Press Release

New 2014 Mission Bows Enhance an Already Robust Line of High Quality Value Bows

The Mission Blaze

The Mission Blaze

Mission Archery looks forward to more growth in 2014 with the addition of the high-performance BLAZE, the Flare, a mid-priced single cam bow for women, and an improved Riot.

The Mission Flare offered specifically for women

The Mission Flare was designed specifically for women.

The Mission Blaze offers smokin’ fast speed and super-smooth shooting characteristics. This comes primarily from the perimeter-weighted AVS cam system which produces powerful speed up to 340 fps and a smooth draw with 80% let off.  Thanks to this highly efficient cam system, it adjusts from 26-30 inch draw lengths and 50-70 pounds of draw weight on just one set of limbs! It also features a Harmonic Stabilizer, String Grubbs and a String Stop to reduce noise and vibration. The Blaze is available in Lost Camo AT or Black. Overall, it’s an incredible performance bow for an amazing retail price of $599.

The Flare is the first Mission bow offered specifically for women. Weighing less than four pounds and featuring single-cam technology and a machined riser, this bow is made for women who demand a super-smooth draw, higher speed (315 fps) and more precision. The Flare™ is available in draw lengths of 24-30 inches and peak limb weight options of 60, 50 and 40 pounds. It also comes standard with noise and vibration dampening technology, including String Suppressors, D-Amplifiers and a String Stop. It’s finished in Lost Camo AT, but for a small upgrade women can get the luxurious new Pink Sparkle finish. Priced at just $449 MSRP, it is sure to be just what the ladies are looking for.

The Mission Riot

The Mission Riot

For 2014, we’ve also lightened up the Riot. We shaved off over a quarter pound and gave it an edgy facelift without sacrificing any of the performance and adjustability benefits it’s known for. It also now includes the new and improved String Stop and an option to add the Harmonic Stabilizer. Weighing in at 3.85 pounds, with an IBO speed of up to 310 fps, adjustability from 19-30 inches in draw length and 15 to 70 pounds of draw weight, the 2014 Riot™ is an incredibly priced bow at $399 MSRP!

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  • Andrew Wahl

    Just bought the 2014 blaze. I have been shooting some cheap Martin’s the last few years and decided it was time to step up. This bow is insanely fast! I have it set at 29 1/2 inch and 68lbs draw. It takes a little bit of getting used to being so powerful, but it is forgiving to mistakes. I do not see too many deer within 30 yards being able to duck under an arrow coming off of this bow. It is also very quiet for what it does. I’m going back in today to further tune the bow with some pros now that it’s broken in. I’ll try and update this post with some info on the shot groups. IF YOU DON’T BUY THIS BOW, ATLEAST PICK IT UP AND TRY IT!