Just looked at spekwa66's picture and the value of those cams has dropped drastically. Looks like a rusty screw to me---LOL.
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Thats what you get when you hunt hard I guess. Didn't think a screw like that would effect the value of the cam itself. Shouldn't be too hard to replace. Still, any estimate to worth?
Now i dont have any pics yet but i currently have an '04 Jaguar with nitrous C cams. How does this stack up for a bow? Any idea on possible worth? Will post pics as soon as i can...
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Martin introduced the original Fury cam in the mid-90's. It was a traditional hatchet-style dual cam. A year or so later they introduced the Fury-x cam with the dual tracks. This was patented by Jimmy Despart, a Martin pro staffer from the northeast. Both of these models were draw length specific and had no modules. In the 2000's, they introduced the Nitrous cams. These are the ones in the photos above and featured the adjustable draw length modules. A few years back they introduced the final version of this cam called the Furious cam. All of the shoot-thru cams (Fury-x, Nitrous, Furious) have the 4 cables and 1 string.
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I haven't looked. I will have to check and see. It doesn't matter to me as they both are covered under Martin's warranty.