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    Default Martins new slim grip

    what do you fellow martin threaders think of the new grip......?

    pro's and con's would be greatly appreciated

    i'm undecided

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    I think it's great.

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    I would say it is going to be hard to torque that grip!



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    It's fantastic!.

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    if it's the same as the '10 Nemesis,its awesome. Love it. But I prefer a narrow grip
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    i have been shooting it on my nemesis for a year and it is the most comfortable grip i have ever used. it also has not given me any trouble in the accuracy department.

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    Quote Originally Posted by archerdad View Post
    i have been shooting it on my nemesis for a year and it is the most comfortable grip i have ever used. it also has not given me any trouble in the accuracy department.
    I believe that. It makes sense in the way it is made.



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    I have the new slim curved grip on my FC400. My son has the thick straight grip on his Pantera. I like the the new style better, he likes the old style better. It could be a familiarity thing or it could be he has bigger hands?
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    it feels and shoots great, but its very cold when hunting
    2011 Firecat 400, sword twilight hunter, apa twister, lots of arrows

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    Quote Originally Posted by boobowbender View Post
    it feels and shoots great, but its very cold when hunting
    Very true. It was 42* this morning and my hand got cold quick. Since 42* isn't even cold I'm going to have to wrap it in something before too long.
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