i dig it for sure.
You certainly got a nice bow NN.:cool:
Got to admit I like it. So since I am a lefty you''ll let me borrow it Huh!
Oh btw nice grouping that bow is going to cost you some arrows.
Looks nice all setup,what it do through the chrono!
Went to the range today and had a good time. I've said before, the more I shoot the Firecat the more I like it. I toasted three arrows today from 25-40 yards. My groups seem to tail off from 50-65, maybe I just need more practice there. This was at 45 and I gotta admit I was getting a little tired. So far I have no complaints, still working on getting it a little quieter. I shot some heavier arrows (485gr) a few days ago and it was significantly quieter. I don't know if I'm going to go that route yet, I'd like to stay 425-450. Going to get the limbsaver sts bumper and most likely a string from Hutch and see where it's at then.
my exile has a terrible dip job to. i mean real bad, part of the reason is probably because i bought it on a shelf at cabelas, but the actual dip was bad to like some spots were sputtered up looking, and its things as simple as this that keep martin on the back burner, do you ever see a matthews, bowtech, or hoyt bow with blemishes. im sure they are out because nothing is perfect, but the quality and craftsmanship behind the paint on a matthews bow or other more expensive bows are single to none. there perfect. im not knocking martin though, i payed 660 dollars for a fully set up bow, with arrows and a case, release and everything i needed to shoot that day. and it was for a bow that shoots as good as any of the other names listed above
i only bought the bow in a package with the copper john sights and mantis rest, i bought the release i wanted, the case i wanted, the arrows i wanted, the field tips and broadheads I wanted, the stabilizer string leeches, and limb silencers that i wanted, the peep I wanted, the arm guard I wanted and a whole buch of more stuff. Not to mention its cabelas. Plus everything I bought that doesnt have a great warranty of its own has a cabelas warranty. So 660 not so bad. Especially at cabelas. Ready to shoot, hunt, whatever i want to do except i didnt have a target.