2018 Bear Kuma LD Review

Jerry Tibbot, “J-Rod”, shares with us a 2018 Bear Kuma LD review, the bow he’s been shooting for a few weeks now after recovering from shoulder surgery. After practicing for the upcoming bow season Jerry recognizes a few key features of what makes this bow so attractive for bow hunters.

The first takeaway is the smooth draw cycle and solid back wall, both of which allow hunters to enjoy shooting and practicing with the bow. The Bear Kuma LD comes in a 45-60 and a 55 – 70lb draw weights allowing hunters to grow with the bow. In Jerry’s case, the bow allows him to rebuild strength slightly increasing the weight as he approaches deer season.  

The Kuma LD has draw length adjustments from 27 to 32 inches and packs more than enough speed with an IBO at 330 fps.  Besides these features Jerry is pleased with the bow’s dependability, accuracy, and quietness, three absolute necessities anyone needs from their hunting bow.  

Check out the Kuma LD below!

Kuma LD Stats:

  • WEIGHT: 4.3 LBS. 
  • BRACE HEIGHT: 6 1/2″ 
  • AXLE-TO-AXLE: 33 1/4″ 
  • LET OFF: 80% 
  • PEAK DRAW WEIGHT: 45-60 LBS or 55-70 LBS 
  • DRAW LENGTH RANGE: 27″-32″