Bow / CompetitionTRX® 38 G2

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Built off of the proven design of the longer TRX models, the 38 inch axle-to-axle TRX 38 G2 fills the void perfectly for shooters looking for a shorter, lighter, more comfortable bow for their draw length. The wider riser adds rigidity throughout the sight and rest-mounting locations while the dovetail mount accommodates QAD’s IMX and the new TRi rests. This new riser design also features 3D Damping to reduce post-shot vibration. The new 75% percent mod gives shooters more speed and a better feel while the 80 percent and 70V mods remain an option. A true-center nocking point ensures straight and level nock travel, further enhancing shot-to-shot consistency and a 7 inch brace height provides unmatched forgiveness.

Axle-to-Axle 38"
Brace Height 7"
IBO Rating 329 FPS

Finishes

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LET OFF 70V, 75 & 80%
BOW WEIGHT 4.87 LBS
IBO RATING 329 FPS
DRAW WEIGHT 50, 60, 70 LBS
AXLE TO AXLE 38"
BRACE HEIGHT 7"
DRAW LENGTHS 25"-31.5"
MSRP $1,849

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Reviews

  1. 3 out of 3 people found this helpful
    Wolfgang Kofen

    5 out of 5 TRX 38 G2 an unexpected new experience

    Wolfgang Kofen

    I have been shooting a wide variety of compound bows for many years. My field of use is the field bow and 3D. An experienced friend pushed his TRX 38 G2 into my hand with a mischievous smile and simply said, give it a try. Since we have the same draw length and similar pounds, it was no problem. The draw was silk smooth, almost no valley and at 75% let-off the bow was on target without a flinch. The launch noise was very impressive, as quiet as a hunting bow, no vibration, no nothing. After this little test I very hesitantly gave the bow back to my friend, drove to my dealer and ordered with express delivery the Mathews TRX 38 G2.

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