The New Breed archery company has announced that it will not release a new bow line for 2021. However, the company is sticking to the customers that purchased its last bowline. The decision to not release a new bowline is a devaluation of last year’s bows. It’s unclear if New Breed will continue to make bows. The Cyborg 2 and Blade XL bows were designed by Kyle Null and are currently available at New Breed.
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Kyle Null, the president of New Breed Archery, started building custom bows in his garage and eventually turned it into a full-time business. The company now makes one-of-a-kind bows and sells them direct to consumers. Null describes some of the design decisions he makes when building a bow. These include axle-to-axle length, titanium limb bolts, and the cam system.
The decision to discontinue production of its line of archery bows is unfortunate for everyone involved, including the customers. As a result, it may not be possible for the company to continue making high-quality products. However, the company has been around for years, and the passion it has for the sport is apparent in its products. New Breed also said it would stick with customers who bought last year’s bows. By discontinuing production, New Breed is essentially devaluing the products they produced last year.
The New Breed Archery Cyborg 2 is a redesigned version of the popular target bow that is currently out of production. The Cyborg 2 weighs 4.3 pounds and features a long deflexed riser. The bow’s super-smooth draw cycle is the result of strategically placed cable and limb stops. The bow’s tuning is also facilitated by the torqueless grip, which features Bowjax dampening inserts to minimize the amount of twisting the limb can make.
The New Breed Archery Cyborg 2 has a secondary rear stabilizer insert, which allows for the installation of back weights, offset bars, and a full set of rear-mounted V-Bars. Like all New Breed bows, it’s made in the USA by a single craftsperson. The components used in the bow are of the highest quality. It also comes with a hybrid cable slide system and titanium and stainless steel hardware.
The script is thin and the acting is poor. Despite a $1.8 million budget, Cyborg is dull and lifeless, and lacks the spark it needs to keep audiences engaged. While the cast is competent, the script and editing are not, unfortunately, a worthy successor to “Masters of the universe”.
The film is a mishmash of sci-fi genres. It is one of the few films with a decent pop-culture feel, but its direction is overly pretentious. Van Damme’s role is that of the new Jesus, and Pyun’s vision of the film’s villain is that of the “new Jesus” – and it is full of crosses, crucifixion, and weeding cake. As a result, it’s hard to recommend this movie as a popcorn flick.
The recent devaluation of the dollar caused many archery enthusiasts to question whether New Breed Archery would continue to sell their products. However, a Facebook post by Kyle Null, president of New Breed Archery, put their concerns to rest. He explains that the company would continue to stand by the customers who bought their bow line last year. The company said that it would not release a new bow for this year, but will remain loyal to the customers who purchased their previous bow line.
Null began building custom bows in his garage, which became a hobby. In 2009, he branched out into a full-fledged business, New Breed Archery. They have released four bows since they first started manufacturing their own products. The Blade is a 34-inch ATA bow, while the Blade XL has a longer draw length. This bow is meant for both long and short draw lengths, and they can accommodate a wide range of archery disciplines.
The New Breed Blade XL is a longer-draw bow, with a brace height of 6.875 inches and a draw length range of 22.5-31 inches. Both models feature the same features as the original New Breed Bow, but the XL is more powerful and offers increased forgiveness. The New Breed Blade XL is made with the same quality materials as the original Blade, and is priced well below its competition.
The new BowJax technology eliminates all noise, vibration, and harshness in the archery bow. Using cutting-edge design, this bow is among the quietest and most powerful bows on the market. The bow has a two-track rotating modular cam system, adjustable cable guard, and string stop. Several other features include a rock solid back wall and bolts for weight mounts and quiver mounting.
The New Breed Blade XL is quiet, yet still has plenty of power. Its quiet construction helps make it a good hunting bow, but it doesn’t blow trees away. The blade’s draw cycle isn’t silky smooth, so it isn’t suitable for a shooter who wants a silky draw cycle. Its aiming point is a sweet spot where shootability intersects with fast arrow speeds. This sweet spot will vary from shooter to shooter. But it is an excellent all-around hunting bow.
Blade gusset-brassed riser
A streamlined, low-profile riser with a zero-torque grip design is the hallmark of the New Breed Archery BLADE hunting bow. Its T6061 aircraft-grade aluminum riser, premium Gordon Glass split limbs, adjustable string suppressor, and BowJax grips/damaging system are other notable features. The New Breed “BLADE” is a great choice for any archer who demands precision performance and a smooth draw. It is made in the USA and is stocked with only the best parts.