Bow Review Video: Prime REVEX 2

Bowhunting World’s Field Editor Darron McDougal recently tested the new-for-2023 Prime REVEX 2. Spoiler: With stability built right in and a new cam system, it’s a winner.

Bow Review Video: Prime REVEX 2

Bowhunting World Field Editor Darron McDougal’s 70.4-pound-draw REVEX 2 set to 28 inches in draw length hit hard with a 468-grain arrow at 277 fps — plenty of punch for any North American big game. It measures a stable yet maneuverable 32 inches axle to axle. For those demanding more stability, two other sub-models are available: the REVEX 4 is 34 inches, and the REVEX 6 is 36 inches. As stable as the REVEX 2 is, McDougal says he can imagine skilled folks who shoot long distances just smacking arrows together at 80 yards with the REVEX 4 or 6.

Check out McDougal’s detailed YouTube video below.

2023 Prime REVEX 2 Specs

  • Axle-to-Axle Length: 32 inches
  • Brace Height: 6.25 inches
  • Draw Length: 28 inches
  • Draw Weight: 70.4 pounds
  • Let-off: 80%
  • Bow-only Weight: 4.5 pounds
  • Accessorized Total Weight: 5.86 pounds (no quiver)
  • Velocity: 277 fps (with 468-grain Easton 6.5mm Acu-Carbon 340 arrow)
  • Kinetic Energy: 79.72 foot-pounds
  • Test-Bow Finish: Midnight Blue
  • MSRP: $1,299 (starting price)
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Additional Notes: For this bow review, McDougal’s Prime REVEX 2 was set up using a Last Chance Archery EZ Green Bow Press and EZ Green Bow Vise, and draw weight was calculated using Last Chance Archery’s Digital Bow Scale. A Caldwell Ballistic Precision Chronograph measured the 468-grain Easton 6.5mm Acu-Carbon 340 arrow’s velocity.


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