That's funny Ray.
Type: Posts; User: highwaynorth
That's funny Ray.
Me too. I wish my invasion grip was more like the 360. I like the grip being flat
Instead of so rounded . Makes it feel more like my specialist.
Having the bow maxed out will put more tension on the cables, making them quieter.
Nah, cam lean doesn't matter remember.
They are offering a lot of custom color combinations along with insane wait times to get them. Other than that, nothing special.
You must have a lot of twists in your yoke cable legs, if you can't give one yoke leg a 1/2 twist and bring the cams into sync.
You need to figure out how to get the stops to hit at the same time
Before you worry about doing any other tuning. It sounds like you
Are over thinking it. Maybe do a search for Baldy hunters...
I believe K and K had a dry fire warranty also. Sounds like a good deal.
The only thing i don't like about he riser is it looks like it has an awful lot of reflex for a target bow.
For somebody that states that they have never needed to use mathews warranty, you sure put a lot of time
into researching what it says. Any of the bow manufactures will fix their bows if you have a...
Translation, your dealer isn't paying Bowtech so they are dropping him.
I think the Evolution is a binary cam bow. The Expedition has a cam and 1/2.
Maybe you should check out some of the cams are eating my string threads.
I still shoot my Invasion. i went and looked at the RPM 360 and the Carbon Overdrive at Scheels yesterday.
While they both looked like nice bows I don't see them being any better than the Invasion....
If your cams are hitting the stops at the same time at full draw, the cables will not be sitting between the dots
in the same location at brace height.
It's easy. A derailed bowtech still shoots better than a hoyt. Lol
If you have stands breaking under the center serving, your peep will all of a sudden turn out of position.
After that happens, it's a very short time until the string snaps in half. I speak from...
Because I can spine index my arrows simply by shooting them all through paper and turning the nocks if needed
until they all tear the same.
First off if you're hitting your arm you need to work on your form. Second if
The string is just fuzzy you can wax it up and it will be fine . If some strands
Are actually broken I would get it...
I will admit it. I've shot Hoyt and don't wish I still did.
I guess you weren't around when mathews came out with the Outback. The camo the used that year fell off if
you looked at it wrong.
I bought a dozen of these arrows. They are about .4gpi heavy, not 4grns. Other than that they are great arrows.
That's because nobody shoots them.
I ordered a set to try on my invasion. If I like them I might have to get
Another set for my specialist.
Even though the torque spec is completely irrelevant since the bolts had nothing to do with the bearing
housing breaking, a simple google search will give you the torque ratings for any size bolt.
Wow, one broken bearing block in how many thousands of experiences sold? Yeah it sucks, but it's
not the end of the world.
Fix the tail high first, then see what you have for left tear.
The Rocket Steel heads work great at lower draw weights.
No titanium bearing blocks, just screws.