Martin Condor Compound Bow
The Martin Condor compound bow has taken the success of the Scepter V and built on it to come up with a new target bow that will provide stability and shootability in a formidable combination. The design has been conceived to provide the greatest possible accuracy while still maintaining great power.
The bow uses the new for 2015 Ghost 2.0 cam system to provide added smoothness throughout the draw cycle. The 7th generation limbs combine nicely with the cams and results in a performance bow that is designed for competition.
The 40"riser makes a platform that will ensure stability over the shot and the 7" brace height promises to assist with greater accuracy. The bow is a long draw bow and the 33" draw length means that it is best suited for the larger shooter.
The bow can be bought in a choice of a few different finishes. Choose from Mossy Oak Break Up Infinity, Carbon Black, Target Red or Frost White.
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Ghost 2.0 Cams
7th Generation Limbs
Martin Carbon Fibre STS
Integrated VEM Silencing Arrow Shelf
Martin Condor Bow Specs
Draw Weights : 50, 60, 70lbs
Draw Lengths : 24 - 33”
Axle to Axle : 40″
Brace Height : 7”
Mass Weight : 4.5lbs
Effective Let Off : 80%
IBO Speed: 330 fps
This bow was part of the 2015 line-up of compound bow releases. You can find the specifications of all bows released in 2015 here.
What they are saying in the forums about the Martin Condor
Just got my condor today! I am blown away by it, I will try to get pics up tomorrow but shot a vegas round with it tonight and had a lot of fun shooting it. Mine measures at 38'' 1/2 ata and 7'' 1/2 brace. I am shooting the ghost cams .
At my first shot I was pretty impressed at how quiet it is. I think there is a little vibration (hand shock), but wasn't concentrating on this as I consider it a non-issue as any felt vibration is felt after the arrow leaves the bow anyway. Let's say that it was very minimal and I didn't have a stabilizer on the bow. My main focus was just to shoot a little and get used to the 65% letoff and see how a bare shaft would fly with everything set right down the middle of the bow. I was pleasantly surprised that it was close enough that very little tweaking is going to be needed.
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