Long Axle To Axle Compound Bow Models 2022 – New List

The table below has a list of long axle to axle compound bow models for 2022.

Long Axle To Axle Compound Bow. Target archer pre-drawing bow.

Included in the specs is the axle to axle length for easy comparisons between archery manufacturers and bow models.

Also the table lists the bows brace height, mass weight, draw length and draw weight of the bow.

Speed of the bow in FPS (Feet Per Second) is included as well.

The new data has both target model, field and 3D archery bows and some bowhunting models with long axle to axle compound bows.

2022 models of Mathews, Hoyt, PSE Archery, Darton, MyBo, Martin Archery, Prime and Bowtech are covered.

(If you are after complete data list for the new 2022 compound models, click on Compound Bow Models 2022)

 

Why Use A Long Axle To Axle Compound Bow?

The longer axle to axle compound bow has some advantages of stability with the longer length string angle at full draw.

The longer length makes it ideal for the target archer, long draw archer and compound finger shooters.

Also the extra weight (to a certain degree) of the longer bow riser can also be an advantage for holding on target when aiming and staying on target after the release.

The extra mass weight can absorb more recoil, feeling nicer and make the bow quieter to shoot. (Depending on design.)

Torque, (griping the bow and twisting it) seems less of an issue with longer bows for some archers.

 

Long Axle To Axle Compound Bows 2022 List

It is getting harder to find them, so we have compiled a list of longer axle to axle bows.

Every year the majority of compound bows get shorter, so it is hard to say what a long axle to axle compound bow is today. But we will go with bows over 36” axle to axle for 2022.

BrandModelAxle to Axle LengthSpeed FPS Draw LengthDraw WeightBrace HeightWeight
Athens ArcheryPeak 3838"3.327.5" - 33.5"40, 50, 55, 60, 65, 70 lbs7"U/K
BowtechSpecialist 238"32223" - 32 1/2" 40, 50, 60 lbs7.125"4.5 lbs
BowtechReckoning 3838"32527" - 32" 50, 60, 70 lbs7.125"4.9 lbs
Darton Archery2022 Vegas E 3D37 1/2"325 - 33025.5" - 31"40, 50, 60, 70 lbs7"4.72 lbs
Darton Archery2022 Vegas - E T38 1/2"310 - 31526.5" - 32"40, 50, 60, 70 lbs7 7/8"4.8 lbs
Darton Archery2022 Tempest ET37 1/4"310 - 31526" - 31"40, 50, 60, 70 lbs7 5/16"5.2 lbs
Darton Archery2022 Tempest E 3D36"320 - 32525" - 30"40, 50, 60, 70 lbs7 5/16"5.1 lbs
Elite ArcheryRezult 3636"33023" - 30"40, 50, 60, 70 lbs6.8125"4.7 lbs
Elite ArcheryRezult 37.75"32524" - 31"40, 50, 60, 70 lbs7"4.3 lbs
Hoyt ArcheryHighline36 1/2"34529" - 32" 32.5" - 34" 50, 60, 70 lbs7 7/8"4.9 lbs
Hoyt ArcheryInvicta 37 SVX37 1/4"33023.5" - 25.5" 26" - 27" 27.5" - 28.5" 29" - 30"40, 50, 55, 60, 70 lbs7"4.7 lbs
Hoyt ArcheryInvicta 37 DCX37 1/2"32424.5" - 26" 26.5" - 28" 28.5" - 30"40, 50, 55, 60, 70 lbs7 3/8"4.7 lbs
Hoyt ArcheryInvicta 40 SVX40 1/4"32527" - 28" 28.5" - 29.5" 30" - 31" 31.5" - 32"40, 50, 55, 60, 70 lbs7 1/4"4.9 lbs
Hoyt ArcheryInvicta 40 DCX40 1/2"31625.5" - 27" 27.5" - 29" 29.5" - 31"40, 50, 55, 60, 70 lbs7 5/8"4.9 lbs
Hoyt ArcheryAltus DCX38"32224.5" - 26" 26.5" - 28" 28.5" - 30"40, 50, 55, 60, 70 lbs7 1/8"4.6 lbs
Hoyt ArcheryAltus SVX38 1/4"32822.5 - 24.5" 25 - 26" 26.5 - 27.5" 28" - 29" 29.5" - 30" 40, 50, 55, 60, 70 lbs6 7/8"4.6 lbs
Martin ArcheryLegend 73037.5"335SD 25.5" - 28.5" LD 28.5" - 31.5"45, 50, 60, 65, 70 lbs6" 7/8"5.42 lbs
Martin ArcheryAxxon 737"333SD 25.5" - 28.5" LD 28.5" - 31.5"50, 55, 60, 65, 70 lbs7 3/8"U/K
Martin ArcheryNXT 4039.5"328SD 26" - 29" LD 29" -32"50, 55, 60, 65, 70 lbs7"3.93 lbs
Martin ArcheryNXT 839 3/4"32227" - 30" 30" - 33"55, 60, 65, 70 lbs8"3.93 lbs
Martin ArcheryANAX 3838"328SD 26" - 29" LD 29" - 32"50, 55, 60, 65, 70 lbs7"U/K
MathewsTRX 38 G23832925" - 31.5"50, 60, 70 lbs7"4.87 lbs
MathewsTRX 363633424" - 30.5"50, 60, 70 lbs6.5"4.66 lbs
MathewsTRX 404032525.5" - 32"50, 60, 70 lbs7"4.93 lbs
MathewsConquest 440.62531024" - 29" 28" - 32"40, 50, 60, 70 lbs7"4.4 lbs
Moxie ArcheryBadger X38 1/4"31825" - 31"40, 50, 60, 70 lbs7 1/4"4.6 lbs
Moxie ArcheryOrigin37 1/2"32526" - 32 1.2"30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80 lbs7 3/8"4.3 lbs
Moxie ArcheryOrigin 237 9/16"33125.5" - 32"30, 40, 50, 60, 70 lbs6 3/4"3.9 lbs
MyBoRevolution 3737"320 -32527.25″-31.25″ 25.75″-28.5″ 23.75″-26.75″40, 50, 60 lbs7"4.8 lbs
MyBoRevolution 4040"310 -31528.5″-32.5″ 27″-29.75″ 25″-28″40, 50, 60 lbs7.5"5 lbs
MyBoEdge38.5"31829″ – 32″ 25″ – 30″40, 50, 60 lbs7.75" 7.25"4.9 lbs
Prime ArcheryNexus 636"33124.5" - 31.5"40, 50, 60, 70, 80 lbs6.5"4.55 lbs
Prime ArcheryBlack 939"32527.5" - 33"40, 50, 60, 65, 70, 80 lbs7"4.7 lbs
PSE ArcheryCitation SE40"314 - 30628" - 33 1/2"50, 60 lbs7 3/4"5.2 lbs
PSE ArcheryCitation EM40"330 - 32224" - 30"50, 60 lbs7 1/4"5.2 lbs
PSE ArcheryCitation 36 SE36"329 - 31626 1/2" - 32"50, 60 lbs7 1/4"4.9 lbs
PSE ArcheryCitation 36 EM36"320 - 312 @ 28 1/2"26 1/2" - 32"50, 60 lbs6 3/4"4.9 lbs
PSE ArcherySupra RTX 37 - SE37"326 - 31826 1/2" - 32 "50, 60 lbs7"4.7 lbs
PSE ArcherySupra RTX 37 - EM37"332 - 322 @ 28 1/2"22 1/2" - 28 1/2 "40, 50, 60 lbs6 5/8"4.7 lbs
PSE ArcherySupra Focus RTX 40 - SE40"320 - 31228" - 33 1/2"50, 60 lbs8"5 lbs
PSE ArcherySupra Focus RTX 40 - EM40"333 - 32524" - 30"50, 60 lbs7 1/2"5 lbs
PSE ArcheryLazer37"323 - 31524" - 30 1/2"40, 50, 60 lbs7 1/2"4.5 lbs
BrandModelAxle to Axle LengthSpeed FPS Draw LengthDraw WeightBrace HeightWeight

Why we are covering the compound lengths, here are some more common FAQ and information about them.

 

What Does Axle To Axle Mean On A Bow?

It is the length of a compound bow. Measured from the axle to axle.

(The total length of the bow from end of the cams to end cams, are NOT measured.)

Sometimes it can be stated as A.T.A. which stands for “Axle To Axle.” (Not to be confused with A.T.A. for Archery Trade Association. Which was previously known as AMO. Or Archery Manufactures Organization.)

 

How To Measure Axle To Axle On A Bow?

A tape measure is used to from the center point of the axle to the center point of the other axle.

The axle which is mounted on or in the end of the limbs is the pivot point for the cams.

The cams will stick out further are NOT included in the compound bows stated length.

Archery equipment is normally used in imperial measurements. As such, the axle to axle is measured in inches.

 

Long Vs Short Axle To Axle Bows.

A short length compound bow is ideal for tree stands and blinds with limited room, but a longer length bow has benefits for bowhunting as well.

A shorter bow potentially has less mass weight, so it can be carried easier for long distances.

For smaller framed archers a lighter weight bow is easier to handle.

Some target archers like the stability of a longer length bow.

Some say it just balances better at full draw and the extra weight helps hold on the target better and absorb recoil and noise.

Longer compound bows have less string pinch angle for finger shooters.

A tall archer with a longer draw length may benefit from a longer compound bow.

Target archers are scoring high with both long, medium and short length compound bows.

Most long compound bows today are generally target bows with bright colors and lighter poundage ranges. So for the bowhunter who likes the longer axle to axle length, they are hard to find in camo colors and heavier draw weight poundage’s like in the 70 pound draw weight. But there are a few listed here.

 

Conclusion

Longer axle to axle compounds have a place for 3D archery, field, target archery, bowhunting, and finger shooting both with sights and barebow and for longer draw length archers.

While medium length and shorter bows have plenty of advantages, the longer compound has many benefits as well.

We hope you received value from the data table of the new long axle to axle compound bows for 2022.

 

Resources And Extra Information

Tips On Archery Shooting and Hacks

Glossary Of Archery Terms

Parts Of A Compound Bow (With Pictures)