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  • I bought my Mission Bow last year. Does it require a tune up or adjustment.

    I bought my Mission Bow last year. Does it require a tune up or adjustment.

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    Does it still shoot well? Bought my Mathews Z7 couple years ago and no problems to date. If the string is frayed I would suggest a new Winner's choice string and cables.

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    • #3
      Shoot it and it will let you know,my guess it will need some tuning.

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      • #4
        It still shoots well, the string looks good no fraying or sign of wear.

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        • #5
          I suggest that you look over the string and cable really well. If you have any areas that look frayed or stressed it should be replaced. And also make sure to wax your string and cable.

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          • #6
            If you have not had it checked out in 6 months or so bring it in. There will be string stretch and the cams will most likely out of timing. These can impact your shooting. If you need a new string or cable DEL is right go with winner's choice they are pre stretched meaning much less initial stretching, counter spun which means a better quality and use the best materials. Just because a bow is not shooting bad does not mean it is shooting right.

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            • #7
              Mike0714 is correct. If you have a single cam then you won't have to worry about timing, but string condition and bushing travel are your concerns beyond that. Corrosion is an issue on a lot of bows because they inherently venture into the elements so how you treat your bow after it gets rained/snowed on will make a difference on how soon these things take effect. Look closely at areas where metal meets metal:steel will be a normal rust color and aluminum will have a chalky white color the same texture as iron oxide. The bow shop where I purchased my Z7 gives it a free once over whenever I am in there so I try to do it about every six months. Dropping it into the press to check the bushings won't cost them anything and will keep you shooting.

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