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OK, found it ...
After watching the video, I don't see where it does anything differently than my cable rod on the 1992 Browning, which is adjustable to barely hold the cable clear of the fletch at brace, then bends in to bring the cables as close as possible to the centerline of the powerstroke without interfering with the arrow shaft. I think the BowTech Flx-Guard or PSE Flex-Cable Slide works similarly, but better than the standard cable rod.
The whole subject of how much lateral nock travel affects precision, which is different than accuracy, is debatable. Whether a flexible (BowTech FLX-Guard/PSE Flex Cable Slide) or self-adjusting cable offset (TiltTamer) is better than a rigid offset (Mathews Roller Guard/Hoyt In-Line Roller Guard) or if a shoot though cabling system (Barnsdale
) is superior hasn't been provable at the highest levels of competition. As long as a bow can be tuned to shoot a bullet hole in paper at several distances, proving straight arrow flight, any issues of cam lean/tilt or limb twist/tilt, torque, etc., become more theoretical than practical, IMHO. ... but if it helps, it helps.
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