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Discussion in 'General Archery Forum' started by jcmorgan31, Dec 19, 2007.
That there actually is a stocking Martin dealer in the United States.....eace: eace:
Which model of Martin is that with the target stab on it?:noidea:
Looks good...are they firecats?? and where are the lefty bows?:noidea:
That is the Scepter IV. It is a 43" axle to axle target bow. That is my personal one and is what I shoot indoor with. The riser is the Chameleon target color which changes colors depending on the light and angle. Unfortunately that color is not available this year.....:Cry:
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What is a lefty? :laugh:
Hmmmm I am kinda likin the looks of that bow.. How bout some close ups...:noidea:
I'll try to tonight.
Here are a couple I had sent to me from the previous owner.
When will lefty Mystics be available? Can you take a closeup of the grip area on the one you have? :wave:
I've heard mid-January. It is identical to the Scepter IV grip. I'll try to get a pic or 2 tonight.
Here is one from AT.
OK, thanks. I was hoping it was the same. Don't worry about the pics, I've drooled over the Sceptor for a while now. :lol:
mines the the 3rd from the right!
Is Martin a new bow company, I haven't seen one in a store since Ted Nugent closed his store in Jackson. They look like some sweet bows, it is a shame there isn't to many places to shoot them around here.
What's the brace height on the sceptor?
Yep... Only been building bows for 56 years.....
8" brace height...
OK now you got my attention..... What weight ranges and draw ranges is it available in? Most of all what kind of price range?
They come in 50, 60, and 70 lb weights and all Martins go down 15 lbs.
Draw ranges from 27" - 32"; let-off is 65%
You can get them with a cable guard or the shoot through system.
No bow press is required to work on them.
You can also order this bow through the custom shop with Mag limbs and the MPro single cam.
I'll PM you my prices...:usa: