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Hoyt Charger Compound Bow (Custom Colors)

SKU# 2560582

$549.99

Item # 2560582

This product is available for sale in our showroom only.
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Hoyt
Product Description
Product Description
• Re-Charged for 2014!
• Legendary Hoyt quality, accuracy, toughness and high-speed performance
• Features even more stability and accuracy with a new advanced limb pocket and wider split limb spacing
• TEC Lite - Lightweight yet brutally tough, engineered to eliminate flexing and twisting found in conventional risers
• Limb Shox - Demolishes noise and vibration making your shot smooth and quiet
• Stealth Shot - Destroys string oscillation and noise, delivering the ultiamte silent shot
• Axle to Axle: 31"
• ATA Speed: 325 fps
• Brace Height: 6-3/4"
• Mass Weight: 3.8 lbs.
• Draw Length: 24" to 30"
• Draw Weight: 40, 50, 60, 65, 70, 80 lbs.
• Custom Hunting Color Options: Black Out riser w/ Xtra™ limbs, Black Out riser w/ Max-1® limbs, Xtra™ riser w/ Bone Collector limb graphics, Max-1® or Black Out riser w/ Vicxen limb graphics, Realtree AP Snow®, Realtree AP Pink
• Custom Target Color options available

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excellent Review by deer killer
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2nd year archery, killed 4 deer..... shots as far as 35 yards!! last one was a Buck in late second season. I don't think I'm that good of a shot...I will never shoot another bow

(Posted on 9/2/14)

Great Bow Review by norcal88
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I've been in archery for 22 years, and have shot/owned several different bows. I personally shot the 2014 Matthews Creed SX, Hoyt Charger, and the 2014 G5 Quest back to back to back, and hands down I would pick the Hoyt Charger first every time. With a 6 3/4" brace height, it is, surprisingly a very forgiving bow. From Draw to Shot, the bow is dead in your hand. The first weekend I had it, I robin hooded an arrow at 50 yards, and for the record, that was more the performance of this great bow, than my "excellent" archery skill. Beginner to Expert, this bow is unbeatable in quality, price, and performance.

(Posted on 5/9/14)

Amazing Bow Review by wickedkilla
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Can not beat the value and quality of this bow. Won't find a better bow for the money Hoyt quality and engineering for a bargain price

(Posted on 4/24/14)

Best bow for the money Review by Robert L
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Hoyt Charger Review



Great, dependable gear is some thing that every hunter looks for. We want to have some thing that is effective, durable, dependable, comfortable and of course the right price. In todays hunting world there is gear for every thing how ever it comes with a price. A good quality compound bow has to be in the thousand dollar range right? With Hoyt's Charger line of bows you do not have to break the bank to get performance. With the Charger only costing $499 for the bare bow or $650 for a Fuse package with every thing you need to start shooting has to be to good to be true right?



I have only been in the whole archery scene for a little over a year at this point, and the Charger is the first bow I have ever owned. When it comes to archery I have learned that the most important thing when selecting a bow is how it feels in your hand. For me, out of all the other major brands of bows I tried the Charger just feels right. The draw is smooth and comes with a solid back wall and a let off of 80 percent. While this is not the fastest shooting bow on the market, having an AtA( Archery trade Association) speed of 325 FPS (feet per second) is enough to get any job in North America done. A bare Charger weighs in at 3.8 pounds which makes packing it around an ease. Hoyt's Charger package comes with with a Fuse 3-pin sight, Fuse FlexBlade Stabilizer and sling, Fuse Vector 4 Arrow Quiver, Ultra Rest Hunter Arrow Rest, and a Peep Sight. While the package does not come with top of the line accessories they are great for beginning archers.



One down side to the Charger is the vibration after the shot. While its not the worst out there it is surly not the best. For me the vibration is very manageable but could be improved upon. Another point of concern for me was the quality of the Fuse strings and cables. I waxed the strings regularly and found that after a year they where stretched out and breaking down. I replaced the strings with Winners Choice strings and have been very satisfied.



Over all I think that the Hoyt Charger is the best introductory bow I could have bought. When you consider that the Spyder is Hoyt's next step up that comes with a price tag of $1000. With that increase in price you get a little more speed and less vibration does this justify the price difference? I think that is for the buyer to decide and for me it was not. The Hoyt Charger easily competes with bows more expensive than its self. While the charger is not the fastest, quietest, or least vibrating bow out there for the price it can not be beat.

(Posted on 2/5/14)

Best bow for the money. Review by Robert L
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Hoyt Charger Review

Great, dependable gear is some thing that every hunter looks for. We want to have some thing that is effective, durable, dependable, comfortable and of course the right price. In todays hunting world there is gear for every thing how ever it comes with a price. A good quality compound bow has to be in the thousand dollar range right? With Hoyt's Charger line of bows you do not have to break the bank to get performance. With the Charger only costing $499 for the bare bow or $650 for a Fuse package with every thing you need to start shooting has to be to good to be true right?

I have only been in the whole archery scene for a little over a year at this point, and the Charger is the first bow I have ever owned. When it comes to archery I have learned that the most important thing when selecting a bow is how it feels in your hand. For me, out of all the other major brands of bows I tried the Charger just fells right. The draw is smooth and comes with a solid back wall and a let off of 80 percent. While this is not the fastest shooting bow on the market, having an ATA( Archery Trade Association) speed of 325 FPS (feet per second) is enough to get any job in North America done. A bare Charger weighs in at 3.8 pounds which makes packing it around an ease. Hoyt's Charger package comes with with a Fuse 3-pin sight, Fuse FlexBlade Stabilizer and sling, Fuse Vector 4 Arrow Quiver, Ultra Rest Hunter Arrow Rest, and a Peep Sight. While the package does not come with top of the line accessories they are great for beginning archers.



One down side to the Charger is the vibration after the shot. While its not the worst out there it is surly not the best. For me the vibration is very manageable but could be improved upon. Another point of concern for me was the quality of the Fuse strings and cables. I waxed the strings regularly and found that after a year they where stretched out and breaking down. I replaced the strings with Winners Choice strings and have been very satisfied.


Over all I think that the Hoyt Charger is the best introductory bow I could have bought. When you consider that the Spyder is Hoyt's next step up that comes with a price tag of $1000. With that increase in price you get a little more speed and less vibration does this justify the price difference? I think that is for the buyer to decide and for me it was not. The Hoyt Charger easily competes with bows more expensive than its self. While the charger is not the fastest, quietest, or least vibrating bow out there for the price it can not be beat.

(Posted on 2/5/14)

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