awesome thanks guys
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awesome thanks guys
im pretty sure the hunter will, the hoggit is the dovetail one though and ive heard the mount doesn't work
will this combo work, I recall reading somewhere it wouldn't but not positive thanks
that's a sharp looking bow
To get proficient shooting if i blan bale 5 days a week and shoot the other 2. Wanna learn instinctive. Actually had a few trad bows but sold em cause I convinced myself I wouldn't have the time. ...
Man that's a beauty. If I had the money I'd be all over this
Thanks for the replies guys
way ahead of you on that one, gonna be shooting slick trick razor tricks and will be doing some more tuning once it looks less like hoth where Im at
overkill??? will hopefully be uused for hunting elk this fall, also ordered a set of fobs for em
one things for sure my trajectory is gonna suck, penetration should be pretty outstanding though
Sweet my dad's from carrot river. Good luck on the hunt
That color is just as sharp as the sand color is on the arena
Sorry to derail
I'm looking to build a heavy er than I'm currently shooting. Think of try the cx pile driver hunters out in 350 spine with a 125 head. Am I gonna be over spined shooting a 29 inch arrow at 28.5 dl @...
Yeah I'm planning on using a heavy arrow. What weight should I be looking for. With cx pile driver hunters I should be able to get 425 gr
I went to a 60 lbs bow this year
Wondering who else uses this weight for elk
I got a 12" do inker dish I really like
There's a sight
thanks for the perspective guys, my son is 3 and really behind in talking and I was bummed I couldn't teach him to shoot but it seems the average is about 5 which is fine im excited but not willing...
started learning a hinge not too long ago and I think ive picked it up pretty quickly with blank baling, I was developing a bit of target panic so I don't wanna rush things but this blank baling is...
Just got my exo 5500 is awesome
was a combat engineer for the Canadian army but im getting out on a medical and they got me an apprenticeship as an electrician.
Same gos with your rest, sight and plenty of other things on your bow
kinda always baffled me that companies like hoyt and Mathews don't make their bows with adjustable drawlengths, having to get a new cam or a mod, or a cam/mod/set of strings is a huge pain in the ass
Damn that's sharp
wanna buy a spots/3d rig, got a limited budget of 700-750, dl is 28.5, must be willing to ship to canada
with the exchange rate 700-750 depending on what you got