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    Default My Brand New Shadowcat (56k warning)

    Well, new to me anyway!! Not sure if I'm going to set up for hunter class or open class yet.

    Sorry for poor cell phone pics

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    Anybody know what the deal is with the two draw stops on the bottom cam?

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    There doesn't seem to be a slot for one on the top cam...

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    Anyway, can't wait to get it shooting!!

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    Nice bow, congrats and welcome to the forum!

    Idk why there's 2 draw stops on there lol. There's only need for one of them, unless one was slipping maybe?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wscywabbit View Post
    Nice bow, congrats and welcome to the forum!

    Idk why there's 2 draw stops on there lol. There's only need for one of them, unless one was slipping maybe?
    I'd think that if it was slipping someone was really pulling into the back wall, might happen if the guy consisently drew fast, up and over the hump and slam into back wall. Can think of no other reason for two draw stops on one cam.
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    Looks good. I think the others are correct on the draw stop.

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