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    Talking 2007 Pro3000 from Darton

    Check it out http://dartonarchery.com/Pro3000.htm
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    nice looking bow but we dont have any Dartin dealers around here.......
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BOWMAN View Post
    nice looking bow but we dont have any Dartin dealers around here.......
    I think "Nock and Feather" down here is...


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    Quote Originally Posted by brokenarrow View Post
    I think "Nock and Feather" down here is...
    never been there....maybe this winter/summer/winter/summer....what ever time of year this is I will head down there and take a look....
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    Quote Originally Posted by BOWMAN View Post
    never been there....maybe this winter/summer/winter/summer....what ever time of year this is I will head down there and take a look....
    Let me know maybe we can meet up.


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    Quote Originally Posted by brokenarrow View Post
    Let me know maybe we can meet up.
    only if you promise no hugs or wrestling......
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BOWMAN View Post
    only if you promise no hugs or wrestling......
    Oh now thats not fair to make him promise that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by whitetail99 View Post
    So have you bought one or just looking at it????

    That 6.25" BH is a little too short for me. My form needs at least 7"


    Also am not sure about the 2.5 cam system.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BowhuntnHoosier View Post
    So have you bought one or just looking at it????

    That 6.25" BH is a little too short for me. My form needs at least 7"


    Also am not sure about the 2.5 cam system.
    put some bend in that elbow......

    2.5 cam?????
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    [QUOTE=BOWMAN;17821]put some bend in that elbow......

    2.5 cam?????[/QUOTE]

    Goto the link and it says something about 2.5 cam I am confused also.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BOWMAN View Post
    only if you promise no hugs or wrestling......
    I never make promises I can't keep, you'll just have to take a chance...just make sure your wearin' shoes you can run in...


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    Quote Originally Posted by brokenarrow View Post
    I never make promises I can't keep, you'll just have to take a chance...just make sure your wearin' shoes you can run in...
    oh lord......
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    I plan on using the STS Double on my Pro3000. I used it on my Tundra and my Tempest. With the lower brace the STS should work out to be a great add on.

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    I think is going to be the yolk system
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    I don't think the 2.5 cam has anything to do with the yolk on the bow. From what I have read, it is basically a Binary cam. Just called a different name.
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    Interesting how the cams seem to be tied together like the Bowtec's but with a split cable tying the cams together on both sides of each cam. That should help with cam lean. Nice design.

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    The Y cable does attach to both sides of the cam and the string is in between. It is going {should?} to have the least lean for a cable bar bow.

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    Nice looking bow. 6-1/4 Brace height, I am starting to get flashbacks of my supertec. I hope it works out well for ya.
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    Well I shot the Pro2000,3000,4000 and the AS300. The cams that are on the Pro series are fantastic marvel that I am truly impressed with. You might think the Pro3000 with a listed 6 1/4 brace would hit your wrist easily. Wrong ! I can only think that the limb design must keep the string from moving forward as far. It is very interesting to get a first hand look at the split Y cable take up. It actual works with the cam to increase the overall efficients. The draw cycle of the Pro3000 is like a stiff CPS and had has a hard wall. The AS300 is going to be a prime choice of serious bow hunters. When I was shooting it I so could feel the benefit from its short ATA and quiet shot. I was told the Pro2000 and Pro3000 have a different cam from the Pro4000 and Pro5000. The Pro4000 would be my choice if you wanted to shoot spots and ASA 3D. I can still and do drill the X with my Tundra and the Pro4000 is the modern advancement of that kind of bow. I wanted one of the Pro3000 really bad and none the less {tears} I was added to the list of the other awaiting its newest production run. As soon as I get it I will post pics Trust me!

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    The pro 3000 is the only new bow on darton's web sight, and it is the only one of the 2007 lineup that my dealer doesn't have.
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