Mathews Reezen 6.5 Compound Bow
The Mathews Reezen 6.5 compound bow is a fast, powerful single cam hunting bow that provides high efficiency shooting. The 6.5 in the name of the bow is reference to the size of the brace height.
This is the type of bow that will prove very comfortable to shoot, providing outstanding smoothness and virtually shock free arrow release. The dampeners that come with the bow are effective in silencing the bow and it goes through the cycle well. It's a reliable bow that boasts an impressive top speed.
This is a solid bow, the limbs are single piece limbs and the grip is small enough so that any hand size will fit comfortably in it. It is the sort of bow that will stand up well to the harsh conditions of being dragged through overgrowth and brush. The dampening features will aid accuracy and it will allow you extended shooting at optimum accuracy.
The Reezen Solocam technology pushes the efficiency envelope to the next level and takes advantage of every draw cycle inch possible. There are plenty of reasons here to want to find a quality Mathews Reezen 6.5 for sale.
Browse through the various Mathews Reezen 6.5 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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Bow Features :
Harmonic Dampening System
SE4 Composite Limbs System
Pivoting SphereLock Limb Cup
Quick Change Axle
In Line Grip
Mathews Reezen 6.5 Bow Specs
Draw Weights : 40, 50, 60, 70 lbs
Draw Lengths : 24.5-30"
Axle to Axle : 32"
Brace Height : 6.5"
Mass Weight : 4.15 lbs
Effective Let Off : 80%
IBO Speed : 340 fps
What they're saying about the Mathews Reezen 6.5
There are some pros and cons this year. The limbs are almost set parallel and the riser looks to be ALMOST the same as the drenalin. Here is probably what you were waiting for...the draw. Well I gotta say the draw isn't so silky smooth anymore, but I guess that's what happens when you get that much more speed out of it. I started to get used to the draw cycle towards the end of shooting it and it's a hard wall that I wasn't used to. One of the great things however was that the bow did not move after the shot, steady as heck, no hand shock (in this regards it far excels the other mathews bows). If you can get used to the draw cycle (will take some time) then the bow definitely should be worth at least shooting.
I bought the 6.5 the next week it,s not as smooth pulling because of the cam but thats where the speed comes in. since then I,ve shot it at 40 and 50 yards and skinned up my arrows. I,m shooting easton axis 340's with blazers at 65lbs.I dont think it has anymore hand shock than the dxt i'm not disappointed at all. It's just another wonderful mathews bow.