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Version 2010 Martin Cheetah Mag 2010 Martin Bengal Mag 2013 Martin Pantera
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Specifications
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2010 Martin Cheetah Mag 2010 Martin Bengal Mag 2013 Martin Pantera
Brace Height 7.25 " 7 " 7 "
AtA Length 30 " 32.25 " 34 "
Draw Length 25 " - 30 " 25 " - 30 " 25.5 " - 32 "
Draw Weight 40 lbs - 70 lbs 40 lbs - 70 lbs 35 lbs - 70 lbs
IBO Speed 315 fps - 320 fps 315 fps - 320 fps 320 fps
Weight 3.4 lbs 3.5 lbs 4.1 lbs
Let-Off 65% - 80% 65% - 80% 80%
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Martin Cheetah Martin Bengal Martin Pantera
Summary
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Ideal for tree-stand or blind hunting, the Martin Cheetah is a compact, smooth, and quiet bow at a very affordable price. With a forgiving brace height and efficient eccentric system, this bow is a great performer with a very smooth draw. Read full review...

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All in all the Pantera Magnum is a pretty impressive package. Its user friendly specs and easy to make adjustments will appeal to shooters and dealers alike. Though primarily designed as a longer axle to axle hunting bow, it should perform equally well on a 3D course or on an NFAA face. Keen new features and trusted technology blend together well, and even with a few areas having room for improvement, the overall value of this bow is very good. Priced respectfully in the 500$ price range, its a tough competitor with similar spec'd bows with even higher price points. Read full review...

Martin Cheetah Martin Bengal Martin Pantera
Pros
  • quiet single cam bow with a smooth draw cycle
  • very compact and maneuverable bow
  • great value for money
  • Very smooth draw cycle
  • Modular-adjustable eccentric system
  • Quiet bow with little hand shock and vibration
  • Great value for money
  • Very Good Value
  • Ease of Adjustment
  • User Friendly
  • Excellent "do everything" bow
Martin Cheetah Martin Bengal Martin Pantera
Cons
  • standard strings set could be of better quality
  • Not a lightweight bow
  • Factory strings could be of better quality
  • Some machine marks
  • Shy of advertised speeds
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out of 6 reviews
  • Quiet, Solid, Accurate. by Nathan B. from
  • Great bow! by Brandon T from Illinois
  • 2009 Cheetah with (CCS) and (STS), bow was inexpensive, fast, light, very smooth quiet and compact by Ben W from Gresham, Oregon
  • i bought this bow last year. i mainly use it for competition shooting and it works very well. by kenneth avery yeoman from
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out of 2 reviews
  • excellent shooting bow all around by Richard Parrish from balto county
  • Great Bow, Great Price! by Chris H from Hampton, VA
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