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I have an Alphamax 32, and im trying to use the easton spine chart, but being fairly new to archery, Im not sure if I have a Hard Cam, or Medium Cam, and what the difference is......any help is appreciated.
 

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Spots is right, cam & 1/2 and bianary cams fall under the Hard cam area.
 

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The 3 part section on the Easton chart is very old!!
98% of the modern cams are HARD cams.
Even the 10 years old Z-cam from Martin is a "hard" cam.

AFAIK there are two bows today on the market only,
with soft and/or medium cams. The Montega by Hoyt with the
Accuwheels and the "Deer Hunter" by PSE with the Stage3 wheels.
 

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The 3 part section on the Easton chart is very old!! 98% of the modern cams are HARD cams.
Actually, I'm sorta' surprised that it still even lists medium/hard. These days there are a couple round wheel bows that would qualify as medium, but not many.
 
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