Martin Archery Prowler Pro Compound Bow Package
- Fury XT single cam
- Huge range of adjustment (from 35–70 lbs.)
- HammerHead strings
- PowerTough limbs
- CNC-machined-aluminum riser
- Saddleback thermal grip
- VEM Vortex
- Roto Cup pivoting limb system
- Quick-lock stabilizer mount
- Silent hunter arrow shelf
- Axle-to-Axle: 30"
- IBO Speed: 330 fps
- Brace Height: 7"
- Weight: 3.3 lbs.
Package includes: 3-pin sight, Mantis rest, Twist-Lock quiver, peep, and d-loop.
The Fury XT Cam provides the ultimate in bow versatility, offering an expansive draw weight range of 35 lbs., plus six inches of draw length adjustment in 1/2" increments. Three cable settings allow three different 15 lb. draw weight adjustment ranges to fit nearly any size archer. Each lower cable setting corresponds to a slightly shorter maximum draw length.
Manufacturer model #: M-72CWA927RH.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by TheDeerHunter93 Excellent bow for the price I just bought the Martin Prowler and I find it to be a very accurate bow. The rest that comes on it with the bow package I find to have one minor flaw and that is after several shots you have to bend the arms that hold the arrow in place back into position. Other than that everything that comes on the bow is very good quality. The Bulls Eye by Copper John sights are very bright and extremely accurate and the peep sight is one that I enjoy using. This bow does have some slight noise when shooting but it's nothing that can't be dealt with or gotten used to in the woods. I'm able to use my top pin out to 30 yards with ease with just a minor drop in the impact point and the other 2 pins I can shoot out to 40 and 50 yards with. This bow is FAST and accurate and it's great! I firmly believe this bow is on par with anything that any of the other big bow manufacturers have to offer! January 3, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 not set up but great bow it is versatile,extremely custom drawweight-drawstop, extremely lightweight, a pleasure to shoot and quiet as a mouse...BUT, arrow rest is awful and makes the flechting hit every time. out of the box it was set too low... needs a dropaway arrowrest, or even a whisker biscuit if you dont have the extra cash.. And the guys at Kodak,tn store had no clue how to set it up.. so i was in woods when i seen where flechting had hit.. you need to have a real pro set it up for you or help you dial it in...but when you get it set it is awesome. drilling arrows at 45 yards with a one inch drift from where you aim, extremely accurate.. November 22, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by jkbarnett Great Bow Martin has always made a smoth feeling bow, and this one is no exception. I've had it a couple weeks and already sent a few hundred shots through it. Paper tuned with minimal adjustment, and sighted in in less than an hour. Consistantly shooting 1" groups at 20-30 yards. The speed on this bow is nothing short of amazing, and the short axel to axel makes it ideal for ground blind shooting. If I had one request to Martin it would be this...make a cam where large draw weight adjustments can be made without a bow press...not all of us live near a pro shop. If I had one con with this bow, the let off don't kick in until the the very end of the draw cycle. My issue with this could be an artifact of decades of shooting Oneida products though! All in all, about the best bow you can get for under $500! October 5, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Martinman2300 Best bow ever This is one of the best bowscive ever shot its smoth and fast and crazy adjustable comes with every thing minus the release and arm guard and arrows Everything is installed and the vems make it so quite that you don't hear anything until the arrow hits the target the cam lets you lower the draw weight by 35 lbs and the 15lbs of adjustment in the limbs the iBo is at 350-355 and I would buy this now agin in a heart beat August 23, 2012
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A:The Martin Prowler has about a 75% leftoff
A:The Prowler let-off is around 70%. The wall is pretty much at the last inch of the draw cycle, but it's smooth as can be, so you hardly notice.
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