Bowtech Bows: Diamond and Ross Bows

A little history of how Bowtech bows got started: In 1999, John Strasheim and a partner had in mind some innovative concepts to change the way bows were designed and manufactured. In 2000, Bowtech launched the Black Knight and marketed it as the "fastest bow in the world." With much success from their first product, they gradually expanded until 2004, a year of tremendous growth for technological advancements in archery. It was also in 2004 that Bowtech acquired Diamond Archery, which further propelled its growth.

Over the next four years, Bowtech continued to expand and acquire new innovations and absorb smaller archery outfits. They also expanded their manufacturing capabilities by purchasing and moving operations to a larger facility. In 2007, the company made a big move by introducing Center Pivot riser technology. Though it received mixed reviews in the field, it still contributed to the Bowtech bows' reputation for innovation.

In July of 2008, Bowtech began to manufacture a new line of Ross bows, and became the industry leader of technological advancements.

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Innovations and Product Lines

Ross bows are currently known for the Krank, which creates a smooth draw on their newest bows, the Carnivore series. Carnivore models include the 31, 34, and 37. Other features include the Hybrid Cam System. This improves accuracy and other features that enhance durability, adjustability, and ease of use.

Bowtech's Diamond series boasts the best single cam bows on the market today. View our video on the Diamond Bowtech Nitrous test run. You'll see a detailed overview of the product specifications as well as a rundown on how the product performs in the field. With many models to choose from within many price points, any hunter from novice to competitive or professional can find one suited to their needs. The Liberty and Justice models are trusted by many hunting enthusiasts.

If you already have a favorite bow, check out our selection of accessories by Bowtech. From arrows and quivers, to holsters, hush kits, and more.

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