Hoyt Archery introduced the Altus compound bow as part of its target lineup for 2021.

In this video, Lancaster Archery Supply's P.J. Reilly runs through the specs and features of this 38-inch-long bow that's going to be a great choice for all forms of target archery.

The Altus is available with two different cams - the DCX and SVX. The DCX version will be a little smoother to draw and hold, as compared to the SVX, which is built more for speed.

The most noticeable feature of the Altus to Hoyt target fans is the fact that it does not have a shoot-through riser. Dual bridges in the riser produce the bow's rigidity, versus the shoot-through construction.

Hoyt is marketing the Altus as "another price option" in its target lineup because it's not the most expensive, nor is it the least expensive bow.

Watch now to learn all about this new target bow from Hoyt.