Martin Scepter 4 MAG Compound Bow
Product Description and Review
The Martin Scepter 4 Mag compound bow is the old Scepter with a new look for a new year. The bow is still basically the same tournament winning bow with a few slight adjustments. The bow is equipped with 4X CoreFlex Super Magnum limbs and the axle length has been reduced to a more compact size. The result is a bow that is now faster than it was before.
The bow is powered by the new CAT 1.5 Hybrid Duo Cam that has been specifically designed for the shorter draw or longer bows. The Hybrid Cam performance provides serious benefits to the target archer.
The Scepter 4 Mag will help like never before with above average precision and accuracy, two factors that top target shooters in the past have enjoyed with previous releases of the Scepter.
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Bow Features :
Wheel CAT 1.5 Hybrid Duo Cam
4X CoreFlex Super Magnum limbs
Integrated VEM Module, Grip and Shelf Dampening Package
Precision Speed Bearings
Martin Scepter 4 Mag Specifications
Martin Scepter 4 MAG Bow Specs
Draw Weights : 60# 70#
Draw Lengths : 26-30"
Axle to Axle : 37 1/4"
Brace Height : 7"
Mass Weight : 4 lbs
Effective Let Off : 80% (adjustable)
IBO Speed : 335-340 fps
What they're saying about the Martin Scepter 4 MAG
I own a Martin Scepter 4 with furious cams and elite limbs. I bought the bow brand new last year and must say it is a great bow to shoot 3D and spots very smooth and accurate and mine’s not set up with the shoot through, I tried it and didn't see much difference so I put mine back and bought a roller cable slide in which I gained 6 fps.
I guarantee if you’re looking to shoot like a pro the scepter 4 is the bow to have
They brought that bow out this year as their ultimate finger/target bow and cancelled the Razor X bow (I think).
I know eventually I'll get a fingers compound. Right now it's a toss up between the Bowtech Constitution and the Martin Scepter 4. I lean toward the Bowtech though because parallel limbs are real nice to shoot.
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