APA Mamba 32 TF Review - By Brandon Barfield
- IBO Speed up to (fps) – 353
- Brace Height – 6 5/8
- Let Off % – 75
- Axle to Axle (in) – 32 1/4
- Physical Weight (lbs) – 3.8
- Draw Weights (lbs) – 50,60,70,80
- Draw Lengths (in) – 25 – 30 1/2
- Kinetic Energy – 96.87
- MX Cams
- Twin Flex Limbs
- Cam Lock System (Can Change String & Cables In The Field)
- Carry Handle
- Riser Fang
- Camera Mount
- Tool Center(Carbide Sharpener,Nock & Broadhead Wrench
- EZ Tune Modules
- Soft Touch Armor
- Thin Grip
- Ultra Slim & Compact
- Rear Stabilizer Mount
Hunter Or Shooters Bow?
With our first few arrows released, one question must be answered. Is this a hunters bow or a shooters bow? Few bows out there could be used for both categories. The Mamba 32 TF seems to be such a bow.
The generous brace height of 6 5/8, 32.25" axle to axle, speed, exclusive features and tune-ability of this bow make it the most versatile bow We have ever shot.
With a 32.25" axle to axle and 6 5/8 brace height one might not expect to be hitting the speeds this bow is capable of. The highly efficient MX cams and Twin Flex limb technology kick this bow into overdrive. Our chronograph testing with a 450grain arrow setup hit speeds of 332.9fps using a 70lb bow and 30" draw.
Upon shooting there was zero hand shock or vibration noticed. The Mamba 32 TF will not try to jump out of your hand either, which is surprising considering the bows weight (just 3.8lbs) and speed.
The kinetic energy the Mamba 32 TF generates is unreal. (96.87). Wether your arrow hits a deer or a bag, the impact is devastating. Whatever you shoot with this bow, expect carnage.
If you are in the woods or at the range you can't help but enjoy the Mamba 32 TF.
This bow comes loaded with extras no other bow on the market have.
The carry handle makes long hikes through the woods or mountains a breeze. You won't believe how hassle free carrying your bow through tough terrain can be.
Using the cam lock system you can change your strings, cables or make adjustments in the field or while in your stand. Any elk or mountainous hunter know how useful a feature like this can be. No need to pack a spare bow of something happens, just bring extra strings and cables in your pack. The system is fast and easy to use. Pull the cam lock pin out, apply pressure to the string and place the lock pin in the cam and your ready to work on your bow.
The tool center has an array of useful tools at your disposal. Included is a carbide sharpener for sharpening broadheads or your knife. There are also wrenches for adjusting your nock and tightening your broadhead.
A camera mount is built right into the riser. No need to buy aftermarket mounts that may not work. I noticed less vibration from the shot with this system as opposed to other aftermarket mounts as well.
APA's signature Riser Fang is a tool I find myself using way more in the field than I thought I would. It works brilliantly. You can hang your bow almost anywhere with confidence it will not slip or fall.
This Mamba 32 TF is a must own for any hunter or shooter. If you see this bow in a shop or at a show, give it a try.