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Thread: traded in my hoyt vulcan for a martin shadowcat. Now what to expect??

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    Default traded in my hoyt vulcan for a martin shadowcat. Now what to expect??

    I have a 30 in draw and have always like the feel of a long a to a bow. Vulcan was 33 a to a. the bow I had beofre that was a bowtech Pro 40 dually. (38 a to a ) The shadowcat was a hold over so it is a 2010 model with cat II cams. Are these a good cam for my draw length?? Thanks for any and all help... I am a sponage please fill me with the skills.

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    Well, once you get the bow and the shop[ you bought it from sorted out, you can expect an accurate, worry free smooth shooting machine, just what you where looking for. As you've read in other posts, the Cat 2 cams are longer draw cams, just right for you.
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