I”ll add that when drawn my old 31” outback limbs probably pull in far more than my new 29” bow but ill have to see which kid of mine has the guts to put tape on it while im drawn lol. Might take a few pics and measure string angle, im curious.I have the V3 31 inch. Thing is on these Mathews bows the cams are very big so even though the riser length is shorter the string angle isn't bad at all. They aren't like a normal 29" bow and they certainly don't shoot like one. They talk about this on the Mathews website. I came from a 34" Hoyt Carbon Defiant and I can tell very little difference in the string angle on the 31 inch Mathews V3 because of how the cams are designed. My draw length is 30".
Yes. I did change it from 70 to 65lbs but so far so good. It shoots like a dream, at least in regards to what im looking for. 70 wasn't bad but id like to be able to shoot it a lot before tiring. I do need to adjust my peep now that the string is broke in. Just haven’t had time to pop back into the bowshop. Work has been brutal and im renovating a newly acquired property.New bow sighted in and ready to do some harvesting? Happy with your upgrade?
Are those Zebra strings and cables? Did you order your bow with custom colors?View attachment 105342
Just picked my v3x 33 up Saturday. Very stable feeling bow. I have been shooting a Mathews vertix since 2019. Very similar, but the draw cycle on the v3x feels smother to me not as much of a hump at the back end of the draw. I plan on finishing this season with the vertix. And setting this one up this winter. The bow definitely has some cool features.