Mathews are still making that bow, and its design goes back to the C3 and C2. I wonder how long they will continue to make it? I have had a few C3's and C4's over the years, and have a C3 in bits which I might resurrect one day.
True about the Solocam marketing. Yes Braden was a shooting an A7 I believe, but the only trouble with them over modern designs is that you have no adjustability on the cam.well, as long as they've got shirts and hats with 'Mathews solocam' on, it's probably a good idea to sell at least one bow that comes as a solocam! :laughing: and that way, when archers inconveniently go round breaking world records with an old bow, people can still buy it! (though I think Braden's 718 was an Apex 7)
Agree, with a more adjustable cam it would be a winner, but I guess it is never going to be evolved. Plus Mathews have dropped "Solocam" from their logo so that might pave the way for quietly dropping it....There are bows out there that are single cam and have a rotating module. If Mathews did the same for the C4 it could go on for a lot longer.