Prime Black 9 2020 Compound Target Bow

Prime Archery for 2020 launched the Prime Black 9 compound bow, which is built mainly for target archers.

Watch Lancaster Archery Supply TechXpert Dustin Cimato as he walks through the features and technologies built into this 39-inch-long bow.

Arguably, the most noted feature of this bow is the Roto cam, which includes a rotating module for changing draw length. In the past, Prime bows employed draw-length-specific cams, which required changing the cams in order to change draw lengths.

With the Black 9, the draw length can be changed simply by rotating a module.

2020 Prime Archery Black Series Compound Bows Review

For 2020, Prime Archery has introduced its Black Series of compound bows, which has offerings for both bowhunters and target archers.

Watch here, as Lancaster Archery Supply TechXpert Dustin Cimato runs through the features and technologies offered in this series of bows, which includes models that measure 31 inches, 33 inches and 35 inches long.

Arguably the most noted feature of these bows is the rotating module for adjusting draw length. Previously, Prime bows were cam specific, which meant that to change draw lengths, the cam had to be changed.

With the Black Series bows, changing draw length is as simple as rotating a module.

 

2019 Prime Logic CT3

Prime Archery unveiled the Logic CT3 as one of its flagship hunting compound bows for 2019. In the video, LAS TechXpert P.J. Reilly runs through the features of the CT3.

The CT3 measures 33 inches long, with a 6.25-inch brace height and IBO speed rating of 335 feet per second. It features Prime parallel cam system and the “centergy” technology, which puts the top of the grip in the physical center of the bow. By doing this, the bow balances better and has perfectly level nock travel.

The riser features the Prime “swerve,” which features a bend in the lower part of the riser to match the bend in the upper part. These matching bends allow the riser to flex in a uniform fashion during a shot, which minimizes vibration.

2018 Prime Logic Hunting Bow

Prime has unveiled the Logic as its flagship hunting bow for 2018.

In this video, LAS TechXpert P.J. Reilly reviews the features and functions of this compound bow from Prime Archery.

The Logic is a 31-inch bow that’s got split limbs and Prime’s trademark parallel cam system (PCS). The PCS eliminates cam lean.

With a 7-inch brace height, the Prime Logic has an IBO speed rating of 330 feet per second. It comes in maximum draw weights of 40, 50, 60, 65, 70 and 80 pounds, and draw lengths of 24.5-30 inches. Each bow has a draw-length-specific cam, which maximizes the efficiency of the cam in each bow.

 

2017 Prime One STX V2 Compound Bow

Prime introduced its One STX V2 compound bows for 2017. The bows come in two lengths – 36 inches axle to axle and 39 inches.

The One STX V2 line is primarily intended for competitive, target archery. They feature 65-percent let-off, which is a lower let-off favored by target archers who like to hold more weight at full draw. They say it gives them a better feel for the bow and their release.

The One STX bows feature 82X aluminum, which Prime says is the stiffest aluminum they use in their risers. That stiffness minimizes hand shock at the shot, allowing the archer to hold the bow steady through the release.

Other features of the new bows reviewed by Lancaster Archery Supply TechXpert P.J. Reilly include dual, rear stabilizer bushings, a shoot-through riser and Prime’s signature parallel cam system that negates cam lean.

The 39-inch bow is rated at 323 feet per second, while the 36-inch bow has an IBO rating of 325 feet per second.