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    Quote Originally Posted by JAVI View Post
    not to mention you can time the cams for that one finger under pretty easy... something you can't do on other cam systems... and get level nock travel... makes shooting a bunch easier...
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    Quote Originally Posted by JDX-- View Post
    That and the fact he was shooting the Monster XLR8 model -->
    Isnt it like under 6" on that model?
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    Tom shot the xlr8 (5 inch brace) at nelsonville ( 80lb 30 inch 364 fps 400+ grain 2613)....if the information I was given is correct (and I think it is) tom did and experiment

    42 yard standing bear...tom can shoot 35 and still catch a ten. ( I assume he is aimig center 11)

    thats chit'n and a gettin'

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    Quote Originally Posted by master Cleatus View Post
    Tom shot the xlr8 (5 inch brace) at nelsonville ( 80lb 30 inch 364 fps 400+ grain 2613)....if the information I was given is correct (and I think it is) tom did and experiment

    42 yard standing bear...tom can shoot 35 and still catch a ten. ( I assume he is aimig center 11)

    thats chit'n and a gettin'
    Amazing he can control that kind of speed. Im glad ASA has a speed limit. But speed limit of not beating Tom Crowe is never an easy task. Many are showing the monster can win
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    You put a good shooting bow in the hands of an expert archer and anything can happen, most will shoot lights out with a stick bow if given the opportunity.

    But you have to admit that the Monster Series really does have a good balance of speed and shoot-ability.

    Those that may struggle with this bow may be over bowed in either poundage and or draw length trying to achieve the bragging rights in reference to the speed numbers.

    This is one opportunity to be able to shoot a lot less poundage and yet equal or outdo the speeds of one original setup, this could be a sweet advantage when hunting


    I hope the summer is treating all you folks well


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