Martin Jaguar Takedown Bow 40 Pound Camouflage

Martin Jaguar Takedown Bow 40 Pound Camouflage

4.00 out of 5
(1 customer review)

4.00 out of 5
1 review

Product Description

The Martin Jaguar Takedown Bow 40 Pound Camouflage has a smooth draw, a powerful shot, a durable riser, a comfortable grip. Our list of important features isn’t short. The Jaguar is an ideal choice for the archer wanting to give the traditional side a serious try. Laminated wood and glass limbs offer a smooth draw, but send an arrow with authority. You can easily remove limbs from the riser for convenient transport and storage. We even throw in an arrow rest, all for a very reasonable price. Let your curiosity get the best of you and give traditional a shot. Satisfying curiosity is what the Jaguar Take-Down is all about. Includes owners manual. Brace Height: 7in, Mass Weight: 2.7 lbs. AMO Length: 60in. Right Hand Only. Camo. Draw Weight: 40-Pound.

  • Martin Jaguar Takedown Bow 40 Pound Camouflage
  • Laminated wood and glass limbs offer a smooth draw
  • Features a comfortable grip
  • You can easily remove limbs from the riser for convenient transport and storage
  • 35-Pound draw weight
  • Ideal choice for the serious archer

Additional Information

Binding

Sports

Brand

Martin Archery

CatalogNumberList

159820

Color

Camouflage

EAN

0043008159820

EANList

0043008159820

ItemDimensions

60, inches, 45, hundredths-pounds

Label

Martin Archery

Manufacturer

Martin Archery

Model

2816N40

MPN

2816 NG1 RH 40#

PackageDimensions

270, hundredths-inches, 2630, hundredths-inches, 385, hundredths-pounds, 930, hundredths-inches

PartNumber

2816 NG1 RH 40#

ProductGroup

Sports

ProductTypeName

SPORTING_GOODS

Publisher

Martin Archery

SKU

ZZX3*0159435000040

Studio

Martin Archery

UPC

043008159820

UPCList

043008159820

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1 review for Martin Jaguar Takedown Bow 40 Pound Camouflage

  1. Connor
    4 out of 5

    :

    Great bow. Easy to assemble, easy to fire. However, there were a few issues.

    - Arrow rest.
    The arrow rest is plastic, and not well made. The plastic wears down after about an hour’s worth of shooting. Note: the bow universally accepts arrow rests, and there are plenty available, from Amazon to Academy.

    - Instructions.
    The instructions on the construction of the bow were so-so. The instructions consist solely of a picture of where the parts fit together, with no accompanying text.

    - Stringing the bow.
    If I didn’t have a friend that knew how to string a bow to show me how it’s done, I would have to go to the internet to find out. The bowstringer and the instructions that came with it are VERY ambiguous and AGAIN there is no accompanying text, only pictures. Martin is assuming the customer has a base knowledge of how to operate a bowstringer.

    So, none of these issues are detrimental to the user experience, so the bow gets 4 Stars.

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