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    "You're left hand, shoot left handed." Wife...

    "You're left hand, shoot left handed." Wife bought me a left handed Fred Bear Whitetail II. Bow felt good with weight turned down, but second week of shooting left handed my left shoulder separated,...
  2. Thread: Pin or Dot

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    Tried about everything, .019" pin., .029" pin,...

    Tried about everything, .019" pin., .029" pin, .040" pin, ring, ring and pin, ring and dot, dot, bigger dots. Biggest dot I used once just stayed within the 4 ring and shot a 299 with a healthy...
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    My new bow, binary cams. Both cams having lean....

    My new bow, binary cams. Both cams having lean. Whoops! Sorry, I don't bare shaft tune.
  4. Damn Straight. Mmmmm? Truth is advertising....

    Damn Straight. Mmmmm? Truth is advertising. Shock.

    How about Carbon Express's advertising? I mean 79 different name arrows and virtually identical in grades or names, if you will. They could bring...
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    Most definitely there is a big difference between...

    Most definitely there is a big difference between both halves working (slow actually) and one side of the back working (fast). Not the hinge, but I can rip a shot with my thumb release using my...
  6. And perhaps Bowtech had something going back in...

    And perhaps Bowtech had something going back in 2005. My '05 Old Glory was much the same, pin virtually right in line with the arrow/string. I've never had a bow before or since that my pin was in...
  7. Call NAP 1-800-323-1279

    Call NAP 1-800-323-1279
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    Kind of my assessment. Of the Mean Machines...

    Kind of my assessment. Of the Mean Machines today, the Monster or Omen, by accounts by dealers I've talked with most owners can't handle these bows at top output. "Handle" being a subjective word....
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    I have mine set as heavy as I can get it with the...

    I have mine set as heavy as I can get it with the supplied heavy spring. It's either a matter of getting used to it or adjusting the tension to your liking. Changing the location of the barrel or...
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    Nothing wrong with serving just around the peep,...

    Nothing wrong with serving just around the peep, but then you can use serve two separate servings above and below the peep. These can be moved to correct rotation issues, just move each up or down as...
  11. [QUOTE=bigHUN;1071355233]The bow and the arrow...

    [QUOTE=bigHUN;1071355233]The bow and the arrow perfectly tuned to each other, the result looks like this, my long range FITA competition setup ;)

    Shoot through all....not really a fair assessment,...
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    Just a thought. Yes, I'm like you, a bit of...

    Just a thought. Yes, I'm like you, a bit of rushing thing. That quicker shot gives a different impact point. So we must find that right speed. Something else, release position in the hand. My...
  13. It isn't necessarily diameter as it is stiffness....

    It isn't necessarily diameter as it is stiffness.

    Here's a formula that gives a starting point.

    Formula is as follows is still just a in the Ball Park…..

    length of front bar times weight...
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    A well tuned bow and "bow fit" as in draw weight,...

    A well tuned bow and "bow fit" as in draw weight, draw length, peep location.

    Indoor events. Paper doesn't take a whole of killing, so I'd look at draw weight right off. No one really comes out...
  15. No, not what I'd call normal. Seems as if the...

    No, not what I'd call normal. Seems as if the launch arm is hitting the shelf way too hard. Have you tried more cushion on the shelf? Is the rest mounted properly? I mean, the launch arm should lay...
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    Nothing definite given other than the Poster...

    Nothing definite given other than the Poster maybe new to bows by his Post.

    Cam lean exists, plain and simple. Parker, single cam? Short 34" ata, you'll have it to one degree or another. The top...
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    Now, do you know why you had a flyer? Did you...

    Now, do you know why you had a flyer? Did you groan when you knew the shot wasn't going to be right? I don't let flyers get the best of me. I shoot a "let's get it right" shot.
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    Laz, replied while I piddling around. All of...

    Laz, replied while I piddling around.

    All of us in this forum should know it's "what works for you" and repetition until it's second nature, you don't think about. We "rattle" of this and that...
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    It wasn't a "either right or wrong." Read it...

    It wasn't a "either right or wrong." Read it again. I did nothing but point out that of the link.
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    March 26, 2003. Three replies to the Poster's...

    March 26, 2003. Three replies to the Poster's question, two by the same person....Well, there sure are a lot of Pros today using a "bent" bow elbow if you get to looking around.

    Me? I ain't...
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    You may have to search. There are track system...

    You may have to search. There are track system out there for 3D targets. The old Caterpillar archery club had one that traveled in a large triangle, 15 yards sides if I remember correctly. You had...
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    I can't believe no one in here shot the old bows...

    I can't believe no one in here shot the old bows with the old aluminum offset guide rods. These old guide rods relate. They flexed.... Not one old bow in the back room has a guide rod now. I sold...
  23. The Poster questioned of his two arrows, which...

    The Poster questioned of his two arrows, which would be more forgiving, the aluminum and carbon along without changing his bow. Later he gave of both having different lengths, the aluminum being 2"...
  24. If 4" from the deepest of the riser grip, okay, I...

    If 4" from the deepest of the riser grip, okay, I can buy that....
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    You talking Frankenstein?

    You talking Frankenstein?
  26. Well, that's a four inch vane in my picture, so...

    Well, that's a four inch vane in my picture, so understand my doubting 4" behind the wrist....
  27. 4" behind the wrist is a bunch. You have a...

    4" behind the wrist is a bunch. You have a picture? Here's my 2000 Hoyt UltraTec. Arrow/prong contact is 2 3/8" back from deepest of the riser grip or about center of my wrist...
  28. There are a couple of old bows in the back room...

    There are a couple of old bows in the back room at the shop with overdraws. To look at them the arrow/rest contact point is behind the wrist. My overdraw bow used a cut shaft length arrow of 25.5"...
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    Just rambling... Well, if you want a new toy...

    Just rambling...

    Well, if you want a new toy and you have the money then price isn't a issue.

    Biggest issue is, bows don't hold value. The only way you can get your money back is to shoot it...
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    ??? Just a question, thinking "float" patterns...

    ??? Just a question, thinking "float" patterns move; Under what conditions are most practicing, light wise? I practice outdoors as home and at the mercy of Mother Nature, overcast, bright sun, angle...
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