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  1. The term "back tension" is one of the most...

    The term "back tension" is one of the most commonly used, yet completely misunderstood and mischaracterized terms in archery and certainly on AT.

    Back when this place was really good, there was a...
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    Two issues at play. The right of the state to...

    Two issues at play. The right of the state to "manage" game animals, which goes well beyond a simple numbers concept. It includes the ability and right to determine who gets to hunt the animal and...
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    That sounds like the LQ tag I have been putting...

    That sounds like the LQ tag I have been putting in for here, and not drawing. :cry:
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    I get all that...but considering that SD's elk...

    I get all that...but considering that SD's elk population can most likely be traced to Wyoming origins, we ought to get a crack at em too. :tongue:

    I have no issue with SD's law either...:wink:
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    It's really not "apples and oranges"...at least...

    It's really not "apples and oranges"...at least if you are really for State's rights. Both Wyoming and SD have the absolute right to manage game animals. To pick and chose what is deemed "right or...
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    SD could reduce resident tags by x%, and give...

    SD could reduce resident tags by x%, and give that percent to NRs. Nutt'n as far as management goes would change...what gives SD the right?

    Btw..."management issues", or reality, the right to...
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    Can a non-resident hunt elk in South Dakota in...

    Can a non-resident hunt elk in South Dakota in the National Forests, or anywhere else? :behindsof
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    Life is full of risk...GWs have to write tickets...

    Life is full of risk...GWs have to write tickets based on probable cause. If they are not, then they need to find a new line of work.




    Who? I think I have only ever seen one or 2 Wyoming...
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    I suppose it may have something to do with a...

    I suppose it may have something to do with a reality that folks in Pennsylvania may not like it if folks from other states come in and start telling them how to do things...

    It goes far beyond...
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    Actually, to demonstrate the absurdity of the...

    Actually, to demonstrate the absurdity of the law, you can hunt certain animals in the wilderness areas without a guide, but cannot hunt others.

    You can even walk through the wilderness, to get to...
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    Then why ask a question with an obvious answer? ...

    Then why ask a question with an obvious answer? Why continue down a road when the answer has been provided?
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    Yes, by your definition then, changing the loop...

    Yes, by your definition then, changing the loop or release length does not allow for the manipulation of the bow's dl but the archers dl/anchorpoint[/QUOTE]

    What? It DOES allow the bow's DL to be...
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    Nope...you and he are wrong...and if you had read...

    Nope...you and he are wrong...and if you had read the OP you would understand why...

    The Bow's DL is what it is. The individual's DL is that measurement from the grip to the anchor. Two entirely...
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    Maybe you need to re-read what I responded to,...

    Maybe you need to re-read what I responded to, and what I wrote, and then respond again...It's obvious you don't understand...
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    The reasoning is quite simple, though your...

    The reasoning is quite simple, though your posting style may make it difficult for you to understand...

    There is nothing that the state can do to regulate access to the national forest or...
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    But a person certainly can manipulate and change...

    But a person certainly can manipulate and change the draw length of the bow with changes to the release and/or loop length...
  17. If you lengthen the 28.75, you will need to put...

    If you lengthen the 28.75, you will need to put twists in the buss cable. You will also need to add twists to the control cable to keep the timing/synch correct. You can also take twists out of the...
  18. My guess is that it will measure about 1/4" long...

    My guess is that it will measure about 1/4" long if you measure it...but like I said, I don't care what the actual measurement is.
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    Discoloration, no worries. Fraying, concern, and...

    Discoloration, no worries. Fraying, concern, and probably an issue with your release.
  20. I buy my bows with the DL rating that I know I...

    I buy my bows with the DL rating that I know I will need for that bow/company and then set it from there. For example, I when I order/buy a longer A to A bow, with a specific cam system, I will...
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    Personally, I don't care what the calculation or...

    Personally, I don't care what the calculation or actual measured DL is. It's all about feel, and setting a bow up for the game I am playing. For the actual bow DL, it is setting it up for as long...
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    As long as the release doesn't have any burrs, it...

    As long as the release doesn't have any burrs, it will last a really long time. I agree with the above,it will last as long as a string.
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    I know it is an old comment...but, no, he is not...

    I know it is an old comment...but, no, he is not using a sight.

    Yet another example of failure to read...it's a bit of a plague around here...
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    Meh, I really don't see it as a "right or wrong"...

    Meh, I really don't see it as a "right or wrong" issue. Just a learning thing, which no one should ever shy away from. :darkbeer: The movement that occurs is fairly minute, especially if the...
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    Easily...

    Easily...
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    The peep is fixed in the string. It only moves...

    The peep is fixed in the string. It only moves when the string moves.

    If it is just bending at the waist, and not moving the arm at all...how could a person ever center the scope in the peep from...
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    It's all about the peep, and the fact that the...

    It's all about the peep, and the fact that the peep is in a fixed position...



    Actually, that's not true...



    When you raise your bow arm, and assuming your release hand acts as the...
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    I really don't have an interest...but really...

    I really don't have an interest...but really having a hard time why geometry is so difficult to understand...so if it doesn't move, why worry about shooting the peep in at the mid distance? ...
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    I don't keep track, but I have yet to have a...

    I don't keep track, but I have yet to have a longevity problem that relates to the build of the harnessing. I'll put a set on an indoor bow in September and shoot it through the indoor season with...
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    Your hand moves in relation to where your anchor...

    Your hand moves in relation to where your anchor is with the peep set to the shot in distance with a slider when the scope is moved. It is impossible for it not to move. It just doesn't move a...
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