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    Howdy, I jusy got what is supposed to be a 2012 Onza and for some reason I think it is the 2011 is there a way to confirm my therory? The cams say Nitro 60 years and the coin on the riser says 60th anniversary. Are there any differances between the two years?

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    Is there any wood on the grip?

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    No, it is black leather and soft plastic. I just watched the video again and I think someone screwed up. My bow has the TRG and they did not show it in the clip.

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    The first two numbers of the serial number on the limb sticker is the year it was built, however, it could have been built in late '11 and still be a '12 model - - - -
    but - - if it came with the trg/sos on it - - - then it is most likely an early or mid year 2011.
    does it have a mount or hole built into the rear of the riser below the grip?

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    The # starts with11 and there is not hole but rather a groove w/ two tapped holes above it and quick disconnect mount below it (not the one for the stabilizer).

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    Quote Originally Posted by typically8 View Post
    The # starts with11 and there is not hole but rather a groove w/ two tapped holes above it and quick disconnect mount below it (not the one for the stabilizer).
    Sounds like you have a 2011, its a good bow I have one. I would ditch the TRG for a standrard cable slide and you are good to go! If you contact Martin about the TRG they will take care of you.
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