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  1. Looked like he used Elmers glue for a couple of...

    Looked like he used Elmers glue for a couple of them too!!!
    A little extra work to clean them up, but they're fine.
    I have to say this guy kills some pretty impressive bucks every year so maybe...
  2. I should have took pictures of the one a guy...

    I should have took pictures of the one a guy brought in a couple years ago.
    He used shoe goo to serve his peep in and also to build his grip up with.
    That was a real mess.
  3. One of the strangest things I've seen in a while

    A guy brought 8 arrows in to be refletched tonight and I guess seeing 4" vanes on the same arrow with blazers wasn't strange enough, but then I start to cut the vanes off the last arrow and it looks...
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    Here's something I saved off here a couple years...

    Here's something I saved off here a couple years ago.
    I hope it helps

    By EZADO*The information below has been compiled from various resources including the internet, guides, personal experience...
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    That was done in the early 90's by Ben Pearson...

    That was done in the early 90's by Ben Pearson archery.
    Besides weighing more than most boat anchors, the down fall of that bow was shooting an arrow spined for 90# and string materials weren't very...
  6. Thread: Fanatic 3.0

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    I ordered these both the day they came out and...

    I ordered these both the day they came out and received 1 last week and the 2nd one this week.
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    There's a huge difference between Weston's motors...

    There's a huge difference between Weston's motors and Apple's.
    I highly doubt Weston has anything to do with Apple and yes, I've had both.
    Save your money and get an Apple, you'll be happier in the...
  8. Thread: Fanatic 3.0

    by bukfever2
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    5067625 5067641 5067649 The new grip is...

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    The new grip is flatter and seems easier to repeat.
    The 1.0 and 2.0 were good but this little tweak to the 3.0 just took it to the next level.
    Though I've have a few...
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    I'd say "BS" too. Though possible to do but I...

    I'd say "BS" too.
    Though possible to do but I doubt anyone would be willing to trash a nice longbow unless there was already something wrong with it.
    Also unlikely your "friend" can draw it back &...
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    Check the batch #'s on the shafts, if they're not...

    Check the batch #'s on the shafts, if they're not the same # then that may be your problem.
    Also double check your scale.
    Though 5 grains isn't much, I've never seen arrows from the same batch be...
  11. Thread: Fanatic 3.0

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    All I can say is this bow is a shooter. The...

    All I can say is this bow is a shooter.
    The squared off grip is not only very comfortable, but just seems to be one of the most repeatable grips I've ever shot.
    The 65% module feels great.
    As for...
  12. This is the easiest and the best way to get them...

    This is the easiest and the best way to get them out.
    Most times you'll be able to unscrew the left over piece with you fingers.
  13. With the lighted nock @ 30" that arrow would be...

    With the lighted nock @ 30" that arrow would be about .2426 spine
    @ 29" with the lighted nock that arrow would be about .2508 spine
    Either way the 250 spine should be fine for that set-up.
    Without...
  14. Weigh your nocks first and make a practice nock...

    Weigh your nocks first and make a practice nock the same weight as the lighted one.
    If you get the same result, then you'll know it's the weight.
    If your arrow shoots fine then you'll know it's...
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    If a shop changes out the limbs, they should have...

    If a shop changes out the limbs, they should have lubed the limb pockets and made sure the bow is back to spec.
    That would be more like changing the oil but not replacing the filter.
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    You may be right on that. Been over 25 years...

    You may be right on that.
    Been over 25 years since I sold Oneidas.
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    Also I should add that the 250 used dacron string...

    Also I should add that the 250 used dacron string ONLY and the 500 used FastFlite, as far as I can remember.
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    If it has plastic limb tips for the string to set...

    If it has plastic limb tips for the string to set in, it's a 250.
    The 500 had wood tips with a filed in string groove.
    Be careful adjusting the poundage on it as there is a timing screw that has to...
  19. Thread: bowtech

    by bukfever2
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    First dealer must have shipped the bow back to...

    First dealer must have shipped the bow back to them,
    2nd dealer may have just ordered the limbs and will swap them out himself.
  20. Thread: bowtech

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    If you purchased the bow new and he ordered limbs...

    If you purchased the bow new and he ordered limbs only, then I've never seen a charge for shipping (unless the company wants the bad limbs back). He may be charging you for labor, that would be up to...
  21. You should use the nocks recommended for your...

    You should use the nocks recommended for your crossbow
  22. 30+ years of repairing compound bows and I may...

    30+ years of repairing compound bows and I may have done 3-4 tear drop cables jobs a year.
    I see far more broken strings and synthetic cables per year now than I ever did with tear drops.
    I've...
  23. Finding tear drop cables might be pretty...

    Finding tear drop cables might be pretty difficult any more. Finding some one who can do a cable job any more may be just about as difficult.
    I used the last 2 sets that I had last year.
    I would...
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    Our local clubs all allow them for 3-D and...

    Our local clubs all allow them for 3-D and indoors.
    Not as popular as you'd think though.
    Now that they're allowed by the NFAA and other organizations, it has brought back a few shooters that had...
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    Some people find that adding a nock point below...

    Some people find that adding a nock point below the arrow also helps with arrow flight when shooting 3 under.
    Depending on nock fit/serving size, the arrow may have a tendency to slide down the...
  26. Thread: Bow String

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    Where is your nock point. You should have a...

    Where is your nock point.
    You should have a brass nock point crimped on the string so your arrow goes to the same place.
    What bow is it? sort of looks like steel cables but it's a little hard to...
  27. D-loop will remain in the same place. Moving the...

    D-loop will remain in the same place. Moving the peep will depend on how it feels to you after the draw length change.
    Make certain that the pin is in a notch when you're done. IF you tighten the...
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    Scott Longhorn HEX Hinge with a strap We have a...

    Scott Longhorn HEX
    Hinge with a strap
    We have a few shooters here that use it
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    I just think it's bad for anyone to steal and...

    I just think it's bad for anyone to steal and sell any one else's idea. More so when it's patented.
    If someone wants to design something new, design something new. Don't just steal some one else's...
  30. I don't think the string length is going to have...

    I don't think the string length is going to have much to do with the tiller being off like that, it's up to you but I don't think I'd shoot it.
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