The phone has been ringing off the hook with people looking to see and shoot the "carbon Knight" from Bowtech.
We got one set up at 60 lbs and 29" drawlength the other day, and Timbow, myself and NDA (joe) all got a chance to demo it.
Its a mid line bow priced under 800$ Now you'll say to yourself, the Hoyt carbon bow is 1399$ bowtech really put it to hoyt with a bow almost half priced, right?.. well not exactly.
The Carbon Knight is carbon, Poured carbon into a mold cast. its not tubular carbon like the hoyt where the pieces are individually made and bonded together.
The limbs are solid not multilayered "hardcore limbs" like the Insanity.
The cam is a binary cam with a rotating module to adjust the draw length, and very reminisant to similar bows like the destroyer from a couple years ago.
It is very light at 3.2 lbs. Even with all the accessories on it it is still very light to hold. It draws very smooth, and seems to have a decent valley. Let off is at 80%.
It has a 7 inch brace height, and is 31 inches axle to axle.
The Carbon Knight is rated 330 IBO. We shot it through a chronograph using a 300 grain arrow, and got a consistant 316... If you take that you lose about 10fps for every inch under 30, whisker bisquit and D-loop, and the test bow was at 60lbs, I would say this puts you pretty much at or above rated speed.