Bow / CompetitionTRX® 38

(3 reviews)

Built off of the proven design of the longer TRX models, the 38 inch axle-to-axle TRX38 fills the void perfectly for shooters looking for a shorter, lighter, more comfortable bow for their draw length. Draw lengths range 23 inches to 30 inches and draw weight goes from 50 pounds up to 70 pounds on the new TRX 38. The new 70V percent mod gives shooters a deeper valley while the 80 and standard 70 percent mods remain an option. A true-center nocking point ensures straight and level nock travel, further enhancing shot-to-shot consistency and a 7.5-inch brace height provides unmatched forgiveness.

Axle-to-Axle 38"
Brace Height 7.5"
IBO Rating 328 FPS

Finishes

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LET OFF 70V, 70 & 80%
BOW WEIGHT 4.86 LBS
IBO RATING 328 FPS
DRAW WEIGHT 50, 60, 70 LBS
AXLE TO AXLE 38"
BRACE HEIGHT 7.5"
DRAW LENGTHS 23"-30"
MSRP $1,799

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Reviews

  1. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful
    Chris

    5 out of 5 TRX 38

    Chris

    Best Target Bow I have ever shot.

    Quiet and Solid in the hand. I have had Elite and Hoyt, this by far is the best target bow on the market today. It is well worth the price. Very adjustable and tunes easy.

    CONS: My wife wont let me sleep with it…

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  2. highcountryarcher

    5 out of 5 TRX38 is a shooter!!!!

    highcountryarcher

    This my first Mathews bow. My scores have went up dramatically since I started shooting it. The TRX38 just fits me so well and I’ve never felt more comfortable behind a bow before. Thanks for the great product and keep up the great work. This is the first new bow that I have purchased in the past 26 years that was not a High Country and to say I am impressed with the TRX38 is a huge understatement.

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