Customer Opinion from Jason
Hello Grant. Just letting you know how the Bear Carnage went after you set it up in the pro shop at Castle Hill. It is fairly smooth to draw and it is as quiet as anything else that I have shot. The bow is still as you set it up, I only added my sight and stabiliser.
My Bow Specs are 70lb (measured) and 29" draw length (measured), peep, whisker biscuit, cat's whiskers, D-loop etc. I tested the Carnage over the chrono with a few different arrow combos - Flatline 400's approx 350 grains at around 313 fps, Beman 340's approx 453 grains at around 270 fps.
I had no problem shooting nice tight groups while putting it over the chrono. Given the set up as I have it for hunting, the Carnage looks like it would be close to the lower bracket of the advertised IBO speeds if you went with a clean string, drop away rest and 30" draw length. Overall, comparing it to my other bows, it did not match the AlphaBurner for speed BUT on the plus side, it is a lot easier 70lb to pull back and hold. In that regard if people want the ability to change their draw length with a module and like more let-off, the Carnage would certainly be a good choice.
As far as I am concerned, the new Bear Carnage will make a top hunting outfit that is fairly forgiving and a lot of fun!