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    Common Carp
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    From what was posted by a guy on Facebook of him shooting the demo bow there it cause a heck of a lot of ruckus... I mean skippy and full bore were goin off on how poorly the bow was tuned... I think it's a great start but I wouldn't want to be the guinie pig for this bow. Idk if anyone else caught all that drama that was going on between them all but it was heated.

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    Where would a guy have to go to find that?

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    Didn't it get deleted from lever lovers on FB?

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    I deactivated my Facebook account chance and Clint. It was on a guy name Matt Bruce's personal page. I can't tell you anymore than that cuz I'm not on there anymore

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    Looks like the pre orders shipped from RPM. Looking forward to some reviews.

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    I'd like to check this thing out. Not crazy about only doing 250 machined risers and then going with casting. I dunno where to even begin on that topic, but it's all kinds of wrong. Especially if the price stays the same.

    What I don't get is why they are going from machined to cast?? They've already got a manufacturer lined up who already has their machines set with the program to cut these risers and components. Why the hell just STOP for no reason?

    Not to mention switching to cast will be more cost to RPM at first because they have to pay to have the molds made. If they were smart they'd offer BOTH a cast bow and a machined bow. If they come out with a decent shooting machined riser at $500, and a cast riser at any price less than that, it'll change things for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarpCommander View Post
    I'd like to check this thing out. Not crazy about only doing 250 machined risers and then going with casting. I dunno where to even begin on that topic, but it's all kinds of wrong. Especially if the price stays the same.

    What I don't get is why they are going from machined to cast?? They've already got a manufacturer lined up who already has their machines set with the program to cut these risers and components. Why the hell just STOP for no reason?

    Not to mention switching to cast will be more cost to RPM at first because they have to pay to have the molds made. If they were smart they'd offer BOTH a cast bow and a machined bow. If they come out with a decent shooting machined riser at $500, and a cast riser at any price less than that, it'll change things for sure.
    I saw on facebook they were going to stay with a machined riser. Hope that's true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GaryBriggs View Post
    I saw on facebook they were going to stay with a machined riser. Hope that's true.
    Per Josh (owner) discussion with pro-staff, margin will be thinner but he has decided he would like to put out a higher quality bow and stay with the quality of the machined riser in lieu of a cast riser.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jb-hunter View Post
    Per Josh (owner) discussion with pro-staff, margin will be thinner but he has decided he would like to put out a higher quality bow and stay with the quality of the machined riser in lieu of a cast riser.
    There you have it folks, I think that's a good move.

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    Incredibly good move!

    You'll build a customer base that reaches far and wide by making decisions like this.

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