Martin Warthog Compound Bow
The Martin Warthog compound bow is blindingly fast with aspeed of 350fps as the top speed measured for the bow. What you need to go hand in hand with a power-packed bow like this is a level of consistency and accuracy and that is what the Warthog provides as well.
The cam system used for the Warthog is the CAT Hybrid Duo Cam, a sophisticated system that provides a lot of power and a smooth draw cycle. This bow has been designed with the intention of making it the best 3D speed bow possible.
At 35" axle-to-axle it is not the smallest bow in the Martin Range but for its size it is certainly light weight ensuring it will be plenty comfortable enough.
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MARTIN WARTHOG COMPOUND BOW
Time Remaining: 2d 13h 57m
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Howatt MARTIN Warthog Compound Bow
Time Remaining: 3d 12h 41m
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MARTIN WARTHOG COMPOUND BOW 45 60 31 DRAW WITH SOFT CASE QUIVER SIGHT
Time Remaining: 28d 3h 33m
Buy It Now for only: $224.95
- C.A.T. Hybrid Duo Cam
- Pivoting Roto Limb Cup
- Slim Torque Free Grip
- Official STS Shock Terminator Suppressor
- Carbon Cable Guard Rod with Teflon Slide
- Integrated Shelf, Grip, and V.E.M. Dampening System
- Integrated V.E.M. Silencing Arrow Shelf
- Thermal V Leather Grip
- Double Helix ELITE Strings
Martin Warthog Bow Specs
Draw Weight : 60#, 70#
Draw Lengths : 27-31″
Axle to Axle : 35″
Brace Height : 6.25″
Mass Weight : 3.85 lbs
Effective Let Off : 80%
IBO Speed : 350 fps
What they’re saying about the Martin Warthog
The Martin Archery Warthog compound bow is meant to be a hunting tool. It combines ruggedness and advanced design in a good-handling, flat shooting, hard hitting machine.
one of my buddies in my league shoots just got picked up by martin and has been going on and on and on about his warthog. well he got it and gave me the honor of flinging a few arrows with it and holy crap was impressed! fast fast fast! shock free, smooth as slik on the draw.
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