Thread: Mathews Prestige
04-23-2010, 09:00 AM #1
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- Feb 2010
How is it as a 3d bow?, I read lots of posts that say its a great short draw bow, I'm 29" and have an opportunity to pick one up in a real good deal.
Is it still a competitive 3d bow? I notice that although the Apex 7 isn't in production anymore the Prestige still is.....
I'm lovin my Elite XLR and I also have a Judge setup for IBO, but this Prestige is in great shape and I'm quite tempted to try it, what do you think?????Elite GT500
Mathews Apex & Apex 7
04-23-2010, 09:11 AM #2
But the Triumph has the same speed and a longer string angle.. so it won out.Mike "Javi" Cooper
04-23-2010, 01:06 PM #3
I used my Prestige for 3-D for 2 years, won Texas ASA shooter of the year with it last year...
But I will tell ya, I had some problems with its tunning... it seemed like every other time I picked the bow up, something was wrong with it.... and that could have just been my bow...
I loved the way it shot and everything but I sold it because I got tired of messing with the tunning every time I turned around...Staff Shooter: On Target Archery--Vortex Optics--Sure-Loc--T.R.U. Ball--Gold Tip-- Bernie's Control Freak Stabilizers
04-23-2010, 10:21 PM #4
At 28" or longer DL I would recommend going w/ another bow. I had the Prestige, and while it is a great short draw bow, if your longer than 27.5" I think there are better choices out there. For me the Apex 7 is a better fit. My DL is 28.5" fwiw.Be good or be good at it.
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