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    Just saw the post on Facebook with some pictures and I can see a Bengal in the lower right corner with Split limbs, so what the new CEO said about some changes must be true. I hope it doesn't change the price on these bows too much as I'm pretty sure the Bengal will be my next bow

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    Yeah I saw that too and I wonder if they will be interchangeable with current solid limb bows. My 2012 Pantera would rock with some split limbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weldorj81 View Post
    Yeah I saw that too and I wonder if they will be interchangeable with current solid limb bows. My 2012 Pantera would rock with some split limbs.
    Check on the Pantera, wish list is new Pantera riser with Nitro cams...Hummmm...
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    That would be one hell of a bow!

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    The new Bengal......I mean Eclypse..
    http://www.martinarchery.com/2014/co...emier/eclypse/
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