Mathews innovation and improvements never cease to amaze me, and once again I’m simply “wowed” by the newest technological advances found in the Mathews Drenalin.
What I got was instant gratification after shooting the Drenalin; lighter weight that I loved at just 3.85 lbs, smooth and quiet as always with a Mathews, solid wall at full draw, fast and accurate out of the box as promised. Did I say accurate? With just minor tweaks and adjustments to my peep and sight after shooting a half-dozen arrows, I was shooting bullseye groups in no time. Now that’s fun; a sharp looking, state-of-the-art, lighter bow, deadly accurate and quiet, and minimal time spent on setup. Cool. I love shooting it and can’t wait to take it hunting!
But look closer at their clever new “SphereLock” pivoting limb cup design, 33” A-to-A, and more forgiving brace height of 7”; all which contribute to better consistency and accuracy in the field. Harmonic dampers positioned on the riser, roller guard and cam, and string suppresors that cradle the Zebra Barracuda bowstring keep the Drenalin whisper quiet and vibration free. And it’s looking cool, dipped in Realtree All Purpose Repeat camo.
You’ll find the Mathews Drenalin available in 40 to 70 lb. draw weights and from 25 to 30” draw lengths, with 65 or 80 let-off. These options make it a perfect bow for shooters of many sizes, strengths and experience levels. Do yourself a favor and go shoot one yourself to see the silent accuracy it offers. With the Drenalin’s wide range of draw weights and lengths, and effortless setup, this powerhouse will be particularly attractive for new shooters as well as seasoned shooters.
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But you really need to shoot the new Mathews Drenalin.
© June 2007