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Martin's Leopard

Equipment Notes: youth/short-draw bows



Martin's Leopard is a 30" bow that draws smoothly over its 21"-26" range. Brace height is 6", letoff is 80% (65% optional), and draw weight is 40-50 lbs. Features include machined aluminum riser, thermal grip, Mini M-Pro single cam, and Super Mag limbs (Martin Archery, 509/529-2554, www.martinarchery.com




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