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    after years of using another bow i just bought a martin cheetah from a pawn shop and feel in love with it now i have to find a martin for my wife and daughter. and was wondering if they made one that was adjustable from 30 pounds up to 45 or 50 pounds they have the same same draw length

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    Look into the 2012s with the new Fury XT cam, they have a wide range of adjustment that the owner can grow with as they become comfortable with the bow or get older.
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    I will do that as i have mentioned I really like mine and am glad i switched brands

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    If you find one used with 50# limbs,it'll be 35-50# weight range. Look into a Leopard. I think Hutch just picked one up for his daughter. And I believe there's one here in the classifieds.
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    Congrats on the new bow, good luck on your future purchases, and welcome to our little community!
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    depending on draw length i believe the new furyxt cam can go from 35 to 70 lbs,with the DL getting shorter as you drop the weight per 15lbs

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    X2 on the Leopard! Lots of 'em out there avaible, see them all the time in the classified, especially over on ArcheryTalk.
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