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    2014 Bear Archery Line up Sneak Peek

    here is a Sneak peek of 2014 Bear line. Sorry no pics available
    here are the specs of the new bows,

    Attitude RTH
    310 FPS
    3.7 lbs
    7.25 brace
    31 axle to axle
    50/60/70 max lbs
    25-32 drawlength
    80% letoff
    $399.99

    Authority RTH
    315 FPS
    4 lbs
    6.75 brace
    31 axle to axle
    50/60/70 max lbs
    24.5-31.5 drawlength
    80% letoff
    $499.99

    Effect RTH
    325 FPS
    4.2 lbs
    7 brace
    31.25 axle to axle
    50/60/70 max lbs
    27-31.5 drawlength
    75% letoff
    $649.99

    Anarchy HC
    330 FPS
    4 lbs
    7.25 brace
    35.5 axle to axle
    50/60/70 max lbs
    26.5-31.5 drawlength
    75% letoff
    $899.99

    Agenda 6
    350 FPS
    3.9 lbs
    6 brace
    32 axle to axle
    50/60/70 max lbs
    25.5-30 drawlength
    75% letoff
    $899.99


    Agenda 7
    340 FPS
    4 lbs
    7 brace
    32 axle to axle
    50/60/70 max lbs
    26.5-31 drawlength
    75% letoff
    $899.99

    Venue
    330 FPS
    4 lbs
    7 brace
    32.25 axle to axle
    50/60/70 max lbs
    24-31 drawlength
    80% letoff
    $849.99

    Finesse RTH
    285* FPS
    3 lbs
    7 brace
    28.6 Axle to Axle
    40/50 max lbs
    23-28 drawlength
    80% letoff
    $499.99

    Rumor
    300* FPS
    3.6 lbs
    6.5 Brace
    30.25 axle to axle
    40/50/60 max lbs
    23.5-27 drawlength
    75 letoff
    $899.99
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    is it just me or is 899 kinda steap?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesxCreedx View Post
    is it just me or is 899 kinda steap?
    Compared to what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by R4ce View Post
    Compared to what?
    Thats what I was wondering. The creed retails for that same with the chill and others

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    Its a business tactic. By pricing it like the Creed, and others, they are placing their bow in that category. They are competing against people that want to buy that level of bow. Now if it is actually as nice, that is up to the person buying it. They have been working hard to make nicer products and compete with the elite companies. Some would say $900 for the creed is steep.
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    I paid 799 for my creed. Ive shot previous bears and wouldnt put them in that category. Just my opinon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesxCreedx View Post
    I paid 799 for my creed. Ive shot previous bears and wouldnt put them in that category. Just my opinon.
    Yes and the bear will probably sell for 799 in parts of the country. The msrp for the creed isnt 799.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesxCreedx View Post
    I paid 799 for my creed. Ive shot previous bears and wouldnt put them in that category. Just my opinon.
    Lol creed msrp is $999. Shots a blistering 328fps. And you don't think a bear would be in the same category? Well you are right on that, bear would
    Be a better buy based on numbers. But then I'm not a mathews fan boy

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    anyone notice the 75% let off? i didnt know they made any bows that wasnt 80% anymore?

    its on the agenda 6 and agenda 7... i bet they are completely different than the motive 6 and motive 7
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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesxCreedx View Post
    I paid 799 for my creed. Ive shot previous bears and wouldnt put them in that category. Just my opinon.
    Previous as in what? The last few years Bear has been kicking butt again, the Motive 6 is one of last years sweetest bows imo. No I don't own one, YET. But since I typically buy 3-5 bows a year, I'm sure I will. I almost bought the Motive over my Hoyt Spyder.

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    Ok so I'm new to this forum but not new to bow hunting! Today I began my bear journey and started with the agenda 7 ok so it's very very nice so far! Smooth as silk and matthews better stand back because there is next to no vibration, with my 350 Easton torch arrows it shot a whopping 321 fps that's a hunting shaft people! I just put my creed up for sale since it will not even be my back up bow since my pse pro series treestand model will beat out the matthews any questions plz ask I know now isn't even out until oct 1st but I'm privileged well kinda!

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    2014 Bear line up

    Quote Originally Posted by tfarah22 View Post
    Its a business tactic. By pricing it like the Creed, and others, they are placing their bow in that category. They are competing against people that want to buy that level of bow. Now if it is actually as nice, that is up to the person buying it. They have been working hard to make nicer products and compete with the elite companies. Some would say $900 for the creed is steep.

    I have Mathews Z7, Z7 Extreme, Bowtech Insanity, Bear Motive 6. The Motive is every bit as good as my other bows. The only thing I dont like about the Motive is there strings (thats a easy fix) There price point is correct, I would disagree with anyone that says Bear is below par then Mathews, Bowtech, Hoyt, Elite...

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    As far as technology leaps Bear has come leaps and bounds further than what other companies have in the past couple years. That being said Hoyt, Mathews, and the like didn't have the giant gap that Bear Bows had back 5-6 years ago. Once you get to the Mathews, Hoyt, PSE, Bear, Bowtech names, no one makes a "bad" bow. It's all according to the person. Personally I wouldn't shoot a Bear, or a Bowtech, or a Mathews, but I'm not going to say any of them are a bad company or make crap bows. I know plenty of guys who shoot their bows and could put most people to shame.

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