From Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation
MISSOULA, Mont.— A new bow sight with exclusive features for improving low-light accuracy and pin durability is the latest product tabbed to support habitat conservation in elk country. Bowhunting company Archer Xtreme (AXT) has committed a percentage of all 2011 sales to the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation.
AXT’s new PRIMAL X5 series bow sight with RMEF logo will be available this year at retailers nationwide. Each sale will generate funds for wildlife habitat enhancement and protection, elk restoration projects, securing public access and more.
Mark Garcia, founder and president of AXT, said, “If you’re a serious bowhunter, you have to love what RMEF is doing to protect the future of our sport. Like elk, hunters also depend on great habitat. That’s why we’re dedicating one of our new, flagship products for a very worthy organization and cause.”
In 2010, RMEF passed the 5.8 million-acre mark in habitat conserved and helped launch elk restoration initiatives in Missouri and Virginia.
Steve Decker, vice president of marketing for RMEF, said, “Mark Garcia has been a leader in the archery industry for years and we are proud to partner with his new company, Archer Xtreme. Mark aims to provide bowhunters with the highest quality accessories and the PRIMAL X5 is a great example of this effort.”
Select features of the PRIMAL X5:
- Center Core Pin stainless steel tube-pins for superior strength and protection
- Fiber Harness (patent pending) bracket system allows maximum light for each pin
- Rubberized vibration absorbing coat
- 2-inch sight housing for maximum field of view in low light conditions
- Easy-set micro adjusts with tool-less locking knobs
- RH/LH adjustable
- Rear LED deployment for easy access
- Full lifetime warranty on all manufacturer defects
- Fully machined 6061T6 aluminum construction from solid billet
For more information, visit www.archerxtreme.com or look for RMEF licensed gear wherever bowhunting products are sold.
About the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation:
Snowy peaks, dark timber basins and grassy meadows. RMEF is leading an elk country initiative that has conserved or enhanced habitat on over 5.8 million acres — a land area equivalent to a swath three miles wide and stretching along the entire Continental Divide from Canada to Mexico. RMEF also works to open, secure and improve public access for hunting, fishing and other recreation. Get involved at www.rmef.org or 800-CALL ELK.