Addressing the first paragraph here: All Martin bows that come with MPro, M2Pro, or Dyna cams DO come with a full set of modules to fit within their stated draw length range. Most of those up to 30' and a couple might make 31". These are present models. Most of the Pro models that use the Cat cams come with a rotating model already installed that covers all but the longest inch of their draw length range. For that last inch you need the "long" module which has two settings.
Originally Posted by Gutpile
As Roger said, you can get the Mystic in camo. Infact you can talk to Martin and get just about anything built that you desire. Depends on what you want to spend and whether it's in the realm of reality. The Scepter, being 43" A2A certainly does not preclude it from being able to be shot from a treestand. I remember when 48" to 50" was the norm and these we could shoot very well from a treestand. I did it and I'm only 5'8" tall. Most of the rhetoric you hear about having to have short bows to treestand hunt are from people who have never experienced the pleasure of shooting a longer bow and experienced their better shooting qualities and accuracy over their short cousins.
As you mention, there are but a handful of bows made that will make a 32" draw. The reasons are economical. It's because of all the people shooting archery or wishing to there are but a handful of people who need such a long draw. To build such bows takes completely new design and engineering and the amount of bows made and sold for such individuals wouldn't even cover the cost of the design work. Would you do it knowing you will lose money?
I haven't done any research because I have no need of a 32" draw, but if you look at the bows you mention I'd bet you'll find they are all longer A2A bows---unsuited to use from treestands by the standards some set for them. Being left handed compounds your problems of finding something suitable.
Some of the other problems you'll find with short bows is that cam lean and limb twist is more severe the shorter the bow. The longer the draw length the worse it gets as the bow is drawn. I see more problems with cam lean, cables being frayed, string wear and other nasty things, simply because bows are getting too short creating more severe string/cable angles.
Tell ya what. Just for giggles get on Archery talk and PM LeEarl. Tell him what you want and see what he says. There isn't much he hasn't done with Martin bows and some others.
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