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    That IS where the broad head exited well above...

    That IS where the broad head exited well above the spine! Basically you clipped his back. The back strap is very dense meat and can slow a mechanical head down quite a bit. Unfortunately the pic...
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    Seriously? I'm guessing you haven't shot a lot of...

    Seriously? I'm guessing you haven't shot a lot of indoor spots at a higher level! His hinge let loose on the second arrow of the first end! He was a good spot afterward. He said, throwing one early...
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    Like I said earlier........ Bottom the limb bolts...

    Like I said earlier........ Bottom the limb bolts out. If one is backed out more than the other you can chase your tail for ever. I bet the draw weight is light with the too long axle-to-axle. Which...
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    I agree 100%! Over the last 8 years I've shot...

    I agree 100%! Over the last 8 years I've shot some fairly good spot scores with 35" - 37". I kind of liked the feel of the 36" bows better than the 37.25" Supra. BUT I shot some VERY good scores...
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    I'd bet the No Cam (stupid name) is quite a bit...

    I'd bet the No Cam (stupid name) is quite a bit slower than the Nitrum, Chill-R and Prodigy! Which means you can shoot the other bows at less draw weight than the No Cam and get the same speed. Since...
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    The ME cam is generally a little "harsher" than...

    The ME cam is generally a little "harsher" than the MD but it also is generally a little faster. You get back from a bow what you put into it. Personally, I really like shooting the Supra and Phenom...
  7. IBO Worlds has been like this for a very long...

    IBO Worlds has been like this for a very long time......... I was told "worlds" was always much more difficult than the Triple Crown shoots. BS! I've shot them and Worlds is generally no more...
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    The broadhead passed over the spine. I've seen...

    The broadhead passed over the spine. I've seen many healthy deer with this wound. Well they were healthy until they were killed.

    The backstraps are tough and can really slow an arrow down. If it...
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    I've used warm melt glues since the beginning. ...

    I've used warm melt glues since the beginning. I use warm melt glues in carbon and aluminum arrows. For indoor spot arrows as well as 3D and hunting arrows. I simply do not lose points and I...
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    I saw that. The question is was it the baby x he...

    I saw that. The question is was it the baby x he was aiming at?!?!?!? :becky:

    I'll ask him sometime.
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    No. It was in a local league a few years ago.

    No. It was in a local league a few years ago.
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    I bought a pack of brass screws from Lowes....

    I bought a pack of brass screws from Lowes. Clipped off the heads and screwed them into the back of my PDP 3-39 inserts. They brass "weight" weighed 28 grains. I initially did it just to test arrow...
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    I have seen a 295 59X game shot....quite...

    I have seen a 295 59X game shot....quite impressive. I pounded him my 300 55 X game!
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    I dare say that 300 0 X's is harder than 60 X's!...

    I dare say that 300 0 X's is harder than 60 X's! That would be close to shooting 60 inside/out X's.
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    Not quite, I still have a long ways to go to be...

    Not quite, I still have a long ways to go to be on fire. If in a tournament I ever pour in 120 easy X's THEN I might be on fire....... If I ever roll through baby x's in a shootoff like they are...
  16. THIS.........is a crossbow! 2093568

    THIS.........is a crossbow!

    2093568
  17. If I hit within 1 inch of where I an aiming on a...

    If I hit within 1 inch of where I an aiming on a deer he's drilled perfectly. I will have 100% success if I hit within 1" on every deer I shoot at as long as I take appropriate shots, i.e. not aim at...
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    Duane Price and Rodger Willett hit them pretty...

    Duane Price and Rodger Willett hit them pretty good as well. All three of those guys, plus many others, have much more big game experience and confidence than I do.
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    3/8" is a fair amount. But an 1/8" is plenty...

    3/8" is a fair amount. But an 1/8" is plenty close enough. Bottom the limb bolts out and check the draw weight. I bet it's light.

    Adding twists to the string will only decrease the a-to-a very...
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    another $100? I....don't......think.....so! ...

    another $100? I....don't......think.....so!

    $150 is enough. I also have enough experience to know that hitting them in practice in no way means you'll hit them the same in a big game! I'm not...
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    Real auto parts store frequently have something...

    Real auto parts store frequently have something that will work.
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    The best I've ever shot indoor spots?

    ... at the ripe old age of 52?!?! If I'm not at my best then I'm darn close. Of course it helps to never have been all that good to begin with. I used to shoot BHFS but now I'm...
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    Notice I said "parts" and not "part" and yes the...

    Notice I said "parts" and not "part" and yes the Bowfinger stuff appears to be top of the line stuff....... I've accumulated a variety of disconnects and mounts but I'm too lazy to unload them to...
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    Very nice looking stuff! But I already have more...

    Very nice looking stuff! But I already have more different mounts and disconnects than I will ever use. If I ever decide to consolidate my "collection" to one brand I'll be sure to check out...
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    I'm going to your web site to check them...

    I'm going to your web site to check them out....... If I don't have to auction off body parts to afford one I will place an order.
  26. Like I said in an earlier post........ Just...

    Like I said in an earlier post........ Just because you can hit the large vital area of a deer 9 times times out of 10 at 20 yards does not mean you are a "better" shot than the guy that hits a 1"...
  27. I've killed MANY deer that simply jumped a bit...

    I've killed MANY deer that simply jumped a bit after they were hit. They then staggered and fell or maybe bolted a few yards and piled up.

    I think this happens most frequently when you do not...
  28. Because it would be a monster handful to haul...

    Because it would be a monster handful to haul around hunting. It would be best mounted on a wheeled trailer. You'd have to make it much longer, wider and heavier than any current x-bow. Take a 33"...
  29. Thread: Darton 3800

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    That is great to hear. My DS-3800 was a hot rod...

    That is great to hear. My DS-3800 was a hot rod speed bow that shot like a precision target bow! I actually shot some very good indoor spot scores with mine set up in hunting mode.
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    Feathers have more stabilization ability and do...

    Feathers have more stabilization ability and do so quicker than vanes of similar dimension and fletch style. That is fact.

    Feathers can look "cooler" because of more colors, styles and patterns....
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