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WestMichiganBowhunter
10-03-2012, 04:00 PM
I had the M2 pro on my bengal and it seemed like a nice cam...
i'm not sure if it really made the shot smooth or smoother.


I'm not sure if i should get the exile and get rid of the bear strike........

joelc
10-03-2012, 04:15 PM
I had the M2 pro on my bengal and it seemed like a nice cam...
i'm not sure if it really made the shot smooth or smoother.


I'm not sure if i should get the exile and get rid of the bear strike........

The Acu-Trak and M2 are essentially the same cam...only slight cosmetic differences. My advice would be to keep the Bear and buy the Exile...it's never a bad thing to mix company.

Hutch~n~Son Archery
10-03-2012, 04:22 PM
Exile!!!!!!!!

droppixel
10-03-2012, 06:52 PM
I had the M2 pro on my bengal and it seemed like a nice cam...
i'm not sure if it really made the shot smooth or smoother.


I'm not sure if i should get the exile and get rid of the bear strike........

Why not wait a little bit and put some thought into the 2013 Blade X4? Essentially the same bow - but you are going to get the new 2013 tech/pieces and the newer cam for essentially the same price that you will probably be spending on the Exile you are looking at. JMHO

elkslayer4x5
10-04-2012, 08:00 AM
Why not wait a little bit and put some thought into the 2013 Blade X4? Essentially the same bow - but you are going to get the new 2013 tech/pieces and the newer cam for essentially the same price that you will probably be spending on the Exile you are looking at. JMHO

Unless you're currently without a bow, Dp makes a lot of sense here, as he usually does. The Bear strike is currently working for you, and it won't be that much longer till the 2013 are at the dealers. Looks like the engineers at Martin have come up with an intovative new bow that would be woth the wait.

droppixel
10-04-2012, 09:42 AM
It just makes the most sense to me. Pricing for this bow could possibly be under $400 and you might even see a complete setup. BassPro has it listed on their site for $439 RTH. I'd personally change out some of those pieces, but if you have things you want to use, just hold tight until the dealers get some instock and see what their pricing is going to be.