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    Ive been looking for info. on the 2011 martin silencer and cant seem to find any thing. there is alot of different bows on youtube from martin but nothing on the silencer. Could some one that has one or seen one in action tell me a little bit about it.

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    TRY THIS LINK:http://www.martinarchery.com/mtechfo...ead.php?t=8631

    Welcome to the forum! That is a very fine bow you are inquiring about.

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    Thank you. I will check that site out see what it has to say.

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    In case anyone missed say it, Welcome to the forum. Lots of knoledgable guys around here, and all are willing to help.
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    Thank all of you for the info. A little insight from someone else realy helps. another question. or two. the limbs on the silencer are realy tough right. and the new sos and trg what is the life of them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sqearl View Post
    Thank all of you for the info. A little insight from someone else realy helps. another question. or two. the limbs on the silencer are realy tough right. and the new sos and trg what is the life of them?
    Although the 2011's have not been out long the report is the limbs are doing well. As for the TRG/SOS they have not had enough time out. So time will tell.

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