Thoughts and opinions on the 2012 Martin Prowler Pro Fury XT Cam
I've been eying this bow out for my son. Anybody have any first hand experience with this bow. My son will be 12, His DL is 24.5 inches. I was thinking about getting one of those RThunt bows but I'm very picky when it comes to the accessories. If I buy a bow with the RTH package, i know I'll be replacing them in 3-6 minths.
Here's the info from the dealer site.
New 2012 Martin Prowler Pro Fury XT Cam Bow
Right Hand 29" 70lbs
The Fastest And Most Accurate Bows In The World
Building on the overwhelming success of the Exile, the new Prowler packs even more features into this exceptionally popular bow. This striking new design is the more advanced big brother to the Exile. The Prowler is built around a lightweight, agile frame with machined aluminum pivoting Roto limb cup system and an aluminum Martin STS. With a more extreme limb angle, parallel limb design and longer riser, the Prowler is designed with the hunter in mind and is a pleasure to shoot.
The incredible new Fury XT Cam easily adjusts from 30.5" of draw to 24" in half inch increments and allows a 70# bow to be taken all the way down to 35#. Capable of a lightning fast 330 feet per second, this cam is as quiet and shock free as it gets!
Made in the USA!
Fury XT Single Cam Smooth, Fast, Adjustable
Hammerhedad Bowstring No Stretch or Peep Rotation-BCY Trophy
Powertough Limbs Durable and Accurate
Saddleback Thermal Grip
VEM Vibration Vortex
Roto Cup Pivoting Limb System
Quick-Lock Stabilizer Mount
Silent Hunter Arrow Shelf
Camo: Next G1 Vista
Speed: 320-330 fps (70#, 30", 350 Grain Arrow)
Let Off: 80% (Adjustable)
Draw Weight: 35-70 lbs
Draw Length: 24"-30.5" (We can set before shipping, please specify your required draw length)
Brace Height: 7"
Weight: 3.3 lbs
Axle to Axle Length: 30
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