I have a Matrix 330. I'm sure that someone will chime in with more info than I. I think the main difference is the limb length and power stroke. Sorry I can't give you more info.
I see your point.unless there are REAL, SIGNIFICANT or CRITICAL improvements, I can't see spending the kind of money they're asking for a newer, better, slicker, prettier, shinier, niftier model when there are older models still available as unsold inventory ?
I have both bows in my house and therefore, I keep an eye on posts about either. While the Matrix seems to be bullet proof, the Micro gets a ridiculous amount of breakage posts (limbs) when comparing the two.Does the Micros have more limb problems than the Matrix bows? Just throwing that out for conversation for prospective new buyers to learn from.
Agree.Seems like all the micro series bows have crazy draw weights, at least in the matrix lineup, draw weights are manageable enough that a rope cocker is all one needs.
That's what I'm wondering.Agree.
And are the benefits of a marginally shorter, narrower, and lighter crossbow in the Micro really worth it?
Great comparative illustration!...My crank is not trivial to cock but if you can open a can with a manual can opener you should be OK. It takes a couple more turns to cock a Matrix than a Micro but hardly noticable.