Predator Trophy RiserItem Number: 20222RX
$469.99 $469.99
Made in the US
Predator Trophy Riser

Predator Trophy Riser

Item Number: 20222RX
$469.99 $469.99
Made in the US

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The Predator Trophy riser offers checkered accent stripes spliced with bacote and curly maple to compliment the classic look created by Predator.

The high grip offers comfort throughout the draw minimizing the chance to "heel" the bow and preventing excess pressure on the bottom of the bow's grip to reduce errant shots. The combination of the riser and limb materials along with Predator's unique design give unparalleled performance delivering on both speed and accuracy.

  • Riser: Radiused shelf cut 1/8" past center shelf with high grip. Bacote, brown Futurewood, and East Indian Rosewood with checkered accent stripe. Capped with matching bacote. ¼" x 20" quiver bushings installed. Arrow rest included.
  • Made in the USA
  • Comes with bow stringer
  • Available in right or left handed

Choose from a left or right hand bow (choose based on what hand you Draw the bow string with), and bow weight at a 28" draw length. Remember that with a traditional bow the weight will change depending upon what your draw length is. Bow weight will change approximately ±2½ pounds for every inch from a bows rated draw length. So a bow rated 45# @ 28" bow is roughly 42½# @ 27" or 47½# @ 29". Draw weight is marked at the nearest 5# increment to actual weight, (2#'s under and 3#'s over). This is an industry wide standard.

A bow stringer is recommended for stringing any recurve bow or longbow. Stringing a bow without a bow stringer, or stringing it backwards will void a bow's warranty. Click here to see our Bow Stringers. It is recommended to unstring your bow if you do not plan to be shooting more than week. Store your bow on its side, or hanging vertically from a peg. Never rest the bow on the lower tip for extended periods of time. Never dry fire the bow (shooting without an arrow).


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