What year is the Mathews no Cam?
In 2014, Mathews is attempting to influence the industry again with its NO CAM bow. Here’s the scoop. Most noticeable about this new bow is its namesake design; it has no cams, rather two 4.82-inch-diameter wheels centered on both upper and lower axles.
What is a Mathews no Cam HTR worth?
The Mathews NO CAM HTR is currently on Special. Normally $1499.95 but out they go at just $1149.95, only while stocks last. Mathews has created this outstanding hunting bow, the NO CAM HTR and has put every other component into question when designing it.
What year was the Mathews Zxt made?
Rounding out the 2013 family of bows is the Mathews Solocam ZXT, a base model offering with proven ‘Z-Series’ styling and performance. Creating something that is more advanced by making it simpler is an engineering marvel. New from Mathews is the Creed.
How do you change the draw length on a Mathews no Cam?
Simply remove the two allen screws that hold the module to the wheel and install your new module in it’s place. As noted earlier these modules can change both your draw length as well as your let-off, which will change your bow’s speed. The lower the let-off the faster the bow.
Is the Mathews No Cam a dual cam bow?
Seventeen years later, Mathews rolled out dual cam hunting bows to offer consumers more choices. In 2014, Mathews is attempting to influence the industry again with its NO CAM bow. Here’s the scoop. Most noticeable about this new bow is its namesake design; it has no cams, rather two 4.82-inch-diameter wheels centered on both upper and lower axles.
How is the Mathews No Cam HTR rated?
Mathews rates the NO CAM HTR (its 6…-inch brace height hunting bow) “up to 330 fps” IBO with the 65-percent module (as let-off percentage decreases, so does top-end speed). I’ll get to the bow’s speed later. Two Harmonic Stabilizers eliminate vibration and noise. Sorry but the video you’re trying to play can not be found
What’s the top speed of a Mathews No Cam?
At 32 inches axle to axle, it will be ideal for treestands and ground blinds. The more-than-adequate top speed approaching 330 fps might be a negative for shooters seeking the fastest, flattest-shooting bows on the market.
Is the roller guard on the Mathews No Cam smooth?
In the past, Mathews’ Roller Guard, combined with a single cam, made Mathews one of the smoothest-drawing bows out there. The NO CAM’s draw is smooth, but to my hands it’s not the company’s smoothest in terms of draw cycle.