TenPoint crossbows online store and bow guides? The MX is the other exception to the slower-speed trend. It comes in two versions, the 5-inch-brace-height ultrafast (360 IBO) MX-15 and the 6-inch very fast (352 IBO) MX-16. Both feature the Hybrid Duel Stop (HDS) cam, which allows shooters to select limb stop, cable stop, or combination of both to adapt to their own shooting style. Draw length is adjustable in ½-inch increments without a bow press. I knew this would be the fastest bow on the ATA ranges this year, and being (a) old and (b) not usually a fan of speed bows, I was a tad nervous. My angst only grew when the tech informed me they only had a 70-pound model for me to shoot. But I was pleasantly surprised. Not only did I shoot the MX-15, repeatedly, but I shot it pretty darn well. The draw cycle puts most of the load up front, so the job gets easier as you go. The MX-16 is a bit easier to draw and still one of the fastest bows of the year.
The only difference between Hoyt’s two flagship bows is easy to spot: It’s the carbon, silly. The carbon for the RX-4 does cost you, though — and it’s at a $500 difference. But here’s the thing: The RX-4 is crazy-light and feels incredibly stable. At 3.9 pounds, it’s almost wacky to have it in hand. But, the exactly-the-same-besides-carbon Axius weighs in at 4.3 pounds. How much is that weight difference worth to you? Because the Axius is still pretty dang light. The RX-4 shoots up to 342 fps, which is a smidge slower than last year’s RX-3 series. Across both bows, you’ll find draw lengths from 25 to 30 inches and weights from 30 to 80 pounds. Axle-to-axle heights are available only at the 29.5-inch option in this bow.
The annual Archery Trade Association show is the not-quite-official launch for the year’s bow models. Truth be told, there is no real standard launch cycle among bow manufacturers, and we’ve been seeing new model releases trickling out since late summer. But the ATA show is the best opportunity to see all those models under one roof and to spend a few moments shooting them. Here’s what the 2020 crop looks like.
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For the past five years or so, crossbow popularity has soared as their inclusion in standard bowhunting seasons have spread across the country. The 2020 Archery Trade Association show seemed to adhere to that trend, with plenty of new crossbow introductions, many of which are showing varied and handier limb configurations (with a corresponding jump in price). Here’s a rundown of this year’s new crossbow offerings.