Mathews Halon 32 6 Compound Bow

Mathews Halon 32 6 Review

1 editor review + 1 user review
Mathews Halon 32 6
Editor review:

The Halon 32 when paired with the 6-inch brace height is a great hunting bow! There is added stability with the longer axel to axel measurement, IBO speeds reaching 343 feet per second, and some amazing looking camo patterns to really make shooters interested in the purchase of a new Mathews for 2017. The Halon 32 is priced well for a top of the line bow, but the $1099 price tag is still difficult for some shooters to come up with. The added weight of a bare bow weighing in at 4.73-pounds should help shooters be a bit more calm holding on target. However, that extra weight could get old when backpacking long distances to stands or chasing elk in the mountains. The Halon 32 shoots great, and should be on the list of anyone wanting a truly awesome hunting bow. As with any archery purchase, it is always best to try the bow out head to head against some other choices to see which bow works best for each shooter. However, the Halon 32 is legit, and deserves a chance for a shootout... read full review

User reviews:
  • Only bow I've used and doubt I'll use another. by Dave Vaughan from Auckland, New Zealand

Mathews Halon 32 6 Specifications

2 versions

Manufactured: 2017 - 2018 (2 versions, specs not changed)

Latest version: 2018 Mathews Halon 32 6

Brace Height 6 "
Axle to Axle Length 32 "
Draw Length 25.5 " - 31.5 "
Draw Weight 30 lbs - 70 lbs
IBO Speed 340 fps - 343 fps
Weight 4.73 lbs
Let-Off 75% & 85%
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