Mathews No Cam HTR Mod Chart

Need to order a new set of Mathews No Cam HTR draw mods? If so, our handy Mathews No Cam mod chart will identify the set of mods that match your draw length.

The Mathews No Cam debuted in 2015 and was quite a controversial bow. The first in line from the departure from solo cam technology, this Mathews bow was not well received. This 32 inch axle to axle bow was rated for 330 feet per second, far from a speed demon. Additionally, the linear draw cycle started off stiff which was a major turnoff for many bowhunters.

Despite it’s many poor reviews, you will find a nearly equal amount of praise for the bow. I myself found it easy to tune. Moreover, it’s nearly non-existent vertical nock travel made it incredibly accurate – even with large fixed blade broadheads. Speed aside, the 6.625″ brace height on the Mathews No Cam HTR makes it a great hunting bow.

The Mathews No Cam HTR was discontinued in 2016. So if you purchase a used Mathews No Cam, you may need to change the draw mods to fit your draw length.

The charts below show which draw mod you need to order for your Mathews No Cam. Draw lengths range from 24 inches to 30 inches, which fits the majority of archers and bowhunters. Mods are available in 85%, 75% and 65% letoff.

Mathews No Cam HTR Mod Chart

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Mathews No Cam HTR Mod Chart

Mod LetterDraw Length85% Let Off Part #75% Let Off Part #65% Let Off Part #

Mathews No Cam HTR Mod Chart

Mathews No Cam HTR draw mods are available at your nearest Mathews Archery dealer. Unlike other companies, Mathews Archery keeps parts readily available for every compound bow they have ever produced. This makes it simple to maintain your bows even if something happens to go wrong. Simply visit the Mathews Archery website to find a dealer near you.

Mathews No Cam HTR Mod Chart

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