I ordered a constitution and was wondering what people are thinking so far of this new technology.
So far,I am getting nothing but a dream.
One guy had a problem with one of his limb bolts,but It could be his own doing?
I was really interested on how to accomplish a drawlength specific bow to get a 1/4 inch more.
I have a 291/4 inch draw,ordered a 29" bow plan on shooting 70% or less letoff,hope that is right with a 2 cam????.
What kind of knock travel is eliminated on these new bows with this system....?
If the timing marks are on the cams, can they be rotated equally ad still be in peak performance?
I also was wondering if theregrips was made by loesh?
Does shrwed make some to fit bowtech grips?
Glenny I just read an article on the Binarycam equalizer sytem, its on bowtechs website. From what I understand there is no need for cam timing it sounds like it does it itself, thus the equalizer name i guess, and it sounds like you can change the draw length a little bit with the postive stop peg the one used to adjust letoff. Although it doesnt say how much, I cannot find anything about cam lean but it does make a person wonder seeing how the cables are not attached to the limbs, but they talk that this is a good thing no limb distortion. Just what I came up with you may want to check out the article for yourself. Later
Went to the ATA show with our Obsession Archery proshop.
I found out there is no camlean on them to worry about.
You can twist the cables as long as you keep it in the marks,and you can twist the string up as well to give you what you need on a quarter inch.so.
I also shot all of em,man,this binary cam system is a drawing dream alright...usually there is a valley that falls out,not on this bow,it's smooth the whole way.Plus just letting down the bow when you want to is so much better than anything I have ever held.It makes me sickly happy....I am happy beleive me.
I also shot the (Bowtech)Diamond/ victory,I might buy one for hunting instead of the old glory even,man it was sweet!
Shot the allegiance,man was it smoking.....
I had a 29" set @ 69 lbs. and put a 451 grain arrow in it,it said a unbeleivable 280 fps.
Shot a 345 grain arrow it said 315 fps.
That did have a whisper biscuit on there so,wow.
I like the draw,it is easy to let down,set it around 62 lbs it would be a dream I amagine in any adverse hunting conditions,and it had very little hand shock.
A sims module would do it.
I also will be shooting the old glory by this weekend and let you know the numbers on that,more than likely I will buy one of them for hunting,I just had a chance to just draw it.
The axle to axle is nice on it,around 37 1/2",but they all got alot of riser comparitive to most other bows.I set the old glory up next to a bow that had a 40 inch riser on it and they were close to being the same length.I prefer the longer ATA bows for the last 2 years,but man what a year for bowtechs.That allegiace impressed me.It gets a huntin bow of choice award for 2005.
glenny, I have a friend with a constitution. Some guys were telling him about the cam lean they noticed on his bow at full draw. He has had me draw the bow for him to check, and the cams are leaning a little (in opposite directions). But, like he told the guys at the shoot, "check out that cam lean on the 45 yd. bag!" Very tight groups. He's not messing with it right now.
I got my constitution in feb. and been shooting all the shoots spots,3d,and feild with it.
I can't say anything to discourage anyone from buying one now that I have owned one for a couple months now...it is all personal preference of course.
I love the bow,actually it is the best bow I have ever shot for competition.
If anyone has any questions or comments about the bowtech's binarycam equalizer system,I would be happy to help them out.
I will stay with the bowtech until something better comes out,of course.