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  1. #76
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    Quote Originally Posted by J-Daddy View Post
    Heck they make more than anybody else "well maybe Hoyt" right now... With the Dominator, Supra max & Freak...
    agreed,but doin away with the vendetta for the source made me sad.i still shoot a pse and dont see that changin anytime soon.i would have just liked to get in the mix with the 2014s rather than buying an older bow

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    Yeah the Vendettas were great bows.
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  5. #78
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    Quote Originally Posted by J-Daddy View Post
    Yeah the Vendettas were great bows.
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    Thank the gods for Breathn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oberhaz View Post
    I'd love to see a free bow of my choice! That would be really great!
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  8. #81
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    Quote Originally Posted by matt flint View Post
    agreed,but doin away with the vendetta for the source made me sad.i still shoot a pse and dont see that changin anytime soon.i would have just liked to get in the mix with the 2014s rather than buying an older bow
    If you haven't shot a source do so. I shot a few at the show and loved the source and I have a vendetta XL DC
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    35" ATA
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  10. #83
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    Quote Originally Posted by whack&stack View Post
    If you haven't shot a source do so. I shot a few at the show and loved the source and I have a vendetta XL DC
    i spent a little time with one last month at the shop.its a nice shooting bow.just either have to raise anchor or bury my head to to get my nose to the string
    maybe once i can afford to run a few different bows i will be more interested in giving the shorter bows a go.
    for this year though i am scrapping my dc and having John build me a vxl with uf cams.
    i personally am not a fan of those limb stops either.i think those would be coming off very first thing if i got a 2014

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    I agree no limb stops wanted on mine the vende UF bows are sweet. Great build
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    400fps 3 inch brace height 50% let off
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    DNA XL 34-35 inch ata

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    Short draw speed bow, a speed bow that doesn't cost $1k

  15. #88
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    Quote Originally Posted by mhill View Post
    400fps 3 inch brace height 50% let off
    35% letoff would be more forgiving

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    How about a single cam freak???? Call it "freak one" hey that's catchy huh!

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    Full Throttle cams on a Freak would be one place to go. Can I hit 370 at 31.5" of draw....oh heck yeah thats what I am talkinga bout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BROWN STAR View Post
    How about a single cam freak???? Call it "freak one" hey that's catchy huh!
    How about Freaky One?
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  19. #92
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    Dominator 3d with the full throttle cams yes my dream bow.and mossy oak brush for camo id actually get a camo bow then

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    ya that would be perfect
    Quote Originally Posted by ColoradoHunter View Post
    How about Freaky One?

  21. #94
    IMO, the Backstop 2 string stop should be redesigned to relocate the offset to the base as done by BowRattler. Why would you give the user the ability to move the flex-slide closer into the string only to discover that the string stop interferes with the cables? However, it might be a patent issue involved.
    Your dealer should also be able to order cams without any restrictions. For instance, I would like to order a set of Drive cams for my Supra but can't because the bow didn't come from the factory that way.
    I also would recommend that ALL of the threads on each module screw be factory coated to minimize the possibility of a loose module.
    Another thing I like to see is simple documentation that demonstrates a good starting point for yoke tuning by pulling the bow down from a S-hook to check cam alignment at full draw. My experience has been that this is much better than checking it at brace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BROWN STAR View Post
    How about a single cam freak???? Call it "freak one" hey that's catchy huh!
    Why? For all practical purposes, it's a single cam now... it just has a two piece string.

  23. #96
    Quote Originally Posted by BigBird1 View Post
    IMO, the Backstop 2 string stop should be redesigned to relocate the offset to the base as done by BowRattler. Why would you give the user the ability to move the flex-slide closer into the string only to discover that the string stop interferes with the cables? However, it might be a patent issue involved.
    Your dealer should also be able to order cams without any restrictions. For instance, I would like to order a set of Drive cams for my Supra but can't because the bow didn't come from the factory that way.
    I also would recommend that ALL of the threads on each module screw be factory coated to minimize the possibility of a loose module.
    Another thing I like to see is simple documentation that demonstrates a good starting point for yoke tuning by pulling the bow down from a S-hook to check cam alignment at full draw. My experience has been that this is much better than checking it at brace.
    I don't run the string stops so I enjoy the adjustability of the flex guard for 10 months out of the year. During hunting season, I run them so I then adjust for minimal clearance between it and my cables and BH tune using it. The difference is VERY slight as I keep it adjusted to keep the cables out of my sight picture anyway.

    You understand why they don't readily sell cams right?

    Lastly, a check of the cam lean at brace gives very predictable results of the cam lean at full draw. I check timing on a hook but check cam lean visually while at full draw. Why check cam lean on a hook....where we are beside the bow instead of behind it?

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    Better cams on mainline bows
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    The prices to fall

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    I want a 22" ATA speed bow with FT or UF cams..

  27. #100
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    A bow that has an HONEST 26" draw, gets an HONEST 295 fps at 26" while having an a-to-a as long as possible with a 6" or greater brace. The cam should not be any harsher to draw than absolutely necessary, i.e. NOT a dedicated "hunting" bow.

    Essentially the bow needs to be designed for shorter draw lengths. Taking a cam/bow designed to perform at 29 inches and simply scaling it down most often does not work out real well.

    The Darton DS-3800 has come the closest I've seen to accomplishing the above. The ONLY thing it lacks is a bit more a-to-a length. The PSE Omen Max can't do it and neither can the DNA SP. Both come up well short with a TRUE 26" draw.
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