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Martin Jaguar Takedown Bow

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Price: $149.00 - $254.11
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  • Brace Height: 7 Inch
  • Mass Weight: 2.7 Pounds
  • AMO Length: 60 Inch
  • Right Hand Only
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Martin Jaguar Takedown Bow + 12 Shiny Black® 30" Fiberglass Target Practice Arrows + Bear Archery Target Armguard
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Product Description

The Martin Jaguar Take Down Bow has a smooth draw, a powerful shot, a durable riser, and a comfortable grip. Our list of important features isn't short. The Jaguar is an ideal choice for the archer wanting to give the traditional side a serious try. Laminated wood and glass limbs offer a smooth draw, but send an arrow with authority. You can easily remove limbs from the riser for convenient transport and storage. We even throw in an arrow rest, all for a very reasonable price. Let your curiosity get the best of you and give traditional a shot. Satisfying curiosity is what the Jaguar Take-Down is all about. Includes owners manual.
  • Brace Height: 7 Inch
  • Mass Weight: 2.7 Pounds
  • AMO Length: 60 Inch
  • Right Hand Only
  • Black
  • Draw Weight: 30 Pound

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B005F3GOYS
  • Item model number: JTB
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (92 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,970 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

As of so far, this bow has exceeded my expectations!
Kyle Myers
I've been shooting this for a while now and i just love this bow and would recommend it to anyone.
Cliff Julian
This bow was very easy to assemble and is a blast to shoot.
Dedicated Dad

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

117 of 123 people found the following review helpful By sciether on August 5, 2011
I've been having mine for a year and have 29 years shooting archery. Yeah cheaper bows like this may have the occasional defect, but from what I've read on other reviews there are more defective newbies stringing them than bad bows. Also Martin archery stands behind their bows period, if its defective they will make it right! If you are a newbie go to a range learn how to shoot and string a recurve, almost every range has rentals. And I have yet to meet a rude stuck up person that shoots at any ranges(they all love to share advice, teach & learn, if not they wouldn't be there) Once you know archery is for you this bow is as good as any bow out there and costs way less than the majority of them. It breaks down & packs up easily. If you want to use it as a bowfishing I would suggest sanding and sealing the limbs sides to seal the wood core from water damage. Dont buy the higher poundage if you really want to shoot targets alot, the 40lb is my bowfishing bow and I can easily hit a 2" bullseye @ 20yards without wearing you out & killing your abilty to be accurate. This coming from a guy that shoots 80lbs to hunt. The one true statement of archery its an aquired skill, no one is good at it from the start, it takes patience & practice.
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35 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Connor on August 9, 2012
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Great bow. Easy to assemble, easy to fire. However, there were a few issues.

- Arrow rest.
The arrow rest is plastic, and not well made. The plastic wears down after about an hour's worth of shooting. Note: the bow universally accepts arrow rests, and there are plenty available, from Amazon to Academy.

- Instructions.
The instructions on the construction of the bow were so-so. The instructions consist solely of a picture of where the parts fit together, with no accompanying text.

- Stringing the bow.
If I didn't have a friend that knew how to string a bow to show me how it's done, I would have to go to the internet to find out. The bowstringer and the instructions that came with it are VERY ambiguous and AGAIN there is no accompanying text, only pictures. Martin is assuming the customer has a base knowledge of how to operate a bowstringer.

So, none of these issues are detrimental to the user experience, so the bow gets 4 Stars.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Nedneck on February 5, 2013
I have been shooting bows for a long time and my old 1 got to small. I just bought this bow on bow viper.com for $119 its a 45 pound draw. I like it better than my brothers Fred Bear bow. Its shoots good with Easton 2117 arrows. you need heavy arrows for this bow... I would highly recommend this bow for beginners and archers at higher levels of skill.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Berto on February 28, 2012
Color Name: BlackSize Name: 40-Pound Verified Purchase
I bought this bow as my first starter bow. It is amazing considering it only cost 150 or so bucks. There are cheaper bows that start at 100 dollars but they don't feel as sturdy as this one.

The aluminum raiser (handle) is one of the most solid peices of metal I have ever had in my hand. And it feels more like you are holding a loaded gun rather than a bow. Some people prefer the lighter bows but I like that sturdy feel. The limbs are very strong yet they offer a smooth draw and clean release. The only downside for me personally was the huge wide arrow rest on the raiser but this bow is geared more towards hunters that trick out there bows where as I favor more traditional shooting but other than that this bow is flawless.

If you want to start shooting but not spend loads of money and yet still have quality equipment, this is the bow is it. It both apeals to hunters and begenniers who are just looking to practice or do some 3D shooting.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Kyle Myers on March 17, 2014
Color Name: CamouflageSize Name: 50 Verified Purchase
As of so far, this bow has exceeded my expectations! I have not had a chance to shoot it myself, but my 17 year old son uses one of these bows in his competition tournaments and swears by this bow! This prompted me to get one. Overall construction and material seem to be of high quality. One thing that sticks out to me is the arrow rest is flimsy plastic with metal nuts and does not seem thoroughly thought through when adding this to the bow. I read others with the same concerns and they replaced theirs with an aftermarket rest. I will follow suit. It does have a nut for a counterbalance as well as appears to have a place for a sight too. Stringing the bow with the supplied stringing tool makes it a hell of a lot easier that what I made it out to be! ( I had the assembled bow between my legs and and trying to bend it down to loop the string and got it within half an inch of being able to get it around the tip! Very disappointed in myself for not using the tool! My wife was laughing at me)
I had to look to find a place that described how long of an arrow to use. When I did find it, the site told me, with my arms outstretched, to measure the distance between my middle finger tip to middle finger tip, then divide that measurement by 2.5, then add 2 to 3 inches so that the arrow head does not come into contact with the bow frame. Mine looked like this: 72.5"/2.5=29" , then 29" + 3 = 32" in arrow length from the pit of the knock to the tip of the arrow, NOT including the arrow head! (I added this because it took me a while to find this information)
An additional note: Something that would make this a better deal is if there was some sort of a carrying case or carrying bag to have this in that could either be used by itself or attached to someones hunting/survival bag using Molle webbing. Just a thought I had.
When I have a chance to shoot my bow, I will update this review accordingly.
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