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2020 Mathews VXR 31.5 Review!

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Better late than never. Finally got a chance to put this bow through the paces and it gave me everything I was expecting plus more.
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Eric Demment
Eric Demment 3 dias atrás
Thanks for your bow reviews. I'm debating between a VXR 31.5 and a Traverse. I spot and stalk antelope, deer, and elk in Idaho. I am still fairly new to hunting (3rd year) and it's hard for me to tell much difference when shooting these bows bare at 10 yds. Perhaps the Traverse is a little louder with a bit of a twang? Or could that be the wicked threads vs zebras? 29" DL. 70# DW. 85%. I'd appreciate your biased opinion on which one you'd choose and why. Thank you
Why So Serious
Why So Serious 12 dias atrás
Excuse me, would you use this over your Traverse hunting bow? I'm stuck between choosing this bow or the Traverse.
The truth
The truth 13 dias atrás
Walked into my local archery shop with the intention to buy the Bowtech Revolt, ended up purchasing the VXR 31.5 with 80% let off custom order.
MickyMouseLimited
MickyMouseLimited 14 dias atrás
Can you please explain regarding all this modules how do you secure them in place. Most of the parts are aluminum and if you torque them you can easily stripe the treads. Are you using Loctite ? Do you have a specific torque wrench for them ? I have some unpleasant experience with MTB where suspension bolts were getting loose I had to dismantle the bike completely and torque it all done with Loctite also change all the pivots bearings due to poor practices. I am bringing this up because even though a bow is much simpler and exposed to less forces with all this adjustments and complicated pullies it doesn't take much to get something loose. I am sure if you take this bow or any bow out 3 times a week for practice for couple of hours each you will see things getting loose unless you have a system in place to keep them torque down. I was looking for a compound bow with as little adjustment as possible that will fit me for the moment I am a bit out of luck. Thank you .
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 14 dias atrás
You can lock tight them, but then if you need to ger them out you risk stripping the bolts. We just cinch them tight with an Allen wrench and they're fine. Worth checking every now and then, but itsnoretty easy to tell if they start coming loose. You'll hear it when your draw stops hit the cables and when you shoot
Tanner Oakley
Tanner Oakley 20 dias atrás
I’m still using a old Pearson it’s time to get a new bow what would you recommend a rx4 or the Mathews for deer?
The Amazing Goldfish
The Amazing Goldfish 20 dias atrás
SOoooo you have to buy mods to change the letoff, and to get to lower poundages you have to buy another mod. "NO THANKS", I'll just be happy with my PSE NXT 31 which has letoff built in from 80,85,& 90% letoff.
João Baptistella
João Baptistella Mês atrás
Amazing video and review! A lot of good information, and very easy to understand, even tho we dont speak english! Im about to order one and we dont have pro shops here in Brazil to test it. My draw lenght is 29.5. Should I get the 29''? I've heard that mathews bows draw lenght run longer and this is going to be my first one! Thanks and keep doing the great job!
DFLY MZK
DFLY MZK Mês atrás
You guys should review the pse inertia... it’s older but I’d like to hear your review
Marvin Clark
Marvin Clark Mês atrás
Everybody doing reviews on the New vxr s lie . The draw cycle on them suck getting getting over the hump is shit. Just watch your video your face turns red like your trying push a big turd out your butt. The draw cycle sucks bottom line and don't say it's because of short a.t.a.
Muris Cirkin
Muris Cirkin 2 meses atrás
Your videos are the best from anyone on BRvid
Alec Foster
Alec Foster 2 meses atrás
Great Review, gave me some things to consider. I went to my local shop and shot about 4 or 5 bows. I was torn between the NXT 33 and the and the 31.5 VXR. Man that PSE draw is very smooth but I ended up going with the VXR. It was so quiet and fast. I loaded it up with my HHA Kingpin, Hamskea Hybrid Hunter Pro, TORX front and rear stab. This thing is smacking, it's quiet and wicked fast. I have a lightly used The Block target and this thing is punching through it and no I'm not shooting the exact same point. I went with the 31.5 over the 28 just for the string angle, I have a 30 inch draw and the 28 angle was just a little too aggressive for me. Again thank you.
Luke Noble
Luke Noble 2 meses atrás
Alec Foster you are awesome!!! Thank you for all your info!!!!
Alec Foster
Alec Foster 2 meses atrás
Luke Noble so the bow itself I ended paying right at $950. Because I bought the bow from the store a lot of times shops will discount your accessories which they did for me. So the front and rear stab was about $150, the HHA they couldn’t work too much on the price so it was right at $200. The rest luckily was an open package so I got it for a really good price of $125 normally $170+. I should have bought a quiver while I was there but kind forgot like a dope. Ended up ordering a tight spot from another shop and I’m still waiting on it to come in. Mathews also has a great tripod stand that mounts onto your front limp pocket which works amazing and your bottom cam doesn’t contact the ground. Part of the reason I did this set up is so I could swap the mods. I shoot 29.5 draw and 75lbs for deer/elk then I switch the mods on the Mathews and the wheel on the HHA to 65 pounds for spring turkey. Kinda like having two bows. Sorry if that was more than you asked for and I hope I answered your question. I love the bow totally worth it to me.
Luke Noble
Luke Noble 2 meses atrás
Alec Foster if you don’t mind me asking,how much did all that run you? I’m planning on saving for one this summer! If not that is totally ok!
Ethan Featheroff
Ethan Featheroff 2 meses atrás
My question for u is my vxr has 65 pound mods but I recently had shoulder surgery and would like to take it down to about 60 is it worth getting 60 pound mods or should I just turn it down 5pounds and can u show an actual review with 60 pound mods and then do the same thing with turning the limbs down to60 from a 60 pound mod is like to see if there’s actually a difference in performance
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 2 meses atrás
Just back off your limb bolts. Only 3 turns and you'll be at 50lbs.
Ethan Featheroff
Ethan Featheroff 2 meses atrás
From a 65 pound mod
Stasiek Spasiek
Stasiek Spasiek 3 meses atrás
So you think is beter all orounder than traverse? Im not a hunter just 3d and hobby archer and im looking for some quality bow to do all
Gabriel Acevedo
Gabriel Acevedo 3 meses atrás
So I had my creed xs. Shot that since it came out. Took plenty of deer with it and I finally made the upgrade with the VXR couldn’t be more excited too
chickimac1
chickimac1 3 meses atrás
What’s your thoughts on the vxr vs the hoyt rx4?
Paul Adkisson
Paul Adkisson 3 meses atrás
D-Loop is tied wrong
Aaron Wilder
Aaron Wilder 3 meses atrás
Awesome video 👍👌 I have watched this a dozen times or more. Well my local shop finally got one of these in and it balances nicely. There is a slight bit of vibration, not much but it's still there definitely less vibration than the Traverse or the vertix. It holds good and is not as top heavy as the Traverse. It is smooth not as smooth as the Traverse, much better than the traix or vertix. The grip is money just like the Traverse and vertix. Just hate the $#it green color (it's the only color the shop is stocking 4 months out for a different color).
Austin Sellars
Austin Sellars 3 meses atrás
Awesome review! Could you let me know what sight that is? I would really appreciate it 👍
Todd Goff
Todd Goff 4 meses atrás
Can you tell us your thoughts on how this stacks up to your traverse? Local shop tells me the VXR is the better bow? Thoughts I have seen where you have a traverse. Long term I mean. Would you recommend this over the traverse?
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 4 meses atrás
One isn't any better or worse than the other. Sure you can get a little more speed out of the VXR, but the Traverse is smoother to draw and has over a half inch taller brace height, making it a little more forgiving. I also like the string angle at full draw better on the traverse because I shoot a 30" draw length. Like I said, I don't think one is inherently better, they're just different.
Wilbur Dewberry
Wilbur Dewberry 4 meses atrás
Where are ya'll located?
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 4 meses atrás
Springfield, OR
Daniel Smith
Daniel Smith 4 meses atrás
I’m not a Matthews guy, never have been. Out of all the 2020 bows I shot. The vxr is the best hands down. It’s the only bow I could feel a noticeable enough difference between it and my 2013 obsession. Very quiet, I didn’t know I was drawing a 70lb bow .... excellent. Kudos to Matthews. It’s rare I shoot a new bow from year to year and go wow . This one made me go wow
Corey Worthington
Corey Worthington 4 meses atrás
I love the comments about upgrades and changes from prior year. I hate the dudes that complain about how small the change was. Don’t buy it then! I bought a Vertix last year and love it. The changes are subtle enough that I can’t justify the change but like you said, it’s quite different than a Heli M or a Z7. Love your content and info man! Keep up the good work!
Samuel Wixon III
Samuel Wixon III 4 meses atrás
I don't find a point to get a strap to carry it around as i only walk between 1000-1500 yards and im in my stand its not the far about 10 min of walking not bad as I just bought this bow after getting rid of my helix
Jack Whaley
Jack Whaley 4 meses atrás
Bought one, keep checking in to see how close I am at different arrow weights. Telling all my bow friends about your channel.
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 4 meses atrás
I appreciate that!
Steffen Holm
Steffen Holm 4 meses atrás
How huch of a difference is there on string angle vs the traverse?
TheMrmax00000
TheMrmax00000 4 meses atrás
Great Review as always! In you opinion, What would be a better Hunting/3D bow. VXR31.5, Traverse or PSE EVO NXT 33? Just curious about your thoughts. Is the VXR 31.5 a better shooter than a Traverse in you opinion. I'm looking for a new 3D/backup hunting bow to compliment my RX3 Turbo and RPM360.
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 4 meses atrás
Really similar bows in terms of length and brace height, but the traverse has a little more speed
Glenn Prince
Glenn Prince 4 meses atrás
Love this review. I’ve actually watched it at least 10 times now.
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 4 meses atrás
Haha nice!
Bass Whoopin'
Bass Whoopin' 4 meses atrás
Hey Kellen could you do a review or recommendation on the best bow vise to get?
Incline Altitude
Incline Altitude 4 meses atrás
Y’all know your shit!! Thats why we love your videos, keep em coming.
Jse contractors Inc.
Jse contractors Inc. 4 meses atrás
Wow that bow is loud
nicola alberti
nicola alberti 4 meses atrás
I have a question.. Does this bow run long on draw lenght like most Mathews? I have a 28 1/2 draw lenght and I'm considering to order a VXR 31,5 with grip panels, should I order it with 28" modules or with the 28 1/2 ones? Thank you!!
nicola alberti
nicola alberti 4 meses atrás
@Inside Out Precision thank you again 👍!!
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 4 meses atrás
@nicola alberti Gotcha! I'd probably go with the 28 if your going to get the side plates
nicola alberti
nicola alberti 4 meses atrás
@Inside Out Precision Sadly it's not so easy, I live in Italy and I'm left handed like you, so I eventually have to order mine without having the chance to shoot it first, however, thank you very much for the kind answer!
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 4 meses atrás
I've always felt Mathews runs pretty true to length. Hoyt always runs short though when measured in a draw board. I'd shoot bot draw lengths and see what feels better.
Michael p
Michael p 5 meses atrás
I shot this version vxr and the rx4 ultra. Needless to say I fell in love with the ultra and new cams. The Mathews I shot at 70 and 30". And for some reason the Hoyt on 30" was actually a little under 29 3/4" on draw board. So I shot it at 30.5" with #3 cams and it was buttery smooth the mathews to me was a little more dead in the hand after shot but not much difference in the two. But the new cams on that rx4 ultra was awesome to me and I've been a mathews guy the last couple years. Wasn't to worried about losing much speed I hunt with over 500 grain arrows. Both were quite to me as well
Michael p
Michael p 5 meses atrás
Inside Out Precision I never shot the rx3's.I'd bought a halon 32 and triax. So didn't see the need in getting the Vertix really only difference to me was the switch weight which is cool though!Wound up selling my triax. But was wanting a new one this year and it surprised me how much I like the Hoyt. I didn't like the rx1's at all the draw was not near as smooth as the other bows or the mathews to me on the rx1. But nonetheless I love em all to I've had quite a few different brands all the top bows now are so close it's just what feels best to the you!
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 5 meses atrás
Hoyt draw a full ½" shorter than Mathews! Drives me crazy haha. But love the bows
Will Giglio
Will Giglio 5 meses atrás
wich one do you prefer a 31.5 or a 28
Whitetail Warrior
Whitetail Warrior Mês atrás
28
Bryson Hollar
Bryson Hollar 5 meses atrás
Does the VXR and Vertix share the same mods?
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 5 meses atrás
They do
Michigan Aim
Michigan Aim 5 meses atrás
I bought a 40 wish i bought a 36 even thou I haven’t shot the 40 yet I shot the 36 and loved it.
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 5 meses atrás
If you like the 36 you'll love the 40. It's an aiming machine. Not quite as fast as the 36 but with light target arrows you shouldn't have any problem
Adam Gilliam
Adam Gilliam 5 meses atrás
Hey awesome review I just got the vxr 31.5, I’m sure you have mentioned it in your videos but where is your shop located? Unfortunately I don’t have massive confidence in our local shops ability to set my bow up professionally (they don’t have the greatest reviews)
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 5 meses atrás
We're in Springfield,OR
Neo Smith
Neo Smith 5 meses atrás
I am a noob and went and shot one of these and it was pretty freaking cool. I can see myself getting into this more than I am into shooting due to the ability to shoot a bow on my property. I know I could get something cheaper, but once you try any flagship type device, it is pretty impossible to go back to cheaper alternatives. I am about to spend close to 1,800 bucks on a hobby/sport that I never did. I can afford it, but I think I might get buyers remorse. Anyone else feel this way?
Elisamuel Cuadrado
Elisamuel Cuadrado 5 meses atrás
Great review. I’m almost sold on the VXR. Definitely need to go shoot it.
gasanchez84
gasanchez84 5 meses atrás
Spot on review! I went to the local bow shop today and shot the VXR 31.5 and it is a fine shooting bow. Easy to draw, quiet, and dead in the hand when shot. I am in the market to upgrade from my Chill X and the VXR is it.
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 5 meses atrás
Yeah it's hard not to like!
Bass Whoopin'
Bass Whoopin' 5 meses atrás
You hit the nail on the head with the iPhone comment. A lot of people spend twice the amount of what these bows go for on their stinkin phone and they get a new one of those every year, but wont spend half of that on a new bow every year. I guess it just comes down to priorities and philosophy of use. Those of us that shoot 3 to 5 times a week for fun or do hunts and travel with them can justify that price tag. I'm still rocking an iphone 8 plus over here and i have an RX3 and i'm looking to add a RX4 to the fleet. Maybe a turbo model. Why? Because i'm one of the few who do shoot 3 to 5 times a week and have the luxury of being able to shoot indoors or outdoors year round. And because i enjoy it. There's guys out there that spend over 3 grand on a drone to fly around. Would i spend that money on a remote control bird? No. But they enjoy it and use it so they can justify it. Just buy what you can afford and enjoy what you have at the end of the day. Awesome review as always Kellen. Shoot straight and have a good holiday!
Will Crain
Will Crain 5 meses atrás
For what it’s worth.. I’ll preface this comment by saying I’ve been a diehard Hoyt guy for 5+ years now. I went to my local Scheels tonight to shoot the VXR and RX3 side by side. I shot the VXR first and that was my mistake. This bow is stupid quiet, like a mouse fart quiet. The Hoyt sounded like a rifle going off compared to it. The hand shock is absolutely none on the VXR where the Hoyt has some noticeable post shot vibration. I was able to anchor with the VXR with ease, but I had to hunker down quite a bit with the RX3. The only real area the RX3 shined was draw cycle. I felt it didn’t stack weight like the VXR. But that’s minor. Conclusion: I’ll be ordered a VXR 31.5 in ambush green next month. 👍🏻
Glenn Prince
Glenn Prince 5 meses atrás
Will Films will do
Will Crain
Will Crain 5 meses atrás
Glenn Prince Indeed it is. I’ve always refrained from “bow bashing” like I see many other guys do. I think technology in archery has somewhat plateaued in the last 5 years and regardless of brand, I think any bow on the market today is capable of getting the job done. It’s just a matter of finding the subtle differences between each that you like/dislike. I just posted a VXR 31.5 Review video (from the perspective of a Hoyt guy) give it a watch if you can 👍🏻
Glenn Prince
Glenn Prince 5 meses atrás
Will Films I’ve been a die hard Hoyt fan for over 10 years now. Matthews has definitely upped their game. Needless to say after shooting the VXR I plan on buying one myself. That bow is sweet
bob RAVES
bob RAVES 5 meses atrás
based on this review I purchased a Mathews VXR 31.5. Currently my set up is a spot hog fast eddie sight, hamskea hybrid hunter pro rest. Bow is set at 29" draw @ 63 lbs. I would appreciate any suggestions on 3D and Hunting arrows for this Bow. Former bow was/is a Mathews HTR no cam. Thanks for the great reviews.
bob RAVES
bob RAVES 5 meses atrás
@Inside Out Precision thanks much
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 5 meses atrás
An Easton Axis 340 will be a great all around arrow
Josh Nordwell
Josh Nordwell 5 meses atrás
Love the non bias reviews... this bow has my eye.. my only concern is the shortness of it. Does it act like a short bow or a long bow? I normally like 34-36 axle to axle. Bow for a cross over bow for hunting and 3D. That will still shoot easy after a few weeks of non shooting.. thoughts?? Like the traverse but like the switch wt mods..
Josh Nordwell
Josh Nordwell 3 meses atrás
Well I went a 2 weeks ago. Shot this one next to the traverse.. shot for about 1.5 hrs.. ended up walking out with a traverse.. thanks for the help.. Love the feel of the traverse..
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 5 meses atrás
@Josh Nordwell I haven't.
Josh Nordwell
Josh Nordwell 5 meses atrás
@Inside Out Precision I know you don't carry bowtech but have you shot the new revoltx?
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 5 meses atrás
@Josh Nordwell yeahnthe traverse would probably be more comfortable
Josh Nordwell
Josh Nordwell 5 meses atrás
@Inside Out Precision 29.5-30
Chris Dolan
Chris Dolan 5 meses atrás
Best VXR review, no contest. 👍🏻
Stasiek Spasiek
Stasiek Spasiek 5 meses atrás
If hunting is not The Case, travers vs vxr 31,5 ? Is it realy that stabil like 33 ATA ( traverse) even if riser in vxr is a litle longer than traverse? How is it feel for 70 or 80yrd longe range?
Stasiek Spasiek
Stasiek Spasiek 3 meses atrás
@Inside Out Precision speaking about pro shooters... that Simple but true opinion was from Levi Morgan video ...
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 3 meses atrás
@Stasiek Spasiek your right that there is nothing inherently more accurate about a bow with a higher brace height, they'd shoot identical out of a machine. But when you factor in human error, a higher brace height is more forgiving. You dont have to believe me though, ask ANY professional archer who makes their living winning tournaments, and they'll tell you the same thing. Theres a reason that the shortest brace height you'll find on target bows is about 6.5". I'm not sure what your credentials are, but anyone who has competed completed seriously in this sport knows this.
Stasiek Spasiek
Stasiek Spasiek 3 meses atrás
@Inside Out Precision it is stupid stereotype spread by people like you that short bh bows are not accurate, they maybe but everytime you must say " they are not accurate if your dl is 30 and more " or you must compere to another bow plus shorter dl, period.
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 3 meses atrás
@Stasiek Spasiek I know, which is why I'm not sure why you're having trouble grasping this. If you have a 27" draw length and shoot a bow with a 5 inch brace height, your string is traveling 22" before coming to rest. If you shot 27" draw length with a bow that has a 7" brace height, your string is only traveling 20" before coming to rest. Case closed.
Stasiek Spasiek
Stasiek Spasiek 3 meses atrás
@Inside Out Precision no its not. Just Simple numbers its not rocket science
Steve Richardson
Steve Richardson 5 meses atrás
Great review. Loving mine, just came from the Vertix mainly because I was able to get the 31" draw length I need. Great bow.. hard to believe they could improve on the Vertix but they did.
Andre Thompson
Andre Thompson Mês atrás
I did a speed test with a 31 inch draw length
Cal Egan
Cal Egan 5 meses atrás
PSE, Mathews, Hoyt? What about the bowtech?!
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 5 meses atrás
We dont carry Bow Tech. They're manufactured right across town and we can't compete with their showroom prices!
Conner Scarboro
Conner Scarboro 6 meses atrás
You probably said this in the video, but do you have to use the integrated rest on the bow with the mount?
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 6 meses atrás
No it will take any rest. Just has the option for the integrated
The Ice man Series
The Ice man Series 6 meses atrás
I have one but I'm not overly impressed with it, I still like my Vertix better because I shoot the same arrow with both and I get 8 fps faster with my Vertix and its very quite and as stable as the VXR. The only thing I like better is the design of the riser.
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 6 meses atrás
That surprises me that the vertix is faster. Are you sure they're the same draw length?
Jun L
Jun L 6 meses atrás
So basically they increased the length of the riser while maintaining the same weight as last year’s model?
Killcarteragain !
Killcarteragain ! 6 meses atrás
How would you compare the 31.5 and the Hoyt helix from last year??
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 6 meses atrás
31.5 is significantly faster at shorter draw lengths and aims better IMO
Russel trang
Russel trang 6 meses atrás
Love your videos. Have a question about the 2020 Mathews VXR 31.5 Bow. What exactly do you get in the box. Is the integrated rest included and the mods to adjust the Draw weight. Also I saw an unboxing and it had a Mathews hat included. Just want to know what is in the box so I am not missing anything. Thanks........
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 6 meses atrás
@Russel trang the rest is $250. The mods are $45
Russel trang
Russel trang 6 meses atrás
@Inside Out Precision Thanks for your response. Do you know how much the mods and the Mathews rest that matches the dovetail cost?
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 6 meses atrás
The only thing that comes with the order is the hat. The rest, mods, and top hats ( cam spacers) are sold separately.
UnluckyIrish 88
UnluckyIrish 88 6 meses atrás
Big three to me Matthews,Hoyt,Bowtech
Tommy Peloe
Tommy Peloe 6 meses atrás
What is the riser length on this bow?
Tommy Peloe
Tommy Peloe 6 meses atrás
@Inside Out Precision that's a fair bit longer then my sr6 which is 27.5 inches
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 6 meses atrás
Didn't measure it. But right around 31"
j .Don.hunter32
j .Don.hunter32 6 meses atrás
How would you compare the 31.5 and 28 to the vertix ready to trade my Vertix in just like your opinion also where is your shop located
j .Don.hunter32
j .Don.hunter32 6 meses atrás
Thanks guys for the input going to my local shop tomorrow to try them. Starting to like the pse stealth a lot have to check it out too!
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 6 meses atrás
@Rusty Shackleford yeah I've considered ordering some and trying it but it's just shooting so good I dont want to mess with anything haha
Rusty Shackleford
Rusty Shackleford 6 meses atrás
@Inside Out Precision people have put the switch weight cams on the traverse and work
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 6 meses atrás
@Rusty Shackleford I dont think I'm going to make a change. My traverse is just shooting so damn well that I can't justify it. If only they made it with the switch weight cams!
Rusty Shackleford
Rusty Shackleford 6 meses atrás
@Inside Out Precision I know you own the traverse do you see yourself getting the vxr I'm waiting for them to do another longer ata bow again like the traverse but maybe 34 or 33.5 ata with the longer brace height that would get me interested maybe a new cam design also even though I love the CC but you always can Improve
Charles Coleman
Charles Coleman 6 meses atrás
Question. I've gotten a chance to shoot the new VXR 31.5 and the RX4 side by side. I love everything about the VXR the smoothness, quietness, everything about it for me is better except I hold the RX4 on target better than the VXR. Would you choose a bow you hold on target better or would you choose a bow that feels more comfortable in all other aspects. And to throw another wrench into the equation I havent even tried the new RX4 turbo which is a longer bow than the alpha (which i prefer) and is faster but I'm sure the draw would be rougher as to me all "turbo" bows seems that way. Love the Videos they are really in depth and the fact you test out 70# 28" DL is awsome since that's what I shoot
Rusty Shackleford
Rusty Shackleford 6 meses atrás
@Charles Coleman you can buy a older model if you want there still great bows just didn't find the newer Hoyt's much better then my faktor also would save you a ton you can get carbon bows for under 1 k even the rx1 don't know those specs right off my head but if you know what you want in specs that could be a good direction or just wait till next year and see what they do
Charles Coleman
Charles Coleman 6 meses atrás
@Rusty Shackleford funny thing is the turbo and the alpha advertised speeds aren't even 10 fps difference. So not sure what's so "Turbo" about it. I really wish they offered a over 30" ata other then the monster that the ultra is or the rougher drawing/jumpy turbos
Rusty Shackleford
Rusty Shackleford 6 meses atrás
@Charles Coleman ya ok i got ya turbo's never liked them too jumpy i wish they gave you different options my faktor 30 is 30 ata and has a 6 3/4 brace height and still use it from time to time depending on how im hunting
Charles Coleman
Charles Coleman 6 meses atrás
@Rusty Shackleford was looking at the turbo models not so much for the speed but for the ata length
Charles Coleman
Charles Coleman 6 meses atrás
@Rusty Shackleford the ultra is 34"ata tho. The VXR 31.5 is already pushing it for my ground blinds
Brian Houck
Brian Houck 6 meses atrás
Just ordered one for Christmas. Super excited had to shoot right hand at the bow shop now waiting for my left hand model with orange and black strings
JON B
JON B 6 meses atrás
thats my dilemma im a lefty and a 31" draw so its hard to find something i like . great video review as usual!
Mathews Triax
Mathews Triax 6 meses atrás
I shot both of the new 2020.There no quieter then the Triax or Vertix. The VXR 28 is a oz lighter then the Triax.
God sees all!!!
God sees all!!! 2 meses atrás
@Mathews Triax 👍🏼
Mathews Triax
Mathews Triax 2 meses atrás
@God sees all!!! That is a matter of opinion.The bow is no more faster. I shoot a 70 lb maxed at 72 lb. 28'' draw speeds of 306-310. with 390 gr. - 424 gr. quarter away shots, arrow blows through back of ribs through opposite front shoulder with a mechanical nap 100 gr. trivex head and a Bloodline arrow with 50gr inserts . Cut at 28.5'' = 424 gr.. What else would I need? Maybe in a couple years I may upgrade. Replace my back up bow Halon 6, with my Triax.
God sees all!!!
God sees all!!! 6 meses atrás
Yea and better grip, switch weight so 75 pounds meaning better performance and the biggest thing the riser being longer, the VXR is a much better, faster more accurate performing bow!
Never Enough
Never Enough 6 meses atrás
Looks like 70 lb draw is kikn your bum bum
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 6 meses atrás
Well I'm left handed and this bow is right handed so yeah it's a little rough haha
Ron Smit
Ron Smit 6 meses atrás
Nice review. Im on the hunt for a new bow tossing up between the VXR and the NXT after reviewing them both. whats your thoughts?
dmartinez1993
dmartinez1993 6 meses atrás
Great review. I like how you now shoot the bow while the camera is sideways and not behind you, that way we can see the shot characteristics at the moment of release. Just started following you, I think your videos are top notch. Keep up the great work.
DJT
DJT 6 meses atrás
Anxious to see how it compares to the 28
Dave E.
Dave E. 6 meses atrás
God, they make the ugliest bows on the planet.
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 6 meses atrás
All personal opinion!
TomMonahan
TomMonahan 6 meses atrás
I keep waiting for the 28 review. Glad I found your channel. Awesome content!
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 6 meses atrás
@TomMonahan I appreciate that! Thanks for your support. Feel free to teach with any questions in the future.
TomMonahan
TomMonahan 6 meses atrás
Inside Out Precision I’ll be watching! I’m just getting back into archery and you have a gift for teaching archery. You’re content is outstanding!
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 6 meses atrás
Its dropping tomorrow morning ar 6:00am pst!
Dre Sted
Dre Sted 6 meses atrás
Does Mathews still do their own trade show? They ever put out something else around ATA show time? A 7” brace height one of these would be pretty sweet.
Dre Sted
Dre Sted 6 meses atrás
@Inside Out Precision alright, thanks.
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 6 meses atrás
They don't. Everything they will release this year is out at this point.
Steven Ferronato
Steven Ferronato 6 meses atrás
Awesome review, I'm on the fence between this and the Axius Ultra. Im 6'5 and have a 31 inch draw, so I'd be concerned about the string angle. I'd like to not have to move my face into the string to get it into my nose, but not sure I buy the hype that the shorter ATA Mathews shoots the same as a 34-35 inch ATA bow
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 6 meses atrás
Well the ultra will be more forgiving due to its larger brace height, and the string angle won't be as severe at your draw length. I'd recommend just shooting them both and seeing which you prefer
Tommy Monzon
Tommy Monzon 6 meses atrás
How would compare the VXR to your Traverse?
Tommy Monzon
Tommy Monzon 6 meses atrás
Inside Out Precision Thanks for your reply. Wanted to hear your thoughts before I tried them. I shoot an old Mathews Switchback, which I purchased new, 15 years ago. Killed a mule deer at 43 yards in early November in Utah, with a perfect shot. The deer was down & dead in less than 10 seconds My DW is 62 lbs & my DL is 28.5. I'm 70 years old & still enjoy the outdoors. I'll let you know of the outcome, after I try out the two bows. Thanks again for your input.
Rusty Shackleford
Rusty Shackleford 6 meses atrás
I shot them both at 60 and I like my traverse better vxr is a nice bow but I wouldn't say its much better they both hold very well the traverse has a better less stiff draw a little better string angle a more forgiving brace height vxr is a little lighter but not much and both very quiet but I shot them both as equally good
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 6 meses atrás
Aims just as well, is a little lighter, but isn't quite as forgiving due to its shorter brace height.
Killcarteragain !
Killcarteragain ! 6 meses atrás
Wondering which is better for 27.5-28 inch draw. The 28 or 31.5.
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 6 meses atrás
We have sold twelve of the 31.5's since Monday and one 28. Unless you're draw is under 27-26.5" Ireally dont see any benefit in going with the shorter bow.
IIDASHII
IIDASHII 6 meses atrás
I;m in the "haven't bought a bow in over decade" camp. I Was waiting until the 2020 bows came out so I could get a Traverse for a bit less money. Now I want a VXR! LOL.
Rusty Shackleford
Rusty Shackleford 6 meses atrás
@Mathews Triax lol wrong you can get a traverse for 800 if you look
Mathews Triax
Mathews Triax 6 meses atrás
The price isn't no difference. You will only save like 10 dollars.
Dustin Weddle
Dustin Weddle 6 meses atrás
Awesome info. I might have gotten this bow if I didn’t just buy a 2019 Bowtech SR6. Just curious if you will ever do a review on the SR6?
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 6 meses atrás
Probably not as we aren't a BowTech dealer. I've tuned plenty of them though and they seem to shoot well
Shane Ziegler
Shane Ziegler 6 meses atrás
Thank u for the honest review, definitely picking one of these up very soon👍
Beau Rogers
Beau Rogers 6 meses atrás
How do u think it compares to the traverse on how well it holds and shoots I have the traverse but I'm thinking of getting one of these instead but what's your thoughts with the riser being longer and all just curious it looks like the riser is more reflexed I think Is the word I'm looking for
Rusty Shackleford
Rusty Shackleford 6 meses atrás
I have one also and shot the 31.5 both shoot good but the traverse has a better draw less stiff better string angle and more forgiving brace height both hold very easy vxr is a nice bow but it ain't head and shoulders better
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 6 meses atrás
It holds every bit as well as the traverse in my opinion, but the traverse has over a half inch longer brace height, making it more forgiving on the shots where you don't do your part as well as you should. The shorter brace height is result of the more reflexed riser.
Long Range Shooting Club
Splendid review! Thanks for talking sense through 22 minutes!
Donovan Stockton
Donovan Stockton 6 meses atrás
Nice looking bow. It seems your draw cycle with this video is really low which would be a huge issue for someone like me who shoots a Stan Perfex long neck thumb release. Doing so will cause unintended releases as that thumb hits one's body. Was there any reason for the low drawing or was it just something you didn't think much about since you were using an index finger release?
Donovan Stockton
Donovan Stockton 6 meses atrás
Trevor Harris that explains it. That’s really good to know. When overbowed with # that’s likely what archers do. I’ve had that same problem when drawing in extreme cold weather and up a tree with no wind protection. 70# on ground in decent weather feels like nothing.
Chompo
Chompo 6 meses atrás
He's left handed and drawing a right-handed bow for the review. It's probably a difference in strength and comfort drawing with his non-dominant hand.
AP Outdoors
AP Outdoors 6 meses atrás
when you buy one of the vxr bows does it come with the other draw weight mods or do u have to buy them separately
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 6 meses atrás
It will only come with the weight that you order it in. If you want to change after you purchase it you would need to buy the mods
Truckin With Mikey
Truckin With Mikey 6 meses atrás
I made it to the shop and got to shoot a VXR and the #2 cam hoyt rx-4. I really liked both bows. I was my suprized by the rx-4. I went to the shop feeling like I only wanted a 28 VXR. I like a short bow. The hoyt really suprized me how short it really was. I was just as small as the VXR side by side. The Mathews was still top heavy. I left the shop in love with the Hoyt rx-4.. really hope you get a chance to review the #2 cam on the alpha. 28" 70# number 2 cam. I now it's not a hug different but I'd love to see just what the difference is. My shop only had one #2 cam. They have more coming. Have a great week dude.
Truckin With Mikey
Truckin With Mikey 6 meses atrás
@Rusty Shackleford but thanks dude. Will be soon as I can lol
Truckin With Mikey
Truckin With Mikey 6 meses atrás
@Rusty Shackleford I didn't buy one yet
Rusty Shackleford
Rusty Shackleford 6 meses atrás
Enjoy your new bow
Jeremy Lee
Jeremy Lee 6 meses atrás
For hunting out west, spot and stalk mostly, shooting some longer distances...would you choose the Traverse or the VXR??? Was 100% sold on the Traverse but this review has me questioning that now!
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 6 meses atrás
You really can't go wrong with either. Shoot them both and see which one suits you best!
Rusty Shackleford
Rusty Shackleford 6 meses atrás
You need to shoot them side by side to decide that I shot the vxr the other day wasn't enough to make me change shot them both accurate at 60 but I do like the traverse draw better not saying the vxr is bad but the traverse is better not a fan of the switch weight don't feel they draw as nice with them on the cams compared to ones without any also the traverse is still the longer ata bow with a more forgiving brace height but the vxr riser is longer but I held them both just as steady and grouped similar
Shooter McGavin
Shooter McGavin 6 meses atrás
Good review man. First time watching your channel. That bow looks great and appears to perform as good as it looks.... really like the new color they offer. I would pick one up if I didn’t buy the Vertix last year.
Mitchell Blount
Mitchell Blount 6 meses atrás
Would you chose this bow over your Traverse, given your draw length? I am 30" and have been contemplating the Traverse.
Rusty Shackleford
Rusty Shackleford 6 meses atrás
@Mitchell Blount everything he said is exactly how I feel about the new bows but the traverse will be a more forgiving bow because of the brace height
Mitchell Blount
Mitchell Blount 6 meses atrás
thanks for the response. Since I am not a great shooter, struggling with TP, I am guessing I should lean towards the Traverse. If after you shoot the new one for a little while you conclude there are other reasons it may be the better choice for a 30" DL I would appreciate a follow up note. Thanks again.
Inside Out Precision
Inside Out Precision 6 meses atrás
I finally got a left handed one in yesterday and set it up to play around with. I also shoot a traverse at 30" and this bow aimed every bit as well. Although it holds extremely well, the 6" brace height isn't as forgiving as the 6⁵/⁸" brace height on the traverse. The string angle is slightly steeper than the traverse as well, but I didn't feel like i had to make any edit to my posture/alignment to get into my anchor comfortably.
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