Mission X4 Compound Bow
The Mission X4 compound bow is the second in the original series of Mission bows when they were first separated from the Mathews line of bows. These original bows were given the model names X3, X4 and X5. The X4 was created with a machined riser, perimeter weighted cam system and vibration reducing accessories called string cushions and rubber X silencers that are applied to the cables.
The bow was first introduced in 2007 and it still stands as a hunting bow of note. Comparing the X4 to the X3 finds that the two bows are very similar in the way they shoot and the smoothness of the draw and release. The difference lies in the riser with a slightly different riser configuration that results in the weight being slightly lighter. The price point of the X4 was also higher than the X3 by a good $50.
The finish of the X4 is also different to the X3 in that the X4 is available in camo rather than the black available for the X3.
Mission X4 Compound Bows For Sale
LK MATHEWS MISSION X 4 RH 29draw 60 70 very nice
Time Remaining: 2d 19h 51m
2008 Mathews Mission x4
Time Remaining: 4d 18h 53m
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Perimeter Weighted Cam System
Mission X4 Specs
Draw Weight: 40, 50, 60, 70#
Brace Height: 7”
Mass Weight: 3.84lbs.
Let-Off: 80% Effective
IBO Speed: 310 fps
What They're Saying About the Mission X4
Also the X4 has more holes machines out of the riser, but it's just a cuople small holes. They shoot identical. Smooth draw, as you would expect from a single cam bow with a soft cam lobe. It has a nice back wall. There is a little vibration at the shot but that's to be expected
I have the mission x4 and i absolutley love it . would recomend it to everyone. The z7 was an awsome shooting bow but for the price this bow shoots great.
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