2019 Mission HAMMR 複合弓 + 原廠配件
新的Fast Fit Cam提供了半英吋的調節空間，並比以往更快速、更容易調整，它將幾乎適合所有射手; 改良後的凸輪系統，能更好地掌握拉弓後的停止點。
PERFORMANCE AND ADJUSTABILITY - THE PERFECT SOLUTION FOR GROWING ARCHERS.
The all-new Mission Hammr is the perfect solution to growing archers. Our new Fast Fit cam technology offers half-inch draw weights for a wider range of adjustability and is quicker and easier to adjust than ever before. The Hammr adjusts from 17 to 29 inches to fit virtually all archers. Draw weight automatically increases with every draw length, ranging from 16-70 lbs. The Hammr’s cam system also provides an improved back wall for a more consistent anchor point and delivers efficient speed up to 300 fps. We’ve added a dead end string stop to dampen post-shot noise and vibration, and a newly designed grip that is comfortable for a wide range of shooters. With its compact 28” axle to axle length and mass weight of 3.4 pounds, the Hammr provides excellent handling and maneuverability.
Our new Fast Fit cam technology offers half inch draw weights for a wider range of adjustability and is quicker and easier to adjust than ever before. Draw weight automatically increases with every draw length, ranging from 15-70 lbs.
FAST FIT™ CAM TECHNOLOGY
This highly-adjustable cam system features our new Fast Fit mods for outstanding performance at every draw length. It’s easy to adjust with just a quick turn of a screw.
The redesigned grip on the new Hammr is thinner, more streamlined and ergonomic for consistent hand placement for reduced torque and enhanced comfort.
FINDING YOUR DRAW LENGTH
One of the very first steps in setting up your new bow starts with finding out your draw length. Compound bows are designed to be shot at specific draw lengths that match the individual shooter. That being said, before shooting a bow, you need to find out what length you should be pulling and setting the bow to your specifications. Finding this out is simple.
The most reliable way to find the draw length that is right for you, is to do a simple measurement of your wing span and divide by 2.5.
Stand with your arms straight out to your side and your palms facing forward. Be sure not to overextend your arms while doing so. While standing naturally, have a friend grab a measuring tape and measure across your back from the tip of one finger to the tip of the other. Divide that number by 2.5 to find the draw length that is right for you. If the final number you get is in between sizes, we generally advise to round down instead of up. Pulling a draw length that is slightly short is always more comfortable than a draw length that is too long.