I shot one last year and still have it. 28" with mini max. Probablly the best aiming bow I've ever owned. Very forgiving and accurate. You'll love it. Oh and by the way I'm not a big Mathews fan. I have 4 Hoyts and only one Mathews. The Conquest and the Apex are the only Mathews I really care for
Mine is 26.5" draw with the Mini-Max cam and the draw weight is 48#. In my opinion the C4 is the best bow Mathews builds. I have owned the Apex 7, MQ-32, MQ-1, and currently also own a Prestige which I keep set up for 3-D. The Conquest 4 is quite fast and the draw cycle and wall of the mini-max cam is as good as it gets. Very smooth to draw and rock hard wall. The bow gives just the right amount of feed back when shot. This bow definitely is the pinnacle of single cam design. I would not take for mine. I would also add that this bow and cam combination does not have the cable serving problems that have been experienced with some of the other models.
3dn4jc shoots both the 3 and 4 and love them both, they both are winners on tours. I don't know much about the other brands of bows all I shoot are mathews. 32 in draw maxi cam, 350 grn. fatboys= 330 fps.:wink:
I have a C4 with the mini max cam at 28". I love the way the bow holds and shoots. I have a A7 that will become a hunting bow now. I had a C3 that I shot very well with, so the C4 with the inline grip should be even a better shooter. The mini max cam at 27.5 at 66 lbs. with a 345 gr. Fatboy shoots 283 FPS.
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