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C.P. Oneida Eagle Bows- Extreme

Hunting Bow Review


They call it their Extreme Signature Series Bows and say designing these ultra-modern hunting bows has taken years of high technology to capture all of these bows many new design features. It has everything a bow hunter could want: from the bows smooth draw to its fast and straight arrow flight and let's not forget they incorporated a new damping system on these bows that dramatically reduces noise when shooting.

These bows are being offered in a limited edition signature series. There will be a total of 250 personally numbered and signed bows produced. Not only will these bows become what C.P.Oneida Eagle describes as extreme hunting bows, but these bows will draw collector interest as well.

These bows are designed to have a draw curve which is much more comfortable and smoother than other bows on the market. Tolerance levels for these bows range from .001 to .005 and the Extreme Bows is their model of the ultimate level of workmanship in hunting bows.

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These bows have been computer tested and approved by hunters who in the end will review these bows and decide if they are average bows or great bows. Furthering their use of technology on these bows, C.P. Oneida Eagle has stress tested these bows along with taking slow-motion video to indicate only minimal amounts of stress is equally distributed on through the bows riser. This makes the riser on these bows much stronger while reducing noise and vibration.

The new Extreme bows have no movement or twist along with no recoil and the noise these bows produce is dramatically reduced. A new dampening system holds the power cables in place and eliminates the cable slapping noise found with many other bows.

These eye catching bows are a bit more expensive than other bows and other Oneida Eagle models of bows because they are milled from a solid billet of 6061 T-6 aircraft aluminum. The solid billet these bows start life from are eight inches wide and two inches thick, along with being 20 inches long before three hours of matching is required to make the bows into the Extreme.

Keeping with form all Oneida Eagle Bows offer dead middle alignment and the Extreme Bows are no different. This keeps the bows strings in the middle of the riser out outbound limbs of the bows. From this they achieve flat-nock travel on the bows which helps maintain downrange arrow speed.

Only 250 of the number and signed bows will be produced. If you want one of these bows, place your order now with Oneida Eagle Bows or risk being shut-out.

Oneida Black Eagle Bows

Bows Manufacturer: Oneida
Oneida Model: Black Eagle
Review Category: Bows

Purchase: Bows I have long heard of the smoothness of these bows. Being a native of Michigan, and while on vacation last year I stopped by the factory in Marion. I brought with me my Matthews Q2 as a comparison. Quite simply there was no comparison. I paid roughly $650 for the bow and a few accessories.

Things I like about the Oneida Black Eagle Bows: Smooth smooth smooth and FAAAAAST!!!! Surprisingly fast. I shoot at 64 lbs. My Matthews set at the same lbs was 22 fps slower! The best part about this bow is that it there is NO recoil, somehow all the enrgy is sent into the arrow and not the bow. I would have thought my Matthews was smooth until I shot the Oneida.

What I don't like about the Oneida Black Eagle: Price of course. Although I guess all bows are expensive these days. Also I feel needs limp savers and the like to quiet the bow some.

Bows Black Eagle quality: Construction seems to be very durable as I dropped it about 13 ft when my pull rope came undone. Machined aluminum riser i think.

Black Eagle summary: Bottom Line is don't take my word for it. There is soooo much miss-information and advetising out there that you have to just take the time to shoot this bow. I had never even heard of this Mfg. until a friend of a friend mentioned it. I have shot PSE Matthews and Hoyt and none of them compare. Further, i can tell you of my hunting buddies who shoot Matthews and hoyt all but one have now switched to the Oneida. Try it.

Oneida Screaming Eagle Bows

Bows Manufacturer: Oneida
Oneida Model: Screaming Eagle
Review Category: Bows

Purchase: Bows I bought this bow used at a yard sale in Preston County West Va. I paid $75 for it and I know it to be an expensive product when new.

Things I like about the Oneida Screaming Eagle Bows: This bow is accurate, fast and above all it is similiar to a recurve so that I can still shoot instinctively and nearly "off the shelf" with the right arrow rest setup.

What I don't like about the Oneida Screaming Eagle: This bow is a bit heavy and a bit long and a bit loud. And newer models are quite expensive.

Bows Screaming Eagle quality: The quality is there. My bow is nearly 20 years old. I have replaced the string and thats it. Parts are available but MAKE SURE that anyone who works on this bow KNOWS what they are doing. I have killed 2 deer a year with this bow in all kinds of weather for many seasons. I use a 2219 Easton XX75 arrow with 100 grain Muzzy Broadheads. Except on bone shots I usually find my arrows on the other side of the deer...complete pass through penetration at 10 - 20 yards.

Screaming Eagle summary: My attraction to this bow is in its similarity to a traditional recurve. I have hunted traditional all my life until a shoulder injury prevented me from pulling my 70lb Mamba. I acquired the Oneida and liked it so well that it is still my primary hunting bow.

Rating for this Oneida product: 5

Author of this review on Oneida Bows: Michael Friend

Date: 2006-10-02

Usefulness Rating: 4.83333 out of 5.
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