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    Curious to see if any other Bengal owners are having issues with the lower (cam side) limb bolt backing out? I marked the bolt and after about 20 shots it backs out about an 1/8 turn. I even put a nylon bolt in the side to lock it and it still moves. Anybody else having this problem?

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    Can't say I have noticed it with mine, but I'll keep an eye on it.
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    I didnt notice till I went to set my weight higher and it looked a little off from where I usually set it so I marked it and sure enough it was moving

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    Tis has been discussed before with other bows. Instead of th nylon setscrew in the side of the barrel nut you can get steel ones with a brass tip. This is what I use. Another thing you might try is giving the limb bolt that extra 1/8 turn and then let it back itslf out that little bit as you shoot. This might work if it only backs out that little bit and settles. 1/8 turn isn't very much when figuring draw weight and tune.

    So far I've only had one bow do this and that was a 2006 P3. Not being a parallel limbed bow there was more vibration.
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