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    Default Turning down the fury cam to 50lbs?

    Has anyone actually shot a 35-70 lb Fury Cam set down on the 50lb peg and what were your results? String wear, speed etc.

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    My wifes Cougar/Firecat is down to 44 and it shoots awesome. Don't know where it's at for speed, with a 29" draw I'd guess 220-240. I've shot it a bunch and it doesn't seem all that slow. Definately slower than my other two at 66 & 71 but will still get the job done. String wear is non existant so far. I'm guessing it's got around 700 threw it now.
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    what arrow weight you using with the FC360 & ridge hunter? would you consider them fast or what ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by madman350 View Post
    what arrow weight you using with the FC360 & ridge hunter? would you consider them fast or what ?
    425gr Easton Axis. And yes, I'd consider them fast. I think she is shooting 285rg or 320 I can't remember. The Ridge Hunter feels alot faster than the 360, could just be me?
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