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Shock Stop | One of the most interesting features of the Fred Bear TRX 32 is the bow’s innovative Shock Stop string-vibration-dampening system. The Shock Stop is a revolutionary cable guard slide design that incorporates a rear “bumper†which captures and squelches bowstring vibration at the shot. The TRX 32 comes factory-equipped with the Shock Stopper, although a conventional cable slide is also included with the bow.


Fred Bear’s name still holds tremendous sway with serious bowhunters nearly everywhere. Untold thousands revere the tall, rawboned man in the Borsalino hat. To those bowhunters, owning a bow which carries his name and image is a very special thing. Owning a Fred Bear bow that has as many high-tech features and as much performance as the new Fred Bear TRX 32 would be an extraordinary thing.

The compact 32-inch axle-to-axle length of the Fred Bear TRX 32 is right in line with what so many bowhunters want these days, as is this bow’s silky-smooth draw and widely adjustable one-cam system.

Adding to that high-tech appeal are the innovative Fred Bear Shock Stop, racy CarbonAir Quad Limbs and artfully machined aluminum riser. And don’t underestimate this bow’s classy good looks. In a world of similar-performance ultra-short bows, the new Fred Bear TRX 32 is a knockout. Fred Bear, I believe, would approve.

Axle-to-Axle Length 32 inches
Brace Height 7.5 inches
Riser Geometry 2.5 inches reflex
Draw Weights 55#, 70#, 70#
Draw Lengths 26 to 31 inches
Mass Weight 3 pounds 15 ounces
Riser Machined Aluminum
Limbs CarbonAir Quad Limbs
Eccentrics Perimeter OneCam
Letoff 75% standard, 65% optional
Grip Laminated Wood
Finish Realtree Hardwoods
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