Steambow FENRIS 5-part magazine for compound bows

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Article number: 0000296
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FENRIS - the 5-shot magazine - No other product offers the possibility of firing all 5 arrows from your compound bow in less than 8 seconds .

The innovative sheet magazine was conceived by Jörg Sprave in 2017 and continuously developed further together with the Steambow development team .

This is how the prototype turned into a fully developed series product - FENRIS . A sturdy, feather-light, precise accessory that fits most modern compound bows. Milled from high quality aluminum using CNC technology and professionally anodized.

Without a lot of training , every shooter achieves a high level of accuracy and accuracy as well as an incredibly fast rate of fire in a very short time. The magazine can be quickly removed for transport.

Fenris is at the same time

  • Quiver of arrows
  • Bow release with thumb trigger
  • Pump-action repeating system
  • Revolutionary visor system (in combination with an optional red dot visor)

Fenris can be mounted on right and left hand bows. Only the optionally available front holding tongue only fits for mounting on a right-hand bow.


FENRIS CNC sheet magazine made of milled and anodized aluminum
Bracket / rail suitable for most common compound bends *
22 mm Picatinny sight rail for the assembly of red dot sights
5 arrows with unscrewable field point (including special cam with guide collar)

* Suitable for most bows with a screwable arrow rest. Not suitable for bows with a "center piece with a penetration system" (so-called shoot-through riser).

The sheet magazine can also be mounted on many modern recurve bows, but also on many modern recurve bows.

With an optionally available adapter plate, in addition to the arrow rest, the magazine can also be attached to the screw connection of the bow target sight.

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