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  • Single vs. Dual cams ???

    I'm thinking a GT500 may be in my future. However, I've only owned Hoyt bows in the past.
    Whats the pros/cons for a dual versus single cam bow?

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    with this new Revolution Cam design,, Doesn't sound like much of anything, anymore but speed...No cam lean. More forgivings and smooth,,,Sounds like teh perfect bow to me..,. That's why I ordered mine the first I heard it was being made...I personally wanted to be one of the first to become part of the New Revolution.. Whooooooo hoooooooooo Baby!
    2012 Elite Answer

    As Iron sharpens Iron., So one man sharpens another...Prov:27:17

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      Okay, pro's Single: little to no tuning, typically smooth Dual?binary/trinary:speed, power, usualy more aggressive but still smooth draw cycle, fill in the blanks guys, and correct me if i'm wrong. This is what I have learned in the last two years from (my) bows. I have four wheels on my truck, don't need any on my bow!

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      • #4
        pros/cons

        Pros--
        single cam- ease of draw and ease of tuning
        binary cam-speed


        Cons--
        single cam-getting boring, kinda like white bread
        binaries-just plain fun to shoot, more like pumpernickel (oh wait that's not a con)
        2011 Pure Sno AT 29/60
        Frequent Frankenbower

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