Bowtech BT-Mag Compound Bow

Bowtech BT-Mag
  • Bowtech BT-Mag Review

    1 editor review
    Editor review:
    Bowtech states, "Go big or go home," when advertising the BT-Mag, and that statement is certainly true. Shooters will need to be certain they want a longer framed bow when they grab the 36-inch axel to axel bow tipping the scales at 4-6-pounds before added accessories. The BT-Mag takes what Bowtech does so well with their hunting lineup, and stretches it out a bit to make a supersized version of that bow for shooters wanting those great characteristics in a tournament rig. The pricetag is comparable to other tournament bows on the market, but that does not necessarily make it any easier to stomach. Perhaps shooters interested in a multipurpose bow will have an easier time paying the premium tournament bow price. However, some shooters are liable to shy away from even testing it out based on the sticker price alone. Another larger negative of the BT-Mag is that it only goes out to a 30-inch draw length. This bow would work phenomenally well for shooters with a longer draw cycle, and they do not even get a chance to shoot it because it does not go long enough for them. As a bow, the BT-Mag has a lot to offer shooters on the market in 2017. It shoots like a dream, holds well, and gives tinkerers a lot to do in getting the absolute most out of their rigs performance... read full review
  • Bowtech BT-Mag Specifications

    1 version
    Manufactured: 2017 (1 version)
    Latest version: 2017 Bowtech BT-Mag
    Brace Height 6.75 "
    Axle to Axle Length 36 "
    Draw Length 26.5 " - 30 "
    Draw Weight 40 lbs - 70 lbs
    IBO Speed 340 fps
    Weight 4.6 lbs
    Let-Off 80%