Martin AXXON-40 Compound Bow

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Brace Height: 7 ″
Axle to Axle Length: 39-1/2″
Draw Length: 29″ - 32″

Draw Weight: 50 lbs - 70 lbs
IBO Speed: 328 fps
Weight: 6.00 lbs

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AXXON-40 reviews

When you increase the size of a bow, you are able to have an interesting effect on the weight distribution that can make a bow better for certain tasks as you increase its size. No other bow is such a good example of this design feature as the Martin AXXON-40.

Things to Consider Before Buying

Target archer has been evolving and changing ever since it was started many years ago. Today’s latest compound bows have gradually been getting more and more advanced, with bows like the AXXON-40 showing just what technology can do. The bow’s 40- inch frame size is one of the largest you will find on any compound bow and allows the AXXON-40 to also be one of the most accurate compound target bows.

The increased length of the bow’s frame means that it has more area to distribute its weight, making it feel more balanced in the hands. In addition to the bow’s natural ability for better weight distribution, Martin has created additional technology that makes the 40 even more balanced. The RRAD Weight Distribution System allows every archer to custom tune the 40 to their own unique shooting preferences by moving the weight of the bow around so the balance is better suited to each archer’s individual preferences.

Who Should Buy it?

Archers who are looking for a serious piece of target shooting technology will find much joy in tinkering and fine tuning their own AXXON-40. The bow allows every archer to adjust various elements of the bow to create a truly unique experience. Adjustments that allow you to move the weight distribution of the bow around and create a new feeling are unseen on other bows and separate the AXXON from the competition. The archer who would get the most out of the AXXON would certainly be a skilled and experienced target shooter looking for an edge over the competition.

Who Shouldn’t Buy it?

Not only is the AXXON-40 much larger than a standard compound bow, it is also much more advanced. New archers would have immense amounts of trouble trying to use the AXXON to its full potential and would be better suited with a smaller and less powerful bow. Hunters should also look to smaller and quieter bows for a better hunting experience.

Pros

  • The AXXON-40 combines all of Martin’s best technologies into one, balanced package
  • The speeds and consistency of the bow are unmatched and higher than most other bows
  • The Dual Sync Helix Cams allow for many levels of adjustment and create an incredibly smooth shooting experience.

Cons

  • ●        The rather large frame of the AXXON-40 will make it hard to wield for some smaller archers

Final thoughts 

The large frame of the AXXON-40 may seem strange to some, but those who appreciate it will know what it is capable of. The AXXON allows those who use it to stand out among the competition and collect as many medals as possible.

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Specifications for the Martin bow: AXXON-40

Brace Height7″
Axle to Axle Length39-1/2″
Draw Length29″ – 32″
Draw Weight50 lbs – 70 lbs
IBO Speed328 fps
Weight6.00 lbs
Let-Off65 – 85%

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