RPM nitro vs Striker

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    RPM nitro vs Striker

    Looking at these two bows. I know the striker is camless, but I was wondering how the performance is with it compared to the nitro?

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    Pond Scum
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    Quote Originally Posted by ddolph View Post
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    I'm with you on this

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    Camed bows will always beat camless bows when it comes to speeds. That being said I still see a chitload of people buying camless bows like the Striker, G-Nat and, well until this week, the Muzzy LV-X....

    I think a lot of people like the camless bows because they are a cheaper ticket into the lever bow world and they are, generally, lighter than camed bows.

    And honestly when it comes to bowfishing how much does speed really matter? As long as you can tune your bow and pair it with the properly weighted arrow and tip combination you can match any others penetration.

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