Mathews Halon 32 Bow

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The new Mathews HALON 32 is a longer version of the HALON, providing an enhanced string angle and superior stability, while delivering speeds up to 350 fps.

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The new HALON 32 is a longer version of the award-winning HALON, providing an enhanced string angle and superior stability, while delivering speeds up to 350 fps. Like its predecessor, the HALON 32 is powered by the highly efficient CROSSCENTRIC cam, which employs a partially concentric string payout and AVS® technology to produce a stealthy draw and consistent accuracy. Its true-center nocking point ensures straight and level nock travel, enhancing shot-to-shot consistency. Outfitted with the FlatBack Grip™ and industry-leading Harmonic Damper® and Harmonic Stabilizer®, the HALON 32 is rock solid and deadly quiet.

What is the Crosscentric CAM?

Crosscentric Cam™ technology is the twin-turbo engine that drives our hard-hitting HALON Series. Designed to incorporate the accuracy of NO CAM™ ST technology and the power of AVS technology, the Crosscentric Cam™ employs a partially concentric string payout to produce precise speeds up to 353 fps.

Mathews Crosscentric CAM

Halon 32 5

Brace Height: 5″
IBO Rating: Up to 350 FPS
Axle-to-Axle: 32″
Draw Weights: 40, 50, 60, 70 LBS
Draw Lengths: 25–30″
Half-Sizes: 24.5–30.5″
Bow Weight: 4.83 LBS
Let-Off: 75 & 85%
CAM: Crosscentric
MSRP: $1,099

Halon 32 6

Brace Height: 6″
IBO Rating: Up to 343 FPS
Axle-to-Axle: 32″
Draw Weights: 40, 50, 60, 70 LBS
Draw Lengths: 26–31″
Half-Sizes: 25.5–31.5″
Bow Weight: 4.73 LBS
Let-Off: 75 & 85%
CAM: Crosscentric
MSRP: $1,099

Halon 32 7

Brace Height: 7″
IBO Rating: Up to 335 FPS
Axle-to-Axle: 32″
Draw Weights: 40, 50, 60, 70 LBS
Draw Lengths: 27–32″
Half-Sizes: 26.5–32.5″
Bow Weight: 4.73 LBS
Let-Off: 75 & 85%
CAM: Crosscentric
MSRP: $1,099

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Why Match Weight Matters

When choosing Firenock lighted nocks you have an option to weight match the non lighted nocks to the lighted nocks. If not, there is roughly a 23 grain difference between the two that can result in lower impacted points at distances of 30 yards and beyond, and also change your front of center percentages.

There is a simulated weight that attaches to your nock just the same as the lighted nock that will make all of the nocks weigh the same.

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