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  1. Thread: darton bows

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    Not the place for this question. This knowledge,...

    Not the place for this question. This knowledge, or lack thereof, will, in no way assist anyone in improving their competitive archery game....

    The place to play such a base name game is the...
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    :thumbs_up Probably the best thread ever to be...

    :thumbs_up Probably the best thread ever to be posted on AT. Love it!!
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    Dawg, I'm not sure where in VA you are, but I...

    Dawg, I'm not sure where in VA you are, but I assure you there are Hoyt dealers there and in Maryland who can order the Limb Shocks or any other Hoyt part or accessory for you....
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    While this is a cutesy little gadget that will...

    While this is a cutesy little gadget that will make it easier for those who feel a need to shoot with hoods or full shrouds on their peeps, eliminating glare is not going to influence the level of...
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    My Podium X 37 with #2 spiral pro cams measures...

    My Podium X 37 with #2 spiral pro cams measures in at 41 1/8" total--outside cam to outside cam. I'm using a GamePlan Gear Savage soft case with this bow for local transports and it fits very nicely.
  6. Thanks, Vittorio, that was a very good break down...

    Thanks, Vittorio, that was a very good break down and explanation of the "reasonings" behind international competition. I too have always have wondered why certain teams are sent to compete at some...
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    I do not know where in Ohio you shoot, but I do...

    I do not know where in Ohio you shoot, but I do know there are a few really good shooters from that area. Since you shoot indoor games, ask one of the more experienced shooters from that (those)...
  8. Thread: Indoor arrows

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    Arrows & String Forum: ...

    Arrows & String Forum: http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/forumdisplay.php?f=97
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    Here's the link to the discussion of this subject...

    Here's the link to the discussion of this subject from the General section: http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showthread.php?t=1484624

    Go to page #3 and read Tom D's (field 14) excerpt from his book,...
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    When using any form of rear sight (such as a peep...

    When using any form of rear sight (such as a peep in archery or scope with rifles), the shooter is likely to perceive the target in a different manner (larger or smaller, and/or in a different place)...
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    You're talking for 3D, so 45-50 yards max...size...

    You're talking for 3D, so 45-50 yards max...size does not really matter--roll with the bigger vane for more stability since you're not going to see that much of a drop off at this closer distance.
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    I purchased a pair of Alpen Apex XPs (10x42) last...

    I purchased a pair of Alpen Apex XPs (10x42) last season and have been VERY happy with their performance in both bright and subdued lighting situations. I use them for field archery shot in the...
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    My archery training schedule has not changed much...

    My archery training schedule has not changed much over the years, I generally shoot 5-6 days a week for about 2 hours a day. Ideally, this includes one field competition per week in the summer and...
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    Just to clear up a few inaccuracies in your...

    Just to clear up a few inaccuracies in your statement:
    1) You're obviously not a spot shooter with your 20+ years experience exclaiming you should never shoot groups. May of our target games...
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    I mostly use a 4x, but have also shot a 5x and 6x...

    I mostly use a 4x, but have also shot a 5x and 6x pretty comfortably without clarifiers. I am farsighted though, so it's pretty easy for me to clear things up with a peep size change. Most of my...
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    I'm still not sure if the competition official...

    I'm still not sure if the competition official just could not read that the scorer had written a "3" instead of a "2" or if an incorrectly scored card was actually signed by Reo. The fact that two...
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    I heard they were put on a very back burner last...

    I heard they were put on a very back burner last year for some reason. Never could find out why.
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    Final results have been posted on the NFAA...

    Final results have been posted on the NFAA website: https://www.nfaausa.com/tournaments/nfaa-outdoor-nationals
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    This is something that should b a very...

    This is something that should b a very personalized thing that reflects your own vision and business model not that of a bunch of strangers..... If you cannot pick your own name, how are you going...
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    Very well played!!! :thumbs_up

    Very well played!!! :thumbs_up
  22. You're seeing the parallax of the arrows' flight....

    You're seeing the parallax of the arrows' flight. I'd venture to guess that you may be a little underspined for your set up. Have you tried using 100gr points instead of 120s? If a lower point...
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    I liked the AEP limb dampners on my pre 2013...

    I liked the AEP limb dampners on my pre 2013 Hoyts. They come in weighted and unweighted versions (I used weighted) and lie flush with the limbs. Although a little tricky to install, once on, they...
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    Jim, you're right to some extent. The heavier bow...

    Jim, you're right to some extent. The heavier bow will react slower, but you should also remember the second part of the equation, once it is in motion, it is also going to take a greater force to...
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    I agree, the actual rearward forces applied to...

    I agree, the actual rearward forces applied to the bow shoulder may seem trivial in the overall scheme of things as one's good bio-mechanical shooting form provides some measure of cushioning...
  26. I can do it with 3 just letters....NSA....

    I can do it with 3 just letters....NSA....
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    Since you've ruled out nock pinch, I'd also make...

    Since you've ruled out nock pinch, I'd also make sure that your center shot is okay and that you have the blade set at the proper angle--about 35 degrees. Finally, there's learning to draw your bow...
  28. FYI: For those of who have recently received an...

    FYI: For those of who have recently received an email message from LAS stating the HBX would be shipping on July 27th, I have an update. I shot off an email to LAS asking if it would be possible to...
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    Whatever....

    Whatever....
  30. You're new to archery, so focus on your shooting...

    You're new to archery, so focus on your shooting (form and shot execution) and not so much on your arrows. What you have now are not seriously underspined for your current set up. If you're overly...
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