Abbey Wobbegong Camo
Brand: Abbey Archery
Abbey Wobbegong - a twin cam, solid limb compound bow in next G1 camo and a respectable speed of 206fps
Abbey Wobbegong Camo
Abbey Wobbegong Camo Description
The Abbey Wobbegong is a twin cam, solid limb compound bow which is great for bowfishing. The Wobbegong by Abbey Archery in next G1 camo with its 8125 string and cables is the next step up from the Taipan. This is a favourite bow among finger archers and bowhunters with the 40" axle to axle giving you the right length for a very good release. You do not have to mortgage the house to go on the next bow hunt - just pick up a Wobbegong.
With the Wobbegong's great price, you will have money to spare to purchase all your accessories.
The Wobbegong comes in the latest next G1 camo pattern.
Bow specs at a glance
- Weight 45-60lbs
- Draw range 27"-30"
- Let-Off 65%-70%
- Cam Twin Cam
- Limbs Compression Moulded Fibreglass Solid Straight
- Riser Aluminium Alloy
- IBO Speed 206fps
- Axle to Axle 40"
- Brace Height 9"
- Mass weight 3.9lbs
- Integrated Moulded Grip
- String and cables made from BCY Formula 8125 material
- Available in right hand only
- Camo Colour - next G1 camo pattern
- Limbs feature the name and logo of the Wobbegong. See right
Abbey Wobbegong compound bow includes
- Arrow Rest
- Two pin sight
The Abbey Wobbegong 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 Wobbegong 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 add a Striker sight, Pro Balance camo stabiliser, camo bow quiver, launcher arrow rest, release aid and some Easton arrows and still be under $500.00. The Wobbegong is an ideal bow for new ABA and 3D archers and bowhunters on a budget.
We can also tailor a special bow package to your budget or to suit your requirements for the Wobbegong 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.
Wobbegong is the common name given to the 11 species of carpet sharks in the family Orectolobidae. They are found in shallow temperate and tropical waters of the western Pacific Ocean and eastern Indian Ocean, chiefly around Australia and Indonesia, although one species, the Japanese Wobbegong, Orectolobus japonicus, occurs as far north as Japan. The word Wobbegong is believed to come from the Australian Aboriginal language, meaning "shaggy beard", referring to the growths around the mouth of the shark of the western Pacific. Wobbegongs are bottom-dwelling sharks and spend much of their time resting on the sea floor. Most species have a maximum length of 1.25 metres or 4.1 feet or less, but the largest, the spotted Wobbegong, Orectolobus maculatus, grows up to 3.2 metres or 10 feet. Wobbegongs are well camouflaged with a symmetrical pattern of bold markings which resembles a carpet. Because of this striking pattern, Wobbegongs and their close relatives are often referred to as carpet sharks. The camouflage is improved by the presence of small weed like whiskers lobes surrounding the Wobbegong's jaw, which it uses to entice and catch fish. Wobbegongs make use of their relative invisibility to hide among rocks and catch smaller fish which swim too close, typical of ambush predators. Wobbegongs are generally not dangerous unless they are provoked. They have bitten people who accidentally step on them in shallow water; they may also bite scuba divers or snorkellers who poke or touch them, or who block their escape route. Wobbegongs are very flexible and can easily bite a hand that is holding on to their tail. They have many small but sharp teeth and their bite can be severe, even through a wetsuit; having once bitten, they have been known to hang on and can be very difficult to remove. To avoid being bitten, divers should avoid contact. Although Wobbegongs do not eat humans, humans frequently eat Wobbegongs; the flesh of a Wobbegong or other shark is called flake and it is often used in fish and chips in Australia. Wobbegong skin is also used to make leather.
|Bow Cams:||Twin Cam|
|Speed:||206 feet per sec.|
|Axle to Axle:||40 inches|
|Brace Height:||9 inches|