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    Default New Darton 3000????????????

    Anyone check out the new Darton 3000?? It has a block style suppreser on it???Just like the original STS..Is Darton paying STS royalties on this??? I know their(STS) Patend Application refers to the adjustable block several times. This is the first Ive seen of a copy that looks just like a sts.
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    Yeah but it looks like it attaches to the cable guard in stead of the riser...
    They may be paying for it...everyone else has beenpaying them for years.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jdawg240 View Post
    Anyone check out the new Darton 3000?? It has a block style suppreser on it???Just like the original STS..Is Darton paying STS royalties on this??? I know their(STS) Patend Application refers to the adjustable block several times. This is the first Ive seen of a copy that looks just like a sts.
    Darton=junky fat rubber grips
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BUNNYMAN View Post
    Darton=junky fat rubber grips
    I'm afraid I'm gonna have to report this.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by J.C. View Post
    I'm afraid I'm gonna have to report this.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by BUNNYMAN View Post
    :cry:.........................
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    Quote Originally Posted by BUNNYMAN View Post
    Darton=junky fat rubber grips
    I like them...


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    Quote Originally Posted by BUNNYMAN View Post
    Darton=junky fat rubber grips
    I didnt like the grip myself. I was intrigued by the cable design to help with cam lean. The thing had 8 speed knocks on each end as well WOW! Im going to shoot it tommorow and the new Limbsaver bow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BUNNYMAN View Post
    Darton=junky fat rubber grips
    Theres 3 styles of grips thick,med,thin shoot a 3000 or any other for that matter B there fast and smooth best binary setup ive seen yet
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdawg240 View Post
    I didnt like the grip myself. I was intrigued by the cable design to help with cam lean. The thing had 8 speed knocks on each end as well WOW! Im going to shoot it tommorow and the new Limbsaver bow.
    I have spent alot of time helping my buddy tune his left hand 3000.
    That yoke helps with cam lean at brace but at full draw they lean like a tower of pizza. The thick chunky rubber grip was giving him fits, he couldnt not torque it.
    oh its for sale

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    Yes the Darton grip is not for growing archers or a little guy with small hands. I have done extremely well with my Pro3000 and I have had it for a year now. By the way I think Darton has a string suppressant patent that goes back to the late 80'S. I am not making that up JFYI Maybe STS will be paying Darton
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    Quote Originally Posted by BUNNYMAN View Post
    Darton=junky fat rubber grips
    Other than being a great bow...those grips are a +.I like um.....i may be wrong...but i can't picture Rex paying royalties to anyone....He's the Royalty collecting King.....or the King of Royalties
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