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After my practice yesterday, everything is still on point. I was just checking everything afterwards and noticed a small splinter on the left limb of my Matrix 330. I'm going on my last hunt of the year this Friday. I guess I will tear it down when I get back and send it back. I'm guessing I should after the hunt, because I'm sure will tell me
not to shoot it anymore. This is my only bow, so it's hunt with it or throw the arrows at the deer.
I've heard of several micro's limbs going bad but not the matrix.
 

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Thanks guys for the help and advice. Will take some pics today.
 

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I called Excal and talked to Dawn. She said take some pics of the splinters and email them to her. I did that and within 30 minutes, she emailed back. She said through the old limbs away, new limbs are on there way. Dawn is a GEM in my book. Customer service like that is hard to beat.
 
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Yes they are Wapster
 

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Installed my new limbs and only had a small adjustment in up and down and windage. The funny and good thing was, now it shoots fixed blade BH's POI with field points. The Montec G5 100 gr. shoots dead on. They used to shoot low and left a couple inches.
 
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