Mathews TRX 36 Compound Bow

Mathews TRX 36 Review

1 editor review
Mathews TRX 36
Editor review:

Mathews has now created a target bow for every single style of competitive compound archery with absolutely no compromises made. Those wanting a 3D target bow will love the speed, size, and shootability available from the brand new TRX 36. It is packed with features 3D archers love, and is unapologetically a Mathews target bow. The 36-inch offering may also be the bow of choice for shooters only wanting one bow for a do it all target rig given its speed and specifications. For many shooters the shorter, faster 36 may be more of a do it all bow than the longer, slower 38 or 40-inch models. It may be nice to have more than two let-off options on the Crosscentric Cam System, and the Engage grip tends to be a love it or hate it grip style for dedicated target archery folks. The $1849 suggested retails is also really expensive for any compound bow regardless of the technology incorporated or manufacturer producing it. With all that said, the Mathews TRX 36 is going to be all over the place this summer and will see a lot of top finishes on the 3D archery tournament trail. For those serious about 3D archery, who may also dabble in indoor winter leagues, the TRX 36 is going to be super popular, and rightfully so. Mathews knows how to make a target rig, and the TRX 36 is a straight up tack driver... read full review

Mathews TRX 36 Specifications

2 versions

Manufactured: 2020 - 2021 (2 versions, specs not changed)

Latest version: 2021 Mathews TRX 36

Brace Height 6.5 "
Axle to Axle Length 36 "
Draw Length 24 " - 30.5 "
Draw Weight 40 lbs - 70 lbs
IBO Speed 330 fps - 334 fps
Weight 4.66 lbs
Let-Off 70% & 80%
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