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Type: Posts; User: jimb
I don't remember
I shoot a conquest 3
Waiting on sub contractors to machine risers, cams, finish guys and limb suppliers.
Spirals are the smoothest cam they have.
GT 22's may be the most popular 3D arrow in this country. They grain out good for 60 pound bows, put 80 on the front and they hit about 310 to 320 depending on the length.
I have seen a lot of people shooting the Challengers with good success, mostly ASA shoots. I haven't seen anyone shooting the Hexx except for the occasional guy showing up and shooting hunter class...
If you don't count Womens Pro and Senior Pro.
seems light for a Axis, I agree, point weight would have to be down around 50 grains
the 1.75 has been the industry standard for decades and it probably goes back to recurves and long bows. don't think you measure to the grip, measure to the berger area in line with the lowest part...
They probably don't control the build times, There are a few bow companys that will build parts for other companys because they have time on their hands and need to make money. They probably have to...
Is that a would you or can you? Aluminum arrows are more spine consistant than carbon so I don't think you would need to unless you wanted to.
yes, spine testers have been around longer than carbon arrows
learned something new today, never around one that long.
hey, another Mathews jealousy thread
Had a shop years ago ask me to be a shop shooter, discounted bow and discount on assessories.
Then came the, you will need to help out in the shop sometimes, and help out at the hunting show etc....
same cables and strings, just need to change the cam
I saw it on video, but I think Gomez was shooting a HTR but I wouldn't like bet good money on that, eyes aren't what they use to be.
I lived down there about 13 years ago and I was sitting in the house watching a bowl game and it was snowing. Then they put up the score on the TV and it was the Independence Bowl. I ran out side...
Some of them do shoot the HTR and TRG's. Mathews has never forced their shooters to shoot the latest and greatest bows that they sell. They have shooters that shoot bows that have been out of...
good bow, you would need to buy a new cam in the draw length that you need, Mathews still sells them, they run about 50 to 100 depending on the dealer.
ASA don't require screw in tips
what BAArcher said, z eer hl
A is 32, b is 31, c is 30, d is 29 and e is 28 ect. For the Maxcam
if your not sure, whats the part number on the cam that is on it now.
is it a max cam or mini-max
Mathews still sells them
no kidding, the other guy has a Hoyt in his signature. Local dealer here has sold well over a hundred Mathews bows in the last year and he ordered 10 Hoyts and couldn't get rid of them. Unless you...
I would, I have a Army hat that I wear some time. I'm retired from the Air Force, makes for some fun conversations when people start asking me about the Army.
I really want to shoot a Wake.