Bow / HuntingV3X29

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The 2022 V3X is the most streamlined hunting system we've ever created. Equipped with our new Bridge-Lock™ Sight technology to enhance balance, our new Stay Afield System (S.A.S.™) to keep you in the hunt and built compatible with a completely redesigned line of LowPro™ quivers, the V3X system elevates the performance of our most popular hunting bow to-date. 

Axle-to-Axle 29"
Brace Height 6"
IBO Rating 340 FPS

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Balance Perfected

Brace Height 6"
IBO Rating Up to 340 FPS
Axle-to-Axle 29"
Draw Weight 60, 65, 70 & 75
Draw Lengths 25.5" - 30"
Let-Off 80 or 85%
Physical Weight 4.47 LBS
CAM Crosscentric w/ Switchweight Technology
MSRP $1199

Feature TechNEW Bridge-LockSight System

Allows a dovetail sight to be mounted through the bow’s riser, eliminating the need for an external mounting bracket.

Feature TechNEW LowProFixed and Detachable Quivers

Engineered around the geometry of the V3X, our tightest fitting quiver to-date.

Feature TechStay Afield System (S.A.S.)

At less than 1/2 ounce, our minimalist flo-orange servicing cable and our specifically modified cams allow backcountry hunters to safely remove or repair their strings and cables in the field without the use of a bow press. This ultra-lightweight and compact system is the ultimate emergency bow kit to keep you in the hunt.

Style Your Stealth

From Utah to Pennsylvania and Iowa to British Columbia, our Team Shooters put the 2022 V3X through the wringer.

Reviews

  1. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful
    Ben

    5 out of 5 Sweet

    Ben

    Just shot this at the local dealer…. Wow, such a nice bow!

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    Kehlin Roszel

    5 out of 5 If any

    Kehlin Roszel

    If any bow deserves 5 stars it’s the V3X 29 I haven’t shot a bow this smooth on the draw cycle since the htr no cam and based on that alone I had to get one and I am shooting it just as well as my no cam and tuning this bow was super easy. Just had to shim the bottom cam over and it shot a bullet hole. Didn’t have to move the rest at all

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  3. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful
    Chad McGinty

    5 out of 5 Been a while

    Chad McGinty

    I have not thought about buying a new bow since I purchased my Chill in 2013. When the 29 came out, I went to my local dealer that day. They were still setting the demo model up. After shooting it, I immediately put one on reserve. This bow is so smooth and quiet. I love the 29 ATA that puts you midline that will make a great rig to carry to the stand. Can’t wait to get my finished set up in my hands.

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    Bob Luyk

    5 out of 5 Simply Awesome

    Bob Luyk

    Pick my V3X 29 up December 29 put it in the field December 31 last day of the Season.

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  5. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful
    Mike Danenberg

    5 out of 5 A whole new level

    Mike Danenberg

    I really wanted a new bow after having my Creed since it came out but wasn’t sure what I wanted. I went to my local dealer the day the V3x was released and after shooting this beauty I immediately put a deposit down on a granite V3x. I picked this baby up yesterday and after an easy setup, I couldn’t be happier. This bow is super quiet, balanced and a total tack driver. I shot until it was to dark to see the target anymore. Don’t walk to get one. Run and try this awesome bow out. You will be sold.

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  6. Keegan Davenport

    5 out of 5

    Keegan Davenport

    Amazing bow I shoot one at the bow shoot and wanted it from there can not wait to get mine in

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  7. Ron

    5 out of 5 Amazing!!!

    Ron

    V3x 29 is absolutely amazing! Super smooth, quiet and vibration free on the shot. Been a Bowtech guy for the last fifteen years, after shooting the V3x 29 I bought one on the spot. Can’t put it down. I’m going back next week to buy a 33.
    Thanks Mathews!

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  8. Braven Rodgers

    5 out of 5 Best on the market

    Braven Rodgers

    This bow out form all bows on the market. It’s better in look and feel. Shoot better in accuracy and Consistency.

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  9. Gary Carr

    5 out of 5 New 29

    Gary Carr

    Great bow, quiet and shoots hard. 29 inch drawing 70 pounds with only 27 1/2 inch draw. Stable and accurate even being short acle to axle length. Smooth, and like the fact that you can easily add accessories to this set up.

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  10. Tim Maxson

    5 out of 5 It's a gift from God!

    Tim Maxson

    After leaving the sport for a few years. I decided to try out the V3X to find out what all the hype was about. I literally shot one arrow at my dealer and I bought the 29″ model on the spot! It was extremely smooth and so easy to shoot that it made me wonder how they keep coming up with these amazing bows! It’s a remarkable piece of technology that far surpasses my previous Solo cams and even my Halon. I like this system so much I went back and bought the 33″ as well. I’m 56 years old and if I had owned this technology 20 years ago, I may never have taken a break from the sport!! Nice job to the Mathews team for bringing an absolute dream bow to the archery world!

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  11. Lori Bartz

    5 out of 5 Thrilled!

    Lori Bartz

    After 17 years without a bow, I just got the V3X 29 and I couldn’t be happier!! I tried several different flagship bows and this one was a no brainer! I can’t wait to get in the woods.

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  12. Ross

    5 out of 5 First Bow + Best Bow

    Ross

    As an adult-onset archery hunter, the V3X 29 was my first-ever bow purchase and I’m absolutely thrilled with the quality, feel, speed, and accuracy of this rig. Paired with the Mathews quiver, bridgelock sight and integrated rest…it’s the total hunting package and everything I hoped for.

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  13. John Specht

    5 out of 5 Hoyt Convert

    John Specht

    After years of shooting Hoyt Carbon bows, I resolved to shot the Mathews after buying an “untuneable” RX4 (my shop and I tried everything to get that bow to tune, nothing worked) contacted Hoyt and received a completely un helpful “deal with it” response from them. First shot with the V3X 29 and I was hooked. The first thing I noticed was how completely dead in the hand the bow was. Next was consistency of arrow placement (Robinhood in the first 3 shots at 20 yards). Next the smooth draw cycle. The fit and finish were fantastic and after a week or so I was able to get a BridgeLock compatible Black Gold site from S&S Archery (Thanks Rob ur the best). Got my pins on and French tune done and the first shot at 100 yards with it found it mark dead center of the target. 70 LBS at 29.5” is sending a 430gr arrow right at 300 FPS. Could not be happier with this bow and would encourage anyone looking for a slick hunting rig to head to your Mathews shop and give one a try.

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  14. Justin Orr

    5 out of 5 Impressive

    Justin Orr

    Had to wait until the bows made it to a semi local pro shop (7hr drive), wasn’t entirely sure I was going to buy a bow that day until I shot the 29. Had the opportunity to shoot both the 33 and 29 that day and both felt great in hand but ultimately the smaller frame suited me better than the 33, these bows are lights out in hand zero vibration and the quietest bow I’ve had the pleasure of shooting if there’s any questioning what your next bow is put one of these in hand and you’ll have your answer

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  15. ryan lacroix

    5 out of 5

    ryan lacroix

    was looking into buying a new bow as I’ve had mine for 5 years while i was growing. now that i stopped growing i was looking around for a new bow. i went down to my local bow shop and shot everything i could to try and find the bow that best fit me.

    out of all the bows in the shop this one felt the best by far. the back wall was amazing, the bow just sits nice you your hand.

    a bonus is the 29” ata this allows it to be stable yet at the same time small enough that its mobile

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  16. Matthew Gibbons

    5 out of 5 Awesome bow!

    Matthew Gibbons

    I just shot this bow up at the local shop a few days ago! I immediately placed an order! Can’t wait to get mine in my hands!

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  17. herefordfarm95

    5 out of 5 Amazing

    herefordfarm95

    I’ve never owned or shot a Mathews, I’ve had Diamond, Bear, and Bowtech. But decided to go shoot one for the heck of it.
    I ended up walking out of the dealer with the new 2022 Mathews V3X 29. I shot it 5 times and was hooked, Such an Amazing bow, would definitely recommend to anyone looking for a new bow!! And the new sight would also recommend it as well.

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  18. John Jr. Ruotsi

    5 out of 5 Fell in love

    John Jr. Ruotsi

    Went down to try out some new bows, shot this thing and immediately put a deposit down. Can’t wait until mine comes in!

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  19. Darrel Alderete

    5 out of 5 ANOTHER AWESOME BOW

    Darrel Alderete

    Just anticipating the release of the new 2022 V3X, was able to locate a dealer with them in stock. I haven’t shot any of the new bows since the purchase of my Halon 6 (shame on me lol) and was in for an awesome surprise, the Granite color with the Bridge-Lock technology and S.A.S. was a beautiful sight, the draw was smooth as butter with a very solid back with wall85% let off, then the release was so quiet, the quietest of all the Mathews bows I have owned (Heli M, Chill R, Creed XS, Halon 6 and now the proud owner of the 2022 V3X 29). Thanks again MATHEWS for another awesome bow!!

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  20. William

    5 out of 5 Setting the Standard for 30 Years

    William

    Love the new V3X 29! Purchased a black model at Roger’s Sporting Goods as soon as it became available. The bow is so well balanced with the integrated accessories and new Low Pro quiver. I was worried the shorter ata might make it more difficult to shoot than my V3 31, but I actually have been shooting the V3X 29 even better! Thank you Matt McPherson and everyone at Mathews for another high quality product.

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  21. Tripp Andrews

    5 out of 5 Innovation at its finest

    Tripp Andrews

    I’ve waited 15 years for this! Upgraded 12/11/21, couldn’t have been more pleased. Putting it to work in the field today.

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  22. nmscout308@yahoo.com

    5 out of 5 Huge leap in technology

    nmscout308@yahoo.com

    The last bow I shot before two rotator tendon surgeries (left and right) was a Mathews Q2. That was 2001. I thought my archery shooting was over but two good surgeons and 19 years later I bought a used Mathews Triax. Incredible bow, quiet and accurate. This year Mathews comes out with what I believe is a big leap in what today’s technology and engineering is capable of: the V3X. I went with the 29, trying to keep it as close to the Triax as possible so I can switch from one to the other if needed seamlessly. As much as I like the Triax, the V3X is a leap ahead. Lighter, better balance, smoother, and easier to shoot accurately. That’s saying a lot because the Triax is excellent in all those areas. Hats off to Mathews. Expensive? Well, you get what you pay for with Mathews. All quality gear.

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