Thanks for the input there fellas.
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Thanks for the input there fellas.
Will keep that in mind. Thank you.
Just purchased a new Thunder Hawk with split limbs. Haven't shot it yet but I do know that I love how it shoulders, small and narrow it is, as well as how light it is. Aiming off hand is very solid....
Thanks man. Me too. Haven't even been able to shoot it yet due to health reasons, so maybe today if I feel up to it. Sure looking forward to it.
I apologize, should have stated both were shipped USPS Priority. I could live with the $30.00 shipping fee.
So yeah, see where the press is headed first and go from there.
All I did was put...
Just purchase my first X-bow......Parker Thunder Hawk. Split limbs, illuminated scope, crank, arrows, quiver, etc.
Purchased it off of wyvern. He said he's not seen any problems with the new...
I'm now the proud owner of my very first X-bow. Parker Thunder Hawk, illuminated scope, crank, string stoppers, and the rest of the goodies.
I sincerely hope this will be a pleasant journey for...
Guys, what David Wilkins at Wyverns told me is Parker now pro-rates bows over 5 years old. After that date, they will give you X amount towards another new X-bow.
If you think about it, that's...
Facts are, gentlemen, that any rest that remains up longer, or a fixed rest, allows the shooter to guide the arrow until it has completely cleared the bow/rest. That can be used for you or against...
If you don't trust the Saunders Hyper Glide, then I suggest you go with the Sims Teflon slide. Very durable and slides easy on the cable rod.
BTW, I owned a couple Hyper Glides and never really...
Just sold one a week ago. Put it in the box it came to me in from Jerry's. Press went to MI from KY. Cost was $30.00
However, a few years ago I sold a POS Pac Press and it cost me $70.00 from KY...
Thanks again, Jerry.
So what vane would you recommend other than Blazers?
Do you, or anyone else out there, recommend 4" helical feathers?
Those dogs are so pretty. Congrats man.
LOL, now that's positive thinking at it's best right there. ^^^^^
Now that we have this narrowed down, lets talk arrow durability.
I've been known to give arrows a hard way to go with vertical bows. I pretty much stuck with one arrow brand over the years do to...
My ex used to bring in stray dogs like crazy. And some of them we not strays. If she could pick it up, she would.:confused:
Yep, that's what I've heard.
Hey Clint. That's what I was afraid of. I'll just have to fletch some up and see how my new shooter likes them. Hopefully they will work considering I have a boat load of Blazers.
Yep, by golly that's what the other ones were.
I called Jerry at South Shore and asked him a few questions on arrows. You guys were correct......he highly recommends BEE's.
I also asked him about using standard 2" Blazers on X-bow arrows. He...
I was wondering what kind of arrows bees are? NOW I GET IT. Duh!
So the ex is still getting even with ya, huh?
I kid, I kid. :)
Different for sure.
Not hard to do with just about any brand of arrow.
Okay, Clint. You win!!
Just called Jerry. He also recommends Black Eagle Exec arrows. Don't need any right now but when I do that's most likely what I'll get.
Clint, I should have stated this in the beginning. What I've found with arrows over the years is, most any arrow is plenty durable enough as long as you hit a target. But when the target is either...
Never heard of it. I'll have to check it out.
Awesome! I have lots of Blazers. Been a fan of them for a long time now.
Only thing is, I don't know if my AZ Mini jig will accept such large dia arrows? I really like the additional helical that...
Clint, if memory serves me correctly I believe it was the Black Eagle arrows that were fairly fragile with vertical bows. Not sure how durable they are on with X-bow arrows?