Bear Archery Co

Bear Cruzer G3 Compound Bow Package

Item No. 42978-AV24A210F7R
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Bear Cruzer G3 Compound Bow Package


From the original Cruzer and Cruzer Lite to the first-choice Cruzer G2, the Cruzer name plate has always carried immense respect across the industry. The legacy continues with the latest generation of the Cruzer line - the new Bear Archery Cruzer G3. The G3 brings more performance, adjustability, and practicality than any previous model. The newly improved dual cam system brings arrow speeds up to 315 FPS and can accommodate draw lengths from 14" to 30". Archers of any size and stature will find the Cruzer G3's 75% let off remarkably comfortable with an adjustable draw weight anywhere between 10lbs and 70lbs. The new G3 comes equipped as a Ready to Hunt setup with a Trophy Ridge sight, quiver, Whisker Biscuit, peep, and D-loop installed from the factory. If you're looking for a solid performing bow for under $500 that will last for years to come, look no further than the new Cruzer G3.


  • Easy Adjustments: All adjustments are made using an Allen wrench with no need for a bow press.
  • Made For Archers Of All Ages: Maximum-versatility bow engineered for all ages and skill levels.
  • Ready to Hunt: Ready to Hunt (RTH) bow comes completely equipped with Trophy Ridge accessories.
  • Fan Favorite: The newest generation of the Cruzer brings the same comfort and performance the industry has come to know and love from predecessors like the Cruzer Lite and Cruzer G2.
  • Ultimate Adjustability: The new G3 can accommodate draw lengths from 14" to 30" and draw weights from 10lbs to 70lbs.


  • Axle-to-Axle: 30"
  • Brace height: 6.5"
  • Draw Weight: 10-70 lbs
  • Draw Length: 14"-30"
  • Speed: 315 FPS
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