Mathews TX-5 Compound Bow

Mathews TX-5 Review

1 editor review
Mathews TX-5
Editor review:

The TX-5 is a Mathews bow specifically designed for shorter draw archers in mind. Although some will look at the TX-5 and say it is nothing more than a Triax with a 5-inch brace height, those interested in the extra speed are not going to care too much about what the TX-5 resembles. The Triax was a popular bow last model year, the those wanting a quicker arrow from the same package will be thrilled to have it available. The color options for the Mathews lineup are awesome for 2019, and so well done the finished product looks like a work of art. Some shooters may shy away from the 5-inch brace height based on some information floating around the shorter brace is less forgiving. However, those looking at the TX-5 are already aware of potential trade offs for increased speed, and it will more than likely not be a major area of concern for those the bow is designed for. The new grips are great additions to the Mathews family, and having more than one option to choose from is always a good thing. For those interested in a compact hunting bow, with some bonus speed from a shorter brace height, the $1099 price tag may be worth a new bow... read full review

Mathews TX-5 Specifications

1 version

Manufactured: 2019 (1 version)

Latest version: 2019 Mathews TX-5

Brace Height 5 "
Axle to Axle Length 28 "
Draw Length 23.5 " - 29.5 "
Draw Weight 40 lbs - 70 lbs
IBO Speed 345 fps
Weight 4.58 lbs
Let-Off 75% or 85%