Yes, that is correct.
Type: Posts; User: Montalaar
Yes, that is correct.
I say also it wont be a good idea. The Scepter 2 has no parallel limbs which are designed for a lot of travel instead. Nitro-Cams do not need alot of limbtravel but higher preloads instead.
Just showing us a single cam.
Quite happy that those people do not start in e.g. german. Way more complicated grammar for us..
lol, still using it on some of my rigs..
On the ShadowCat they should be labelled C.A.T. 1.5 or 2.0, depending on the size. The differences are minor, as you may already discovered in the other thread. Performance differences are basically...
For 2015 you hear them shot in Hoyts' videos. :P
Just on a sidenote. I really agree with the both of you. Completely!
There is nearly no difference anyway.
Looks like Nitro.
Very nice. ;)
As mentioned before, use a Nitro Cam. They are basically the same architecture of Cams.
Where did you get the Cable/String lengths from? Sounds to me as if there is something not correct. Have you checked if you actually get the right amount of letoff?
Although the Nitrous-Cams are...
You cannot without sacrifice.
Either your cables all touch at the same point of time on the 2(4) modules and you have a nice wall in full draw, or they do not. As you need to keep both Cams always...
No assembled ones. May i ask what you need them for?
Besides i only have C cams..
You could post a pic of the area in question.
Have you checked for cam lean when coming to full draw? It could well be that module or a post is leaning towards the cable. Cable routed in the...
And now for something real.
Spirals. They have a standard LO of 65%, with 3 additional cablestop-posts to lower it to 55% (in steps of 2.5) on the bottom cam. At least on Cam size 6.5 and 7. I guess the smaller ones only have...
Sooo.... I really hated the 80% Letoff on the last Martin Cams. It was always possible to get down to 55%, but always on cost of 'valley' and drawlength.
Shooting my PCEXL with 55% Letoff, a very...
Well sure, regarding to long ATA bows with a draw above 31".
But what did actually change between ShadowCat and ScepterV? I own some of both models, but abandoned the ShadowCat as soon as i got...
That is what i was looking for since...mmh.. 2007.
Nice, though i'd leave some gap between the ramp and the shed to avoid the wood of the shed from soaking up water from it.
Give us a new riser color for the target bow. ;)
No new bow needed, no Martin dealer here anyway. But still interested to see what the changes will be.
Will the new Martin get rid of any target bow?
Will they reintroduce some more...