BowTech Mighty Mite
Not the review you wanted? Search here to find what your looking for:
Reviewed by: Seth Anderson
Category: Bows & Crossbows
By now this is an older bow by BowTech but for the technology and price its hard to beat. I got this bow as a hand-me-down from my dad who was looking for a newer bow. I am satisfied with everything about it except for one thing. It tends to creep too much while at full draw. I have found myself having to use extra strength to hold the string back instead of comfortably resting. With that said, it is the definition of lightweight and quiet. I have yet to find a lighter bow. There is no hand shock or vibration during the shot. Even being a short axle to axle bow, it does not lose accuracy. Tuning is a lot more easy I have found than my friends’ bows. Everyone is also impressed with the quietness.
Some Other Reviews from Bows & Crossbows
Hoyt Magnatec ZR 200 Compound Bow
If your looking to get into bow hunting and do not want to spend a lot of money be sure and look for a used Hoyt ZR200. I've had mine since they came out and cannot complain a bit.
RedHead Toxik Compound Bow
I purchased this mid level priced bow because of the easy draw cam, very quiet to shoot, and no hand shock after firing it off.
Parker Compound Bow
Parker has a very good selection of bows to choose from. I purchased a hunter mag a few years ago and it had a reasonable price on it. The one I choose came as a package with sights, quiver, peep sight and arrow rest.