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I've got a buddy that is lamenting having a draw stop on a Jennings bow he sold before purchasing a used Legacy last year. He's missing the solid wall he had on his Jennings.

There is an existing hole cut in the cam that looks like it may work if the outside post was built up to be wider than the screw that would attach it to the cam.

If anyone has modified their Legacy cam to incorporate a draw stop, please chime in with pics if possible.

(He realizes this would void a warranty for the original owner, but that's not a problem since the bow was bought used.)
 

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Has a pretty solid wall. Bows shoot darn well without a draw stop.

Very popular bow. You dont see many for sale and they are purchased quickly when they do sale.
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Daniel Boone said:
Has a pretty solid wall. Bows shoot darn well without a draw stop.

Very popular bow. You dont see many for sale and they are purchased quickly when they do sale.
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Yep. I know what you mean. I just wish he did. :wink:
 
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