my browning bow is 11 yrs old now. i'm just wondering what you guys look for to decide if it has another year left or if it's time to hang it up and get a new one. it still shoots consistent and i can't see any cracks or anything anywhere. it's a split limb single cam and the limbs seem to be twisting in a little out at the cam which puts the cam at a slight angle. that torque is common with a single cam though isn't it? or are the limbs or pockets worn out or something? other than that it's in great shape. it shoots consistent groups and seems to maintain draw weight fine year after year without having to increase the setting point. i haven't run it through a chrony lately so i'm not sure what it's putting out these days. any other things i should be looking for??