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    I see the new rytera line has laminated limbs and the martin pro series has solid limbs.I would think one must be better than the other.is this some kind of experiment to see which will hold up better?

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    There is another thread on here about Rytera, started by bfischer, here is the link: http://www.martinarchery.com/mtechfo...?t=8502&page=3
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    Quote Originally Posted by Money Man View Post
    There is another thread on here about Rytera, started by bfischer, here is the link: http://www.martinarchery.com/mtechfo...?t=8502&page=3
    I'm just wondering why their top of the line bows are sporting different limbs? call them what you want martin/rytera shadowcat,alien they all martins.

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    Zoogie, Money Man intended to say that the 2011 Ryteras will have Martin limbs, not Barnsdale.

    Also the website seems to be not up to date with the limb details. The Seeker will have the solids. I assume that the other bows will have them, too. Their information has just not been updated.
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    The specs/features on the website are not updated. All Martins/Ryteras will have the same solid limbs this year. Rytera did use Barnsdale limbs in 09 and 2010.

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