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INVICTA 40 SVX reviews
Archery has been a part of human life for thousands of years with it providing food and protection to many generations of people all over the world. However, today we live in a society where archery can become a sport. The Hoyt Invicta 40 SVX exemplifies just how much of a sport archery has become.
Things to Consider Before Buying
Thanks to their background in creating recurve bows that dominate at any target range, Hoyt has taken their record shattering technology into the compound industry to create a new line of target bows. With the new Invicta 40 SVX, Hoyt introduces their longest compound bow riser, paired with longer limbs for an incredibly long 40-inch package.
The SVX cam system that is meant to dominate at the range shoots up to 325 fps so that you can be confident knowing every shot has the power and speed to be consistently accurate. Hoyt uses their tested and refined SVX cam system for this bow with the new DCX that is also available, offering a new shooting experience. Hoyt makes a bold claim that the Invicta 40 SVX is 50% quieter and has 50% less vibration than previous models which all adds up to create the smoothest and most comfortable target shooting compound bow that has ever been produced by Hoyt.
Who Should Buy it?
Hoyt has a reputation among the archery industry for making the best target shooting bows on the market, and their new Invicta line is no exception. With improvements to every part of the bow from past models, Hoyt has created a unique shooting experience that is just what the serious target shooter wants in a bow without any of the unnecessary fluff that should be left out. The Invicta 40 SVX has the potential to crush the competition but is only able to do so in the hands of an experienced target archer.
Who Shouldn’t Buy it?
Unless you are serious about your target archery and don’t need the features and pedigree of the Invicta, you may be better suited in looking at other bows. The Invicta 40 SVX has an incredibly long frame and heavier weight that newer archers will struggle to cope with. If you want to take your bow hunting or need a bow that can do many things, the Invicta 40 SVX may not be what you are looking for.
- The Invicta 40 SVX merges all of Hoyt’s best target archery technology into one, reliable package
- The SVX cams used in the 40 SVX have a tested history of performance and success
- The design of the bow and its size allow for balanced and stable shooting
- The large size combined with a heavier weight than other bows makes the 40 SVX somewhat difficult to wield
Despite its larger than life appearance and weight, the Hoyt Invicta 40 SVX combines the best features from Hoyt’s medal collecting bows into a new and ready-to-win package perfect for the demanding target archer.
Specifications for the Hoyt bow: INVICTA 40 SVX
|Brace Height||7.25 “|
|Axle to Axle Length||40.25 “|
|Draw Length||27 ” – 32 “|
|Draw Weight||30 lbs – 70 lbs|
|IBO Speed||325 fps|
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One of the more popular Crossbows that are available today is the Hoyt Invicta 40 SVX Compound Bow. This model uses a svelte front plate that wraps around the front of the main body of the bow. The forward section then has a looped loop on the front which fits over a regular standard bow string. The bowstring itself, which is made up of three sections, is shaped to fit into the front of the loop. One main advantage of this model is that the heavier materials that are used to build it means that it is slightly more reliable than some other models.
The Invicta 40 SVX Compound Bow comes with two wood limbs. It is lightweight and easy to load. It comes with a shaft, which is made of Vero Material, a synthetic material that is lighter than steel. The bowstring is made from fiberglass. Some of the parts of the bows bow are made from fibreglass. The arrow can be fired straight away from the bow, but is also reversible if needed. The arrow shaft is about 45 inches long.
The Hoyt Invicta is available in both left handed and right handed versions. The left-handed version is for right handed archers while the right-handed version is used by left handed archers. It is much more expensive than other varieties. Hoyt also makes a telescopic bow. This bow does not require a string but you need to carry the entire bow. One nice feature of this model is that it can be adjusted. You will find a grip that will be most comfortable to you when you use this bow.