PSE Sinister Infinity Camo Compound Bow Package 70 Pound

PSE Sinister Infinity Camo Compound Bow Package 70 Pound

4.67 out of 5
(3 customer reviews)

4.67 out of 5
3 reviews

Product Description

There’s Something a Little Sinister About a Bow This Good. Never before has there been a 28 inch axle-to-axle length, 7 1/4 inch brace height, single-cam (Amp Cam (AP) – 2nd generation posi-lock inner cam; 7075 aircraft grade aluminum for increased strength and decreased weight; Larger string track for amplified performance with new bow geometries) bow that will shoot 327 fps. The new PSE Sinister Infinity Camo Compound Bow Package 70 Pound is very compact making it the perfect bow for hunting from a tree stand, ground blind or on those long hikes out West. But unlike most short axle-to-axle length bows, the new Sinister bow is very forgiving and amazingly fast. It is also easy on the pocket book. Brace Height: 7 1/4″. Axle-to-Axle: 28″. ATA/IBO Speed: 327-319 fps. Letoff: 75%. Mass Weight: 3.9 lbs. Draw Length Range: 25 1/2″ to 30 1/2″. Maximum Limb Bolt Turns From Bottom: 10 turns. Shipped in: 29″. Skullworks Camo. 70 lb. Draw Weight. Right Hand. RTS Package includes: Aries Sight, Whisker Biscuit Rest, Flextech Stabilizer, Mongoose Quiver, PSE Neoprene Sling, Peep Sight, and Nock Loop. 1312APRIF2970.

  • PSE Sinister Infinity Camo Compound Bow Package 70 Pound
  • Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity
  • 25.5-30 inch draw weight
  • Big performance from an ultra compact, ready-to-shoot bow
  • 28” axle-to-axle bow – great for tree stand, ground blind or long hike hunts
  • Highly preloaded split limbs with Brute X pivoting limb pockets for better limb alignment

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3 reviews for PSE Sinister Infinity Camo Compound Bow Package 70 Pound

  1. Bruno
    5 out of 5


    I’ve always shot lefty, last winter my brother got this bow as a present and turns out that his draw length is longer than what the bow can provide. So he gave the bow to me. All I can say is that the bow is light and accurate. I thought My first time shooting any bow with a quick release and righty would be a disaster but it wasn’t. I was on target up to 45 yards and at 60 yards my shot was a foot and a half low but dead on target for the horizontal portion. If you walk a lot with a bow I recommend this bow as it is light weight and doesn’t get in the way when you’re on a stand. I’m 5’5″ 145 lbs with a 70# pull and not maxed on draw length

  2. Lane
    5 out of 5


    As always PSE is better than expected! The sinister is incredably light, 28″ short axle to axle length! I think its perfect for hunting whitetails in alabama! We have a wide variety of terrain and I believe this is the bow to do the job! I’ve been shooting a stinger and when I decided to buy a sinister I didnt realize what I’d been missing! The stinger just became my back up bow! Long story short, Im very happy with this bow!

  3. Chriss D
    4 out of 5


    I actually bought this bow from Cabela’s just today. I went there looking at a couple of the others and ended up shooting the Brute, Sinister and a few others. The PSE Brute was very accurate but seemed to be much slower than the Sinister and a bit longer of a bow than what I was wanting.

    After getting home, I shot it twice and the peep site popped out of the string..!? I took to a shop right down the road and they replaced it with a much better one. Everything else seems to be decent quality. I got it with a RTS package that came with the peep site, sites, quiver and stabilizer. I also got the 60-70lb instead of the 50-60lb. I have mine set on 60 and it’s very fast and accurate. I overall really like the bow and the short size. It’s accurate, light to carry and since it’s shorter will be great for tree stands and hunting.

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