What year did Mathews Zxt come out?

What year did Mathews Zxt come out?

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.

How fast does the Mathews Zxt shoot?

326 FPS
Shooting an approximate 326 FPS the ZXT has everything a bowhunter needs speed, forgiveness, accuracy, topped off with no vibration and no noise! Weight ranges 40-50lbs, 50-60lbs, 60-70lbs….Specs at a glance.

Speed: 326 feet per sec.
Axle to Axle: 28 inches
Brace Height: 7.375 inches

When was the Mathews Z3 made?

The Mathews Z7 was a very popular bow for Mathews a while back featuring a compact design, decent speeds, and single cam technology. For 2016, Mathews has decided to bring the Z7 back with a newly designed riser for a remake of a classic, which comes with a new name – the Z3.

What year did the Mathews Z7 Extreme come out?

The Mathews Z7 Xtreme is a high quality and great shooting bow from the Z7 series launched by Mathews in 2010. When it comes to shootability, the Xtreme feels almost exactly the same as the original Z7. However, a few interesting changes were introduced by the Mathews design team for this bow.

What was the last solo cam bow Mathews made?

Registered. The mathews creed was the last flagship solocam. 2013 .

How fast is a Mathews z3?

Mathews Z3 Specifications

Brace Height 7 “
Axle to Axle Length 30 “
Draw Length 24 ” – 30 “
Draw Weight 30 lbs – 70 lbs
IBO Speed 330 fps

Does Mathews still make the z3?

At 30″ axle to axle, it is perfect for those extreme hunting conditions. The Mathews Z3 is what Mathews built it’s reputation on and has delivered again with the ZX Solocam and the quick change axle, bringing efficiency to a new level….Specs at a glance.

Axle to Axle: 30 inches
Brace Height: 7 inches

Is a Mathews Creed XS good?

For a short axel to axel bow, the Creed XS holds really well on target, and the shot is completely shock free. The Creed XS is quiet, decently fast, forgiving, and smooth all wrapped into a lightweight, compact design. For a hunting bow, it is hard to ask for anything else.

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