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    The nocks are brighter then the vanes. Don't know how well the deers see, but may be you should think of darkening them too
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    It's really the solid mass of color or shine rather than little bits that tend to catch deer's eyes, a little piece moving is'nt as threating, part of why camo works, breaking up the outline. Small moving objects could be falling leaves, something a deer sees every day.
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    I mostly hunt Mule Deer in the Rocky's and it really dont matter what it is they see - what matters to them is if it is a threat.
    If you dont look like a threat - and they aint sure what you are - they will walk right up to investigate.

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    Thumbs up rh stage 2

    r u sure thats a 210 model , i thought all 09 and up had rollers on the limbs . i maybe wrong but my bow looks just like urs and its a 08

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    looks like a 2010 to me. did u mean roto cup limbs though?

    http://www.martinarchery.com/2010web/saber.php


    it looks like the saber missed out on the roto limbs
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    It is a 2010 by the serial number, but it has an 2011 string and cable slide. I spoke to Martin and they said it was probly a late 2010 bow thats why it had the 2011 stuff on it!
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    Doesn't matter the year as long as you are happy with it. It is a nice looking bow. I bet it shoots well too! But just the same its nice to have the newer string as well.
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