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    Question Valley or Wall

    I was just wondering which one you guys prefer. I like the solid wall of my XT but have heard some of my buddies say they like a valley. Is either one more accurate or is it just a matter of PP???? What do you fella's hear from the pro's???


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    since i shot a bt i like the solid wall

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    I like both I don't like a spongy wall and I don't like a long valley... make sense?

    Of course that changes for hunting. with hunting I perfer no valley and a spongy wall so I can make all those horrible shots that hunters love to do from treestands or let down slowly if need be.
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    I like a solid wall so I get a nice crisp shot
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    well, the valley is what you have once the cam rolls over and before the wall or drawstop. so what I think you mean is soft wall or solid wall. cause if you are shooting out of the valley on a draw cycle, it is very inacurate.
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    I like a wall on my hunting bow and on my indoor bow I like it a little softer....I dont know why I just do.....
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    Most definetly a solid wall for me.

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    solid wall for everything!
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    Solid wall for sure for me.

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    Solid. I love the wall I get from my Spiral Cam. And now, I can't the Spiral Cam anymore.

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    I like a longer Valley with a solid wall.

    Which is why im such a big fan of the Infinity/freedom cams
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    Default Valley or wall

    I learned to shhot on older round wheelers, where the bow was shot out of the middle of the valley. If you tried to puul against a solid stop, you were pulling into a very soft wall. this caused a lot of elevation problems. I like a long valley with a soft wall but I like to anchor into the valley. It's just what works best for me
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