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Old 11-30-2006, 07:31 AM   #1
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Default Looking for Micro Midas 2 owners manual

I just picked up a Browning Micro Midas 2 for my 12 year old daughter that wants to learn to shoot. A really great buy and the bow is extremely clean to be a couple of years old. However, the Browning web site only shows a manual for the Micro Midas 4, and I can tell it has a different cam setup than the 2. I am trying to figure out how to adjust the cam on this one to get her draw length right. I dont even know if a press is required for this bow to set the cam length. If someone has a manual they can scan, photocopy or a document they can email that would be great.

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Old 11-30-2006, 06:40 PM   #2
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I just picked up a Browning Micro Midas 2 for my 12 year old daughter that wants to learn to shoot. A really great buy and the bow is extremely clean to be a couple of years old. However, the Browning web site only shows a manual for the Micro Midas 4, and I can tell it has a different cam setup than the 2. I am trying to figure out how to adjust the cam on this one to get her draw length right. I dont even know if a press is required for this bow to set the cam length. If someone has a manual they can scan, photocopy or a document they can email that would be great.

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Old 11-30-2006, 07:45 PM   #3
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Welcome to the forum Grady,
Did you try to email the tech assistance??
dwatson@browning-archery.com

They can probably email or snail mail you a copy.
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Did you try to email the tech assistance??
dwatson@browning-archery.com

They can probably email or snail mail you a copy.
That was my first shot. They responded very quickly, but told me they had no owners manuals available in print or in some form of a file to download. I looked at the online manual for the current production Micro Midas and the cams are different.
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Ihaven't found an owner's manual yet, but I did find a cam supplement. This should help w/ adjustment.
http://www.thearcher.com/depot/resou...supplement.pdf
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Ihaven't found an owner's manual yet, but I did find a cam supplement. This should help w/ adjustment.
http://www.thearcher.com/depot/resou...supplement.pdf
I'll keep lookin' ,
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Thats great. I appreciate you finding that for me. I was unaware of the part where the draw length can be extended even further by moving the pivot point show in one of the diagrams. Thanks again.

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