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    Most definitely, take it to a shop and have it...

    Most definitely, take it to a shop and have it looked at. There could be issues with a bent riser or limb pockets or such. It would be very difficult to diagnose this on-line. I had this same problem...
  2. Wow, with all the damage, you're lucky no one got...

    Wow, with all the damage, you're lucky no one got hurt. A friend of mine let go of his thumb release once, and there was very little damage. One little nick in the riser, but three of us, standing...
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    No, it won't affect it a bit. But travel with it,...

    No, it won't affect it a bit. But travel with it, and you'll wish you had one.
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    That's funny...... No need for car batteries with...

    That's funny...... No need for car batteries with the quality of flashlights they make nowadays.
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    They're a blast. No competitive ones around here...

    They're a blast. No competitive ones around here so bring whatever light you want.
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    Well, Ive owned both the DNA and the E35. The DNA...

    Well, Ive owned both the DNA and the E35. The DNA is one of the smoothest draw bows made, in my opinion. The E35 is far and away the most horrible bow Ive owned. Drawing 70 lbs. at the beginning and...
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    Personally I've noticed that todays bows tune...

    Personally I've noticed that todays bows tune better with a stiffer spine. I seem to think, a 340, is a good spine for that bow. I'm not sure on the Creed though. With a static yolk, you could put a...
  8. Yep.....Had that on both my PSEs. Took them both...

    Yep.....Had that on both my PSEs. Took them both apart and rolled the axles on glass. All were straight as an arrow (pun intended). The holes in the limbs were not sloppy. Put them back together and...
  9. Thread: Hoyt accuracy

    by norsemen
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    That being said..... let me re-write my post 18...

    That being said..... let me re-write my post 18 which was in response to your post 12

    No it's not a "given." No one here knows what Cory may, or may not know. Cory himself, said he was shooting...
  10. Thread: Hoyt accuracy

    by norsemen
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    Sorry... got you and cory mixed up. Thought I was...

    Sorry... got you and cory mixed up. Thought I was responding to the OP. My bad
  11. Oh, OK....I had a feeling I was not understanding...

    Oh, OK....I had a feeling I was not understanding this correctly. So it's only the actual Google shopping Center. In that case, I could care less.
  12. Not me. But, there are a lot of businesses...

    Not me. But, there are a lot of businesses depending on it, like Obsession Archery, and many other archery related sellers. I'd be very concerned if I were them. If it happens, they'll have to find a...
  13. Good shooting. I like your range.

    Good shooting. I like your range.
  14. Thread: Hoyt accuracy

    by norsemen
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    No it's not a "given." No one here knows what you...

    No it's not a "given." No one here knows what you may, or may not know. You, yourself, said you were shooting two different arrows and asking if your accuracy was a bow tuning issue. Doesn't seem...
  15. Thread: Enough arrow?

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    What's the arrow cut down to?

    What's the arrow cut down to?
  16. Sheesh......Why does it hurt your feelings so bad?

    Sheesh......Why does it hurt your feelings so bad?
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    None of them, for now. Go to a pro shop that...

    None of them, for now. Go to a pro shop that deals many brands. Test them out and get the one that you feel the most comfortable with and shoot the best. Don't get swayed by the salesman trying to...
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    Heck yeah. Nothing wrong with that at all

    Heck yeah. Nothing wrong with that at all
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    There are a lot of spine testers available. Not...

    There are a lot of spine testers available. Not to be confused with spin testers. Here's one. http://www.3riversarchery.com/ace+spin-spine+tester_i5900-1_baseitem.html
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    If you want to make sure your arrows are square,...

    If you want to make sure your arrows are square, get a spin tester, before you take them apart. They cost about $30.00. Personally, I have never had any arrows cut un-square from my pro shop. I...
  21. A little high priced. If I were you, I'd go...

    A little high priced. If I were you, I'd go elsewhere. Why confront him? Did you ask him about his pricing, before you hired him? If not, it's a lesson learned.
  22. $25.00 to install string and adjust to specs (no...

    $25.00 to install string and adjust to specs (no tuning), $5.00 d-loop installation and $5.00 peep installation (you provide the peep).

    C'mon man, tell us what they charged you.
  23. Thread: Dilemma

    by norsemen
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    I'm calling BS. What's so different in a round...

    I'm calling BS. What's so different in a round circle with a pin inside it, that would shatter your confidence. I have this feeling, you're just peeved at your boss for making a decision, to make...
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    You may want to try and sell them here in the...

    You may want to try and sell them here in the classifieds. Either way, I wouldn't shoot them out of your bow.
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    The spine rating is measured at 28", not the full...

    The spine rating is measured at 28", not the full uncut length of the arrow that's being sold to you. With that weight up front, you most certainly need a 340 or better spine.
  26. Thread: Hoyt accuracy

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    Not just sight them in though. You have to tune...

    Not just sight them in though. You have to tune the bow with the arrows you shoot.
  27. The one on that link is not the Vision

    The one on that link is not the Vision
  28. 5 pins don't cut it.

    5 pins don't cut it.
  29. This^^^^^^ Also, the Energy 32 and 35s are...

    This^^^^^^ Also, the Energy 32 and 35s are notorious for coming in hot on the draw weight. Mine and several others that I know, when turned up all the way, came in 4 to 5 pounds high in draw weight....
  30. Thread: Finish issue

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    I guess a photo would help. Keep in mind, this...

    I guess a photo would help. Keep in mind, this bow is only 2.5 moths old and I can't think of anything that rubs against this bow in this area. I keep it in a padded case as well.
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