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Thread: Anyone else like the looks of the shadowcat riser better then new scepter 5

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    Quote Originally Posted by Durandal View Post
    40" is long enough to be a comfortable shooting platform for finger release according to most finger shooters and I concur. How long of an ATA are you looking for?
    I have 3 Shadowcats, 2 for shooting right handed and 1 for left handed. I would love for them to be about 45-48" ATA. If they were and still had the same bracehight they would be the most awsome finger bows on the planet.
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    i like my shadowcat and the main reason i went with the scepter v was because of the grip...it just seems to fit more comfortably. i've been able to tune the draw more easily as well. i'm keeping the shadowcat for indoor (50 pound limbs) and using the scepter v for 3d and field.

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    I like them both.

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