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Oregonhunter78
01-10-2010, 10:06 PM
What is the differance between the cat cams and the cat 2 cams? They look the same to me. Thanks.

baerman
01-11-2010, 06:02 AM
Good Morning to you Oregon Hunter,
I just got (about a month ago) a new Wart Hog with the Cat 2 cams. My understanding is that the cable on the new Cat 2 rides on a helical track that brings the cable in closer to the center line on the draw.....versus the straigt track of the Cat cam. I hope I got this right......and at least that's the way it appears on my new bow.

Take care and stay warm!
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bfisher
01-11-2010, 07:07 AM
That is about it. The reason for the "helical" wrapping of the cable is that as the cam rolls over the cable tracks closer to the center of the cam to eliminate cam lean at full draw. Other than that the specs seem to be the same.

Oregonhunter78
01-11-2010, 08:27 AM
Good morning guys. Thanks for the replys. I like my black one so much, i bought a new camo one with cat 2 cams. I have shot alot of brands and these warthogs are my favorite bow to date. Thanks again.

baerman
01-11-2010, 01:47 PM
Hello again Oregon Hunter,
I'm relatively new to the Wart Hog, but I've started shooting it a lot in the last couple of weeks. It took me a little while to grow accustomed to the roll over feel, but now have it down. I have a little tuning to do yet, but I believe that this might just be one of my favorite bows too. I know it sounds hokie to say something like this on a Marin site, but there's just something special about the way Martin puts these bows together.....man, can they ever shoot! My Bengal is grouping so well that I can't shoot two arrows into the target butt at 20 yards without risking breaking my arrow nocks off....I'll have the Wart Hog there soon, too.
Take care and shoot straight, brother!
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