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    Default Best Wall for Back tension?

    Not sure if it makes a difference...but is there a preferably draw stop method with back tension...limb stop or cable stop...if cable stop pegs or mod track?
    thanks.

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    NOW THIS IS JUST MY PREFERENCE...SO NOBODY FLAME ME !!!!!!

    I have owned and shot with backtension for several years now...and for me the type of bows with limb stops, ie Elite, Strother, etc seem to hold better and go off cleaner than cams that have cable stops, ie Hoyt. Having said that, I shot Hoyt for a couple of years and LOVED their bows.

    IMO, the limb stops just feel better and drop into the valley better
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    Only shoot it with my Martin.. mod's are the stops...very solid back wall
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    i agree with rattlinman. i just pull til the limbs stop and tighten up ur back until the shot cleanly breaks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rattlinman View Post
    NOW THIS IS JUST MY PREFERENCE...SO NOBODY FLAME ME !!!!!!

    I have owned and shot with backtension for several years now...and for me the type of bows with limb stops, ie Elite, Strother, etc seem to hold better and go off cleaner than cams that have cable stops, ie Hoyt. Having said that, I shot Hoyt for a couple of years and LOVED their bows.

    IMO, the limb stops just feel better and drop into the valley better
    Just in terms of feel I like a limb stop...I have been using back tension with limb stops (all I own currently) but I was wondering if the limb stop pressing on the limbs could create additional torque. I also see that plenty of target shooters use cable stops.

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    I like cable stops, on my ProElite I have the cable stop peg in and the little piece of rubber on the top cam removed and gives a really solid back wall
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