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    Default Martin Panther Limb Availability question

    I just purchased a Martin Panther a couple of weeks ago. It's my first recurve bow. I've always shot compounds over the years, so I'm not that versed in them. The question I have is can limbs from other manufacturers fit on the riser, or do they have to be Martin Limbs? I'm just wondering honestly. I don't have any intention to get new limbs yet, but reading on the web the limbs seem to be the weakest link it the bow.

    Thoughts?

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    Not positive, but think that Samick limbs will fit, and even though the Samick limbs are a higher quality limb, they could also be made in China.
    http://eastoutfitter.tripod.com/index.html
    http://www.cascadianbowmen.org/
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