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SAS Siege 55 lb 29” Compound Bow w/ 5-Spot Paper Target Review

Compound bow has become a widely sought-after tool among hunting enthusiasts. Some of the major attractions to this innovative hunting tool include the integration of pulleys that help minimize tension on the string. Consequently, you are able to hold the bow with ease, in a proper shooting position. In addition, shooting with innovative compound bows such as the SAS Siege 55 lb Compound Bow w/ 5-Spot Paper Target requires less strength. As a result, any archer is able to aim at an object with ease and will engage little effort to shoot the arrow on a straight path.

I love to hunt games and would not hesitate to help anyone who is enthusiastic about this fun hobby. I was looking for a good starter compound bow for my 18-year old niece when I stumbled on this innovative compound bow under review. I love my brand of bow and just wanted to get her the same brand, but the starter’s model.

However, it was out of stock as at the time she needed a compound bow badly. I was compelled to look for a different brand but with close scrutiny. After comparing four bows that have been designed with starters in mind, I decided to settle for the SAS Siege compound bow. Indeed, it was a worthwhile decision.

What Makes It a Great Choice?

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As I said earlier, my focus was on a bow that has been designed with starters in mind. And, the SAS Siege’s compound bow emerged as my best choice because of the following outstanding features;

Great Bow to Help New Shooters Develop Their Archery Talent: Indeed, as I watch my niece shoot with this special archery weapon, I concluded there is no better way to help her hone up her archery talents than with this compound bow set that provides her with the proper gear of high quality as well as durability.

Compressed ABS Limb: What I love most about this ABS limb is its ability to span balance, weight as well as strength, which in turn promises an extended life for the bow. So, with the look of things, this compound bow is likely to serve my niece for a longer time.

41.5” Axle to Axle – Good Match for Starters: The 41.5 inches axle to axle integration is obviously a good match for a compound bow targeted at starters. Also, the 29 inches draw length is suitable for someone who is trying to get savvier with bow shooting.

Ability to Increase or Decrease the Draw Weight: You don’t have to manage a higher or lower weight. The compound bow comes with a strong piece layered limb that you can tweak to draw up to 55 Ibs weight or reduce the weight accordingly. When my niece complained that the weight was much, I simply loosened the bolt to decrease the weight by 5 Ibs. And, to increase the weight again, all you need to do is tighten the bolt.

Back Pivoting Limb Pockets – Firmly Holds and Protect the Limbs: The back pivoting limb pockets are great concept, particularly because they firmly hold and protect the innovative limbs of this special bow. Besides, the limb pockets offer strong connection alongside firm tolerances to boost accuracy.

A Riser – Offers a Curb Appeal:
Anyone will surely love the curb appeal of this compound bow, which is made possible with the riser feature. The riser itself has multiple cut-outs that make the bow appear waffled.

Outstanding Speed – 206Ft Per Second!: When you pull back the string, the bow uses 55 pounds of force – this takes place before the activation of the twin cam idlers. And, once you release the string the arrow is launched at 206ft per second – a speed that you can rarely find with most starters’ compound bows.
Other features of this archery tool include adjustable bow sight and right-hand use. And, as the name suggests, it also comes with paper target.


Pros: Obviously, with all the innovative features above, this compound bow is worth every dime invested into it.

Cons: The only complain I have about this compound bow is the right-hand concept. This limits the item to only right-handed people.

Final Verdict

I highly recommend this compound bow to starters and just any adult archer.

SAS Rage 70 Lbs 30” Compound Bow Review

Those seeking to provide their shooters with the best opportunity to build their archery talent will definitely fall in love with the SAS Rage 70 Lbs 30” Compound Bow. This special bow provides a suitable, durable and high quality gear that shooters need to function optimally.

SAS Rage Compound Bow Features

The bow has been integrated with a 35 inch axle to axle. The draw length is 270 FPA. In order to extend the life of the bow, the compressed ABS limb spans strength, weight, and balance.
The sturdy piece layered limb of this bow can draw weights as much as 70Ibs. When you let the bolt loose, the draw weight will go down by 5 pounds. On the other hand, when you tighten the bolt, the draw weight will gain extra 5 pounds. The back pivoting limb pockets help to hold the limbs in place, resulting in unyielding tolerances for improved accuracy.

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The riser provides a restrain appeal to the bow. The riser has a number of cut-outs that offers a waffle appearance to the compound bow. Pulling back the sting will cause the bow to take 70 Ibs of force. This occurs before the activation of the twin cam idlers. When you release the string, an arrow launches at an exceptional speed of 270ft/sec.

Desirable Price: The amazing price of this superior compound bow really amazed and attracted me. The 70Ibs shooting power is simply overpowering.

Adjustable Draw Weight: And, if you feel burdened by this heavy draw weight, you can reduce it. For instance, I had to drop the weight to 55Ibs because I was beginning to experience pain on my shoulder.

Modifiable Bow: Also, you can add some modifications to this special bow as you wish. For instance, you can engage the shock stop stabilizer, trophy ridge, limb case, or a whisker bisquit to modify the bow as you deem fit.

SAS Rage 70 Lbs 30” Compound Bow

SAS Rage 70 Lbs 30” Compound Bow

Controllable Noise Levels and Vibration: I must be honest to say that you cannot rate this bow as one of the quietest, albeit not quite noisy. The good thing is that you can bring the noise level and vibration under control by integrating a vibration absorbing stabilizer and string dampeners. Thereafter, you can have a noiseless hunting with the bow.

Smooth Draw Cycle: The moderate design of the bow’s dual cams promotes smooth draw cycle with this special hunting tool. As a result, even novice archers will experience a great shooting session with the bow. Another desirable feature of the cams is a moveable stop pin, which in turn produces a fixed wall for newbie archers to build a steady anchor point.

Sufficient Kinetic Energy: The 70 Ibs draw weight helps the bow to create sufficient kinetic energy, making it well-suited for hunting. Consequently, the bow will provide you with as much as 56.8ft-Ibs KE (Kinetic Energy) at 70 Ibs draw weight.

Sufficient Hunting Energy: The energy produced by this arching tool is sufficient to hunt small to medium sized animals using lighter arrows. You will need heavier arrows when hunting larger animals.

I confirmed the following specifications when I received the bow;
• 55-70 Ibs Draw Weight
• 26 – 30 Inches Draw Length
• 270 FPS Max Speed
• 35 Inches Axle to Axle
• 4.4 Ibs Net Weight

Value for Money

With the good features of this bow surpassing the few not-so-desirable features, this arching tool is definitely a good value for its price. Virtually all the features are what you should expect of a modern compound bow – the cams, parallel limb design, machined aluminum riser and more.

Pros & Cons

Pros: Undeniably, the bow itself is sturdy. It is well made and comes all aluminum, with split limbs. The grip offers super comfort. The accompanying rest and sight can serve as spare screws.
In addition, my expectation of the let off poundage was exceeded, making it easier for me to shoot as many arrows as possible. I tried firing 2-inch at 30 yards, and the outcome really excited and satisfied me. I really never expected that at its amazingly affordable price the bow could perform quite optimally.

Cons: What I particularly don’t like about this bow is the fact that you will need to change the string often, well not too often, at least yearly. And, compared to my previous bow, this one is quite heavy (4.4 Ibs).
In essence, the absence of light-weight feature is not particularly nice in the eyes of many archers. But undeniably, the bow has a good foundation that will keep it shooting desirably for many years.

Closing Thought

Anyone (both savvy and novice hunting enthusiasts) who desires good hunting experience with a bow at an affordable price will not hesitate to purchase this bow. It simply offers great value for money, especially when you consider its increased affordability.