Mathews Monster MR5 Compound Bow
The Mathews Monster MR5 compound bow is another release featuring the the smooth design of the AVS cam. Mathew's bows speak for themselves. Not much needs to be said about the Monster MR5. The bow has a maximum draw length of 30". When compared to other compound bows, this is pretty average.
The DYAD AVS is one of the newer cams to be found out there. It gives a buttery smooth draw and a let off of 80%. The Monster MR5 can reach speeds up to 360 fps. This is where the MR5 really stands out, as you just don't see bows that can shoot that fast.
The riser of the MR5 is the Geogrid riser that provides strength at very little weight cost. It is rigid and this gives the bow a more stable base to shoot from for enhanced accuracy. The bow has a brace height of 5".
There are numerous accessories that have been included on the bow to ensure the shooting cycle is as smooth and as quiet as possible. The Harmonic Stabilizer will reduce up to 75% of the vibration. At the end of the shot is the Dead End String Stop Lite which will quickly dispel any noise at the end.
The bow is available in Lost Camo.
Take a look at the selection of Mathews Monster MR5 compound bows that have been provided for sale below. If you prefer you can also check out the MR6 and MR7 models. For a full list of features and bow specs you can find them further down the page.
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THE BOW RACK MATHEWS MONSTER DISPLAY CHILLCHILL RCHILL XMR5MR6MR7SDX
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Bow Features :
DYAD AVS Cam System
Quad V-lock Limbs
Grid Lock Riser
Dead End String Stop
Walnut Slim Fit Grip
Mathews Monster MR5 Bow Specs
Draw Weights: 50, 60, 70, 80 lbs
Draw Length: 24.5-30”
Axle to Axle: 33”
Brace Height: 5”
Mass Weight: 4.5 lbs
Effective Let-Off: 80%
IBO Speed: 360 fps
This bow was part of the 2014 line-up of compound bow releases. You can find the specifications of all bows released in 2014 here.
What they're saying in the forums about the Mathews Monster MR5
I shoot a 70lb (set at 65lb) MR5 and love it. I switched from an Elite Pure and the hardest thing to get used to was the draw. My Pure was pretty smooth to draw. I shoot the MR5 better. But I've never been one to notice or be affected by brace height. I use my MR5 for hunting and 3d. Since I started using it for 3d my scores have gone up. I think you should try one.
The mr5 is a stiff drawing bow. And the hump is not as noticable as the omen pro x-force. The 5" brace height is nothing to be worried about i havent shot a bow in 4 years bought a mathews heli-m at 70lbs because shop told me the mr5 was to radical of a bow.
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