Hoyt Invicta 40 SVX Compound Bow

Hoyt Invicta 40 SVX Review

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Hoyt Invicta 40 SVX
Editor review:

The Invicta platform is an awesome target bow specifically designed for the most serious archers on the planet. Everything about the bow and the re-engineering was done to provide target shooters the most stable and forgiving platform possible. The SVX cam is a tournament favorite for Hoyt pro staffers and it is no secret why it is such a trusted cam system. The 40-inch model will more than likely be the option for those interested in a spot shooting bow, but some 3D guys like a longer model also, and the Invicta 40 may find itself as a summer 3D bow too. The modular grip is one of the best ideas in target archery, and the ability to adjust the angle and draw length is a genius move. Many companies have alternative grip options for purchase, but to have all the options included with the bow for no additional charge is a great move by Hoyt. The Invicta 40 SVX is a really great design for shooters wanting a longer bow for their target setups. The largest downside of any Hoyt target bow, the Invicta 40SVX included, is the $1899 price tag. It has been mentioned a few times during the course of this review, but that amount of money is way too much for a compound bow. Will shooters pay for the Invicta 40 SVX? Of course, but that dollar amount is getting too steep and will most certainly push shooters to another model, which will be cheaper and arguably as feature packed... read full review

Hoyt Invicta 40 SVX Specifications

1 version

Manufactured: 2020 (1 version)

Latest version: 2020 Hoyt Invicta 40 SVX

Brace Height 7.25 "
Axle to Axle Length 40.25 "
Draw Length 27 " - 32 "
Draw Weight 30 lbs - 70 lbs
IBO Speed 325 fps
Weight 4.9 lbs
Let-Off 65%