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    is there a difference between the Nitro 3 cams as advertised in the new catalog and those Nitro cams that came on my 2012 Scepter V?

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    Carlos, by the pictures of the 2012 catalog of the Scepter V and 2013 Web site blow up of the Scepter, yes, there is a difference. Note cam design and draw stop. Click Scepter, pointer on bow and enlargement is give, move pointer top to bottom for views

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    thanks Sonny. i'll give it a try. i guess my real question would be if they are not the same, what's the advantage of the Nitro 3 cam over the Nitro cam on my (our) Scepter.

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    My guess would be that if there is a physical difference other than looks you would feel it in the draw cycle. Perhaps someone has done a comparison of the draw/power curves?
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    Offhand, I'd say a little more smoother. And I note this due to the now given velocity. Was 325 to 335 and now "up to 330."
    Personally, I never had any issues of draw cycles from the Catcams of 2008 through 2011 - Martin more or less gave their Catcams a different name through slight improvements.

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