Mathews Halon X Compound Bow
The Mathews Halon X compound bow has been designed and marketed as a crossover bow that will perform equally well out in the field as it will on the 3D range. It is a solidly reliable bow that has a smooth draw cycle and plenty of power behind the shot.
It is very similar to the Halon, released in 2015, except the Halon X is longer. With 35 inches axle to axle and a brace height of 7 inches. This bow is forgiving and gentle to draw, making it great for both target archers and hunters.
The Mini-Crosscentric cam is used for this bow. This is a new perimeter weighted cam designed by incorporating the NO CAM ST technology and the power of the AVS. The Mini-Crosscentric cam produces precise shots at speeds up to 330 fps and a let off of up to 85%.
The riser of the Halon X is the Dual Bridge riser. This is a much more stable riser than previous ones, providing a tonne of support. The limbs are also much more beefed up than limbs of the past. The bow weighs 4.94 lbs which can be expected with the riser and limbs, you're working with.
The MSRP of the Halon X is $1,299.
The bow is available in Lost Camo XD, Black and Anodized Black.
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Mathews Halon X Comp RH 70Lb 285 or 29 Mod
$630.00 (3 Bids)
Time Remaining: 1d 22h 28m
Bow Features :
Mini-Crosscentric Cam system
Dual Bridged Riser
Reverse Assist Guard
Harmonic Stabilizer Lite
Mathews Halon X Bow Specs
Draw Weights: 50, 60, 70 lbs
Draw Length: 26-30.5”
Axle to Axle: 35”
Brace Height: 7”
Mass Weight: 4.94 lbs
Effective Let-Off: 75%, 85%
IBO Speed: 330 fps
This bow was part of the 2016 line-up of compound bow releases. You can find the specifications of all bows released in 2016 here.
This video from Outdoor Life discusses a few of the features of the bow in good detail.
What they're saying in the forums about the Mathews Halon X
This bow will tune easier and be more stable. I can almost promise that. I love my Chill X's but this will be an improvement in my eyes. As a pure hunting bow, the Chill X might be the better option but that depends on the shooter. As a dual purpose or 3D/Target bow, the Halon X will be better.
I have one and it will be my primary hunting bow this year. The draw cycle ramps up quickly, but is smooth and consistent. I have the 75% mods on mine, so there is no drop into the wall. I've been very happy with mine. Super stable and shoots great. It is a little louder than my HTR from last year, but I've owned louder bows. Set up was simple and tuned easy. I like the longer ATA, so it was a perfect fit for me.
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