It shoots better.
Type: Posts; User: zestycj7
It shoots better.
What was the question that was asked?
I will be shooting a small 3-D shoot tomorrow, pics and review after.
Bow has been sold.
Well I thought I would never stop shooting my Martin Shadowcats, well I am changing over to the Pearson MX2.
For me, it shoots tighter groups and fits the way I shoot awesome.
2011 Martin Shadowcat.
Camo in color.
Nitro 1.5 cams.
New cables and string by Bow String Depot.
$300 plus shipping.
Martin Shadowcat for sale.
PM or e-mail me at email@example.com for info.
Here in So. Ca. we have a real nice group of non-sight finger compound shooters.
Granted we are all getting older and not many new young shooters around, we still have some real good and hard...
If you can find a 2010-2011 Martin Shadowcat you will love it, 41.25" ATA 85% let off, I have 3 of them.
I hope they last me forever.
Anything for us finger shooters?
Well last weekend was a long weekend.
I had a great time, despite not shooting my best.
Gotta love the Martin Shadowcat.
I got to meet ( Richard) fastpassthrough, Jason Erdmann and Pat Finney....
I ended up with a 2nd. place finish in the trail shoot.
Brought home 1st. in the Nationals in my class.
There is no law stating you can not reproduce any for personal use, you just can't offer them for sale.
I pop in once in a while, it's just not the same....
I took it back to the shop today and swapped it for a left handed bow.
I was out at the range today and did some right and left handed recurve shooting. To much holding weight...
A few weeks back I won a 30 pound Samik Sage in a raffle at a club shoot.
If I were to set it up and shoot it like my compound, would it be okay?
See, I told you it was a cake walk.
Now go get the other eye fixed.
Gary is the one who taught me how to gap.
But with the speed of my bow I have 1/8" gaps every 5 yards.
Thank you to all involved.
You would gap shoot a compound the same as a recurve, but the gaps are just alot smaller.
Once you learn what yardage your point on is, it's not to bad.
After you learn your point on, you just...
Thank you for all the help you can give us on this....:thumbs_up
It looks like the numbers are slowly climbing, lets go everyone.
Get all the finger shooters you know to join in.
It sounds like a great trip so far, drive safe.
Thank you, Pat.
I have a good friend that string walks his Shadowcat real good, no problems.
It is all about the tune.
If you come through the Riverside, San Bernardino areas on a weekend, let me know.
I can take you out to where the Ca. State field is going to be held.
I am a member of the host club, Oranco...
I think it would be an awesome addition.
We just need to get everyone on board so that the Admin. sees how many would like it.
What did Ben do now????
Are we going to be having the blind draw shoot on Thursday?
I do belive Redding has a 3 min. max rule for each archer.
I would say something to a person being to slow, but thats just me.