I purchased an Assault and am impressed. 60 lb limbs, set at 54 lbs. I did put grommets with zip ties as retainers to get the suppressors closer to the string, after lowering poundage. Draw length set up was an experiment also. 29 inch module, measured dl of 29 1/4ish. Moved draw stop to the 28 position, string to the + position, just right, shoots great. I did wrap the grip area with tennis racket tape.
This bow is light, quick, quiet and fun to shoot. Uses the same cam as the Attack, different limbs and riser?
I put some arrows through it before installing the peep. The strings appear stable, NO peep position change in approximately 500 shots.
2 garden terrosists have been eliminated - 15 and 24 yards, clean kills with a XX75 and judo point.
The bow was purchased from a shop on ebay for $549, whisker biscuit, sight, quiver and free shipping. I would have paid more locally, but no shops carried them. I did upgrade the quiver to the model one, quiet, solid and well made also.
Seems to be a quality bow at a great price.
And I've owned bows from 7 or more different manufacturers (Diamond, Hoyt, Darton, Oneida, PSE, Pearson, Martin, High Country - I think,) over the last 2 years. Some had cams that were too aggressive for my liking. One just had terrible cam lean issues. Others didn't satisfy me in the "feel" department. This Bear caught me offguard - I did not expect it to perform this well. But it does - for me anyway, it may not for others.