Type: Posts; User: Jake-the-snake
Interesting. I've seen this on a blade, they weren't splinters or anything, just weird looking.
That blade shoots light out and those "cracks" haven't expanded or anything. I would think you're...
I have a 2007 C4 Cougar, with the SE limb pockets and 14" limbs. Fitted with the mPro cam. Set at 28" (I have the other modules) and is 55-70 lbs. it's in good condition. I actually re did the riser...
Call Martin and see what they can do. They may offer you something else to get you up and running
We actually called Martin today and are getting a few bows in. Im gonna be tryin my best to push them over Mathews. It's even harder to do, being located in Wisconsin.
That's right, Martin is gaining some interest back.
To start off, I'm working at a pro-shop that deals Mathews and Hoyt as their main bows. However, we are a dealer for Martin, but we do not...
Factory Specs are just a starting point/reference point to begin tuning. Every bow I've ever owned, I've tuned it "out of spec". A 1/4" long isn't anything to worry about.
It gets sketchy once...
I'm just gonna assume they won't have those limbs anymore, personally, if you love that bow, invest some money and get a set of Barnsdale limbs. You won't ever have to worry about limb problems
Limbdriver. I'm not a big fan of the full containment one, but others seem to like it. I personally use the older one
Move your nock point down or your rest up. If that doesn't help, twist the cables so it looks like the cams are "wrapping up" if the nitro cams are like the Cat Cams, it will help with speed and...
If you thought that was a great bow then you'll love any of the new bows with the Nitro 3 cams. Similar feel In my opinion
I too loved the cat cams
I'm think 35-37" A2A is all we're gonna see. Not bad for us release shooters, not good for you finger guys
Your stabilizer actually attaches below the grip, not where your blue arrow is. There should be a threaded hole there for it. On the back side under the grip, should be another hole. If not, then...
You can find front mount ones, they work well. Most aftermarket string stops should fit in the original hole in the back of the riser?
Maybe someone else has more knowledge about this bow
I've always had the limbs tight until my '08 Firecat had the top limb crack. Now I back them off a half turn.
Sold. Please close
Well that's interesting, but in a good way.
Ttt. Open to offers for trades
I have 9 Easton FatBoys, unfletched, with 90 grain glue in points, for sale.
A couple are missing the points and I think 2 are missing nocks
5 are 26.5" long
4 are 26" long
5 have the small...
Swapped limbs, almost got rid of the rubbing. Just slightly touching touching now. Shot the bow 20 times and no excess wear on the strings were visible, so all is good.
For a cheap bow, this thing...
Update. Was drawing the bow (just me today so no pics) and holy crap does the bottom cam lean hard to the left (RH bow). I'm gonna swap limbs and see if that helps
The new bows don't really come with spacers or washers, they look like stainless sleeves covering the axles. I'm thinking a thinner cable and halo serving would take care of this. I'll swap limbs...
The cam does lean at full draw, but nothin more than any other single cam I've seen. I'd hate to tear the bow down but if that's what it takes then so be it.
Is there anyway to correct bottom can...
Yeah that's what I'm referring to