Mathews triax

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  1. NebMo Hunter

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    Saw a video on youtube, looks like a halon with a 28 axle to axle

    Anyone else see this yet?

     
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    https://www.bowhunting.com/blog/2017/11/14/mathews-triax-first-look/

    I need to throw a set of ABB strings on mine tonight and get it all tuned up. If I can get it dialed in I may hunt with it this weekend.

    Personally speaking I really like it. Same basic size as the Z7 Xtreme which was one of my favorite bows from Mathews. The large cams reduce the string angle a bit so it's really not as severe as some people think. I've got a few dozen arrows through mine and so far I really like it.
     
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    Speaking of the Z7 Extreme isn't that one of the "older" models they actually atleast this year was producing and selling? I looked long and hard at one...almost grabbed it.
     
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    Sorry I am thinking of the Z3 I'm still considering for future.
     
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    Correct - the Z3 was essentially a modernized version of the Z7X that was a touch longer (30 vs 28). The Triax is very similar in stature, just a little quicker and quieter.
     
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    So Mathews built a kids version of last years bow? :lol:
     
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