Meet the 2021 Mathews TRX 34

By Brodie SwisherOctober 6, 2020

It’s an exciting time of year as hunting seasons crank up across the country. But it’s also an exciting time of the year due to the new bows being released for the coming year.

Mathews is among the first to launch new players in their lineup for 2021 with the introduction of several new bows in their popular TRX series. The TRX is the company’s tournament series of bows, known as some of the winningest bows in the world.

But the bow that really caught our eye is the new TRX 34, a crossover bow option for tournament shooters and hunters alike.

Check out the all-new Mathews TRX 34

Since the release of the TRX in 2016, no other compound bow has topped more professional podiums than the TRX Series. For 2021, Mathews introduces the new TRX 34 and TRX 38 Gen 2 to complete this line of world-class target bows.

At 34 inches axle-to-axle, the TRX 34 is a perfect crossover bow for hunters and target archers, while the TRX 38 G2 offers ultimate stability and forgiveness on the range. Both models offer a new 75 percent mod, which gives shooters a deeper valley, while the standard 80 percent mod and 70-V mods remain an option. The TRX 34 has an IBO rating up to 334 FPS and the TRX 38 G2 up to 329 FPS. 

Both models also share the features below…

The Mathews TRX 34 just might be the ultimate crossover bow for target archers and hunters alike.

Features Built In

NEW Dovetail Mount

Mathews teamed up with Quality Archery Design (QAD) to introduce the all-new UltraRest TRiTarget Rest. Built around the dovetail Integrate System, archers are promised the most secure rest-to-riser attachment possible with micro-adjustability in a streamlined package.

3D Damping

Reduces post shot vibration around all 3 axes stemming from the grip and improves balance at full draw.

AVS Bearings

Our ultra-strong bearings result in a more stable cam system which increases accuracy and consistency for the shooter.

Bridged Riser

The wider riser adds rigidity through the sight and rest mounting locations, while added cut-outs minimize weight.

Stabilizer Bushing

New enlarged diameter stabilizer bushings increase stiffness of shooters’ stabilizer set up, enhancing accuracy.

Check out the TRX 34 at your local Mathews retailer.

“The TRX Series has already proven to be a powerhouse on the tournament circuit,” said Mathews Team Shooter, Dan McCarthy. “The new TRX 34 adds even more versatility to the target line while the new TRX 38 G2 brings the latest Mathews technology to one of my favorite platforms in the lineup. Both of these models will only improve the TRX’s proven performance. Emily and I can’t wait to put them to work.”

The TRX 34 is available in multiple finish options and is priced at $1849. Go to Mathewsinc.com for full specifications, finish options, and more information on the 2021 target line, and experience them at your local Mathews Retailer.

Brodie Swisher
Brodie Swisher is a world champion game caller, outdoor writer, seminar speaker and Editor for Bowhunting.com. Brodie and his family live in the Kentucky Lake area of west Tennessee.
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