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m gardner
05-26-2008, 09:39 AM
Recently some scumbag broke into my truck and stole my bows. I think they thought the cases contained guns, not bows. The problem I had is when I went to replace them I couldn't find 45-60 pound draw weight Martins to buy and couldn't wait becuase I had to shoot that weekend. I shot the MOAB and loved it but couldn't shoot it at the sweet spot it liked at 63 pounds. I shoot alot (300 arows or more a week) and am old and get sore at higher poundage. I now own a PSE bow because it was one of the few they had that was in the 50 pound range. It's a sweet bow. Why don't the dealers at least stock a couple low poundage bows?
Mark

Stormbringer
05-29-2008, 11:27 PM
That's a real drag, I Strongly Dislike thieves!

You could have gone to Martin, and, requested a pair of 50# limbs +/-, then if you ever wanted to re-sell the bow, limb options offered with the bow deal will net most of your money back out of the bow!

Maybe!?! :confused:

Just remember, Martin bows can be made to order, and, Martin Archery has the best in customer service....second to none!

Over at ArcheryTalk.com, in the free classifieds, is where I found all the parts needed to build my '07 Black Ghost Flame, Scepter IV Elite...with Nitrous X cams...point is, if you want a Martin suited to you...just do it!
http://img48.imageshack.us/img48/8861/scepteriv3wall11mediumdh1.jpg
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