2017 Bowtech Reign 6 Compound Bow Review

Bowtech Archery has introduced the Reign 6 and Reign 7 as their flagship hunting bows for 2017.

The numbers – 6 and 7 – refer to the brace height of each particular model. The Reign 6 has a 6-inch brace height, while the Reign 7 has a 7-inch brace height.

In this video, LAS TechXpert P.J. Reilly runs down the features of the Reign 6. He covers the various specs of the bow, including IBO speed rating, axle to axle measurement and draw length specifications.

This bow has a number of Bowtech-exclusive features, such as the overdrive binary cam system, the micro-sync dial and the powershift technology, which includes the Flip Disc rotating module. By flipping the draw length module from one side to the other, archers can get two different performances out of their bow – “Comfort” and “Performance.”

The comfort setting is going to feature a deep valley at full draw, but will shoot arrows slower than in the performance setting, which will hold longer at the peak of the draw force curve.