Type: Posts; User: rockdeer
Looking for a Doinker Tactical stabilizer that's in good shape, and at a decent price. PM me with what you have. Thanks.
BTW, the pins are .19
Bump, let's hear some offers.
I'm not sure what you would get but, I took a 200lb black bear at 25 yds. The arrow, a carnivore 400 cut to 27.5 inches c/c, bow at 62 pounds with a 28.5 inch draw. The arrow went in behind the ribs...
I have for sale an Apex Gear Axim 4 pin sight & lens kit. Tool less design, with micro adjustments and a micro push button light. Also comes with the Axim Lens kit with a 2 power lens, cleaning cloth...
I would go to the Black Eagle Carnivore in a 300 spine for your set up. You'll have the stiffness in the spine that you need, with a light weight, fast moving arrow.
Usually just snug the new flex down and then back the screw out about 2/3 to 3/4 of a turn and you should be all set.
I made the switch from Mathews back in 2005 and haven't looked back. BowTech makes some real nice shooting bows and I don't see any reason to change.
I use the Pro Drop by AAE on my 360. I've tried the qad rest on other bows and I think they are junk compared to the Pro Drop.
Yes, when changing your limbs from a 50 - 60. or 60 - 70, you need to change your flex guard. If you are decreasing the poundage, you don't have to worry about it.
I can't believe that this is still here. TTT.
The flex guards are supposed to be draw weight specific therefore, not interchangeable..
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I have personally seen this x-bow and it is in like brand new condition. This is a steal at that price.
Price dropped to $160.00 plus shipping
Up for the morning crowd.
2081879 I have this Pac Press for sale. comes with everything that you see in the picture. Short jack, extra chains, extra arms and u-bolts I tried it out a couple of time but really prefer my spike...