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    What limbs are on the martin bows from 2010? Are they barnsdale limbs? Thanks alot.

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    What is the deflection code on the limb side?



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    Im not exactly sure what the deflection code is. All i can see is 1M and the date it was made which was 12/09.

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    That is the deflection code. And that would be a regular limb. Built in 09 but it is a 2010 limb and it is not a barnsdale.

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    Here is archerx7's answer for how to tell
    "Yep, short of sanding the finish off the side of the limbs, the only way to tell the difference is by the deflection numbers. The Barnsdales will have something like a 115, 135, 155 while the PowerTuffs will be something like a 3HP, 3MP, 3LP, 4HP, 4MP, 4LP, etc...... "




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    Ok thanks alot hutch. But is there really a difference between these two limbs?

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    Major diff. Barnsdale have a very good reputation for dependability



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    Quote Originally Posted by Hutch~n~Son Archery View Post
    Major diff. Barnsdale have a very good reputation for dependability



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    Well dont martin's.............

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hutch~n~Son Archery View Post
    Major diff. Barnsdale have a very good reputation for dependability



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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedykills View Post
    Well dont martin's.............
    The new Power Tough limbs do. I think Hutch was talking about the 08-10 limbs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MLN1963 View Post
    The new Power Tough limbs do. I think Hutch was talking about the 08-10 limbs.
    That is right MLN and Speedy from 2010 back they are not as good as 2011 up. Basically the powertuff limbs so far have a good rep.




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