Martin Alien Compound Bow
The Martin Alien compound bow has been designed with the hunter who is looking for the latest in technology at a reasonable price. This is an extremely lightweight bow that will shoot with incredible smoothness and the high end features that have been added to the bow ensure that it is also very smooth.
The bow is powered by the Nitro 3 Hybrid cam system that has powered all of the previous season bows and this continues to provide plenty of power. The rigid machined riser is a lean, solid but lightweight stable platform around which the accuracy is enhanced. This accuracy is aided by the generous 7” brace height.
The Power Tough Limbs use a new hinge profile to allow a heavy load to be dispersed over a wider area and the design gives that process a greater stability. The dampening that is used on the bow extends to the Integrated VEM Silencing Arrow Shelf as well as the Carbon Fiber String Suppressing System. The limb alignment is achieved and assured by the Roto Cups.
The bow is available in a range of finishes that is larger than most types of bows giving you another option to have to ponder over. Choose from NEXT G1 Vista Camo, Bonz Camo, Skulz Camo, Black Carbon, Frost White or Crimson Red.
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Martin Archery Rytera ALIEN Compound Bow
Time Remaining: 5d 8h 23m
Nitro 3 Hybrid cam system
Carbon Stealth STS
X4 Twin Limbs
CNC Machined Solid Aluminum Riser
Silent Hunter Arrow Shelf
Three VEM Vibration Vortex Modules
Threaded Steel Stabilizer Insert
Saddleback Thermal Grip
Martin Alien Bow Specs
Draw Weights : 50, 60, 70lbs
Draw Lengths : 27.5-30.5”
Axle to Axle : 32″
Brace Height : 7”
Mass Weight : 3.5lbs
Effective Let Off : 80%
IBO Speed: 335 fps
What they are saying in the forums about the Martin Alien
I have a 2013 Alien, LOVE it! Smoother than my older Alien-X's and Alien-Z's, and the limbs are 2" shorter which makes for a more compact bow. It also seem to hold steadier as the riser has less deflex. It seems a little lighter than my older Alien-X.
The first thing I noticed about the bow was the finish; (Black Carbon) The finish was nice but I wish they would have put a sealer on the riser and limbs but no problems so far.
Second; when I grabbed the grip, it feels alot better than my alien x, it just sits better, feels more natural.
Third; I looked over the whole bow and I just got to say there’s nothing like it on the market, its own category. Very Alienish!
Fourth; Its very light, at 3.5 pounds it feels better than most other bows I shot. I shot alot of different bows and never shot this at all just bought it, then when I shot it for the first time....man.
Fifth; the draw, when you pull it back fast...theres a bump but when you pull it slow its just smooth.....all i can say smooth. I'm pulling 70lbs. (69.4#)
sixth; The let off- I can hold it all day.
seventh; back wall-is solid rock solid.
eighth; The shot-the shot was quiet, fast and a little after shock
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