Type: Posts; User: Bad Juju
GO as cameraman for the old boy this season, it will be a lasting memory.
The bolts NEVER have points of any kind either..
Ill give my locals first shot on everything, within reason.
Their price has got to be fair, the service timely and professional, but I don't expect or want it for free.
Thats why Oneida bows are so over engineered :-)
They are a club, not a bow.
Maybe the PSE section ??
I am sure they are great, they are based on sound principals, but way to expensive for me.
$24.95 for 36 fletches + currency conversion + postage
<$7.00 in any store for blazers for the same...
I also stand by the 6 degree on the Arizona EZ mini.
I have found this combined with a heavy FOC (I am at 15%) works best.
Maybe mine is fibreglass too. it just looks black and is not metal.
On my Method bow the carbon cable slide also slightly flexes.
I thought this was part of a torque reducing design. If it is, It is pretty clever better than an angled cable slide bar.
They need to ditch this one: http://martinarchery.com/mtechforum
Allow 2 days plus timezone difference.
THe link looks broken but does work..
the link URL drops you onto a sub-sub board on http://fishingandhuntingforum.com/
Its a prick act after what happened to the board, I'm not a member but I do know a lot of info was purged and lots...
Dude your invisible ink is working ...
I cant read your questions....
Yeah he experienced a "technical" difficulty....which has delayed it a little I believe.
If you want cheap, accurate, repeatable, fast AND portable Arizona EZ Fletch, and if you only shoot 2" or shorter there is the mini.
I will say I miss mine, I loaned it out a year ago.
Am I less manly for liking that bow..... hang on I need to change my skirt.
Top stuff all round.
Rinehart 18in1 works for me.
Check your PM.
Could be a couple of factors.
Thread count, serving size over the cams, speed nocks or lack of, string material, wax load in strings.
Shoot them a while and see.
Died of price shock.
Maybe S/H but not at that price.
The Maxima350 looks REALLY weak spined for your bow.
FWIW check your PM
You get a block which you place between the arm off the riser and the rest body, see part #2 spacerblock in http://www.qadinc.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/UltraRest_Instructions.pdf
Instructions say start 3" below the rest and move lower if needed. SO you should be well in the park.
Yep I read your post and with respect to your final point a Hunting Bow there would be next to no one developing anything for a non compound hunting bow, the best your going to get is an adaptation...
They did, thats how we got a compound bow.
I guess they have to spend the $$ where they will see the most return.