2015 Mathews No-Cam HTR - Serial # 1735417. Fully loaded with everything you need for the woods. This is a great bow, used only in target shooting, has never seen the woods.
ATA = 32", Brace height = 6.625", 330 fps, 4.14 lbs. Includes decal on bow case, wax (ready to head to woods). Compound Bow Choice - Most detailed/expert reviews online. Mathews has redesigned what their definition of shootability looks like.Although the axel to axel measurement is a relatively compact 32-inches, the riser is almost 30-inches, making it hold on target like a much longer bow. 330 feet per second is not an upgrade in speed compared to past years, but the cam system has seen a change. The No Cam HTR features a new wheel system demanding less nock travel and a more tunable system, which also has a different feel at full draw. The No Cam is a large transition from the type of bow Mathews has produced in their solocam lineup in the past. Mathews decided to go back to the drawing board for a complete simplification of everything they have done the past few years. Some will appreciate the engineering that went into producing this bow, and others will not. The feel of the bow is unique, the shot is silent, and the lack of vibration after the shot is refreshing. A compact 32- inch axel to axel measurement. Riser is almost 30-inches long adding a lot in stability.
Dead in the hand and silent after the shot. Easiest shooting bow I have ever experienced. Version: 2015 Mathews No Cam HTR - 5 Stars. Pros: Smooth draw, quiet release, length of riser makes it shoot like a longer ATA bow, zero hand shock and zero vibration after shot, Focus grip really reduces torque, bow finish is high quality.Cons: 4.3 pounds without stabilizer and full quiver. The HTR has by far the smoothest draw and quietest release that I've ever experienced in a bow. The dead-end stop with monkey tail string dampeners leave no string buzz after the shot so the only sound you hear is a whir of the cam bearings and the drop of the arrow rest. The length of the machined riser and the associated weight give it the stable hold of a longer axle-to-axle bow. I have used it with a six inch stabilizer and notice little difference, though a longer stabilizer would probably improve the hold even more. The focus grip is narrow and helps both to discourage wrapping your hand around the grip and to center the grip on the heel of the palm below the thumb for consistency in the grip of the bow. The riser/limb finishes I've looked at from Lost Camo, OT Camo, Black anthem, tactical, and stone tactical have all been impeccable. Take it with you, its worth it. Version: 2015 Mathews No Cam HTR. Pros: Great grip, steady shot, priced right for a good bow, bow Weight may be a issue for weaker shooters, anyone that shoots over 50 lbs will not have problem with it.
Cons: Availability is only major concern, and for the speed to draw cycle is pretty stiff. Price might deter people who don't know a price-to-quality feel. Best bow I've found. Pros: Smooth draw, super smooth shot, whisper quiet, and very little kick back.
I have shot bear Archery, and Hoyt and bowtech and even some other Mathews, but nothing is like the no cam. Draw cycle is a little different from anything else but still really smooth and easy. I find it easier to hold on target more than others as well. My favorite thing about this bow is the shot.
As soon I squeeze my release the arrow is gone and I don't even realize it until I hear the thwack from my arrow hitting the target, talking about quiet. Also I can hold my hand fully open with no worries about it jumping away from me. Serious smooth shooting, whisper quiet. Since I've picked up my HTR I have shot the best accuracy ever.
It's smooth, quiet & Stable. Pros: Draw cycle is smooth, but different. It's quiet, but not mystically so, like some would have you believe. Feels good in the hand, before and after the shot. Cons: I've had to add front and rear stabilizers to get it balanced like I want, and those make an already heavy bow even heavier.That said, it's solid and stable. I have mine set at 65 lbs, 30, 85% letoff, shooting 500g arrows at 255 fps. I was getting faster speeds with an IQ sight, but have since gone back to a peep and tube. I haven't done much to tune it, other than change the draw weight up and down to my liking. The bow met all of my expectations and I may get another one and set it up slightly differently for late season. I tried the HTR and the HTX, and while I also liked the HTX, the draw length only goes to 29. Pros: Extremely smooth draw cycle (esp nice after recent shoulder surgery) and very quiet. Also repeatable accuracy with tight groups. Cons: Less speed than other options is the trade off for the butter smooth draw cycle and early let off that makes it so pleasant to shoot and easy on the shoulders. The item "Mathews No Cam HTR Bow Package, Fully Loaded, ready to hunt Lost Camo RH" is in sale since Wednesday, April 10, 2019. This item is in the category "Sporting Goods\Outdoor Sports\Archery\Bows\Compound". The seller is "severson9aba" and is located in La Vergne, Tennessee. This item can be shipped to United States.
): approximately 32 inches axle to axle