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    Currently have Samick Agulla with Challenger Craft 32lb limbs. Can these limbs take fastflight or do i need to upgrade .

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    Yes they can.
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    Yep, no problem used Fastflight with Winstar and Challenger Craft limbs.

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    General rule of thumb - new string material + old limbs = bad idea. Q.V, Fast flight on a wooden bow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sky_high30
    General rule of thumb - new string material + old limbs = bad idea. Q.V, Fast flight on a wooden bow.
    How old is "old"? I've got a 25 (or more) year old KG1 which could certainly take fastflight (hell, it could cope with *kevlar*, which was a tougher proposition). It's not really an "age" thing, so much as a "quality" issue. I suspect a fair number of "wooden" bows are well able to take fastflight as well (anything from Border, for example).

    What I think you're trying to say is "don't use it on a training bow". I'd probably include the plastic or metal handled trainers in that category as well...

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