Press Release

New Centerfire Crossbow from Parker Is Locked, Loaded, and Ready to Fire

Parker Bows announces the CenterFire Crossbow for 2014 line.

Parker Bows announces the CenterFire Crossbow for 2014 line.

Parker Bows, a leading U.S. manufacturer of high quality Compound bows, Crossbows and Crossbow Accessories is proud to introduce the CenterFire for 2014. The highly advanced CenterFire crossbow is designed with the hunter in mind to be the most advanced crossbow in the industry.

Firing arrows at 335 Feet Per Second (FPS), the CenterFire comes standard with high-end features only found on crossbows costing hundreds more. Designed with Parker’s proprietary Advanced Split Limb Technology, the CenterFire is Light-weight and Ultra-compact weighing in at only 8 lbs. The Classic Monte Carlo stock features the Soft Touch finish, a Full Comb for a solid cheek weld and a Vented Forearm with Safety Finger Flange. The factory installed and tuned Anti-Vibration and Shock (AVS) System comes equipped on the CenterFire to reduce noise and vibration for ultimate concealment. Like its contemporaries, the CenterFire is engineered with Parker’s Exclusive Synergy Cams that deliver greater performance and diminish the cocking effort by over 50% when paired with the RED HOT EZ Roller Rope Cocker; making Parker crossbows the easiest to cock in the industry.

The CenterFire includes a Four Arrow Quick Detach Quiver, Four Arrows with Field Points, and is available in four Premium RED HOT optic packages: (1) 3 x 32 Multi-Reticle Scope, (2) Illuminated 1X Multi-Reticle Scope, (3) Illuminated 3 x 32 Multi-Reticle Scope, (4) Pin Point Scope (3x). For the hunter who wants a complete package with all accessories included, the CenterFire is offered in the Perfect Storm Package.

The CenterFire is proudly made in the U.S.A and has a retail beginning at $699.95.

If you would like more information on the New CenterFire, visit the Parker website at www.parkerbows.com or call (540)-337-5426.

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