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    I have a bow for sale that I have never seen another like it, 2001 Scepter II 29" 60 lb , Camo riser and 6H Camo Elite limbs. If you close your eyes, it draws like nitrous cams but might even be smoother. Smooth, smooth fury X cams with X rigging. Only $150 TYD. 308-760-8190 cell for more information. cell phone pictures 161.jpg
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    TTT and beyond!
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    The other cams I have are 1 so 30" on them. But if we were to convert it to nitrous "A" cam, which I have, the standard "A" cam modules allow a 27" - 30" draw length
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    And of course with nitrous "B" cams 29" - 32" for the half Sasquatch type from Northwest USA, lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mxtuner1 View Post
    And of course with nitrous "B" cams 29" - 32" for the half Sasquatch type from Northwest USA, lol.
    Hey now, my family and I resemble that remark.
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    Quote Originally Posted by elkslayer4x5 View Post
    Hey now, my family and I resemble that remark.
    Ah yes, it's all becoming clear now.LOL

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