Hoyt is one of the leading names in premier hunting bows, including the Alphamax 32. When it came out, Hoyt called the Alphamax 32 “The Bow That Smokes Them All,” and it offers impressive maneuverability and function and is well-balanced with a smooth release.
The lightweight, compact Alphamax 32 was meant to serve as a smaller, slightly more versatile version of the Alphamax 35. The first version came out in 2009, with two subsequent versions released in 2010.
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Hoyt Alphamax 32 Buying Guide
When the Alphamax 32 hit the scene in 2009, it made waves with some innovative design elements. The updates enhanced the eccentric system and limbs-to-riser connection for a better overall experience.
The Alphamax 32 featured a brand new modular XTR cam and ½ system, which allowed users to adjust draw length without a bow press.
Additionally, the newly designed ZT (Zero Tolerance) lock system improved accuracy and consistency (read.. Hoyt Charger Compound Bow).
Users can expect a smooth draw with minimal vibration. The smaller design makes it easy to use in tighter spaces.
- Lightweight, balanced design
- No bow press necessary to adjust draw length
- Quiet release with minimal vibration
- Priced well for a premium bow
- Let-Off 75%
- Limited choices of finish and color
Hoyt Alphamax 32 Specifications
- Brace Height: 7 inches
- ATA Length: 32 inches
- Draw Length: 26 inches to 30 inches
- Draw Weight: 40 pounds up to 80 pounds
- IBO Speed: 321 fps
- Mass Weight: 3.9 pounds
- Let-Off: 75%
Available Versions (2009 – 2010)
|Version||Brace Height||ATA Length||Draw Length||Draw Weight||IBO||Weight||Let-Off|
|2009 XTR CAM||7″||32″||26-30″||40-80 lbs”||321 FPS||3.9 lbs||75%|
|2010 Z3 CAM||7″||32″||23.5-25-5″||40-80 lbs”||321 FPS||3.9 lbs||65-75%|
|2010 XTR CAM||7″||32″||26-30″||40-80 lbs”||321 FPS||3.9 lbs||75%|