Browning has been a dominant brand competitor in archery business for many years since it was founded in 1960’s in Morgan Utah. In 2001, Browning partnered with PSE and it played a big role in its business growth until in 2010 when they decided to part ways for business reasons. PSE though, continued to offer their commitment to repair and service the Browning bows according to product warranties.
The Browning compound bow line has been famous in the market for many years with a wide product range that started from the traditional wooden limbs, to fiber glass limbs and lightweight rigs. The new innovations offer light, short axle to axle bow with smooth draw. Combined with quiet shooting, low recoil, forgiving geometry and fast arrow delivery and a solid back wall in full draw position.
The Browning Micro Midas 3 bow is one of the most adjustable in the Browning Micro Midas bow line. This type of bows, were famous among Micro Class bowhunters. It has a 6” of draw length adjustment, overall bow proportions, and a lightweight design.
- 3 fiber optic pins for Lightning™ Sight
- 2-piece 4-arrow quiver in black with adjustable grippers
- 3 Micro Bullet™ 26″ arrows
- pressure arrow rest molded to the side
- Nock Set
- IBO: 275 f.p.s. Speed
- 70% Let-off
- 6 ¼ inches Brace Height
- 32 inches length Axle-to-Axle
- Weight/ Mass: 2.6 lbs
Browning youth bow: The Micro Adrenaline is one of the bows that would be most suited for a youth archer. This being a youth bow, is not a toy, but a small child’s bow and must be used under adult supervision at all times. This would be more suited to a child that can pull at least 30 lbs.
Browning Women’s bow: While Browning doesn’t have a line specifically made for the girls. A few models like Verado MT and the Micro Adrenaline would suit the lady archer well.
Some of the Browning bows include the Browning Illusion: with ultimate combination of quiet shooting, smooth draw, low recoil, faster arrow delivery and forgiving geometry. IBO speed range of 305 to 313 fps, it is fast considering its silky smooth draw cycle. This was made possible by the new Trance single-cam. The cam has four inches of draw length adjustment without the need for a bow press. It has a solid back wall at almost full draw. Other specs include
- effective 80% letoff (can be adjusted to 65%)
- tiller provides equal measurements
- 4 ½” diameter idler wheel
- forgiving brace height is 7 ½”
- pair of 12 ½” limbs that are nearly parallel at full draw.
- perfectly balanced bow while the arrow streaks forward
- good (SRS) System to eliminate vibration after a shot
- reliable ImpacStop limb pocket to lessen noise and vibration during the shot
Despite the rise of other competitors, Browning bows have been striving to become a favourite in hunting and shooting sports for years now. They continue to create some of the most innovative archery equipments for its avid shooters. Browning archery has a wide product range with specific designs that are age appropriate.