G5 Meta Peeps patented convex interior design maximizes field of view and light. Machined from a solid piece of 7000 series aluminum, they are made to last.
- Increased Strength
- Light Weight Anti-Glare Finish
Internal Radial Feature
- Increases Accuracy
- Increases Field Of View
- Increases Performance Under Low Light Conditions
About G5 Outdoors
Lou Grace filed for a patent using Metal Injection Molding or MonoFlow Technology to manufacture a broadhead for the archery industry in 2000. A year later, G5 Outdoors was created by Louis and his sons, Matt and Nate, to market what they thought was the proverbial “better mousetrap”: an all-steel broadhead. The G5 name came from the owners’ last name of Grace and from a family of five children. The number five also has a Biblical reference to Grace as well.
In 2001, G5 created their slogan “Designed to Hunt” which they felt captured the spirit of design and passion that they have for bowhunting. That year, the Montec broadhead was introduced. The Montec is an all-steel 3 blade broadhead that was unlike anything else on the market at the time. The Montec remains one of their top-selling broadheads.
The company’s growth has exploded in recent years. In 2006, they launched their line of Optix sights. Two years later, the company introduced Expert drop-away rests. In 2009, G5 introduced Quest Bowhunting to the archery world. Its mission was simple: to bring a bow built with the highest level of craftsmanship and quality the industry has seen for a good price. G5 celebrated its tenth year in 2010, and the T3 and Mag-Loc quivers joined the line up. That March, a provisional patent was filed for Parallel Cam Technology. G5’s Parallel Cam is a game-changing technology that creates a new standard for accuracy in compound bows. Several noted industry experts have stated that Parallel Cam technology has been the single biggest innovation to the archery industry in a decade. That October, Prime was introduced to the archery world.