While the new CONCORDE Target model is blowing through X’s, its tough hunting brother the CONCORDE Infinity will be parting fur. Accuracy is everything in this smooth shooting hunter with a usual heavy dash of Alpine tough dependability thrown in.
Alpine President Bob Proctor made the introduction; “The CONCORDE Infinity is designed with a longer 40″ axle-to-axle length and comfortable 8.125″ brace height for the ultimate forgiveness not usually found in today’s high-performance hunting models. This is a great bow for release shooters but if you shoot fingers you are just flat going to love the way this bow shoots.”
The new 2011 Alpine CONCORDE Infinity has the same on-demand accuracy that the Alpine Concorde Target bow has but is covered in the popular Mossy Oak Infinity camo, enhanced with rich brown anodized components and a beautiful, sculpted rosewood grip.
The CONCORDE Infinity may be one of the most forgiving bows in the woods this year but it’s no slouch in performance with it’s hot 315 FPS IBO rating and especially nice on the wallet at a low $620 retail,
The new CONCORDE Infinity is built on a machined aluminum riser with 13″ limb design. It comes with adjustable draw length modules of 27″ to 31″ and draw weights of 60 and 70 pounds. The cam system is the small Veloctec™ model with Alpine’s patented precision ball bearing technology for a smoother draw and release. The machined limb pockets hold each limb in perfect alignment for shot after shot precision consistency.
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3101 North South Highway
Lewiston, ID 83501