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    I just received new replacement cams for my 2008 BowTech Commander. Included with one of the cams was a draw stop pin. So, this means I now have two of these stop pins. Is there any upside or downside in using a stop pin on each cam, instead of only on the lower cam? Would it give me a better, more solid wall?
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    I have experimented with two draw stops. It doesn't really make much difference. The only problem is you have to get them set perfectly. I used a draw jig that we have to make sure they hit at the same time.
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    On the commander, I think it makes a huge difference. Much better wall. A draw board is certainly nice to get them set perfect.

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    Thanks Guys, I was curious if there was any strong feelings one way or the other. Since I have a draw board, I'll try both to see what happens. Nothing ventured, nothing gained.
    Last edited by Ancient Archer; 06-28-2009 at 11:56 AM.
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    i would have to agree with flintcreek as far as i know that is why they introduced long sight bars . so your pins would not be wadded up

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