Martin Firecat 400 Compound Bow
The Martin Firecat 400 compound bow is part of the 2011 line up of Pro Series hunting compound bows. The bow is equipped with a number of features that speed lovers are going to be very excited about. The Nitro Hybrid Pro Cams are capable of producing extremely high speeds and when they are combined with PowerTough Limbs the additional reliability makes it an even better match.
With so much power being generated by the bow there is a requirement to control the movement and vibration within the frame. This is where a few of the dampening system features will prove to be invaluable. The first is the TRG, or Torque Reducing Cable Guard and the second is the SOS or the String Oscillation Suppressor.
The Martin Firecat 400 compound bow should provide hunters with the perfect combination of power and accuracy with every feature added with the aim of improving the odds in your favour.
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Bow Features :
Nitro Hybrid cam system
CNC Machined Solid Block Aluminum Riser
Torque Reducing Cable Guard
String Oscillation Suppressor
VEM Vibration Vortex
Quick-Lock Stabilizer Mount
Martin Firecat 400 Bow Specs
Draw Weights : 50, 60, 70 lbs
Draw Lengths : 27-30"
Axle to Axle : 32.5"
Brace Height : 7”
Mass Weight : 3.7lbs
Effective Let Off : 80% (adjustable)
IBO Speed : 335-345 fps
What they're saying in the forums about the Martin Firecat 400
I have a FC400 and have only had one problem with it. The modules had a rough spot from the machining process that was eating my cables. 5 minutes with a needle file, and it was fixed. I caught it before it did any significant damage to the cables. I am shooting 70#, 28.5 draw, 398 gr. arrow at 298 fps. It does require frequent lubricating of the cables where they pass through the TRG, but that only takes a minute or two. I have noticed that the more I shoot it, the less I am having to lube the cables.
So far, I certainly don't have any complaints. It's supposed to silence the bow & reduce vibration. There's a distinctive, but quiet little "slap" of the string hitting the rubber pad on the SOS, but it's still a heckuva lot quieter than some bows I've heard.
That said, I shoot 29"/70# and only shoot a 368 gr. arrow, so no matter what bow I shoot, it's gonna be loud with an arrow that light. The TRG? If it really reduces cam lean & leads to an even quieter bow, I'm a fan.
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