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Thread: Looking for a review on the 2012 Cougar FC Fury Cam.

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    Thumbs up Looking for a review on the 2012 Cougar FC Fury Cam.

    All, I'm looking at purchasing the Cougar FC Fury Cam. I have a 2011 Fire Cat 400 with out the TRG and SOS and love it. I'm just wondering if any one can give a quick review on the new Cougar FC Fury Cam. This will be my 3rd Martin that I've purchased, also had a 2010 Pantera that was dead on. Thxs

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    Read the thread '2012 Pantera and Bengal'
    Altho not about the Cougar FC, it does talk about the new Fury cam.

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    Thanks, I ordered the Cougar w/ the Fury Cam after reading the post. Hope it works out as well as my 2012 Fire Cat 400.

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    Cool. Congrats!

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    Tosi, maybe you can provide us with a review when you get the new bow. Some pictures would be nice too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Money Man View Post
    Tosi, maybe you can provide us with a review when you get the new bow. Some pictures would be nice too.
    ditto. Would be much appreciated
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    I hope you like your Cougar as much as I love mine!
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    CK, will send a quicke review after my mule deer and javalina hunt the 1st week of Jan near Prescott AZ. I ordered Shull Camo w/ the hunter black limbs, my plan is a 6pin Apex sight (30-80 yrds) and a Limb Driver standard and or the new Rip Cord with the break system drop. Any comments on the rests would help, I've never had any problems with the LD's, but understand the new RC is as good as they get. Also plan on shoot a 420gr arrow (Carbon Xpress Munity) with the slick trick 100mag. 29' @ 70 lbs has work over the years for me from elk too smaller game.

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    Has anyone mentioned that we like pictures here, and with my user name, I'd like to see your elk! We love old hunting pics.
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    I'd go with the Ripcord over the Limb Driver standard simply because the Ripcord is full containment. I have the older Ripcord and love it, tried 4 other fall aways first. I won't use anything else for hunting. The code red is supposed to be improved over the older one, but mine doesn't make any noise.
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