Bow arrows online shopping with huntinggiant.com? 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 Black echoes the micro-adjusting trend with a brand new Roto Cam 5-Track Parallel Cam system. This means the bow can be adjusted across the entire draw length spectrum. The Easy Tune Shim System allows for 0.03-inch cam adjustment right and left between limbs. The Black 3 comes in at 33 inches and has a max speed of 337 fps. The longer axle-to-axle lengths provide more forgiveness and a more stable foundation to begin your shot. And with draw lengths from 25.5 to 31 inches and a weight range from 40 to 80 pounds, this bow is varied enough for most adult archers.
Speed. That’s exactly what the MX-15 delivers, to the tune of 362 fps. The MX-15 features Hybrid Duel Stop cams that absolutely scream arrows down-range and the draw cycle is surprisingly smooth despite that raw power. At 4.2 pounds and 33 inches in length, the bow has excellent balance and offers five inches of draw length adjustment, in 1/2-inch increments without the use of a bow press. For smaller shooters, the bow is offered in a 40-pound model in addition to the standard, 50-, 60- and 70-pound setups. It sells for about $1,100.
How we started in the business? Hunting Giant was formed by a group of people who has a deep love for hunting and the outdoors. What started out as a weekly hobby slowly transformed into a mission: to be able to share the sense of fulfillment we feel in hunting. We don’t believe that the right hunting gear can turn a lousy hunter into a great one. However, the right hunting gear may be able to improve their odds for success. This is why we spent so many years looking for premium hunting gear and accessories. Now that we have it, it has been our goal to make it easily accessible to our valued customers. Read more information on Hunting Giant.
Here’s a prediction for 2020: The Wicked Ridge M-370 is going to be an incredibly popular option for crossbow hunters. The M-370 checks a lot of boxes. It’s arguably the lightest crossbow ever made, weighing in at just 5.8 pounds. It’s easy to handle, measuring 9.5 inches wide when cocked. It’s plenty fast, driving arrows at 370 fps. And it has TenPoint’s time-proven ACUdraw system. Best of all, it’s offered at an attractive price of about $700. It’s available as a kit with a TenPoint Multi-Line scope, Alpha-Nock arrows, and a quiver.