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    Should be interesting

    with the Mathews 360 already introduced and the 320 and 400 coming. Going to be and interesting year.
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    I like the looks of the 400.
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    the 400 is a sharp looking bow from the pics and if I ever bought a mission that would be my choice. I bet the 320 would look good like that too
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    Exciting ... isn't it?
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    Some great design ideas especially being able to turn down the poundage and being able to change strings in the field. It is surely a very light crossbow with it's skelotonized stock and butt plate. This is truly a very tac-cool crossbow with alot of Darton patents in it. It will be interesting to see how this bow will hold up since it doesn't have the inherit energy absorbing mass of a heavier bow.

    Neil

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    I hear there is going to be a delay on getting the 400 to dealers. Don't know if it's true or not.
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    I like the looks of mathews bows. Really like the wooden grips. Just wish they were faster.

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    I think they are smart in cautiously approaching those speeds where things begin to happen......not good things. JMO
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    Jig fisherman-I held the Mathews today and it was very heavy, not light like you stated.

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    Grounder, compared to what? It is not balanced too well due to the fact it's long but compared to most other compound crossbows I think it's fairly light in weight.
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    No 400,s for this year, they said they were to build a new 70,000 ft building for crossbows only and it did not happen for this year, they just not meet the demand.



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