Me....2 years ago
Type: Posts; User: norsemen
Me....2 years ago
Are you trying to hide the fact your shooting left? JK......Cool pic
At that length, 340's for both
Holy crap Ken. Stutter much? All that jibberish and still didn't answer the man's question. Anyway to the OP....When you draw back your bow and settle into your anchor, you want the peep size to...
I couldn't agree any more^^^^^^.....But what the heck, buy a new bow. I'm sure it will solve all your problems. After about your 6th bow, you may realize it was either you or the horrible tune on the...
Check this guy out. Great guy to deal with. http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showthread.php?t=2725482
Add weight to the front, maybe less weight in back.
You're not alone.......I hope I don't see your EBay ads.
You might get a better insight if you leaf through the threads in the brand specific section.
1 3/4" in front of the post
You need to re-tune your bow. The OD is different on the new arrows. Just moving the sight is not good enough.
I totally agree with this ^^^. I won't even test fire any at a pro shop. Too many threads like this
When they say shafts only, it means they aren't fletched. They will come with the standard nocks and inserts.
It's all up to your eyes. I don't need a clarifier with my lens. Some people do.
Yes, this^^^^^^, but when your tech puts on the new cams, have him verify the string and cable lengths are correct.
I believe it will, but make sure this way>>>>>>>>>>http://custombowequipment.com/contact
I've been self sufficient for the last 5 years because of this type of crap.
If nobody answers. Measure your bow. The interior dimensions are on their website. 39" x 15" and 6" deep. Just by looking at the bow, it should fit fine. 30" A to A and you know there isn't 4 1/2" of...
Unfortunately going cheap with rangefinders didn't work for me, twice. Broke down and got a Leupold RX1200i TBR DNA and have never been more satisfied, even with the loss of cash in my wallet.
Can't believe this guy ^ is calling other people clueless. With todays bows, 50 lbs. is all you need even at 50 yards.
Cut it shorter and give it to the JOAD program
Perhaps with your vast engineering talent, you could "ATTEMPT" to design something better. Anyway, They're selling a lot of them.
Make sure all your string stops and limbs stops are set in the right place and making proper contact so you are not over rotating the cams
You know AT is a business, right?
Not to be a downer or anything, but I'd be afraid to fill out the application of anything that had the name "Buckmasters" on it.