Abbey Redgum Ruby

Brand: Abbey Archery

Abbey Redgum - a twin cam, quad limb compound bow in ruby red for finger shooters and target archers at a blistering speed of 260fps

Abbey Redgum Ruby

Abbey Redgum Ruby Description

The Abbey Redgum is a twin cam, quad limb compound bow. The Redgum in ruby red from Abbey Archery is just what finger shooters have been looking for, a 40.5" axle to axle bow with a very nice 7.5" brace height. Not only will finger shooters love this new bow, so will target archers on a budget. This is a great bow to start you off in target archery without breaking the bank.

With the Redgum's great price, you will have money to spare to purchase all your accessories.

The Redgum comes in an attractive ruby red finish and also in a blue sapphire finish.

Bow specs at a glance

  • Weight range 45-65lbs.
  • Draw range 26"-31"
  • Let-Off 65%-70%
  • Cam Twin Cam
  • Limbs Compression Moulded Fibreglass Split Quad Straight
  • Riser Magnesium Alloy
  • IBO Speed 260fps
  • Axle to Axle 40.5"
  • Brace Height 7.5"
  • Mass weight 4lbs
  • Integrated Moulded Grip
  • String and cables made from BCY Formula 8125 material
  • Available in right hand only
  • Colour - ruby red finish

The Abbey Redgum is also available in a complete ready-to-shoot bow package - including a fibre optic sight, two prong arrow rest, stabiliser, bow quiver, release aid, release loop and arrows to suit, set up and ready to shoot and depending on your budget, can also include a hard or soft bow case, a 3D animal practice target, a ShotBlocker block target, a DeadStop bag target or a round or square target butt.

The Redgum bow package includes your accessories expertly installed and set up. This is a value for money action package that sizzles and is ready to go. If you bought all of these accessories separately, the accessories would not be installed on the bow, ready to shoot. You can either shoot the bow barebow or add some target accessories like a SURE-LOC Challenger sight, Trophy Taker arrow rest, TRU peep, Cartel long stabiliser and D loop. Match the Redgum with great shafts from Easton like LightSpeed or Carbon One.

We can also tailor a special bow package to your budget or to suit your requirements for the Redgum or for any bow - please enquire and we can help you select the accessories that are right for you or we will be happy to provide a quote to you.

The River Red Gum or eucalyptus camaldulensis is a tree of the genus eucalyptus. It is one of around 800 in the genus. It is a plantation species in many parts of the world but is native to Australia where it is widespread especially beside inland water courses. Commonly found along many waterways within Australia, being the widest natural distribution of any eucalyptus species. The species is inextricably linked to watercourses. In fact, in only a few locations in Australia will the species occur away from water courses and is found in the Murray-Darling catchment area. Oddly, it is named for a private estate garden near the Camaldoli monastery near Naples (L'Hortus Camaldulensis di Napoli), from where the first specimen came to be described. Material from this tree was used by Frederick Dehnhardt, Chief Gardener at the Botanic Gardens in Naples, to describe this species in 1832. It is a familiar and iconic tree seen along many watercourses right across inland Australia. The tree produces welcome shade in the extreme temperatures of central Australia and plays an important role in stabilising river banks, holding the soil and reducing flooding. It has smooth bark, ranging in colour from white and grey to red-brown which is shed in long ribbons. The tree has a large, dense crown of leaves. The base of the bole can be covered with rough, reddish-brown bark. The juvenile and adult leaves are stalked, with the adult leaves broad at the base, tapering to the tip. The adult leaf colour is a dull blue-green. The leaf also contains several to many oil-producing glands in the un-veined areas of the leaf. It is fast growing and usually grows to 45 metres or 147 feet in height, depending on its location. The tree grows straight under favourable conditions, but can develop twisted branches in drier conditions. The flowering Red Gum, an Australian native tree has a very hard black bark with soft greeny grey foliage. For about 8 weeks in spring and summer it is covered with fluffy flame coloured flowers. There is also a variety that produces cream coloured flowers. River Reds and many other eucalypts have an ominous nickname, "Widow Maker", as they have a habit of dropping large (often half the diameter of the trunk) boughs without warning. This form of self-pruning may be a means of saving water or simply a result of their brittle wood. This is also an efficient way of attracting wildlife that live in the holes formed which gives the red gum a source of natural fertiliser.

Bow Cams: Twin Cam
Limbs: Split Quad Straight
Speed: 260 feet per sec.
Axle to Axle: 41 inches
Brace Height: 7.5 inches

Model Status: Superseded

The Abbey Redgum Ruby has been replaced by the
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