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    Strother Moxie

    Reported to be their new longer ATA bow - anyone have pics, confirmed specs? Thanks



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    pics

    pic is a little small, maybe someone can blow them up.
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    Any idea on the price of the moxie got to get one of these sooner or later

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    Ya kiddin ? I had to beat up three people just to get this.....pricing, they ain't givin no pricing LOL
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    If the Moxie makes it's IBO it looks like a winner. Good target specs with speed to boot.
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    Suprised to see no adjustable let-off, as it looks to be a target bow

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    Quote Originally Posted by rick11743 View Post
    Suprised to see no adjustable let-off, as it looks to be a target bow
    You can adjust the let-off...

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    Definelty will have to shoot the Wrath to see what it is like.
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    Everyone who has shot the Wrath (insert waaah cause I haven't yet) says it's the real deal, amazingly smooth and quiet with incredible brace height.

    Rick, when you get your Moxie in, call me and I'll show you how to adjust the letoff, it's easy to do with the stops and feels better at 60% than my Hoyt Spirals did...not as jumpy. I think it's gonna be a NICE hunting rig for monkey-arms and an AWESOME target bow for the rest of us.

    They look sweet to say the least.
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    Also heard a rumor that they are coming out with a new Woman's bow too !!!
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    Any lefties? What's up Ratts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rattlinman View Post
    Also heard a rumor that they are coming out with a new Woman's bow too !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by vhunter View Post
    Any lefties? What's up Ratts?
    Yup....I am betting they will be cut by 12/1.....ya want one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SX? View Post
    Yup....I am betting they will be cut by 12/1.....ya want one?
    Heck ya, the Moxie looks nice. Are you going to give me one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vhunter View Post
    Heck ya, the Moxie looks nice. Are you going to give me one?
    Nope....ya never call me anymore...lol!

    But....I'll bring one home some weekend!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SX? View Post
    Nope....ya never call me anymore...lol!

    But....I'll bring one home some weekend!
    Alright now I know who you are. One of these days I'll get down your way. It's hunting season now. Tell BP next time he visits his sister to bring one for me.

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    I'd like to know more about the Moxie...looking forward to hearing some reviews.
    The cable guard looks different...anything unique there? and are they solid limbs??

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    Quote Originally Posted by alaz View Post
    I'd like to know more about the Moxie...looking forward to hearing some reviews.
    The cable guard looks different...anything unique there? and are they solid limbs??
    Guys that are shooting them say they are one of the smoothest, quietest, most stable and dead in hands bow.. . . .cant wait to try one myself to see if that is for real. The limbs are split limbs and the cable slide is not actually a slide, but rather a fixed and super slick block with angled slots that allow the canles to move toward the center while being drawn. This reduces torque and eliminates cam lean. Since it is fixed there is no chance of it shuttering or making noise when drawn.
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    I really like the specs of the Moxie. The only question I have is regarding the new cable slide. A friend and I were talking about this today. Normal cable movement is up and down toward the cams with the cable guard running along the cable rod. With this design the cables slide laterally as well as up and down. I wonder about wear as the cables slide back and forth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by peregrine82 View Post
    I really like the specs of the Moxie. The only question I have is regarding the new cable slide. A friend and I were talking about this today. Normal cable movement is up and down toward the cams with the cable guard running along the cable rod. With this design the cables slide laterally as well as up and down. I wonder about wear as the cables slide back and forth.
    Only thing I know is that it is a material a little different from normal slides and that the ones that have been used out in the field for testing have been working just fine. If something does show up I know SA will make material changes and they will give out new ones free of charge. The SX had some wear issues with the cable slides so they went back and used a different material. Those that had issues were mailed new ones right away and free of charge. They take care of the customer very well.
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    Looks like a great bow. This is going to be a break-through year for Strother. The 28" min. DL on the Moxie is too long for me (not my fault, my parents
    were short). The Aspire, if it's not discontinued, is close to the Moxie and adjusts to a shorter DL.

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    2-track binary cam? Or hybrid?
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    I am ready to shoot both the Wrath and the Rush. I want a Wrath for sure. It just looks like a hunting machine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CherryJu1ce View Post
    2-track binary cam? Or hybrid?
    Looks like 2 track...but I am curious as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AR&BOW View Post
    Guys that are shooting them say they are one of the smoothest, quietest, most stable and dead in hands bow.. . . .cant wait to try one myself to see if that is for real. The limbs are split limbs and the cable slide is not actually a slide, but rather a fixed and super slick block with angled slots that allow the canles to move toward the center while being drawn. This reduces torque and eliminates cam lean. Since it is fixed there is no chance of it shuttering or making noise when drawn.
    I guess the space between the limbs is less b/c it is not a hybrid.

    BTW...is it cam specific or mods?

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