review for the Kershaw® Zero Tolerance™ 0200 tactical response knife was provided by Jim S. from North Carolina. Jim’s eligible for the September/October ’10′ monthly giveaway for the Buck® Zipper™ Hunting Knife. Thanks Jim for the review and good luck.

Have you used the Kershaw® Zero Tolerance™ 0200 knife? Leave your comments for the Zero Tolerance™ 0200 knife below.

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Manufacturer’s Specs for the Zero Tolerance™ 0200:

The 0200 is a professional-grade, folding combat knife built to survive harsh, real-world conditions. It features an innovative recurve blade designed for multi-tasking versatility, minimal mass, and maximum performance. The blade design provides ideal leverage in tough cutting situations and a precisely centered point to handle piercing tasks with ease. The blade is 154CM stainless steel with Tungsten DLC (Diamond Like Carbon) non-reflective coating. Open the knife one-handed using the ambidextrous thumb stud or blade protrusion. 3-D machined scales in G-10 provide a secure grip and top mechanical strength. Handle is drilled to accept a lanyard and the knife comes complete with a quad mounting system for tip-up, tip-down, left- or right-handed clip carry.

  • Steel: 154CM stainless-steel with Tungsten DLC coating
  • Handle: 3D machined, G-10 in matte black
  • Blade length: 3 7/8 in. (9.8 cm)
  • Closed length: 5 1/4 in. (13.3 cm)
  • Weight: 7.7 ounces

Outdoorsman Review:

I picked up a Zero Tolerance model 0200(Military and police division of Kershaw knives) made in USA un-assisted folding knife, and WOW, it’s built like a tank.

It’s got a 154-cm blade with a Tungsten DLC (diamond like coating) and G10 for the handle. It has ambidextrous thumb studs and a flipper on the blade also.

I absolutely love this knife, and although it’s on the heavy side at around 8 oz, it’s un-noticeable if wearing denim jeans. Great for all around use, it should last 10 lifetimes.

If you have something to say about the Zero Tolerance™ 0200 knife then leave your comment below.