Mathews Mustang Compound Bow
The Mathews Mustang compound bow is a lightweight bow designed primarily for women and smaller framed shooters. Although it is light in weight it certainly isn't a lightweight when it comes to performance and handling ability.
The bow is a short draw bow with a brace height at only 5-3/4 inches but the speed generated and the accuracy at which the bow is capable is impressive. This short draw bow only has a minimal valley but there is a solid wall at full draw that will give you an anchor point that you will find reliable at release.
The Mustang is a comfortable bow to hold with a slightly oversized grip, a smooth draw and a quiet release. Picking up one of these bows should have you feeling confident in your shot with only a minimal amount of adjustment required.
The features of the Mustang ensure that you are getting a high-end quality Mathews compound bow with the perimeter weighted cam system, harmonic dampeners, string suppressors and roller guard.
Browse through the various Mathews Mustang 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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2005 MATHEWS MUSTANG BOW 245 50LB RIGHT HAND With Plano Case
Time Remaining: 22h 30m
Mathews Mustang Bow
Time Remaining: 7d 1h
Bow Features :
Permiter Weighted Cam System
Harmonic Dampening System
Quad V-Lock Limbs
In Line Grip
Mathews Mustang Bow Specs
Draw Weights : 20, 30, 40, 50 lbs
Draw Lengths : 19-26"
Axle to Axle : 31.75"
Brace Height : 5-3/4"
Mass Weight : 3.2 lbs
Effective Let Off : 70%
IBO Speed : 280 fps
What they're saying about the Mathews Mustang
Since I'm new at bow hunting and just got my first bow in April!! I can proudly say i'm still in love with my mathews mustang!!
For the ladies I'd say to get the Mathews Mustang. it's lower in draw weight and is a smooth shooting bow and it is small. but just because it's small doesn't mean it doesn't have any power. It still has all the power needed to bring down that big buck in archery season.