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    jahiatt
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    Default Older Martin Compound again

    For some reason, I can't register.
    The bow I bought is a Martin Lynx XR series
    LXR 7325-3 marked on the limb side
    30 to 45 weight
    28" draw

    Looks new, who ever had it took care of it. Im thinking late 80's or little newer.
    Also wondering if the draw length can be adjusted.
    New to compounds,shooting my Bear recurve since 1973.
    Just attracted to older bows.
    Thanks for any info.

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    Because of spam troubles, and other need fixes, there are no new registrations. Now as for your older Martin Lynx, I can't help you there, way before I ever picked up a compound. Steel Cables? Teardrop ends? That sort of rigging? If so, probably not going to find a lot of info, even here. Good Luck with it. Sorry that I could'nt help.
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    Most likely - yes you will be able to adjust the draw length. How will depend on what cams are on it.
    Does it have modules that are attached to the cams with two screws and if so do they have any markings on them?

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