Type: Posts; User: mudd32
Anytime you put more weight on a moving object it's going to affect the dynamics of how it works.
D loops, peeps & kisser buttons will all slow a bow down, maybe not a great deal but it will, so...
I'll take it...sending PM now
Still available, brand new never used...saved a couple bucks and get it here.
Still available and yes, it will fit all HHA sights.
That is the hardest thing kids have to overcome...finding that consistant anchor point.
in it to win it
Good luck, I looked forever on here and finally had to get one off ebay.
Brand New HHA Sight Cover.
I'm still looking...
I'm looking for an HHA Lens Kit B with a 2x or 4x lens.
Pay pal ready or possible trade for other archery items.
Bump for an awesome bow at a real good price.
Everyone is different, what may be great for me will not work for you and visa versa.
Your gonna be better off finding a pro shop that carries some different strength lens and find out which ones...
If you want some real support post some pics of the damn thing
By running them that way do you have a greater ability or more options for better balance?
Is that the optimum way to run your bars...assuming it feels good to the shooter?
You just made my point...
You called it a "very tiny minor detail" and the clown that bought it deemed it as "unusable"
If your to busy to get to the store then your too busy to shoot, right?
Several hours to the nearest hardware store??? Come on now...
I can drive across the whole state in less than 5 hours.
I wouldn't trade it back solely on this response.
That speaks volumes man...VOLUMES!!!
Send me your address and I'll send you 38 cents for 2 new mounting screws, lmao.
Can someone explain to me the pros and cons of running your backbars one way or the other.
Or is it pretty much like everything else...personal preference.
Thanks, I found him...he makes nice looking stuff.
That's kinda what I was thinking.
Are there brands to stay away from?
I understand if you don't want to call out bad stabilizers on here...so feel free to pm me, lol.
What's better, Alum or Graphite?
Yes, that was the one.
Is that a decent one to start?
It's cheap enough...
Is there a way to tell what is meant for a compound vs a recurve?
I seen a 30" Doinker on Amazon for like $75 bucks...but I don't want to get stuck with it if it's more suited for a recurve.
So there is no way to gauge stiffness, only T&E?
And what will be the issue if you get one that isn't stiff enough, or too stiff?
This is all new to me as I've only ever shot hunter class.
Strother Rush XT
How does one know what is stiff enough or not? Is there anything to go by?
Looking to move up in class and I'm not sure how well I'll adapt to the long bars and added weight.
Bars are not cheap so I don't want to spend a fortune only to find out it's not for me.
Hands down the Wrath SHO