Awesome mount. Grats to you.
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Awesome mount. Grats to you.
You obviously made a lethal shot. One heck of a way to do it though. Congrats on the kill.
I also tried the Hypos last year and had pretty good luck overall. I found them to be tough as heck.
Less than 1K for me. As in way less.
Sorry to hear about that, Pin. Must be a tough one.
Nice bird. Congrats to you.
JBK for the Skeet. Best strings I've ever used and customer service is top notch.
Good shootin there Park.
Standard 2" Blazers for the Skeet that's been fletched up on the AZ Mini Jig. I'm hoping they will work in my X-bow. Still to be determined.
I've had excellent results working with David on my purchases thus far.
My arrows are kind of gray in color that look very much like the old Carbon Express Terminator arrows for V-bows. Even the style of graphs looks the same.
Perhaps. Besides the fact that with a V-bow most of it is up to the shooter anyway. I haven't seen that with a X-bow yet if anyone is even half way seasoned shooting firearms.
I still believe the...
Clint, I have proven this to myself time and time again when shooting different arrows with a V-bow on different tolerances. I never once found any appreciable difference between .0025" and .003"...
I understand what you are saying, Pin.
True story, Jerry. I hope to place an order for some new arrows from you soon.
I haven't tried them yet out of my new X-bow. Just getting into the gig as of now. I plan on giving the only remaining GT I have a test soon. Hopefully this this week IF the dang rain will ever stop....
No way, Moon. I shoot what I do because I'm a poor boy now days.
But I am happy with the X-bow I have............. FOR NOW. :)
Clint, not sure if you know this already, but I'll post it anyway.
When arrow makers check their arrows off the line, the ones with tighter tolerances goes into one pile, and the arrows with wider...
David, you are not making this new X-bow gig easy on me. Between you and Pin posting on the Storm, my want bumps are starting to itch big time.
Yes they are Parker arrows and yes they appear to have brass inserts.
Well that's one neat outfit for sure.
Yeppers. That's been my feelings as well in terms of setting up, tuning a V-bow, and tuning the arrow/broadhead as well. It really is half of the fun for me. But I'm a technical and systems type of...
Good deal, Swamp. Thanks for the information.
Glad you got the arrow and broadhead out of the target.
For future reference, be very careful when removing a arrow and broadhead from an 18/1 target. Even if it's not stuck in there very far. If...
That's good because I don't get into hugging guys anyway but I do like to cut up about it. Some are just way to easy and fall for it. :wink:
Does anyone know the weight of the inserts on stock Parker arrows? Getting ready to order some new arrows and I was asked that question.
LOL. Good one.
That's awesome!!! Indeed, someone did an awesome paint job.
However, as much as I like it, I would be afraid someone would like it more, thus going out one day and finding my tail gate gone....
So, Moon. Did the arrow pass completely thru? I'm guessing it did?