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Mathews Genesis™... the first compound bow that covers all draw lengths (15" to 30") Until now, one of the challenges of introducing beginners to archery was that bows were too user specific. Genesis TechnologyTM changes that!

Everyone can shoot the same bow • Kids can’t outgrow it – because there is no specific draw length • It’s simple to buy – no need to measure or fit for draw length • It’s easy to shoot – beginners won’t develop bad habits because the draw length is always right

“Zero let-off” means no specific draw length Because the Genesis SystemTM eliminates let-off on light draw weight bows (where it’s unnecessary), there are no specific draw length requirements. The result is a bow that fits virtually everyone (15" to 30") and that a young person can’t outgrow.

Colors: Red Cherry, Key Lime, Lemon Yellow, Blue Raspberry, Wild Berry and Realtree X-tra camo

Performs like a bow with higher poundage A GenesisTM bow, set at 20 lbs. (it’s adjustable from 10 to 20 lbs.), stores and releases energy comparable to that of a 35 lb. recurve! Plus, with zero let-off, it has the “holding weight” necessary to “pull the string from your fingers,” making it easy to shoot.

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Maintaining your Mathews™ SoloCam® bow...

Like many of the world’s top competitive shooters, you, too, can now say “I shoot a Mathews.” Congratulations!

Never dry fire your bow

Your new Mathews bow features the latest design innovations and the highest quality components. They team up to create a bow that’s fast, smooth, quiet and accurate. To ensure your bow’s peak performance, take a few moments to look over this owner’s manual.

Never shoot any bow without an arrow on the string. Without the arrow to absorb the energy, dryfiring can damage your bow and can cause personal injury. Damage to your bow due to dryfiring will not be covered under the warranty.

Periodically check strings and cables Always inspect your bow for frayed strings and cables. Replace damaged strings and cables immediately. Mathews strings can be waxed and maintained as any other fast-flight string. Please make sure you are using the proper string for your bow.

Bushings are self-lubricating Your Mathews SoloCam bow requires no lubrication – all bushings are self-lubricating.

Good shooting and good hunting!

Owner’s Manual Setting up your new Mathews bow... As you probably know, once your Mathews bow is properly tuned, it will stay in tune thanks to the single-cam design. However, initial setup of draw length, weight, nock point, etc. is critical to maximize the performance of your new bow.

Do not alter your bow

Draw Length

Any alterations to your Mathews SoloCam bow will void the warranty. Alteration could cause damage to the bow or personal injury.

If your new Mathews SoloCam bow is equipped with a "StraightLine" MaxCam, which is draw length specific, there is no adjustment on the cam. Other Mathews cams are adjustable for draw length and come set at the longest draw length setting unless your retailer has indicated otherwise. Mathews offers several cam sizes to help ensure optimum draw length and performance for your measurements and shooting style. The draw length on your bow is adjustable on the cam a maximum of one inch down from the peak draw length. This is accomplished by moving the string loop to any of three adjustment posts on either side of the cam. The number 1 post would be the longest draw length for that particular cam. For example: to shorten the draw by 1/2 inch, the string would be moved to the number 2 post on both sides of the cam. The Mini MaxCam can be adjusted down from its peak draw length, approximately 1/2". This is accomplished by moving the string loop to the secondary post on the cam.

Use only a double-pull bow press Never use a single-pull bow press. We recommend a double-pull press to avoid damage to your riser or bow. Damage caused by a single-pull press will not be covered under warranty.

Repairs and Shipment Visit your Mathews retailer for servicing and repairs. All bows and warranty parts returned to the factory will require a Return Authorization (RA) number that your retailer can secure. Your retailer will handle all warranty issues for you. The RA number must be clearly printed on the outside of the box near the address label. If a package does not have an RA number, our shipping department will refuse it.

Warranty information Every Mathews SoloCam bow has a LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY. Warranty repairs are our top priority. Each bow has a unique serial number, and warranty cards are not required to obtain warranty service. Should you ever need repairs, the Mathews retailer from whom you purchased your bow is very knowledgeable about the bows and may be able to complete the work right in their shop. If the bow does need to be sent to us, we assure you that we do strive to do the warranty repairs and service work and re-ship your bow within three working days from the time it arrives in our shop.

LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY THIS BOW IS WARRANTED AGAINST DEFECTS IN MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP TO THE ORIGINAL OWNER FOR THE LIFE OF THE ORIGINAL OWNER. THIS INCLUDES ALL BOW PARTS EXCEPT THE STRING, BUSS CABLE, CABLE SLIDE, RUBBER STRING SUPPRESSOR "FINGER" AND COSMETIC APPEARANCE (CHIPS, DINGS, SCRATCHES) CAUSED BY NORMAL USE AND WEAR. BOWS SENT BACK TO MATHEWS WITHOUT A PRE-ISSUED RETURN AUTHORIZATION NUMBER WILL BE REFUSED. ANY AND ALL WARRANTIES, WRITTEN OR IMPLIED, ARE VOID WITH ANY ALTERATIONS TO THE BOW.

Honesty is the best policy... Mathews bows are covered by one or more of the following patents, with other patents pending: #5,368,006, #5,676,123, #5,752,496, #5,791,322, #5,809,982, #5,890,480, #5,996,567

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Draw Weight Mathews SoloCam bows have a ten pound weight reduction range from your bow’s peak weight (example: if your bow has a peak weight of 70 pounds, you can adjust it as low as 60 pounds). Draw weight adjustments are made using either a 3/16" or 7/32" Allen wrench. Turn the limb bolt clockwise to increase the draw weight and counterclockwise to decrease the weight. Each rotation is equivalent to three or four pounds of draw weight. It is very important to adjust the limb bolts equally but do not exceed 5 full turns out from maximum draw weight. Your Mathews SoloCam bow will generally perform best at its designated peak weight.

Nock Point Installation There are many variables involved in determining where to install your nock point. These include: type of arrow rest, arrow spine, whether you use fingers or a release aid, and your hand placement on the bow. As a general rule, the nock point should be set perpendicular (90°) to your arrow rest or somewhere within 1/2" above the 90° point. This guideline is a starting point – you may need to move your nocking point as you fine-tune your Mathews SoloCam bow. 3


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The following is a breakdown of Mathews’ available cams and how each is adjusted for draw length:

About the MaxCam™ on your bow Mathews invented the perimeter-weighted cam, technology that creates a flywheel effect which lengthens and strengthens the cam’s power stroke, dramatically increasing arrow speed while also reducing recoil. We call our perimeter-weighted cams "MaxCams". There are multiple different MaxCams: Note: MaxCams are not compatible with any Mathews non-MaxCam model. The use of a MaxCam™ on such models will void the warranty of that bow.

High Performance (HP) Cam The LEAST COMPLEX, MOST ADVANCED cam ever engineered, the revolutionary HP Cam is superior to any cam (single cams, 11/2 cams, two cams) we've ever tested! This smooth shooting, straight line, high let-off cam is smokin' fast! And, it is available on the Mathews LX in either 80% or 65% let-off.

CAM SLHP-AR SLHP-B.5R SLHP-BR SLHP-C.5R SLHP-CR SLHP-D.5R SLHP-DR SLHP-E.5R SLHP-ER SLHP-F.5R SLHP-FR SLHP-AL SLHP-B.5L SLHP-BL SLHP-C.5L SLHP-CL SLHP-D.5L SLHP-DL SLHP-E.5L SLHP-EL SLHP-F.5L SLHP-FL

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LX Let-off RH or DRAW LENGTH LH 30" 29.5" 29" 28.5" 28" 27.5" 27" 26.5" 26" 25.5" 25" 30" 29.5" 29" 28.5" 28" 27.5" 27" 26.5" 26" 25.5" 25"

80% 80% 80% 80% 80% 80% 80% 80% 80% 80% 80% 80% 80% 80% 80% 80% 80% 80% 80% 80% 80% 80%

RH RH RH RH RH RH RH RH RH RH RH LH LH LH LH LH LH LH LH LH LH LH

CAM SLHP-AAR SLHP-AR SLHP-B.5R SLHP-BR SLHP-C.5R SLHP-CR SLHP-D.5R SLHP-DR SLHP-E.5R SLHP-ER SLHP-F.5R SLHP-AAL SLHP-AL SLHP-B.5L SLHP-BL SLHP-C.5L SLHP-CL SLHP-D.5L SLHP-DL SLHP-E.5L SLHP-EL SLHP-F.5L

LX Let-off RH or DRAW LENGTH LH 30" 29.5" 29" 28.5" 28" 27.5" 27" 26.5" 26" 25.5" 25" 30" 29.5" 29" 28.5" 28" 27.5" 27" 26.5" 26" 25.5" 25"

65% 65% 65% 65% 65% 65% 65% 65% 65% 65% 65% 65% 65% 65% 65% 65% 65% 65% 65% 65% 65% 65%

RH RH RH RH RH RH RH RH RH RH RH LH LH LH LH LH LH LH LH LH LH LH

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Black Max 2 Cam Chart This is the cam that powers the Mathews Black Max 2, the fastest bow on the planet! It delivers maximum speed with minimum kick and is available in either 80% or 60% let-off. Or, for maximum speed, in a Turbo Cam version which has 50% let-off.

CAM (80% let-off) BMX2HL-30R BMX2HL-29.5R BMX2HL-29R BMX2HL-28.5R BMX2HL-28R BMX2HL-27.5R BMX2HL-27R BMX2HL-26.5R BMX2HL-26R BMX2HL-25.5R BMX2HL-25R BMX2HL-30L BMX2HL-29.5L BMX2HL-29L BMX2HL-28.5L BMX2HL-28L BMX2HL-27.5L BMX2HL-27L BMX2HL-26.5L BMX2HL-26L BMX2HL-25.5L BMX2HL-25L

CAM (60% let-off) BMX2-30R BMX2-29.5R BMX2-29R BMX2-28.5R BMX2-28R BMX2-27.5R BMX2-27R BMX2-26.5R BMX2-26R BMX2-25.5R BMX2-25R BMX2-30L BMX2-29.5L BMX2-29L BMX2-28.5L BMX2-28L BMX2-27.5L BMX2-27L BMX2-26.5L BMX2-26L BMX2-25.5L BMX2-25L

TURBO CAM (50% let-off) TURBO-3OR TURBO-29.5R TURBO-29R TURBO-28.5R TURBO-28R TURBO-27.5R TURBO-27R TURBO-26.5R TURBO-26R TURBO-25.5R TURBO-25R TURBO-30L TURBO-29.5L TURBO-29L TURBO-28.5L TURBO-28L TURBO-27.5L TURBO-27L TURBO-26.5L TURBO-26L TURBO-25.5L TURBO-25L

BLACK MAX 2 Draw Length 30" 29.5" 29" 28.5" 28" 27.5" 27" 26.5" 26" 25.5" 25" 30" 29.5" 29" 28.5" 28" 27.5" 27" 26.5" 26" 25.5" 25"

RH or LH RH RH RH RH RH RH RH RH RH RH RH LH LH LH LH LH LH LH LH LH LH LH

StraightLine MaxCam3™ The StraightLine MaxCam3 was designed specifically for the Mathews Legacy. In conjunction with String Suppressors, Harmonic Damping and Parallel Limb design, this perimeter-weighted MaxCam helps to virtually eliminate overall recoil vibration.

Cam

Mathews Legacy SL3AR 30" SL3B.5R 29.5" SL3BR 29" SL3C.5R 28.5" SL3CR 28" SL3D.5R 27.5" SL3DR 27" SL3ER 26" SL3FR 25" SL3GR 24" 12

Let-off 70% 70% 70% 70% 70% 70% 70% 70% 70% 70%

Right Hand Right Right Right Right Right Right Right Right Right Right

Cam

Mathews Legacy SL3AL 30" SL3B.5L 29.5" SL3BL 29" SL3C.5L 28.5" SL3CL 28" SL3D.5L 27.5" SL3DL 27" SL3EL 26" SL3FL 25" SL3GL 24"

Let-off 70% 70% 70% 70% 70% 70% 70% 70% 70% 70%

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Concentric SoloCam™ In an effort to squeeze every last ounce of consistency out of the Mathews Icon, we developed the Concentric Solocam, a round, perimeter-weighted cam that mirrors the round wheel on the opposite limb. This symmetry in shape and measurement results in never-before achieved systematic consistency and ultimately, accuracy.

Tuning your Mathews™ SoloCam® bow... Tiller Setting the tiller on your Mathews SoloCam bow is easy. In fact, there’s no measuring necessary. Starting from a point where both limbs are tightened completely, simply back them off an equal number of turns.

Icon

Let-off

Right or Left Hand

CSL-AR

30"

70%

Right

CL-B.5R

29.5"

70%

Right

Estimating Center Shot

CSL-BR

29"

70%

Right

28.5"

70%

Right

28"

70%

Right

Using the correct arrow size, position your arrow on the string at the nock point. While holding the bow in front of you, visually align the bow string with the center line of the grip. The string should run true down the center of your arrow shaft. This is a good reference point to begin paper tuning. Note: A good starting point is 13/16" over from the riser to center of arrow shaft.

Cam

CSL-C.5R CSL-CR CSL-D.5R

27.5"

70%

Right

CSL-DR

27"

70%

Right

CSL-ER

26"

70%

Right

CSL-FR

25"

70%

Right

CSL-GR

24"

70%

Right

CSL-AL

30"

70%

Left

29.5"

70%

Left

29"

70%

Left

28.5"

70%

Left

28"

70%

Left

CSL-B.5L CSL-BL CSL-C.5L CSL-CL CSL-D.5L

27.5"

70%

Left

CSL-DL

27"

70%

Left

CSL-EL

26"

70%

Left

CSL-FL

25"

70%

Left

CSL-GL

24"

70%

Left

Fin or Feather™ Cam The Fin or Feather Cam is a low let-off cam that allows you to release an arrow anywhere along the draw cycle (full draw, 3/4 draw, 1/2 draw, etc.). This perimeterweighted cam is designed specifically for the Mathews Sportsman, a bow for the bowfisherman or upland bowhunter. With minimal let-off there is not the "bump" associated with height let-off bows as you approach full draw and no real wall. Note: Because the Fin or Feather Cam fits everyone, there are only two cams-left or right handed- and, therefore, there is no chart.

The Importance of Paper Tuning and Tear Patterns With an improperly tuned bow, broadheads may shoot as much as 18" off center at 20 yards (when compared to field tips). By tuning a bow to shoot a good hole in paper, you will ensure the best possible broadhead flight. Before beginning, it’s important to know that perfect “bullet holes” are not always possible with all shooters. Light tears are quite acceptable and will not deter accuracy. Fine tuning requires patience and consistent shooting form. Perfect results are only achieved with perfect form. Also, remember to always do your final sightings with broadheads before hunting. To begin paper tuning, stand approximately eight feet from the paper (with a suitable backstop several feet behind the paper to allow complete arrow passage). Check your tear pattern against the following boxes for further instruction. If it’s a combination, such as up and to the left, both instructions will apply. After the shot, push the paper back flat and you will see a star shaped entry hole where the tip went through. Tip went thru here

SOLUTION: Nock End Ripped High 1. Lower the nocking point 2. Use a lighter arrow tip 3. Use a more stiffer spined arrow Note: (same for left hand) Nock end high

Nock end went low thru here

Tip went thru here

SOLUTION: Nock End Ripped Low

Nock End Ripped Right Arrow Spine Too Stiff

Nock End Ripped Left Arrow Spine Too Limber

Alternatives: 1. Increase draw weight 2. Move arrow rest to the left 3. Use heavier points 4. Use a lighter spined arrow Nock end high

Alternatives: 1. Decrease draw weight 2. Move arrow rest to the right 3. Use lighter points 4. Use a stiffer spined arrow Tip went thru here

Tip went thru here

Nock end ripped left

5. Use longer arrows if possible

1. Raise the nocking point 2. Use a heavier arrow tip 3. Use a more limber spined arrow Note: (same for left hand)

NOTE: If lowering nocking point does not eliminate problem try a different kind of arrow rest.

(Opposite for left hand) Note: Feathers or vanes may be hitting arrow rest. Try a different arrow rest. (left hand only!)

5. Use shorter arrows if possible 6. Vanes or feathers may be striking arrow rest. Try a different arrow rest. Note: (Opposite for left hand)

This is an example of a properly tuned bow. Note that the point where the arrow tip went through is centered in the middle of three very comparable vane tears. 6

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Arrow selection...

StraightLine MaxCam2 ™

Determining Proper Arrow Length The first step in selecting your arrows is to determine your arrow length. This is determined by several factors, including arm length and full-draw anchor position. If you are using an overdraw, you can mark the arrow just in front of the rest. The distance from your mark to the string groove in the arrow nock will be your correct arrow length. Your Mathews retailer can be an invaluable help in this process.

Using the Easton Shaft Selection Chart

(see pages 12 & 13)

After you’ve determined your arrow length, find its corresponding measure in the length column. Move down this column until you reach the correct draw weight of your bow. The correct spine for your arrow is found where your draw length and weight intersect. Use the “hard cam” category on the chart for a Mathews SoloCam bow.

String and cable lengths for each Mathews bow The Zebra ZS Twist bowstring is standard on all Mathews bows. It combines bundles of low-stretch, multifilament strands counter-twisted to form a perfectly balanced bowstring that does not rotate as the bow is drawn. Your peep comes to perfect position every time – without the need for rubber tubing and other alignment devices. Plus, peep installation is easier than ever. Following is a list of the string and cable lengths required for each Mathews model:

Model LX Mathews Legacy Icon SQ2 SQ2 (291/2" OR 30" draw) Q2 Q2 (291/2", 30" draw) Q2XL Q2XL (301/2" or 31" draw) Conquest 3 Conquest 3 (Mini Max) Ultra 2 Ultra 2 (Mini Max) Black Max 2 FX FX (Mini Max) Sportsman

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String Length

Cable Length

985/8" 913/4" 9713/16" 841/2" 855/8" 901/4" 915/16" 973/4" 991/8" 1031/4" 9715/16" 931/8" 88" 927/8" 901/16" 833/4" 901/16"

375/8" 361/4" 395/8" 3311/16" 333/4" 361/2" 365/8" 40 3/16" 401/2" 435/8"" 423/4"" 387/8" 377/8" 37" 371/4" 357/8" 37"

We designed this cam exclusively for the SQ2, Q2 and Q2XL. It works in conjunction with Mathews’ revolutionary Harmonic Damping System™ to reduce recoil vibration. Like the StraightLine MaxCam™, this perimeter-weighted cam gives you straight nock point travel, smooth shooting and great speed. Available in several draw length options.

Draw Lengths with 70% Let-off SQ2/Q2 Q2XL 30" 31" 29.5" 30.5" 29" 30" 28.5" 29.5" 28" 29" 27.5" 28.5" 27" 28" 26.5" 27.5" 26" 27" 25" 26" 24" 25" 23" 24"

Right Hand

Left Hand

SL2AR SL2B.5R SL2BR SL2C.5R SL2CR SL2D.5R SL2DR SL2E.5R SL2ER SL2FR SL2GR SL2HR

SL2AL SL2B.5L SL2BL SL2C.5L SL2CL SL2D.5L SL2DL SL2E.5L SL2EL SL2FL SL2GL SL2HL

The Original MaxCam™ The revolutionary perimeter-weighted cam that started it all, the Original MaxCam is available on the Conquest 3, FX, and Ultra 2. It generates incredible arrow speed while also remarkably reducing recoil, thanks to perimeter-weighting. The Original MaxCam™ is available with 65% and 80% let-off.

Cam

Conquest 3

FX

Ultra 2

Let-off (%)

RH or LH

Z-AAR-HL Z-BBR-HL Z-CCR-HL Z-DDR-HL Z-EER-HL Z-AAL-HL Z-BBL-HL Z-CCL-HL Z-DDL-HL Z-EEL-HL Z-AAR Z-BBR Z-CCR Z-DDR Z-EER Z-AAL Z-BBL Z-CCL Z-DDL Z-EEL

32" 31" 30" 29" 28" 32" 31" 30" 29" 28" 32" 31" 30" 29" 28" 32" 31" 30" 29" 28"

31" 30" 29" 28" 27" 31" 30" 29" 28" 27" 31" 30" 29" 28" 27" 31" 30" 29" 28" 27"

30" 29" 28" 27" 26" 30" 29" 28" 27" 26" 30" 29" 28" 27" 26" 30" 29" 28" 27" 26"

80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65

RH RH RH RH RH LH LH LH LH LH RH RH RH RH RH LH LH LH LH LH 7


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Mini MaxCam™ Now shorter-draw-length shooters can get all the advantages of perimeter weighting. Available on Mathews FX, Ultra 2 and Conquest 3 models, this cam accommodates draw lengths as short as 22" with peak draw weights down to 35 pounds. The Mini MaxCam™ is available only with 65% let-off and has approximately a 1/2" adjustment range. Putting a Mini MaxCam on a bow reduces the draw weight approximatly five pounds. Note: The Mini MaxCam requires a different idler wheel and string/cable lengths.

Cam

Ultra 2

FX

Conquest 3

Let-off (%)

RH or LH

27" 26" 25" 24" 23" 22" 27" 26" 25" 24" 23" 22"

28" 27" 26" 25" 24" 23" 28" 27" 26" 25" 24" 23"

29" 28" 27" 26" 25" 24" 29" 28" 27" 26" 25" 24"

65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65

RH RH RH RH RH RH LH LH LH LH LH LH

MINIMAX-DDR MINIMAX-EER MINIMAX-FFR MINIMAX-GGR MINIMAX-HHR MINIMAX-IIR MINIMAX-DDL MINIMAX-EEL MINIMAX-FFL MINIMAX-GGL MINIMAX-HHL MINIMAX-IIL Super-Soft Cam™

2003 Bow Specifications Chart Model

IBO Rating (FPS)

AMO Rating (FPS)

(Approx.)

(Approx.)

Cam(s)

Draw Length

Draw Weight

Axleto-Axle Length

Brace Height

Riser Physical Length Weight

(Approx.)

(Approx.)

Letoff (%)

80

(Approx.)

High Performance Cam

25 - 30 Half-Sizes 25.5 - 29.5

40 - 70

35"

6 5/8"

24.5"

4.25 lbs.

235

Legacy StraightLine MaxCam 3

24 - 30 Half-Sizes 27.5 - 29.5

40 - 70

34"

71/2"

25"

4.35 lbs.

70**

300

230

Concentric SoloCam

24 - 30 Half-Sizes 27.5 - 29.5

40 - 70

37"

75/8"

25"

4.45 lbs.

70**

SQ2*

305

230

StraightLine MaxCam2™

23 - 30 Half-Sizes 26.5 - 29.5

40 - 70

31"

81/2"

19 13/16"

3.7 lbs.

70**

Q2*

308

235

StraightLine MaxCam2™

23 - 30 Half-Sizes 26.5 - 29.5

40 - 70

34"

71/2"

23"

4 lbs.

70**

Q2XL*

308

235

StraightLine MaxCam2™

24 - 31 Half-Sizes 27.5 - 30.5

40 - 70

38"

71/2"

27"

4.3 lbs.

70**

Conquest 3*

310

236

MaxCam Mini MaxCam Super Soft

28 - 32 24 - 29 28 - 32

40 - 70

41"

7"

271/8"

4.4 lbs.

80 65** 60**

Ultra 2*

320+

245

MaxCam Mini MaxCam

26 - 30 22 - 27

40 - 70

36"

61/8"

17 5/8"

3.7 lbs.

80 65**

Black Max 2*

330+ 330+ 340+

252

Black MaxCam Black MaxCam Turbo MaxCam

25 - 30 Half-Sizes 25.5 - 29.5

40 - 70

36"

51/2"

1713/16"

3.5 lbs.

80 65** 50**

FX

308

235

MaxCam Mini MaxCam

27 - 31 23 - 28

40 - 70

34"

71/2"

163/8"

3.3 lbs.

80 65**

Fin or Feather™ Cam

20 - 32

40 - 70

34"

71/2"

163/8"

3.3 lbs.

LX*

315

238

317

240

Mathews Legacy*

308

Icon*

65**

The Super-Soft Cam , designed especially for finger shooters, provides an extremely smooth draw and a release that rolls from the fingertips. This special MaxCam™ is available on the Conquest 3, Ultra 2 and FX and only with 60% let-off.

Cam

Conquest 3

Ultra 2

FX

Let-off (%)

RH or LH

SS-AR SS-BR SS-CR SS-DR SS-ER SS-AL SS-BL SS-CL SS-DL SS-EL

32" 31" 30" 29" 28" 32" 31" 30" 29" 28"

30" 29" 28" 27" 26" 30" 29" 28" 27" 26"

31" 30" 29" 28" 27" 31" 30" 29" 28" 27"

60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60

RH RH RH RH RH LH LH LH LH LH

Sportsman

Adequate Adequate

All Mathews bows come with a weight adjustment range of 10 lbs. (down). All have standard burger button, sight, and stabilizer holes. The cable slider on each model is a special nonsqueak Teflon® composite. The limbs are SlimlineTM laminated and come with an original owner lifetime warranty. The machined aluminum limb cups totally contain the limb butts and pivot with the limbs, so no matter what the draw weight, the limbs are always firmly contained within the cup. High inertia limb cups are also available at an additional charge.

*Features Harmonic Damping System™ **These cams are all officially Pope & Young Club legal

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