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    Quote Originally Posted by greatwhite View Post

    Speed: 500 FPS
    Weight: 8.4 LBS
    Length: 28”
    Width Axle to Axle Cocked:3.6”
    Width Axle to Axle Uncocked: 7.6”
    Power-Stroke: 15”
    Kinetic Energy: 222 FT LBS
    Draw Force: 17 LBS
    HexCoil Cam System
    VersaDrive Cocking System
    Fully Assembled/Pre-Tuned
    6 – Ravin .001 Arrows & Field Points (400 Grain Total)
    Ravin Scope Level
    1 – Removable Draw Handle
    1 – Quiver/Mounting Bracket
    Adjustable Turret Scope
    Built-In Cocking Mechanism
    Anti-Dry Fire/Auto Safety
    Built-in Sling Mounts
    I thought we were talking about the new Excal !!??
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    Found another video that gives a great overall explanation ..address a few issues I had Like the loading of it with Broodheads etc. There is a specific load sequence to try and avoid slicing you fingers. But I still think things are going to be tight.

    Also, it's not two safeties (one for each)'s an ambidextrous safety.

    Good practical review, from a guy who repairs bows.

    Arte et marte (By Skill and by Fighting)...The RCEME motto

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    Excalibur Micro 355 has a draw weight of 280 lbs, & a bolt speed of 355ft/s. The micro's limb design seems to be optimized to be able to deal with such high energy. Still, there are reports of micro's limb failures.

    For the same bolt speed (360 ft/s), the twin apparently needs a draw weight of 360 lbs .
    That's an extra 28% energy stored in the twin's limbs compared to the micro.
    Also, the new twin limbs are more "square" shaped to be able to fit the twin.
    I do really wonder how the new twin limbs will perform.
    “Think safety first and then have a good hunt.”
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