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    Hi, just bought a used Martin Pantera. Was wondering if string stop would be worth adding? Also, what brand?

    Has QAD Ultra rest Hunter dropaway, I added a stabilizer and changed draw length. Thanks. Timmy

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    It wouldn't hurt. If it's one of the newer Panteras it shuld have a hole drilled in the backside of the riser right below the grip. This is where the Martin STS mounts. There should also be a small threaded hole on the side to install a set screw to hold it in place.

    You should be able to purchase or order an STS though any Martin dealer or you can order one rom Martin's on-line store on their website. Part # is 8897.
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    I bought an aftermarket one(Noway ind,i think)for my Cheetah. The front mount was the only one available,so I cut down the mounting bar to make it rear mount. Works great. Even came w a Bowjax for the rod. 1/2 the price of the Martin sts.
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    Well, I may be out of luck. It doesn't have threaded hole anywhere on backside.

    Bow Number on ID tag says: 0793538. Not sure if factory tag or other.

    So I will have to go with a front mount, will that thread into hole my stabilizer screws into? Thanks for replies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tla100 View Post
    Well, I may be out of luck. It doesn't have threaded hole anywhere on backside.

    Bow Number on ID tag says: 0793538. Not sure if factory tag or other.

    So I will have to go with a front mount, will that thread into hole my stabilizer screws into? Thanks for replies.
    The STS is not threaded on martins. And if you go to ebay or a Martin pro shop you can find it cheaper. Looking at the serial number its first to #'s indicate it is an 07 which probably don't accept a rear STS so you will have to go aftermarket.

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    Welcome to the forum.An STS is worth putting on.Here is a link to an aftermarket one at Cabelas


    http://www.cabelas.com/product/Hunti...3Bcat103974480

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    Hey thanks for all the replies guys, this is my 1st bow but started last year with my brothers Bear. Very pumped and maybe going overboard, but want to get every bit of speed out of it. Any other suggestions? Will check out ebag and cabelas. Thanks again, appreciate it for being a newbie. Great site!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tla100 View Post
    Hey thanks for all the replies guys, this is my 1st bow but started last year with my brothers Bear. Very pumped and maybe going overboard, but want to get every bit of speed out of it. Any other suggestions? Will check out ebag and cabelas. Thanks again, appreciate it for being a newbie. Great site!!
    What do you have on your string(string silencers,type of peep).Do you know what the weight of your arrow is?What are you shooting for arrows?
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    To get the best performance of that bow. I would make sure that all the specs are right. The ATA, BH, need to be as close to specs as can be. The right weight in an arrow and you should be good to go.


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    Strings have 2 small rubber type silencers, not sure brand, look like a small triangle point coming off string on each side.

    Peep has the rubber attached from peep to string, I am not a big fan of this and want to change to a peep that is circular and string is split into 3 around the peep. Sorry for not knowing tech term for any of this.

    Arrows I got with are carbon Gold Tip HT Hunter 5575, cut @ 26 1/2" where field tip threads into to where knock starts. 27 1/4" from end to end of knock. 100 grain field tips and broadheads. These have the 4" fletching, I bought half dozen of same arrow except they have the short 2" Blazer fletching on.

    Hutch, not sure on ATA, BH....Can you dumb it down...heh unless I answered it.

    Draw length is around 27 i think, using a F-3 mod, draw weight 55 pounds, all the way cranked. You guys rock.

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