- Phone Number: 8015619020
- Condition: Used
- Listing Type: Business
- City: West Jordan
- State: Utah
- Zip/Postal Code: 84084-3423
- Listed: June 23, 2022 5:32 pm
- Expires: 7 days, 16 hours
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Adjustable draw length of 19 up to 30 inches
Delivers speeds of up to 300 feet per second
Has a 28 inches axle-to-axle length
Has a nice long brace height of 8 inches
Comes with a massive weight range from 15 pounds to 70 pounds
Lightweight at 3.6 pounds
Equipped with Hoyt’s TEC riser design
Employs Ignite Limb System
Aluminum Risers and Limb
Hoyt Ignite is equipped with machined aluminum Tec riser that has a truss that runs down the riser behind the bow hand. This feature can help reduce torque and enhances your center shot because the riser is a little wider at its widest point than most compound bows. The aluminum riser is designed to be thinner but does not lose any of its strength. Thus, it absorbs more vibration and shock than the standard style riser of other bows.
This compound bow comes with two parallel ZR125 split-limbs that lets you adjust the bow without having to change the limbs. The maximum draw weight depends on the draw length and the limb bolt adjustments. Even if the limbs are stiff, they still give you a stable shot. The combination of the limb bolt adjustment and the draw length determines the draw weight.
The draw weight is adjustable in a range of approximately 15# at each draw length, with the maximum weight of 70# that is only achievable at 30 inches. The limb bolt can be turned at a maximum number of eight turns allowing for the 15# adjustability,
Hoyt Ignite is capable of a wide range of adjustability thanks to its Ignite Cam System. The draw length can easily fit almost all sizes of shooters by adjusting it in one-inch increments from 19 up to 30 inches just by using the rotating modules. You simply remove the screws that connect the rotating modules, then slide the module into place, and tighten the screws back in place. Remember that the maximum draw weight will be directly affected by the draw length.
The speed of this compound bow is based on the relation of the adjustments, for example, the maximum draw weight at 19 inches is 35#, while the minimum draw weight of 30 inches is 48#. This eccentric cam system will give the shooter a respectable 300 fps, but there are times that it will not produce quite that much speed. It will, however, come close to the maximum draw weight and length.
Hoyt Ignite is equipped with a one-piece composite bow grip that is designed to be a little more compact to fit hands of younger shooters or women. Its low-torque quality provides consistent and accurate shots. Since this is an entry-level compound bow, it is engineered to grow old with the user so you can start learning with this bow and level up your performance without having to buy a new one.
This compound bow provides a good speed depending on the draw length. It gives the shooter a very smooth draw cycle.
Although the Hoyt Ignite gives a smooth draw cycle, it is not the best compared to other brands and models. The draw cycle can be stiff depending