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    Default Rytera bows

    I was just wondering how long has Martin been making this bow line? Are they cheaper or higher, and how do they shoot? That Alien X looks very good to me.

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    The Rytera bow line is Martin's elite series, Im not sure how long they have offered this line maybe back to 05 or 06 , but they definately are not cheaper than a Martin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slinger View Post
    The Rytera bow line is Martin's elite series, Im not sure how long they have offered this line maybe back to 05 or 06 , but they definately are not cheaper than a Martin.
    Rytera is made by Martin and is a Higher end Martin. They have been avaliable for about 5 yrs now the Triad and Bullet X are their main modles with the Alien available in Jan 09. Very nice bows cant waite to get a Alien. They cost quite a bit more than a Martin !

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    I don't know, Matt. I've been seeing prices of about $699 for the AlienX and that ain't bad considering. Hey, what did the Slayer go for? How about the WartHog? That Alien might be right in the thick of things this year. Now if they'd just start making it with an ATA of about 36" I would have ordered one.

    They kind of went crazy with the short bow idea this year. I guess they have to make what people think they want. You know. Those bowhunters are at least 90% of the sales.
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    That is true on the ATA and bowhunting. I just sold my Mathews switchback XT and bought the firecat. The XT was only 31"ATA but shot good but it lacked on the energy, and in hunting you got to have the energy. The more I shoot this firecat the more I like it.

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    Based on the MSRP differential between the Firecat and the Warthog, you are looking at a potential $900 sticker for a hypothetical 36" Rytera. The upcharge from the Firecat to the Warthog is about 30% ($580 up to $750). Add that to the $699 Rytera and it comes to just over $900 for a 36" Alien. If it truly costs an extra 30% to build up essentially the same bow from 32" to 36", I can certainly see the hesitation to come out with a longer Alien. Based on the initial impression, I'm sure there would be a pretty good line of guys willing to shell out $900 for this hypothetical bow but would it be enough to warrant design and production? I believe the riser on the Alien is one-piece rather than the 3-piece modular riser of the firecat/warthog, so the cost differential may be different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bfisher View Post
    I don't know, Matt. I've been seeing prices of about $699 for the AlienX and that ain't bad considering. Hey, what did the Slayer go for? How about the WartHog? That Alien might be right in the thick of things this year. Now if they'd just start making it with an ATA of about 36" I would have ordered one.

    They kind of went crazy with the short bow idea this year. I guess they have to make what people think they want. You know. Those bowhunters are at least 90% of the sales.
    Last edited by C Bailey; 12-22-2008 at 02:07 PM.

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    Where have you read anything about the 36" Rytera?
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