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    Default Preferences...singel or dual cam

    What do you prefer to shoot singel or dual cam and why. Or does it matter?
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    Quote Originally Posted by philg View Post
    What do you prefer to shoot singel or dual cam and why. Or does it matter?
    SINGLE all the way, I prefer the draw cycle.....
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    Default Same!

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    SINGLE all the way, I prefer the draw cycle.....
    Same single,and faster to tune!
    Dont have to worry about 2cams rolling over the same!
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    It doesn't matter to me. I suck with all of them.

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    dual looks less retarded. But I guess its the functionality thats important

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    Dual cams for me.

    I like the draw cycle an I LOVE a valley.
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    I ve had single cams for a long time and love em. The smooth draw cycle is hard to beat.

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    I like the feel of the double cam over the single. I guess it is only my preference as to what I like. As long as it shoots I'm
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    I do like the valley of the dual cams but I love the smoothness of the single for target

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dredly View Post
    I do like the valley of the dual cams but I love the smoothness of the single for target

    x2 for me also. I definatly like the Binary feel.
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    Depends on the cam system. I love the Binaries, the Nitrous is ok, the cam 1/2 shoots well, but makes my head hurt to try and tune them.

    I like the single also, not too hard to please I guess.

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    Duel Cam for me. Perferably a 1.5 variation.

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    I hunt with an Allegiance and it's smooth (smooth mods). Cam timing is not an issue with that. I love that bow.

    Having said that I use a Mathews for target...

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