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    http://myhuntprofile.com/m/articles/...h-Expectations Here is the Martin Archery article, I hope you enjoy.
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    Sorry I was excited and posted the above article to the forum via my mobile device and did not have much time to say much about it. The above is an article about Martin Archery and recent events and how the author perceives the company moving forward. I wanted to highlight Martin Archery's future and the community right here that supports it. How do you feel in regards to the article? Do believe as the author? How do you see the company moving forward?
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    Only time will tell, but the article itself is one of the best I have read to date detailing what the new managers have planned. I can only wish that those in design and management might take the time to read some of the threads on this forum expressing the desires and/or suggestions that could help alleviate some of the pressure on the customer service people. Martin has always been noted for it's fantastic customer service, but if some of the suggestions on these forums were instituted they might end up with less problems, less work for customer service, and better reliability which in turn could bolster the company's reputation once again as a quality bow manufacturer.

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    I really can't add anything to what Barry has noted.
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    Guys thanks for the kinds words and affirming the article is something respectable for this community. Martin Archery is something important to our community as well. I too agree that Martin Archery has a powerful tool full of potential here with this community full of supporters and those with something to share. I hope to see them utilize that aspect and begin to show a presence here on the forum.
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    Thank you for sharing. It not easy what Martin is about to umdergo. Being in bussiness my last ten years I understand coming back from the dust. Like Barry said gracefulluy, only time will tell and this forum has a lot of Martin knowledge that can be tapped. To Martin, God speed and a health recovery.
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    Thanks for sharing, that's a great article. I think one of the nice things about hitting rock bottom is that there is no place to go but up. Hopefully they reach for the stars so they can be sure to shoot the moon
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    Quote Originally Posted by wscywabbit View Post
    Thanks for sharing, that's a great article. I think one of the nice things about hitting rock bottom is that there is no place to go but up. Hopefully they reach for the stars so they can be sure to shoot the moon
    You are right in that point. You can only improve and grow from an experience like that. Thanks for your compliments on the article.
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    Thank you for the the article, I think they have taken a step in the right direction and looking forward too seeing what next year will bring us. I know I have been a little critical about the new bows and web site this year, but I need to remind myself they had a short year and allot on their plate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chip View Post
    Thank you for the the article, I think they have taken a step in the right direction and looking forward too seeing what next year will bring us. I know I have been a little critical about the new bows and web site this year, but I need to remind myself they had a short year and allot on their plate.
    Which can only make me wonder what next year will bring. You just have to know they have something up their sleeve and have been working the heck out of the engineering dept. on the 2015 lineup. If I remember correctly I think I read something about a return of the Nitrous cam. Personally I'd like to see it redesigned to feel more like the hybrid cams with about 70-75% letoff. This wouldn't take much more than a slight modification of the shape of the modules. Wider cam with wider string/cable tracks with rounded edges. For the money the target colors should be anodized.
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