Bow FAQ’s

Where can I find the serial number on my Mission bow? Submitted by: Becky  Profile Photo

The serial number on all Mission vertical bows can be found on the back shelf of the bow above the grip. It is engraved into the riser of the bow.

How do I register my bow? Submitted by: Becky  Profile Photo

The retailer you purchased your bow from may have registered your bow for you. However, you can register your bow by creating a Mission Community account. Click here to create your account or log in to register your bow.

Why should I register my Mission bow? Submitted by: Becky  Profile Photo

Your Mission® bow is warranted against defects in materials and workmanship to theoriginal registered owner when purchased at an authorized retailer, for the life of the original owner. This includes all bow parts except the string, buss cables, cable slide, rubber string suppressors, monkey tails, string grub and cosmetic appearance ( chips, dings, scratches) caused by normal use and wear. All warranty claims are processed through an authorized Mission® Retailer. Your authorized Mission® Retailer will contact a Mission® Warranty Technician on your behalf. Any and all warranties, written or implied, are void with any alterations to the bow including cosmetic refinishing.

How do I know when to replace my string? Submitted by: Becky  Profile Photo

If you notice that your string has broken or severely frayed strands, you should immediately replace both your string and cables. String life expectancy depends on the volume of shooting and the care of the string.  We recommend waxing your string and cables with Zebra Brand High Performance String Wax to increase the longevity of your string.

How do I adjust the draw weight on my Ballistic bow? Submitted by: Becky  Profile Photo

The weight adjustment is 20 pounds. Six full turns out on the limb bolt will achieve the full range of 20 pounds. Do not go more than six full turns, this could cause severe damage to the bow or yourself. 

How do I adjust the draw weight on my Rally bow? Submitted by: Becky  Profile Photo

The Rally® is available in four different peak draw weights; 70, 60, 50 and 40 pounds, in conjunction with standard limb bolt adjustment. Draw weight can be adjusted between the minimum and maximum by turning the limb bolt in or out as needed (1 turn = approximately 3 pounds of draw). The peak weights are changed by replacing the Opti-mod with the desired weight mod. To change the Opti-mod, simply remove the Opti-mod (remove the 3/32: Allen set screw and rotate mod off  the axle) and replace with the desired draw weight mod. To see the draw length comparison, please reference the chart below listing weight range for each mod. 

See Rally adjustability chart here

How do I adjust the draw length on my Menace, Craze or Riot bow? Submitted by: Becky  Profile Photo

To adjust the draw length, simply remove the 1/8″ Allen screw from the module and rotate the draw module so the desired draw length hole aligns with the set screw hole. Reinsert mod set screw and snug the self locking screw into position by a quarter turn (Do not over tighten). Repeat this process on the second cam making sure that both modules are set in the same draw length position. As you adjust the draw length, the weight range changes. Adjust the weight by turning the limb bolts to the desired weight with each turn representing approximately 3 pounds of pull. Reference the charts on each bow page to see specific weight range for each draw length.

See Menace adjustability chart here

See Craze adjustability chart here

See Riot adjustability chart here






How often should I wax my bow string? Submitted by: Becky  Profile Photo

We recommend that you wax your string every 500 shots. Also anytime you are in inclement weather you should apply some so the fibers do not dry out. We recommend using our Zebra wax which is designed for our string material.

How do I adjust the draw weight on my Mission bow? Submitted by: Becky  Profile Photo

Draw weight adjustments can be made by turning the limb bolt counter-clockwise using a 7/32″ Allen wrench (except for Menace®, which requires a 3/16″ Allen wrench). It is important to adjust both limb bolts in equal amounts. Do not exceed the recommended turns out from the maximum draw weight. See adjustability charts for each bow model for details.

How do I get on your Prostaff ? Submitted by: Becky  Profile Photo

Mission does not have a Factory-sponsored shooting staff at this time. We do assist our retailers in setting up “shop-shooters” to help promote our bows on a local level. Please contact your local retailer if this is something you may be interested in.