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Hoyt Alphamax 32

Lightweight And Tough

A Tec-Lite riser, an adjustable modular XTR Cam & ½ System, Zero Tolerance Locking Pocket System (ZT Lock) and Five-Layer Parallel Split Limbs come together on Hoyt's new AlphaMax 32 to complete a package that will please everyone from whitetail hunters to Western game junkies.

The AlphaMax 32 weighs in at 3.9 pounds and measures 32 inches axle-to-axle. Also available is the AlphaMax 35, which measures 35 inches axle-to-axle and offers all the other features of the AlphaMax 32.


Contact: Hoyt, (801) 363-2990; www.hoyt.com.


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