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    I have a martin phantom with a dyna cam on it. On the side of the limbs it says 3m. Not sure what the draw weight of this bow is, my wife would like to start shooting and would like to use this bow if possible but would have to go down to 30=40 lbs. what limbs should I try to get for this bow, and are they still available?

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    Probably going to have to run a "wanted to buy" add over on ArcheryTalk to find limbs for that bow. I'd look for 1L's or 1M's, 0L or 0M's if you can find them. With Martin limbs, the # is a 5lbs change. Your limbs are 3Ms, 2Ms would be 5 lbs lighter and 4ms would be 5 lbs heaver, the letters ( L, M, and H ) are 2 lbs different; if your 3ms are 60 lbs, a set of 3Ls would be 58lbs , 3H would be 62lbs. Hope that helps......
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