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The Nitrous cams are like a brick wall.
Don't have hands on experience with the Tru-Arc or Single cam.
 

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XSplitter,

Yes, the martin line of Cams have a solid wall. I have many hours on the shooting line behind the martin made cams and I can tell you from experience you will not be disappointed...
 

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lft_arw said:
XSplitter,

Yes, the martin line of Cams have a solid wall. I have many hours on the shooting line behind the martin made cams and I can tell you from experience you will not be disappointed...
just what he said :thumbs_up
 

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My only experience is with the Nitrous.

But yes it has a very solid wall. However IMO it doesnt feel like it will rip your shoulder out if you creep a little bit. This is important to me since I am a finger shooter.

Also the Nitrous cam draws smooth as silk :thumbs_up
 

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I had a problem with the Nitrous X cams that was my own doing. Upgraded a Sceptor 2 to Nitrous x and got cheap on the cables. I made them up with only 8 strands. This results in a very soft, spongy wall. DarrinM told me to use more strands. The new cables have 14 strands and the wall is very solid.
 

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I only have experience with the Nitrous cams- They have a very solid wall... I love them.

Catdaddy- Personally I like the Elite limbs with the nitrous cams- two of my 3 martins are elite limbs, i'm thinking of changing over my other one to elite limbs...
 

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catdaddy said:
Which limbs feel the best with the nitrous cams?
Hey catdaddy, I bought my new vtech from Rodney at strikeforce archery. Great person, great shop.
 
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