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Hmmm ... I'm perplexed as to what it does differently, better, than the cable rod, which flexes, and Teflon cable guide that is on my dual-cam 1992 Browning Maxim, or the flex rod system, like on the BowTechs? Also, I don't understand how it could make the wall more solid, especially on a solocam, unless the system creates the equivalent of a draw stop ... either the cams are timed or not timed, regardless of the cabling? I did a Search at USPTO for 'tilt', 'tamer', 'torque', 'archery' in the Abstract Field and for "Marsullo" in the Inventor/Assignee/Applicant Name Field which produced zero results. Are you sure he isn't Joseph
, who holds many patents for mail/envelope stackers, document feeders, etc., but none for archery related devices that I could find? Perhaps you could give a detailed explanation of how it works, or point to the Patent Number so we can read the Abstract?
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