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    Default My new 2011 Silencer

    DSC00092.jpgDSC00093.jpgMy 3rd Martin bow.They just keep getting better.

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    Congrats on your new bow. I'm sure you will get many years of enjoyment out of it.

    That is the first Silencer/FC400 that I have seen the strings cross above the cable guide. It isn't wrong or bad, just not like the ones I've seen before. Since I have a FC400 it stood out.
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    Looks good. I wish you the best with it.

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    Shooter for sure enjoy!








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    Very nice. I'm sure it will be accurate.
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    Gee i wonder when he converterd the TRG back to normal did he not put the cables back on slide properly.It shoots fine..does anyone have any input on this?

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    Sweet shooter,like the camo too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by guard099 View Post
    Gee i wonder when he converterd the TRG back to normal did he not put the cables back on slide properly.It shoots fine..does anyone have any input on this?
    I don't know if there is a difference between the cross being above or below the slide on a hybrid cam Martin. I do know that they come from the factory with the cross below the slide.

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    Slick! I got my eyes on a Silencer also. Would have to get a TRG conversion done on it though.
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    As long as the cables don't touch each other, it doesn't matter if they cross above or below the slide. Congrats on a good looking bow!
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