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Single cam with sleek slim limb look. 32 inches ATA , 345 IBO min. Three to four inches of draw length adjustment, draw stop and solid back wall without a jumpy cam. Wood style focus grip or wood inlays offered in grip options. Machined (not a flimsy rod) reverse assist roller guard that does not chew up servings. Dead end like string stop with improved looks. More attachment locations on the riser, and a nice two piece bolt on quiver. Four pounds or less mass weight, $900 or less. I also like two string suppressors better than one. Six inch or better brace height and a 55lbs max draw weight option. Sort of a cross between the Drenalin, Z7, Helium and the Reezen with a few improvements. I think the draw length adjustment would be huge for most archers. Also think Mathews needs to remember they are a single cam solid limb type of company and continue to build on that legacy. They can offer split limbs and dual cams on the Monster line but not on their flagship model. Just my 2cents
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