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What is the difference? Any advantages or disadvantages?

It has been a LONG time since I have been on here. I did a little searching, but did not come up with anything.

I am considering selling BOTH of my Mathews and getting one bow to switch between hunting and 3-D/Target shooting.

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Did you mean Warthog MAG? If so per Martin:


The Warthog Mag isn’t a Speed-At-All-Costs
bow, but your chronograph may try to tell you it is.
Serious speed it has, but this Warthog is as stable on the
3-D range as any bow you’ve ever shot. Incredible stability
and accuracy made the original one of the most popular outdoor
foam killing machines of 2009, and now it’s been improved. A new
narrower 4X CoreFlex limb design, new CAT 2 Cam, new ROTO
Limb Pocket alignment system, all for improved consistency and

We may tout its ability on the 3-D range, but don’t think this Warthog
can’t hunt! Bone crunching energy and accuracy that places your arrow
on its mark makes it perfect for the field.


Speed: 350 FPS (70#, 30”, 350 gr.)
Let-Off: 80% (adjustable)
Draw Weights: 60#, 70#
Draw Lengths: 27” to 31”
Brace Height: 6.25”
Weight: 4.3 lbs.
Axle Length: 35”


• New Super Fast CAT 2 Cams
• Pivoting ROTO Cup System
• Official STS Shock Terminator Suppressor
• Integrated VEM Module, Grip, and
Shelf Dampening Package
• Dakota Bowstrings by Stone Mountain
• Steady and Accurate
• Thermal V Leather Backed Grip
• Precision Speed Bearings
• 4X Laminated CoreFlex Limbs
• Parallel Limb Design for Recoil and
Vibration Free Performance

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Discussion Starter #4
I am a little worried about the speed. I am about a 29.5" draw, so I am concerned if it will be difficult to get under the ASA speed limits without having to shoot a 500 grain arrow.

I know I can back it down to near 60 pounds, but I am curious to see what speeds you Martin Warthog shooters are getting. Especially you longer armed ones! :shade:
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