There are always exceptions to every rule, but in general the two-cam bow can be tuned to a finer degree using methods such as creep tuning to arrive at a more forgiving setup. The two cams are somewhat faster than the one-cam, although some one-cam bows are very fast also. The two-cam is more forgiving in the vertical plane when tuned/timed properly because you can creep a little and still hit your mark. The one-cam would produce a low shot when off the wall a little.Walkman said:Aside from personal preferences, what are the advantages of one over the other?
The two-cam isn't really that much more of a deal to tune and it does make a more forgiving setup. The one-cam isn't maintanance free, just a little less setup initially. There really isn't a big difference.Walkman said:Paul-
Going by your thoughts, would a One-Cam bow then be better for a newer shooter who isn't that deep into finite tuning of a bow yet?
Martin - Fury and Fury X cams...LegacyHunter said:it seems that the twins are fading away though, who out there now makes a reputable two cam bow. i for one have had enough of the one cam and the now and again "fliers" that pinwheel spoke of. wish i had never given up my Cybertec Command Cam +. i'm so desperate to get another 2 cam that i was actually looking at the High Country web site. oh please tell me it hasn't come to this.......
Glad you enjoyed it. PM me anytime you're in town and we'll get together and fling some arrows.LegacyHunter said:hey eplc did your buddies at the Narrangansett Bowhunters tell you i stopped by the club around the 4th? i met two of your fellow members and they said you guys were having an indoor shoot that night and an outdoor on sunday.......real great looking place. i'll be sure to bring my bow with me the next time i come to RI