I arrived home today to a very welcome sight just inside my front door. A long thin cardboard box, surprisingly light to pick up, with a giant Bear stamped on the side. A brand new Bear Archery Anarchy bow.
I’ll be giving the latest release from Bear Archery a try this spring, and given what I’ve heard so far about this bow, I’m thinking it’s going to be a blast! I’ll be sure to share all of my honest thoughts and feedback about the Anarchy after I’ve been able to give it a good amount of use. But for now – here are a few of my initial impressions upon un-boxing my Anarchy:
- The “Shadow Series” (AKA all black) paint job is just sick. This thing looks awesome. If a bow could kill a buck with looks, I’d say the Anarchy would have as good a shot as any.
- The Anarchy is surprisingly light. It has a relatively longer axle to axle length, but that doesn’t seem to have translated into a heavy or uncomfortable bow to yield. Love the way the bow balances in the hand as well – really excited to see how it feels post arrow release.
- I love the “over molded” handle already. It’s thin enough that I won’t be worried too much about torque, but it also has a comfortable rubberized grip which I imagine will not be ice cold in the winter (a pet peeve of mine w/one of my other bows). Not too mention the I like the roaring Bear logo stamped prominently on the grip.
All this being said, it’s really too early to determine much else, but I’m very excited to give the Anarchy a proper try and I’ll be sure to share my thoughts with you and the rest of the Wired To Hunt Nation soon! Stay tuned.
For more information of the Anarchy, visit the Bear Archery website