Mathews Halon 32 7 Compound Bow
Mathews Halon 32 7 Review1 editor review
The Halon 32 with a 7-inch brace height shoots great, feels awesome, and should be a great bow on the 3D course or in the woods. There is not much new about the Halon 32, but the 2-inch extension in the axel-to-axel measurement is a highly anticipated design move for Mathews. Although two-inches does not seem like much, the bow is still considered a more compact hunting bow, and the string angle produced, especially with the large cam system will fit on the shooters face better than the 30-inch model did. The price tag is high at $1099, but it is competitive with other flagship bows on the market for 2017. The new camo options offered by Mathews are amazing, and welcomed additions to the lineup as well. The added weight of the bare bow at 4.73-pounds is heavy, but it does not feel heavy while shooting. The added weight is going to be more noticeable while carrying the bow around, but should actually be beneficial in getting shooters to hold a bit steadier while actually shooting. The Halon 32 series has a bow for every kind of shooter, and the 7-inch model is a great one for those just wanting a forgiving bow and acceptable performance. It is hard to find anything wrong with the Halon 32 7, but the decision to purchase the bow should be made after spending some time shooting it to make sure it feels as great as it looks... read full review
Mathews Halon 32 7 Specifications2 versions
Manufactured: 2017 - 2018 (2 versions, specs not changed)
Latest version: 2018 Mathews Halon 32 7
|Axle to Axle Length
|26.5 " - 32.5 "
|30 lbs - 70 lbs
|331 fps - 335 fps
|75% & 85%
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