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    Quote Originally Posted by elkslayer4x5 View Post
    Bengal?
    We have a winner.

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    FedEx came early & I gotta say you guy's suck at the guessing game. I have mentioned this bow alot and was my first choice till I got a smokin deal on the 360. Got a killer buy on this too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arrow Splitter View Post
    We have a winner.

    NN, Ridge Hunter=Bengal.

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    I musta missed something. Just went through the 08-12 catalogs and the Bengal looks nothing like this?? The Silencer is the dual cam version. Enlighten me
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    Quote Originally Posted by NuttyNative View Post
    I musta missed something. Just went through the 08-12 catalogs and the Bengal looks nothing like this?? The Silencer is the dual cam version. Enlighten me
    No, I missed it. I never noticed that the riser was the same as the Silencer. So the Firecat 360 and 400 are also the Silencer and Ridge Hunter, just with riser changes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arrow Splitter View Post
    No, I missed it. I never noticed that the riser was the same as the Silencer. So the Firecat 360 and 400 are also the Silencer and Ridge Hunter, just with riser changes.

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    You got it. The Firecats have the claws or fangs, only difference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NuttyNative View Post
    You got it. The Firecats have the claws or fangs, only difference.
    I knew the Firecat and Silencer were the same, but I didn't compare the others as well until now.

    You got a nice bow, I've shot one before. Of course, we'll have to see some arrows in the target.

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    nice!! Like the truglo. Look up the peep and just Don't get it. what's the advantage.
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    i was reading down the post from the first page, i was thinking of Silencer.
    but RIdge Hunter is the answer. Seem everyone miss out the Ridge Hunter.

    DO share some pic and update of the bow and review on it once it setup and shot.


    Happy shooting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tosi View Post
    nice!! Like the truglo. Look up the peep and just Don't get it. what's the advantage.
    Adapetability, with a Super ball peep, you can change the inserts, add verifires, clairifiers, apetures, because they all screw into the peep, which, of course, stays in the same place on your string. Gives you vastly different views thru the same peep. And all you need to do is remove current insert and screw in a differnt one. When your vision begins to go south on you ( called macular degeneration, loosing the ability to focus ) the various options of the Super Ball peep really improve your vision of your sight and target.
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    Quote Originally Posted by elkslayer4x5 View Post
    Adapetability, with a Super ball peep, you can change the inserts, add verifires, clairifiers, apetures, because they all screw into the peep, which, of course, stays in the same place on your string. Gives you vastly different views thru the same peep. And all you need to do is remove current insert and screw in a differnt one. When your vision begins to go south on you ( called macular degeneration, loosing the ability to focus ) the various options of the Super Ball peep really improve your vision of your sight and target.
    ES, well said. I've used Specialty peeps for as long as I can remember. I have a slew of Fletchers and a G5, but as my eyes get older I like being able to change insert size and in some cases add a Verifier. I hate the term Macular Degeneration----sounds OLD.
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    Quote Originally Posted by elkslayer4x5 View Post
    Adaptability, with a Super ball peep, you can change the inserts, add verifires, clairifiers, apetures, because they all screw into the peep, which, of course, stays in the same place on your string. Gives you vastly different views thru the same peep. And all you need to do is remove current insert and screw in a differnt one. When your vision begins to go south on you ( called macular degeneration, loosing the ability to focus ) the various options of the Super Ball peep really improve your vision of your sight and target.
    X2, awesome explination 4x5, this peep is so versatile. The clarifiers and verifiers have lenses in them that you can get at different strengths as your eyes go south. Puts the lense right in front of you rather than having one on your sight 30" away.
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