User Gallery: African & Miscellaneous
These were my FIRST TWO SHOTS with an LX I bought used from a friend at Unity College. Unbelievable "robin hood". Thanks for making a great bow.
This is the result of my first time hunting with my OUTBACK. Male Muflon, l14 meter shot, with a carbon arrow.
My first kill with my new bow. A great Corsica Ram, 25 yd. double lung shot.
I shot this 26 pound female Coyote on October 16th 2005 with my Mathews Mustang and I would like to share the story behind this unusual hunt. There was about 1 hour ½ left of daylight and things were pretty quite when I noticed a skunk appear in front of me. I watched it mill… Continue Reading →
I have been a die hard bowhunter for over 15 years. During this time much of my equipment has changed drastically, with the exception of my Mathews bows. I have found they are the smoothest, quietest, most accurate bows out there. The Mathews LX was my weapon of choice for overcoming the keen senses of… Continue Reading →
My wife bought me a Switchback for our anniversary present. On the first hunt out I came back with a Grey Wolf. Awesome gift, I love you Loretta and thank you Mathews.
We were practicing, and I can´t find my arrow, so we nottice that it was exactly in the same place than the other. In the picture appears Rodrigo and me on the right. I shoot with a Switchback, EXCELENT.
If you are shooting a Mathews LX there is no need for a second shoot.While practing on a farm north of town I was trying to shoot smaller groups and split this arrow. I have been shooting all my adult life and have broke alot of knocks and tore up fletching. But I have never… Continue Reading →
I shot this nice Impala Ram during my second time on Farm Okapunja, Namibia in 2005. The 72# of Mathews LX chased the carbon arrow through the ram at 22 yards. Horns measured 22" (56 cm) Amazing bow – good hunt – wonderful trophy. Thanks Mathews. Frank
My Bowhunt in Namibia on Farm Okapunja for the second time fortunately came true in 2005 as promised on an earlier story. This time with the Mathews LX set at 72#. After a whole day long, exciting as well as exhausting, hunt in a hide, by walk and stalk and finally again in a hide… Continue Reading →