Martin Chameleon Carbon Compound Bow

Martin Chameleon Carbon Review

1 editor review
Martin Chameleon Carbon
Editor review:

Continuing their market-leading use of carbon in price-point compound models, Martin Archery has hit the jackpot with their redesigned ultra-light, adjustable platform, beginning with the Stratos and evolving into the Chameleon. Other than the somewhat sluggish IBO, there is no feature of this bow that is to be un-liked, and the upgrades like the movable, limb-actuated draw stop and redesigned grip are huge improvements, easily noticeable right away when looking at both models side-by-side. For less than $400, this bow is worth a serious look at any prospective archer's local dealer- but be warned, it does the complete opposite of blending in to its environment... read full review

Martin Chameleon Carbon Specifications

2 versions

Manufactured: 2017 (2 versions, specs changed)

Latest version: 2017 Martin Chameleon (MX One Cam)

Brace Height 7 "
Axle to Axle Length 30.75 "
Draw Length 27.5 " - 30.5 "
Draw Weight 0 lbs - 70 lbs
IBO Speed 310+ fps
Weight 3.6 lbs
Let-Off 80%
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