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Thread: Martin Podium Finish in Pro Class at IBO in Bedord

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    Heck yea ,,Good shooting .....Congrads ...Way to go...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gstudt View Post
    Hoping to help out Martin herd.

    I placed 3rd at the bedford IBO in the Pro Male Release Class over the weekend shooting the Martin/Rytera Alien Z.

    1st was Levi Morgan
    2nd was Tim "The Hammer" Gillingham
    3rd was me Gary Studt
    4th was Chance Beaubouef
    5th was Nathan Brooks

    It is cool to get a Martin up towards the top again.
    Awesome! Congrats and good job. It is nice to see Martin get up towards the top again.
    Martin Silencer,Nitrous cams, NAP Apache rest, Tru Glo sight
    Martin Speed Demon, Z Cams, NAP drop away rest, Extreme sight
    Gold Tip shafts, Twister vanes, NAP Shockwaves

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    Good shooting Gary. Question for anyone, what cams are on Garys bows?
    Also, one of the cam options for that bow is a Binary style cam I think. If so how does the draw length on those cams adjust? Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimb View Post
    Good shooting Gary. Question for anyone, what cams are on Garys bows?
    Also, one of the cam options for that bow is a Binary style cam I think. If so how does the draw length on those cams adjust? Thank you.
    I have the standard Alien Z Hybrix cams on all my Alien Z set ups.

    They are cam and a half style cams.

    They have draw modules and a draw stop on the limb.

    I set my draw with the draw stop on the limb and then rotate the module to get the holding weight I want.

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