Older limbs vs. Newer limbs - MassMEguide

Hay guys been offline for awhile. To be honest I never posted much but like to read posts when I can. I got a question I think you guys can help me with. I was looking around at used BW's and came across a post for an older style set of limbs (94), the post said these limbs are the older style slimmer and faster than the newer style limbs. I've never of heard this before and is there any truth to this? If so what year did the change this and why. Thanks guy's.

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MassMEguide
January 18th, 2014 05:01:24pm

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I did some research myself sounds like its not true, but thanks.

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Andy Man
January 20th, 2014 03:01:04pm

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they did change limb design a while back my old TF's had more narrowing at the tips, than my new PTF's don't know the reason for the change'; but suspect the "little wider desigh might be a little more resistant to limb twist and more stable?? as far as speed , minimal if any difference as far as I can tell

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MassMEguide
January 20th, 2014 08:01:15pm

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Thanks Andy Man I appreciate you commenting. I decided to stick with limbs and Widows from within the last 10years. Funny you mention limb twist got a 2005 PSA V 43@27 56" and she likes to twist a little. Must have something to do with the short length and narrow tips like you said. I like to read the posts and learn from guys in the know. Thanks

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Andy Man
January 21st, 2014 05:01:08am

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I have a Newer PTF, with the newer wider limbs and it shoots lik a dream, totally smooth and quiet think Toby got the limb timing 100% perfect, almost gotta look to make sure it went off

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Andy Man
January 21st, 2014 05:01:58am

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cocobolo and Yew

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MassMEguide
January 22nd, 2014 06:01:37am

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Nice looking widow. I've been thinking about a new PSAX or PCHX I like the looks of the cross grain and the camo. Decisions decisions!??!
Darren Johnson

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