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Sky Warrior
03-04-2008, 11:05 PM
Post your actual Mystic speed, arrow weight, draw length, draw weight.

Also your thoughts on Mini M-Pro vs. Furious cams for target shooting at 25" draw length and 35 lbs draw weight?

Thanks

Bryan

flytier17
03-05-2008, 12:31 AM
Definetly Furious X, or Furious for target. Dual Cams are much more tunable, have better nock travel, etc... Furious X eliminates the cable guard, which means no limb twist, cam lean, etc... Making it more accurate and easier to tune as well.

bfisher
03-05-2008, 03:02 PM
No doubt about this. If you want the utmost in sustainable accuracy you want the dual cam version. Furious X. It depends on just how serious you want to get.

bfisher
03-05-2008, 03:04 PM
I'm kind of puzzled. If just for shooting target and with a 25" draw at 35# why are asking about speed? What kind of target venue are you planning on shooting.

Sky Warrior
03-07-2008, 05:05 PM
Mainly FITA to 70 meters and some indoor spots. I'm disable and shoot one handed with a mouth tab, thus the low draw weight and shorter length.

flytier17
03-07-2008, 07:58 PM
wOW, THAT MUST TAKE DETERMINATION. yOU ARE SURELY A DIE-HARD ARCHER IF i EVER SAW ONE. i TAKE MY HAT OFF TO YOU.

flytier17
03-07-2008, 07:58 PM
Sorry, musta hit Capslock.

bfisher
03-07-2008, 09:31 PM
Mainly FITA to 70 meters and some indoor spots. I'm disable and shoot one handed with a mouth tab, thus the low draw weight and shorter length.

Kudos to you. I've only ever heard of a few people that shoot your way. As Flytier 17 says, it takes a lot of determination and surely a love of the sport.

Are you presently shooting a Mystic or are you researching for a future purchase? How many forums have you been on? I seriously doubt you'll get musch response here. Might be better off posting on www.archerytalk.com in the General section.

It seems lately like Darrenhood, Flytier and I have a lock on this site. Always nice to see new blood, but there's just so much more info and expertise on AT. With 80,000 members someone has to answer.

Wish you luck over there.