Distinguishing characteristics of a Browning Bow include the inner cam system and the Hyperlite unibody pocket system. The inner cam system allows for a smoother draw and adjustment over a prescribed range without a bow press. The Hyperlite eliminates the need for limb pockets to determine peak weight.
The Browning Grand Illusion is the fastest bow made by the company, as of 2015. Its 12-inch split limbs and cam system enable it to achieve 330 frames per second, International Bowhunters Association speed. The design makes the bow free of vibration by using a 7-inch brace height and Hypersplit limb pockets for high performance.