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    Yes the new Martin owners will warranty it and KM is owned by Martin and generally is used to sell off the old models and refurbs.
    But if the title said new then it is covered under the warranty.

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    Yeah, warranty isn't something to be concerned about. They'll cover the bow. New owners have publically stated that they'll honor warranty service on all past bows. With luck you'll never have to use it. I do agree with you though. Although the bow is new they could be more transparent that 2012 limbs are used. Mine have always come with Barnesdale limbs and they may be marked differently, but you could look under the butt end and see if the year of manufacture is written on them.
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    Interesting. I also read another thread about these "limited editions" that differ slightly from the standard models.

    I guess that the Hybrix 3 cam has the same profile as the older Hybrix (despite its slightly different appearance) meaning that the bow is functionally similar to the 2012 model that I own. It is a very good bow! I specifically wanted to get one before this model would be discontinued. 2012 was the last year for production of the standard model.

    By the way, do the limbs say "Rytera" or "Martin"? Since it is a "Frankenbow" could be Martin limbs (no functional difference to Rytera labeled ones).

    One remark, though: you may have to sand/buff the sharp module edges to avoid cable wear. I hope this has been fixed for 2014 lineup (I doubt it).
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    Phantonza- the limbs are marked Martin.
    bfisher- the upper limp is marked 3MP 12713 and the lower is 3MP 121113. Is there any way to know if they are Barnesdale limbs or not? From what I have read on here they are preferable to others they used.

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    The 3mp means they are Martin Power Tough limbs. I have bows with both Barnsdale and PT limbs. I won't say that the PT limbs are as good as Barnsdales, but I can say I've had NO problems with them at all. Most all of Martins limb problems ended when they brought out the PT limbs.
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    As EHunter says, the limb deflection being 3MP designates that your limbs are from Martin stock. 3MP is the deflection code they use. Barnesdale limbs use a 3 digit code such as 155, 175, and so forth. Back in '09 Martin was having more than it's share of limb problems so they had to redesign their limbs. It was during this time that they started using Barnesdale limbs on some bows, most notably those in the Rytera line. By 2010 they came up with a better limb and discontinued buying limbs from Barnesdale, however because they still had some in stock they built bows in 2010 and even a few in 2011 with Barnedale limbs to use up that stock, here again, mostly in the Rytera line. I believe they now use Power Tuff limbs exclusively.
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    Thanks for all the input guys, it is good to know now what exactly it is that I got. I am taking it to the pro shop here on Thursday to get it set up and tuned and should be shooting arrows by this weekend! Can't wait to shoot it and see how she feels but I have all the faith in the world I'll love it.

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    Absolutely! Love that riser design, it was one of my favorite Rytera risers. Let us know what you think after you get it set up, I'm pretty sure you'll be addicted... And welcome to the forum!
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