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    Quote Originally Posted by TEN RING View Post
    Just because I own a bowtech not go lumping me in with them (you have to shoot bowtech or your bows crap guy's). I had the 82nd couldn't take not having any valley any more if it would of had draw stops I think I would still have it I filed down the modules got a little bit of valley
    Not to worry TR, we won't lump you togather with those other BlowTech guys, we know that you are a Martin man at heart.
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    Quote Originally Posted by elkslayer4x5 View Post
    Not to worry TR, we won't lump you togather with those other BlowTech guys, we know that you are a Martin man at heart.
    At least you'd BETTER BE! LOL/jk
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    WE all need to shoot different bows from time to time, and hope the the sale of Martin will allow us to continue to buy affordable, shootable bows with great CS and not the BS of other companies that require a return of the bow to retailers for the most minor parts and service. Espc. if you live in the sticks like I do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bob cooly View Post
    WE all need to shoot different bows from time to time, and hope the the sale of Martin will allow us to continue to buy affordable, shootable bows with great CS and not the BS of other companies that require a return of the bow to retailers for the most minor parts and service. Espc. if you live in the sticks like I do.
    The one thing this bow has done is to help tighted up my form the bow makes you work for that good shot every time
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