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    You should have continued watching! Chance shot...

    You should have continued watching! Chance shot a "10" in the next end and was down 3 points while Keith Trail continued to pound the 11's.
    Chance finished out the next 7 ends without missing an...
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    Don Kudlacek "invented" the shoot thru cabling...

    Don Kudlacek "invented" the shoot thru cabling system. However, Jimmy Despart/Martin revolutionized the three track cam system.
    Merlin archery also had a "shoot thru" cabling system, but on a two...
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    It was Chance's 4th win for the Midwest Open, and...

    It was Chance's 4th win for the Midwest Open, and this one was the 3rd in a row, first for the new Midwest Open. No record, and didn't match his own record score of 689, but a win is a win!
    There...
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    I have both a hooded Peep site with...

    I have both a hooded Peep site with interchangeable apertures and I also have the old standby Fletcher Tru-Peep that I have used for nearly 40 years (since they first came out).
    Personally, I much...
  5. Thread: Hinges...

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    One critical thing to add here is that...once you...

    One critical thing to add here is that...once you have this setup completed...DO NOT CHANGE IT, period! I repeat, DO NOT CHANGE THIS SETTING! You now must LEAVE IT ALONE!
    You are going to have...
  6. I used either teflon plumber's tape OR the lowest...

    I used either teflon plumber's tape OR the lowest temperature "hot" melt that I can. Either works really well.
    If you use the low temperature hot melt, it only takes a tiny tad of heat to loosen...
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    You do NOT need to remove the d-loop and make...

    You do NOT need to remove the d-loop and make another one 1/16" longer and reinstall!!!
    You can lengthen the d-loop right on the bow in increments smaller than 1/16", up to a point, that is. All...
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    I've often wonder what happened to the weekly...

    I've often wonder what happened to the weekly "matches" and scores that were submitted...and the "sending people to the pine." That was so eloquently done by OneBowTie. Remember?
    field14 (Tom D.)
  9. Not this year...the "Midwest Triple Crown"...

    Not this year...the "Midwest Triple Crown" consists of the "new" Midwest Open being held in Bloomington, IL, followed by the Iowa Pro-Am and then by the KANSAS CITY Shootout. There isn't a shoot in...
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    If you are talking the above, then the MAXIMUM...

    If you are talking the above, then the MAXIMUM poundage for compounds is 60# and it is strictly enforced. So, crank 'er down to something a tad below 60# to cover things if when they check your bow...
  11. Ron, I too owned a Citation, and then a Citation...

    Ron, I too owned a Citation, and then a Citation II. I also owned and shot both the PSE Laser and the Laser Magnum. In fact my Laser Magnum is still in the family and was used by one of my brothers...
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    [For Sale] check your PM and e-mail. field14 (Tom D.)

    check your PM and e-mail.
    field14 (Tom D.)
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    Jarrod will be sorely missed. Condolences to the...

    Jarrod will be sorely missed. Condolences to the family and friends.
    field14 (Tom D.)
  14. For 3-D, black on black, all black. Seems to...

    For 3-D, black on black, all black. Seems to have a psychological effect on the competition, haha.
    For FIELD shooting, I like bright orange or fluorescent pink with orange or pink nocks so that I...
  15. Thread: questions

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    Correct, this is simply the "900 round" shortened...

    Correct, this is simply the "900 round" shortened up to only 60 arrows instead of 90 arrows, and 5 arrows per end instead of 6.

    However it is a "target" round; not a field round.

    field14
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    There is a new kid on the block with regard to...

    There is a new kid on the block with regard to launcher blades, folks. These things are NICE and ONE thickness (WIDE is equivalent to 0.012 due to shape, not thickness) works for all arrow rests. ...
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    At least DARTON has "options" and you aren't...

    At least DARTON has "options" and you aren't stuck with high letoff, like it or not! Fantastic to be able to pick your letoff % and even change it to a higher letoff for hunting and then for target...
  18. Thread: Hinge comfort

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    Pick ONE release, set it, and forget about making...

    Pick ONE release, set it, and forget about making any changes to the speed or anything else. Just because one night it is going off correctly and then the next it isn't is NOT reason enough to...
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    Yes, you can adjust the letoff with the draw stop...

    Yes, you can adjust the letoff with the draw stop positioning...>BUT...when you do that to get minimum letoff and maximum holding weight...you lose nearly all of your "valley" since you are now at...
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    You are absolutely correct. Yes, there was...

    You are absolutely correct.
    Yes, there was initially a 4-spot NFAA blue face when they first went to a multi-spot indoor target face with an X-ring in it. Sometime around 1977 or so, and...
  21. There again, in your first sentence the FIRST...

    There again, in your first sentence the FIRST part is about SPEED, and then here comes HIGH letoff, which means to get decent HOLDING weight, you gotta draw back heavy poundage! MORE Speed, MORE...
  22. Two things immediatly come to mind: 1....

    Two things immediatly come to mind:
    1. SPEED...everything is SPEED today, and a twin cam "wheelie bow" just doesn't have SPEED! The first thing you hear with any bow is, "How FAST is it?"
    2. Let...
  23. The manuf. have been there and done that...some...

    The manuf. have been there and done that...some 40 years ago...and just very, very recently, have started to come back around to realizing that the SUPER LOW grips don't allow for the forearm and bow...
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    Kevin Koch Mike Pollard and I'm sure there are...

    Kevin Koch
    Mike Pollard
    and I'm sure there are more, too. Will have to see what shows up at the Midwest Open in 5 weeks...

    T
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    Well, initially, there were a pair of stainless...

    Well, initially, there were a pair of stainless steel "buttons" that also had slots in them. The purpose? Simple...you could built up a "******* string" with big loops in it that was long enough to...
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    I agree with this, too, Jim. That was about the...

    I agree with this, too, Jim. That was about the only Hoyt bow that I've ever owned that just would not shoot! I changed cams on it twice and still couldn't get any decent scores with it. Finally...
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    I find it so amazing these days that nearly...

    I find it so amazing these days that nearly everyone you run across, no matter which brand they are shooting, are shooting "for" company X, Y, or Z. Now, let's get real here folks...not EVERYONE can...
  28. Too bad it only fits Mathews bows! This isn't...

    Too bad it only fits Mathews bows! This isn't exactly a brand spanking new concept, but it could rake in some dough if there were models to fit such bows as Hoty (especially the Contender Elites or...
  29. I think the "Rotationg modules" were invented by...

    I think the "Rotationg modules" were invented by Marlow Larson when he was with Browning Archery back in the early 1990's. It wasn't long and others were using those rotating modules, too.
    field14...
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    Oh, but "grasshopper", your points are well taken...

    Oh, but "grasshopper", your points are well taken and does shed a bit of a different light on "revolutionary", doesn't it? It is sort of a "revolution" when SPEED and other such things are placed...
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