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  1. I get my best results with low profile (short) 4...

    I get my best results with low profile (short) 4 bladed fixed heads like Slick Trick std or mags: less planing with smallish head no worry about orienting blades with vanes.
    For mechs it's Spitfire...
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    X2 but I sling mine upside down (stock butt up)...

    X2 but I sling mine upside down (stock butt up) for walk in, but do have QD swivels for quick removal.
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    That can work if the glue isn't real good. If it...

    That can work if the glue isn't real good. If it is, sometimes the 'guts' (spiral carbon threads) of the arrow come with the nock when doing so. Kiss that arrow adios....or cut off and convert to let...
  4. Thread: TT or No TT

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    TT or No TT

    Pitted my two Missions against each other yesterday to determine if TT makes a big difference.

    The two bows, a Mission 320 w/o TT and the 360 with TT were equally matched for accuracy before the...
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    Sure, just be aware that they reduce speed by...

    Sure, just be aware that they reduce speed by approx 1 fps for every grain of weight added to limbs (sting or arrow) and won't do much to reduce bow noise. (Vibration a little; bow noise, not so much)
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    I bentmine on the Mission bu laying the scope...

    I bentmine on the Mission bu laying the scope base on level bench, with spring facing up, and push down with hand to desired deflection . I bent the tip down by wrapping some needle nose pliers with...
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    If they are glued you could try soaking them in...

    If they are glued you could try soaking them in boiling water to see if they'll loosen or insert a 3/64 metal rod through the insert hole and tap them out.
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    Mission Sniper Light, great QUALITY kid sized...

    Mission Sniper Light, great QUALITY kid sized bow, that will serve him for a long time and has a lifetime warranty....by Matthews
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    Same here. This somewhat depends on how you hunt,...

    Same here. This somewhat depends on how you hunt, your size and proclivities.
    1. If you hunt from ground blinds, then the svelte, but slower, Sniper Light may be your answer.
    2. If you're a bigger...
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    Likely the Js will work in your bow too.

    Likely the Js will work in your bow too.
  11. It's allegedly due to poor sales (and to avoid...

    It's allegedly due to poor sales (and to avoid future liability no doubt) I for one would go anywhere but Wally World to buy a black gun. Not only is their stock very basic but their staff know...
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    I dropped a TT into my 360, what a world of...

    I dropped a TT into my 360, what a world of difference. Trigger pull went from 6.5 lbs -albeit crisp- to very crisp and light, as I much prefer, 2.4 lbs. Made a world of difference in trigger...
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    Ugly is as ugly does. I have two and they are...

    Ugly is as ugly does. I have two and they are BEAUTIFUL. Made just minutes from where you live is a BIG upside, if anything should go wrong.
  14. Went from making my own (using GT shafts, blazer,...

    Went from making my own (using GT shafts, blazer, etc) to Black Eagle Executioners from Jerry or Dave. Can't make em that good or inexpensive myself.
  15. Thread: Broadheads

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    For fixed heads I prefer a low profile (short) 4...

    For fixed heads I prefer a low profile (short) 4 bladed head like the std or mag Slick Tricks...esp a really fast bow. Larger broadheads tend to plane when pushed hard.
  16. Thread: swacker

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    Take a gander at Grim Reapers, I LOVE the three...

    Take a gander at Grim Reapers, I LOVE the three balded 2" cut.
  17. Thread: scopes

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    Agreed. I'm 3 for three (broken) TruGlo...

    Agreed. I'm 3 for three (broken) TruGlo scopes/red dots. They are JUNK.
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    Biggest downsides are: no magnification, limited...

    Biggest downsides are: no magnification, limited field of view, point of impact affected by parallax if eye/scope alignment isn't consistent. But for shots under 30 yards, it works.
  19. Right on, I actually lost the quiver walking out...

    Right on, I actually lost the quiver walking out one night, didn't find out until at truck. Had to make a trip next morning to find it.
  20. If you want to be a bit more realistic, try using...

    If you want to be a bit more realistic, try using several layers of burlap instead of water bottles. Never had the two mechs I shoot (Spitfire and Grim Reaper Whitetail Special) fail to deploy on...
  21. A ll depends on how you use the bow. For still...

    A ll depends on how you use the bow. For still hunting I'd go either unattached, carry on hip of pack, or same axis as barrel on top of bow...to keep arrow from brush bragging. If you carry the bow...
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    Silencing ANY crossbow -to the point that deer...

    Silencing ANY crossbow -to the point that deer won't hear them - is an exercise in futility. They7 hold back 3 or 4 times the pull weight of a vert, so they will be loud when that energy is released....
  23. Thread: arrow storage

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    I use pieces of 6" black drain tubing with a wood...

    I use pieces of 6" black drain tubing with a wood base attached so they stand up. Have made 4 or 5 to hold the various arrows of different bows for virtually no cost.
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    The Qs are slightly tighter on my string that J'...

    The Qs are slightly tighter on my string that J' fit but work. The ears are shorter on the Js to accommodate the short trigger box of Missions.
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    MBX 360 trigger tech trigger

    I put the TT on a trigger scale today. Average of 4 shots was a tad under 2 3/8 lbs. Very consistent and predictable release. This trigger has just 8 shots through it so it may settle in closer to 2...
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    I put the TT on a trigger scale. Average of 4...

    I put the TT on a trigger scale. Average of 4 shots was a tad under 2 3/8 lbs. Very consistent and predictable release. This trigger has just 8 shots through it so it may settle in closer to 2 lbs. ...
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    I like a low profile (short) 4 bladed head for my...

    I like a low profile (short) 4 bladed head for my fixed bladed uses. ST mags fits the bill, no worry about aligning blades with vanes, have one that as passed through several deer and is still...
  28. Thread: broad heads

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    Grim Reaper Whitetail Specials, 2" 3way cut...

    Grim Reaper Whitetail Specials, 2" 3way cut really puts them down. I band mine with 1/$" medium ortho bands (mostly because I'm anal), they do not affect flight or terminal performance.
    Second Mech:...
  29. Or, a layer of vynel hose wrapped with Allen's...

    Or, a layer of vynel hose wrapped with Allen's cloth camo tape
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    TT installed, feedback

    Wow, just WOW!!! Dropped the TT in my 360; it EXCEEDS my expectations!!~!~ I'm spoiled with fine triggers in all my firearms, and the TT is as good as all but the set trigger in my CZ 223 (12 ozs)....
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