Compound Bows | Mathews Inc

By: Mathews  09-12-2011

The Heli

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features the new advanced GeoGrid™ riser, Harmonic Stabilizer Lite, and a lightweight Reverse Assist Roller Guard which results in a super smooth draw. The Heli

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also packs two decades’ worth of single-cam advancements into the all-new Heli

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Cam which produces speeds up to 332 feet per second with a generous 7” brace height.


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