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When the announcement came out for the new limbs on the 2020 Micro models, I got pretty excited. I had been looking closely at the Axe 340 when it came out too, but now that Excal has a new limb out, I'm leaning more towards these newer models. I really like the Micro platform for my second xb (first recurve).

Of course, next year it'll be something else... just the way it is.

Anyway, I'm curious if anyone here has purchased and received one of the new Micro models with their latest limbs, and if there are any early observations about them yet?
 

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When the announcement came out for the new limbs on the 2020 Micro models, I got pretty excited. I had been looking closely at the Axe 340 when it came out too, but now that Excal has a new limb out, I'm leaning more towards these newer models. I really like the Micro platform for my second xb (first recurve).

Of course, next year it'll be something else... just the way it is.

Anyway, I'm curious if anyone here has purchased and received one of the new Micro models with their latest limbs, and if there are any early observations about them yet?
Stat geek at this time there has been no response to this same question on others post. I too am in the market and looking to the Assassin 400 TD but with the others bows coming out in just a few weeks not sure if many will buy just yet. I will but Wyvern creations is closed till Monday.
 

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Stat geek at this time there has been no response to this same question on others post. I too am in the market and looking to the Assassin 400 TD but with the others bows coming out in just a few weeks not sure if many will buy just yet. I will but Wyvern creations is closed till Monday.
Dave at Wyvern is where I'd be buying my second xb from too, since he took such great care of me on my current Stealth.

That 400TD Micro looks fantastic "on paper" and that's a top contender for me. I'm excited to see that Excal is using a different limb on these newer models. Different doesn't mean better, of course, but I'm hopeful that they're testing a new technology that is even more robust than their current Micro limbs. I know that Excal has an excellent customer service reputation, and that's essential for sure. They've replaced a lot of limbs for customers already and seem to take care of their customer base pretty well. That's essential, for certain, but even better is to not have to need to replace the limbs in the first place.
 
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