The C99, formerly known as the Concept 99, is no longer going to be current/available as of today ... A new target bow on the way. Thank you for the many owners of the C99 and even the older Concept 99s who we have gotten to serve, meet and/or deal with. The lifetime warranty still stands to this day (org owner) and it's great to know there are still many shooting this model over 13 years later. Warranty has been nearly nil on either of the two variants. The older Concept 99 and variants of it, new string and cables, lighter limbs, or custom decorating has been most of the service work. The original Concept 99, was offered in first Mossy Oak then Full Benefit camo, and was also built exceptionally well. The first and variants of this model were made in PA and NE. As for the latest C99, which was slightly modified upon arrival in NJ has became consistent in parts and specs for nearly 9 years. Upon arrival to NJ in 2007, the camouflage pattern became Next G1, the bow was made more efficient/slightly faster, less vibration and was offered with a 1" longer draw option. The C99 as we call it, has served it's time well. Thanks for the stories and harvest photos that have come our way from them good ol' Concept 99s and C99s. ...Continue to enjoy and God bless.
On another note, I love some of the hype on AT about how billet risers aren't better. I often wonder why do some of the big named manufacturers then machine solid billet risers for their high end, high dollar target bows? I know of a president at another big bow manufacturer that had one of their entry level model's riser brake in half due to a air bubble, weaker/forged or extruded riser. Granted mill work and machining and even digital printing has and continues to come a long way, but there certainly is some question to which is better and reason why it's still be done to this day even by big manufacturers. Ever see a warped extrusion? We have. The middle of the riser is the highest stress point btw. Our risers are built like tanks and don't bend including in bow presses. No need to back out limb bolts prior to pressing, no thin cut outs and still respectable in mass weight and ...
did we mention with a limb failure rate of less than 1% on any model.
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Some photos of harvest and custom target Concept 99/C99 bows, including a few first ever successes.
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