ATA Show 2016: Martin Inferno 33

ATA Show 2016: Martin Inferno 33


Martin Archery bills its new Inferno 33 as the ultimate hunting bow, boasting a combination that includes a smooth draw cycle, compact measurements and impressive speed. Measuring 33 inches between the axles, the Inferno 33 has a 6 ½-inch brace height and an IBO speed rating of 333 fps in tandem with 80 percent letoff.

The Inferno is powered by Martin's StackForce split limbs and new Symmetry M4 Cams, which feature the first-ever quad-ring string system that virtually eliminated accuracy-robbing cam lean.


Our Editor in Chief Christian Berg got to shoot the Inferno 33 at ATA Show 2016.


The bow also features Martin's new WideRiser Technology that drives vibration away from the shooter's hand for a smooth, quiet shot. The Inferno 33 weighs 4 pounds, 6 ounces, accommodates draw lengths from 26 ½-30 inches and is available in peak draw weights of 50, 60 or 70 pounds.

It comes standard with Brownell string and cables and Kolorfusion finish in either Kryptek Highlander camo or black smoke. It's available right now with an MSRP of $899.

The Martin Inferno 33 was a popular bow at the ATA Show 2016 shooting lanes.

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