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    Which is better?


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    mine just say 5m so would that be 2009 and older since we are getting the deflection info

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hutch~n~Son Archery View Post
    Which is better?


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    I think the the Jury is still out on that question, have'nt a few bad 2011 limbs been reported? So I'd say the ones that stay togather are the best ones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by elkslayer4x5 View Post
    I think the the Jury is still out on that question, have'nt a few bad 2011 limbs been reported? So I'd say the ones that stay togather are the best ones.
    Amen!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by elkslayer4x5 View Post
    i think the the jury is still out on that question, have'nt a few bad 2011 limbs been reported? So i'd say the ones that stay togather are the best ones.
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    What would 3L mean,is there a way to know how much poundage is reduced by turning the limb bolts?

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    I believe your manual say 1 turn out on each limb bolt will reduce poundage by aprox 3 pounds, and never turn your bolts out more than 5 turns.
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    Quote Originally Posted by justin View Post
    I believe your manual say 1 turn out on each limb bolt will reduce poundage by aprox 3 pounds, and never turn your bolts out more than 5 turns.
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    Quote Originally Posted by justin View Post
    I believe your manual say 1 turn out on each limb bolt will reduce poundage by aprox 3 pounds, and never turn your bolts out more than 5 turns.
    never turn your limb bolts out more then 5 turns and then shoot it.but to do work on your bow you can back them out till one has slack in the string to do work on the bow.

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    Lol, just saying wwhat the manual says. but martins are great, because you dont HAVE to have a press. Even though presses are really handy!!!!
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