Martin Firehawk Compound Bow
The Martin Firehawk is part of the Pro Series range in the Martin Archery line up. It is a short frame bow that the company bills as a leading high performance bow. This short framed bow is only 29 ¾” and has been designed to pack a lot of power into a small package making it ideal if you routinely do a lot of trekking before requiring the use of the bow.
The CAT 2 Hybrid Duo Cam which is the cam system for the Firehawk has been improved recently to reduce cam lean and the bow tracks very nicely indeed. This is a very efficient cam system and the Martin bows that use it are typically capable of impressive speeds.
For anyone who prefers their bows compact yet powerful, the Martin Firehawk will deliver what they are looking for.
Browse through the various Martin Firehawk compound bows when they are displayed for sale below. You will also find a list of bow features further down the page as well as the bow specifications to give you a good idea of the type of bow that is being reviewed and offered here.
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- C.A.T. Hybrid Duo Cam
- Pivoting Roto Limb Cup
- Slim Torque Free Grip
- Martin CCS Cable Containment System
- Official STS Shock Terminator Suppressor
- Double Helix ELITE Strings
- FAST, Smooth, and Recoil Free
- Integrated Shelf, Grip, and V.E.M. Dampening System
- Integrated V.E.M. Silencing Arrow Shelf
- Thermal V Leather Grip
Martin Firehawk Bow Specs
Draw Weight : 50#, 60#, 70#
Draw Lengths : 25-30″
Axle to Axle : 29-3/4″
Brace Height : 7″
Mass Weight : 3.6 lbs
Effective Let Off : 80%
IBO Speed : 315-320 fps
What they’re saying about the Martin Firehawk
Its a very nice bow that doesn’t get much press, it’s very compact light weight and ibo of the ones I’ve seen have been just about dead on, buddy has one that we thought was running way slow, until we put it on the chrono his arrows were pretty dang heavy, put an ibo weight arrow on there and came away pleased
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