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    Default martin jaguar 55lb limb coming apart.

    i bought this bow last year intending to use it for bowfishing.also bought the complete bowfishing outfit.mounted everything to bow but never strung it.the summer was crazy with work never used it.getting ready for archery season thought i would try my hand at taking a doe with it this year after getting buck with my compound.pulled it off the shelf and the bottom limb has delaminated.it is a limp noodle.this bow is a year old and has never been strung.how is martin for replacing faulty limbs?i had a friend who had a bear compound that had a stress crack in one of its limbs and the had him send the limb in and they sent him a new one.any chance martin would do that for me.

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    You'll have to wait till Monday, but call customer service at 1-800-541-8902 and explain things. They will most likely want you to order the limbs through a dealer, but will give you no hassles about replacing them.
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    Default jaguar limb seperated

    thanks for replying.just dont know why it would come apart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckieb View Post
    thanks for replying.just dont know why it would come apart.
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