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  1. I fletch them both and have no preference. The...

    I fletch them both and have no preference. The Vanetec HP's definitely have a better base and stick better. Both fletchings rip/tear when hit by fieldtips, but that is to be expected. The Blazers are...
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    I shoot the GT ProHunters and haven't found them...

    I shoot the GT ProHunters and haven't found them to be any more durable than any of my CE Maxima (Hunters, Blue Streaks, Reds, Blu RZ). I still have 7 of my last dozen I bought. One broke on only...
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    I just buy new replacement blades and use the...

    I just buy new replacement blades and use the older ones for practice. I have resharpened them before on a whet rock and finished them on ceramic and had them razor sharp again. It takes a few...
  4. Thread: Maxima reds

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    I have Maxima Hunters, Blue Streaks, Reds, and...

    I have Maxima Hunters, Blue Streaks, Reds, and Now the Blu RZ. The Reds are very good, but I actually like the new BLU Rzr's the best! All the others shot nice tight groups with field tips and...
  5. There is still some good info. available, but a...

    There is still some good info. available, but a lot more misinformation than in the past. The expertise of those who truly know is constantly challenged by those who "stayed in a Holiday Inn Express"...
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    Take some cotton balls and pull some fibers and...

    Take some cotton balls and pull some fibers and let the wind carry them. This is all I use anymore. A few cotton balls last a long time and you can watch the fibers for a long ways.
  7. Thread: Big buck??

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    A shooter buck is whatever you decide to put your...

    A shooter buck is whatever you decide to put your tag on. For me it varies from day to day, depending on what I've been seeing and how I feel at that particular moment. If I want to put some meat in...
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    I usually bone out the neck and add it to the...

    I usually bone out the neck and add it to the ground meat tub. I slice some of the hams into steaks, slice some for jerky, and grind the rest. The backstraps and tenderloins are sliced into steaks. I...
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    Worth a try. I shoot my Hardcore Max on a shorter...

    Worth a try. I shoot my Hardcore Max on a shorter setting than the Edge and it works for me.
  10. At 60 yards, you should be able to consistently...

    At 60 yards, you should be able to consistently group in a 6-7 inch circle to be considered proficient at that range. A quarter size group at 20 yards is great!
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    The hardcore max has a head that pivots and...

    The hardcore max has a head that pivots and removes the torque from the release and anchor position, the other one doesn't. You've sighted your bow in with the Samurai which doesn't have the pivoting...
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    $799-899 depending on camo or choice finishes

    $799-899 depending on camo or choice finishes
  13. Goof Off Professional Strength. Wet a cloth with...

    Goof Off Professional Strength. Wet a cloth with it and just wipe away the residual adhesive. Wipe clean afterward with 91% Alcohol and it's squeaky clean and ready to re-wrap.
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    Practice with the quiver off and take it off when...

    Practice with the quiver off and take it off when I get to the stand. Occasionally I'll practice with it on and I really don't have any problems. I just prefer to have my quiver behind me and above...
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    I hunt public land: Military and WMA's mostly,...

    I hunt public land: Military and WMA's mostly, with a few hunts on my family farm in Van Buren County. No cam's out on the WMA's or Military Land, but lots of doe and fawns, and several nice bucks on...
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    60. I've killed one at 64 but most have been...

    60. I've killed one at 64 but most have been inside 20. I practice daily out to 60 yards so I'm confident, but only under perfect conditions.
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    I have. I have killed several deer and hogs with...

    I have. I have killed several deer and hogs with them and they worked just fine. I was given a 3 pk. of the Titanium ones several years ago to try out and report back on after using them. I was...
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    I like the Tarantula Soft Case. I have two of...

    I like the Tarantula Soft Case. I have two of them and am happy with them so far. One is 5 years old, the other 3. They have nice zippered pockets, inside and outside, along with an arrow pocket that...
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    Realtree AP and MO Treestand. Hunting in West...

    Realtree AP and MO Treestand. Hunting in West Central Arkansas. Most of my early season camo is Rocky Atomic SIQ stuff. Lightweight, cool, and wicking. Its very durable and has held up for several...
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    Poll: TruFire Hardcore Maxx wrist strap and Trufire...

    TruFire Hardcore Maxx wrist strap and Trufire Hardcore Max 4 handheld. I like them both and use them both during the week in my yard shooting daily.
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    My hunting arrows range in weight from 372 gr -...

    My hunting arrows range in weight from 372 gr - 394 gr, depending on which bow I take out for the day. It really doesn't matter to me though. I've killed a lot of deer with the 394 gr. Maxima Hunters...
  22. Shot about a hundred arrows into my 3D Deer...

    Shot about a hundred arrows into my 3D Deer target from 30-40 yards out of my ladder stand. 100 degrees out and I sweated a lot!
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    I bowhunt up until first day of muzzleloader...

    I bowhunt up until first day of muzzleloader season, then I usually take the CVA out for a hunt or two. Often I hunt with the muzzleloader on opening morning and with the bow in the afternoon on an...
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    I've had both. I still have the 09 GT500. It...

    I've had both. I still have the 09 GT500. It still is easy to shoot and extremely accurate. Once I got it tuned to my liking, I haven't had to do anything to it other than replace a D Loop or two....
  25. I'm pretty content right now. I do shoot a lot of...

    I'm pretty content right now. I do shoot a lot of different bows whenever I go visit the local shops. The only bow that I really liked enough the buy was the Decree HD, but I can wait until after...
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    Is the fletching hitting the containment arms or...

    Is the fletching hitting the containment arms or is it hitting the cable? Try rotating the cock vane a bit left or right and see if it will eliminate the contact.
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    I have a Trophy Ridge Pro FC on mine, similar to...

    I have a Trophy Ridge Pro FC on mine, similar to the smackdown but not limb activated. It works just fine. A friend of mine had a Ripcord Code Red on his and has no problems with his either. I don't...
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    How many hundreds/thousands of these threads do...

    How many hundreds/thousands of these threads do we read about someone having something stolen on public land. It's public land and every Tom, Dick, and Harry can venture wherever and whenever they...
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    Sorry, the way I read it was that he was hitting...

    Sorry, the way I read it was that he was hitting on at closer ranges and missing to the right at longer ranges until he moved his sight to correct for the right misses and Then started missing to the...
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    Bareshaft tuning is good, especially for tuning...

    Bareshaft tuning is good, especially for tuning YOU and your grip, anchor, and shot execution. If you have any form flaw, it will show up, even in a perfectly tuned bow. I bet a minor change in your...
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