Mathews Halon 32 5 Compound Bow

Mathews Halon 32 5 Review

1 editor review
Mathews Halon 32 5
Editor review:

The Halon 32 is offered in three separate configurations based on the brace height and performance. The 5-inch brace height is the best speed-wise clocking in at an IBO rated 350 feet per second. For shooters familiar with the 2016 Halon, the 2017 has all the same benefits and amazing technology with a more stable 32-inch axel-to-axel platform. Mathews hunting bows have historically been on compact side of things, with most being between 28-30 or so inches. It is refreshing to see a Mathews hunting bow stretched out a bit to 32-inches, which will allow a more stable platform, a better string angle, and a more comfortable bow overall for taller shooters. It is very tough to find anything wrong with the Halon 32 with a five-inch brace height. Shooters wanting a speed bow know they will have to shoot a shorter brace height, which can mean less forgiving. However, shooters wanting speed have already acknowledged and accepted that comes at a price. The heavy bow holds well, and has minimal noise and hand shock, but it can also be slightly cumbersome loaded with accessories and carted up and down mountains for miles a day. The price is fair at an MSRP listing of $1099, which is competitive with other top of the line rigs. However, those on a budget may have to save a little longer to end up owning this really great hunting bow. In the end, the decision to purchase the Halon 32 5 will need to be made by each shooter. This bow does deserve a closer look for the serious archer wanting top of the line equipment from an industry giant... read full review

Mathews Halon 32 5 Specifications

1 version

Manufactured: 2017 (1 version)

Latest version: 2017 Mathews Halon 32 5

Brace Height 5 "
Axle to Axle Length 32 "
Draw Length 24.5 " - 30.5 "
Draw Weight 30 lbs - 70 lbs
IBO Speed 350 fps
Weight 4.83 lbs
Let-Off 75%, 85%