I've had experience with all three systems and have to admit the slide has posed no problems at all. The CCS has caused slight cable wear when not served and the TRG similar wear until I put more twists in string/cable and applied plenty of wax, but not too much.It works but is not perfected. Do a search and and see the derailment problems and the cable wear problems.
I wonder what Martin's thoughts are when they read all these type of posts. Very clever of a bow company to own a couple of archery web sites I reckon.
Thats the thing,we are used to a low maintence slide and now we are having to use certain waxs,adjusting it and watching for wear around the TRG, I respect what Martin is trying to do,but sometimes it is hard to better something that already works good.
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Agree 100%, but in this difficult business, you gotta keep coming up with something different each year, or you're outa business. It certainly ain't easy and would keep you on your toes for sure!I respect what Martin is trying to do,but sometimes it is hard to better something that already works good.
In my opionon thats the route i would go if i was martin.Also i think would side plates should be the norm and the thermo v grip should be a option,ok im done.
But the more i look at the trg setup the more i like the CCS.
As i have said before AT isnt the whole archery community................
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