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    Default Firecat 400 Cam lean

    anyone get any bad cam lean at full draw?
    Is it anything to worry about?

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    Im waiting for a copterdoc rant to start
    2010 Alien X
    29"/70#
    353gr GT Velocity XT 400 @ 320fps
    370gr GT Velocity Hunter 300 @ 315fps
    Tru-Fire Hurricane Release
    NAP Apache Rest
    Black Gold AMP 3 pin sight
    Limbsaver stabilizer
    G5 Montec

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    Specs did you say specs. Just go to WWW.COPTERDOC.COM LOL
    he will get this guy straighten out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    anyone get any bad cam lean at full draw?
    Is it anything to worry about?
    my friend bought a 2010 Firecat last year. It has cam lean issue. We took it back to the dealership and they replace it with a new one and fix the issue. There is no cam lean at all on his bow now. I am very happy with the Martin customer service. However, you think Martin should able to see the issue when they put the bow together at the factory !!!
    For the 2011 Martin Firecat. I have heard a few issue with their SOS and TFR system. The cable is eating the rubber and blocking off 1/2 of the front sight. I am hoping Martin will fix these issue soon. I am a good supporter for Martin bow. I like my Martin bow a lot and I will continues to support them. I am sure other bow company has issue with their products too.

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