Proline Typhoon XT Magnum Compound Bow Review

applearrow250The Proline Typhoon XT Magnum Compound Bow is typically used to hunt medium game, like deer, antelope, etc. For any hunter (male or female) wishing to hunt such prey, the Proline Typhoon XT Magnum Compound Bow is well-suited.

Major components of the Proline Typhoon XT Magnum Compound Bow are its bow length, one or two cams (wheels), one or two harnesses, limb, riser (or grip handle), and string. These bows can be found in right and left-handed versions at various sporting goods retailers and outlets around the world.

The purchase of a Proline Typhoon XT Magnum Compound Bow allows you the flexibility to choose one that fits your body well. You can mix and match features to accommodate for more or less flexibility, power, speed, accuracy, length, width, and more.

When choosing one of these bows for yourself or a gift for another, it’s important to notice the bow’s draw length and draw weight; these two features can help determine the accuracy, speed and power of the bow.

The draw length is the distance you pull to fully draw back your bow. The draw length of compound bows can range from 24”-31”. The draw weight is the maximum weight you pull on the bow string before you release. The draw weight of compound bows can range between 30-75 lbs.; with 50-70 lbs. being optimum for adults.

Will a Proline Typhoon XT Magnum compound bow suit me?

Though hunting is considered by many to be a family sport, the Proline Typhoon XT Magnum Compound Bow is designed to be used only by older teens and adults. Young children will find it extremely difficult to maneuver these bows and will therefore be required to utilize a less powerful and cumbersome archery bow.

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