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Thread: Dropping a peg on the Fury Cam

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    Default Dropping a peg on the Fury Cam

    Sounds really simple in the Martin Booklet, Do any of your experiences reveal need to know tuning adjustments that can help me. 60# want to drop to the 50# peg? Thanks Bob.

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    I'M DK


    New out of the box, so no accessories on board.
    Loosened the limb bolts, moved the cable to -20, tighten the bolts to 30lbs draw weight.
    Mounted sights, peep, rest, D-loop & stabilizer.
    No special tuning at all.

    Lots of laughs though.
    30 minutes later my wife was out shooting my hunting partners on the club 3D course.
    She has only been shooting for 3 months.


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    Hey Bob, as DK said its pretty easy to do, and there's nothing special to do. I would suggest though that you max the bow out first to check and set your ATA and Brace. Then you can move a peg or two, and know that the even though the measurements change the bow is set right. Also remember that when you drop a peg your draw length will drop about 1/2".
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