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    Default Fred Bear Truth Or Fred Bear Code

    The only thing I do not like about the truth is the grip. Can this be changed?

    I am looking at buying either of these bows. 490$ yank dollars for the code and 500$ for the truth. Should I spend the extra 10 bucks? LOL

    Just wondering,... It would be GREAT if I could put say a Martin grip on the truth. But I dont know.

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    Kyle

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    Have you shot or got a good look at either of them?
    Never buy reloads from a man named Stumpy, Lefty or Nub

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    Thats the funny thing about shooting in AB,

    WE HAVE NO BLOODY ARCHERY SHOPS WHERE I LIVE.

    Besides.
    I dont mind doing the trade and buy deally.
    I do it with ham radio and cam out with an awesome station.

    I dont know... From the pics that I have seen and the vids....
    The ONLY thing I dont like is the two peice wood handles

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    I like a little longer ATA so I would probably go with the Code, but that's just me.

    I'd like to get a look at both of them close up before I made up my mind though. I have liked the looks of that Code since they came out. If I was into single cams, I might would have to give one a hard look.

    Good luck with which ever you choose. I've seen good reviews on both.
    Never buy reloads from a man named Stumpy, Lefty or Nub

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    So its a coin toss LOL
    okay well thanks guys...



    One more question on the Truth Can it be possible to replace the handle?
    from a two peice wood to something softer?

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    I have the Code, because it goes to 31" draw. The truth seems nice, except for the ugly strings. . You could take the side plates off and wrap the grip with one of those limbsaver wraps, I guess.

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    Default FRED BEAR CODE does anyone know if the cam is adjustable?

    Hello i am new to archery and this site, i had just ordered a fred bear a few days ago and they sent me a 30" which is on my way, although i prefer 28" would i be able to adjust it at all without hving to buy anything? Please get back asap thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by mihali98 View Post
    Hello i am new to archery and this site, i had just ordered a fred bear a few days ago and they sent me a 30" which is on my way, although i prefer 28" would i be able to adjust it at all without hving to buy anything? Please get back asap thanks
    you'll have to change the draw length module to get to 28". they run about $12.

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    thank you very much but can i change it at all? Not adjustable at all? Will i have to bring it to a bow shop to do this? thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by mihali98 View Post
    thank you very much but can i change it at all? Not adjustable at all? Will i have to bring it to a bow shop to do this? thanks
    the cam has about 1/2" of adjustment but you need a bow press to be able to change it. any Bear dealer should have the module you need.

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