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Admiral Draw Stop

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Has anyone added a bottom draw stop post to their Admiral yet? I'll be getting one at the end of the month hopefully and I'd like a rock solid draw stop feeling with maybe a dual draw stop post set up.
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I tend to pull against the stop while shooting and like that solid feeling, a security thing I guess:wink:
 

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I can't tell you why, but the draw stop feels as if it's hitting the limb vs. the cable. Super solid. More so than my other three bows. All of which have limb stops. I'd say draw it first and then decide.
 

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not to go off topic....but if you put a draw stop on the bottom cam would it help to see if the bow is out of time. Ive considered it on my General but never asked. I'm no bowsmith but I think it would help you precision time your bow
 

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I have a post on both cams on my Allegiance.It has stopped a very slight 'buzz' I felt.My theory is that a post on both cams will make the cams the same weight so they will move at the same speed.
I know the posts weigh very little but they do have to excelerate and stop very quickly.Works for me.
 
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