I picked up an old High country bow a while back. The guy told me the draw lingth was adjustable, but it turns out that it isn't. So I am now trying to sell it.
Well one of the guys that looked at it insists that the bow has wheels and not cams. My reaction is the guy doesn't know what he is talking about, or is trying to make it sound bad to get the price lower, but maybe I am off.
I thought a cam was essentially a wheel that when rotated on its axil would produce, for instance, a verticle movement along the verticle axis. Like how a cam shaft pushes open an engine valve.
This bow does not have a circular Cam/wheel so I can't imagin it not being a cam.