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    Cograts and good luck with the new bow! And welcome to the club
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    Quote Originally Posted by Longshank View Post
    Well, in a few weeks I'll be the proud owner of a 2012 Cougar FC Pro with Nitro Cams. Shot the Bengal, Pantera, and the Cougar. Knew as soon as that first arrow was released that the Cougar was the one. Thanks for all the great advice and help guys!

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    Nice choice, its one of my favorites in the lineup!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Longshank View Post
    Well, in a few weeks I'll be the proud owner of a 2012 Cougar FC Pro with Nitro Cams. Shot the Bengal, Pantera, and the Cougar. Knew as soon as that first arrow was released that the Cougar was the one. Thanks for all the great advice and help guys!

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    Longshank, your going to love the cougar with nitros. I just got mine yesterday.. Wow!!! Its like a new girlfriend..Lol Smooth and Fast

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwatts View Post
    Longshank, your going to love the cougar with nitros. I just got mine yesterday.. Wow!!! Its like a new girlfriend..Lol Smooth and Fast
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    Quote Originally Posted by Longshank View Post
    Well, in a few weeks I'll be the proud owner of a 2012 Cougar FC Pro with Nitro Cams. Shot the Bengal, Pantera, and the Cougar. Knew as soon as that first arrow was released that the Cougar was the one. Thanks for all the great advice and help guys!

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    Congrats on the new bow.

    That is the same feeling I got when I first shot my 2012 Cougar FC with Fury XT cams. As soon as the arrow left I knew I would be leaving with that bow. I also recently came back to Martin after shooting a Reezen for a couple seasons. While I will still look at other bows, I will not be leaving martin again. Again, congrats on the new bow and good luck this coming season.
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