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    Quote Originally Posted by Tosi View Post
    NICE rig. One of the best bows I ever owned. Wish I still had it.

    Now for the Cat. "I like my kitty better than my wife". It never go's shopping, never back talks, and always cleans it dishes. Oh ya,,, and never asks for new shoes...
    Amen to that. This one looks like the real cat's meow. No credit card, no car and insurance, no griping, no backtalk, no snoring. What's not to love.
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    Very nice T8. I am also a fan of cloaked cams. I'm sure it's a very quiet kitty too.

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    congrats on the new bow I also like those cloaked cams
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    I know right? They should just make them standard issue with the camo platform. I don't think the critters care but it sweet looking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by typically8 View Post
    I know right? They should just make them standard issue with the camo platform. I don't think the critters care but it sweet looking.
    x2 Cloaked cams standard, black cams optional.

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    Quote Originally Posted by typically8 View Post
    I know right? They should just make them standard issue with the camo platform. I don't think the critters care but it sweet looking.
    LOL! True dat! The only critters that really care about all our camoed gear is us.
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    I've been looking at some sights for the Pantera. Kinda thinking about a pendulam probably a Truglo. Thoughts?
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    I think it will work fine, especially if you're shooting shorter distances. It has been said before, but it's even more true now: it's really personal preference and also your application of the sight(the last part I added). I decided against the pendulum after doing some research and getting an opinion from a member on AT who was using one, but what I did shouldn't effect your decision. People do use pendulums and like them. Here's some more thoughts on the subject:http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showth...pendulum+sight

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arrow Splitter View Post
    I think it will work fine, especially if you're shooting shorter distances. It has been said before, but it's even more true now: it's really personal preference and also your application of the sight(the last part I added). I decided against the pendulum after doing some research and getting an opinion from a member on AT who was using one, but what I did shouldn't effect your decision. People do use pendulums and like them. Here's some more thoughts on the subject:http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showth...pendulum+sight

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    Quote Originally Posted by elkslayer4x5 View Post
    One should exercise caution when using advice from ArcheryTalk and carefully concider the source.
    Yes, definitely. I should have added that for those who don't already realize that fact.

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