A few more pics...........
A view of the mod side of the cam shows the standard, -10 and -20 cable posts.....the -10 post is partially hidden by the limb.
mod side of cam with mod removed, notice the small silver post which keeps the mod from slipping.
cam side of mod, notice indents machined into mod that the cam post sits in.
Very nice review and thank-you.
As always thanks Jim! You certainly know your stuff! Anyone looking for a new bow Jim's the guy to go to!
What happened to the Pantera as being the only Martin bow to come stock with cloaked cams? I do like the 34" ATA on it.
The Pantera no longer comes standard with cloaked cams, but they are an option for it, as well as most of the Martin bows.
Originally Posted by NuttyNative
I thought the Pantera was supposed to be 35" A2A?
the review is much appreciated. can't wait til i find one to shoot
great job, well written. thanks for all the pictures.. :cool:
thanks for the pics and info.
Pretty good review with good pics. So if I'm seeing it right the STS is threaded and screws into a quick disconnect adaptor. I wonder if this could loosen up in time due to vibration from the string slapping it. I guess time will tell. I also see how they get that large adjustment for poundage and draw length; different pegs used which changes cam orientation. Kind of like the old days with different slots for the cables.
I'm impressed with the speed numbers given the shorter draw length you used. I would have to say that maybe, just maybe this cam will live up to the hype and get close to the IBO rating from the factory.
How do stated draw lengths measure for the different module settings. Are they close to the AMO lengths? I'm particularly imterested in draw lengths for the Scepter V if you plan on getting one in. I wish the industry standard were changed to True Draw. Forget adding that 1 3/4". Never going to happen.