Natural cover. Dont take much.
Type: Posts; User: Doofy_13
Natural cover. Dont take much.
Scotch guard. Standard metal spray can from walmart. Cheap and lasts forever
Just dont get it on the shaft where it will touch the rest on the draw or it will squeak
1 mor thing. All stands will be annoying and a hassle at first. Practice like another guy suggested before season and get it to be second nature
The free ones with the stand are useless. Get the vest type by hunters safety systems or get a rock climbing harness like the alpine bod.
I love my summit climbers but you need branchless trees...
Awesome pics!!!! Jack and Tuco both look like tanks to me. I wouldn't want to mess with either one of them. It is awesome that you kept Daisy. Too many animals go without a great family. Sorry...
Very impressive pics in the background...love the pup!
I prefer the glass limbs over the carbons. Maybe because that is what I started and have shot the most. Great for the cost!
Close my eyes till anchor is perfect and count to 3 before I release the arrow.
Letting go too early was my problem. The above combo helped a lot
With the drop in weight will come good form and technique in aiming. Repeat the technique and you will become consistant.
Also...this will result in longer draw length giving you more speed. After...
I used to snap shoot and decided to stop. It just isn't accurate FOR ME. I suggest drawing back, use the arrow as a sight, and learn a sight picture that works for you. Personally I draw, anchor,...
Get an ILF setup with long 40# limbs and start there. If you start low in weight, you may be able to get there in time for deer season.
Getting a consistant anchor is #1 with the curves. Too much...
Evening. Easier to find the stand.
Not really along the lines you are looking but I personally think the pinnacle is an amazing riser...better than the black magic I had. Great geometry at low cost. Its up there with the dorado and...
My goal next year is to be no higher than 15'. I figure I didn't pick a good tree if I'm any higher. Plus going with trad gear, I'm going to opt for the better shot angle and larger target.
You're worse than me.
The money I spend on feathers compared to vanes is made up by buying magnus heads that are priced right instead of blowing money on crap expandable broadheads that cost twice as much......
Yup! Biggest downfall. But hit up the classifieds or ebay and find a mixmatch "used" lot of feathers. I got just shy of 200 feathers for $35 a couple months ago.
Its worth a try if you want to save money up front while you are still learning. I say stick on a bear weather rest and give vanes a try.
I shoot off elevated rests and dont have many problems...
I've found that Stu's calculator always steers me to too weak of a spine. Like after setting up my arrows to my bow according to Stu's calc and having the numbers match perfectly, I have to cut...
Harder to get good helical with them running longer feathers and I don't believe that they have any advantage when it comes to penetration or anything to make a significant difference. The only...
Up for sale is a used TradTech Black Magic riser (right hand). Riser is in great shape except has a couple small chips on the edge of the upper limb pocket. (see third pic). I'm selling the riser...
5" feathers. More forgiving with the curve
We use those at my club. Awesome
DOESNT MATTER. Hit them in the vitals; done! Just make sure your heads are sharp.
That wont lose its value either (hoyt). I take resale value into great consideration when buying because im constantly buying and selling.
Only broadheads I've found to be sharp out of the package were Stingers, thunderheads, and spitfires. Meatseekers were the worst I have seen.
Being all trad now...I've got a load of stingers in...
In the last year I've purchased 7 new recurves so I know all about addiction. New Dorado riser should be in Saturday lol.