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I have a Browning Bushmaster that is about 25 years old, and has been stored un strung. The string shows some wear and needs to

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  • I have a Browning Bushmaster that is about 25 years old, and has been stored un strung. The string shows some wear and needs to

    I have a Browning Bushmaster that is about 25 years old, and has been stored un strung. The string shows some wear and needs to be replaced. Other than that it looks good. Any reason I couldn't fire it?

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    I'm pretty sure the bushmaster has composite limbs; if so, look them over closely to make sure there aren't any cracks anywhere. Same idea with the eccentric system; make sure the cams can still turn easily. I'd also take it really easy the first few times I shot it; only put 5-10 arrows across it and then inspect the limbs and cams again.

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