Parker Technologies, had created a smooth draw cam, which was one of the many useful innovations in the field of archery. Parker compound bows utilize the EZ Draw Cam, the Eccentric Systems let the shooter to draw smoothly with less effort. It was believed to be one of the smoothest in the market.
Each Parker bow model in the adult line has a parallel limb design, to help shooters optimize performance and accuracy. For added functionality and strength, Parker uses lightweight aluminum to machine risers. According to some amazon reviews, these risers do not look as very fancy as the other competitions, but performance wise-these risers are awesome.
With its high quality materials and great customer service, finding an unsatisfied unsatisfied Parker bows shooter is a little bit difficult. The company also has a program that allows the customers to upgrade the limb at $50 depending on the growing archers’ need, they call this initiative- “Grow with Parker”
Parker has a wide range of bows that are high quality, easy to shoot, affordable and lightweight.
Parker youth compound bow line, has two models; the Buckshot and Sidekick. Both youth bows are great for the young archers and are in pink camo design.
Parker Adult Bows
Parker offers five different designs for the adult line depending on the archers’ budget and style. One of the popular bows in this line based on affordability and shootability is Wildfire. Another great option for a serious hunter is the 2012 model Parker python bow, it is on retail for $599. A new version of this bow was released in 2013. Parker does not spend on advertising, rather the money goes in to manufacturing affordable yet high quality bows. With the use of many great technologies, these bows were made to perform better than its retail price.
Python offers features that are nice and high-end. An example feature is the Parker compound bow string suppressor with a tunable capability.
Parker Python (2 versions)
Manufactured in 2012 – 2013
Latest version in 2013
|7 inches Brace Height|
|30 inches Axle to Axle length|
|26 – 31 inches Draw Length|
|50 -70 lbs Draw Weight|
|325 fps IBO|
|4.25 lbs Weight|
- Comes with high-end technologies
- Single cam up to 325 feet per second in speed with a brace height of 7 inches
- Available in only 1 finish option
- Vibration will be reduced only when accessories were added
Parker Python and Parker Inferno comparison
|Parker Python||Parker Inferno|
|2013 version||2012 version|
|7 ” Brace Height||7.5 ” Brace Height|
|30 ” AtA Length||30.375 ” AtA Length|
|26 ” – 31 ” Draw Length||26 ” – 31 ” Draw Length|
|50 lbs – 70 lbs Draw Weight||50 lbs – 70 lbs Draw Weight|
|325 fps IBO||320 fps IBO|
|4.25 lbs Weight||3.75 lbs Weight|
|80% Let-Off||80% Let-Off|
The Python comes in not super fancy finish design, it’s available in only one finish option, incorporated with many neutral colors. With a splash of the color green, this bow is not very pretty looking, but it absolutely gets the job done.