Bowtech is Heating Up the Competition with These New Bows

Bowtech just launched its new Relm SR6 and SS, which both feature top-notch accuracy.

The archery industry is focused on getting any type of shooter to join the game. Bowtech took this to heart in its recent release of two new Relm Series bows.

These bows allow ultimate adjustability with the everyday shooter in mind. Bowtech listened to feedback from customers and ultimately gave customers exactly what they asked for.

They come in 50-,60- and 70-pound draw weights along with a wide range of draw lengths. You can also customize each bow with six different color patterns to match a variety of hunting environments.

Relm SR6

If you've been looking for the highest-performing bow on the market, look no further. The Relm SR6 is the top athlete when it comes to Bowtech's flagship bows. In my personal opinion, this is the bow you should take into the mountains. This bow has the ability to take down the herd bull with complete accuracy.

WARNING: Make sure you shoot no more than four arrows at a time. This bow is so accurate, you might even "Robin Hood" an arrow or two.

Bow stats:

Axle-to-Axle: 32"
Brace Height: 6"
Speed: 352 FPS
Draw Length: 25 1/2 - 30"
Draw Weight: 50,60,70 pounds
Mass Weight: 4.3 pounds

Relm SS

You really can't beat the smooth draw of this bow. Bowtech aimed to reduce vibration and sound as much as possible, and they certainly did.

In my opinion, I think this bow is ideal for your typical whitetail hunter. The decrease in vibration and sound provides a shot that could take out any mature buck. And, its elite speed, accuracy and range are raising eyebrows across the industry.

Bow Stats

Axle-to-Axle: 32"
Brace Height: 6"
Speed: 337 FPS
Draw Length: 25 - 31"
Draw Weight: 50,60,70 pounds
Mass Weight: 4.3 pounds

Overall Reaction

After looking at the release of these bows, I come to two conclusions. First, I think these bows are probably the most consumer-focused bows I've seen. You can fully customize each platform for your individual draw.

Second, you need to head to your local archery shop and shoot these bows as soon as possible. Not all bows are perfect for everyone, but Bowtech really got my attention this go around. So, you won't know until you try shooting them yourself, so give it a shot!