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    There are "some smart" phone apps that you can...

    There are "some smart" phone apps that you can install to allow others to "find you." (Some apps I had tried on my girlfriends phone 2 years ago were FREE.) Once installed, the phone could be...
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    Me too! That reminds me. I've been meaning to...

    Me too! That reminds me. I've been meaning to get one with balloon tires and a split Y handle.
    Also, this reminds me of another trick I thought of for transporting stands. (I don't hunt stands...
  3. Thread: Dog health

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    Yep. Just made me remember what happened one...

    Yep. Just made me remember what happened one evening mid June of this year. One of the little ones hopped up in my lap (60 lbs. little), looked at me and heaved all over my t-shirt. I caught it...
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    Sorry to hear about your dogs guys..... It's a...

    Sorry to hear about your dogs guys..... It's a tough thing to go through. They're definitely an integral part of the family. I presently have 4 "ruggies" myself. Two are 1 1/2 yrs. old and the...
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    Exactly. And it's not just a tuning thing. ...

    Exactly. And it's not just a tuning thing. Assuming you've been hunting for quite some time with the w/b containment..... There's also the "familiarity factory" not to mention your confidence of...
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    Switching from the W/B now given the grouping...

    Switching from the W/B now given the grouping you're achieving with your current setup makes no sense to me whatsoever. You want to play around with mechanical rests, I would think the time to do it...
  7. Things here in NH really begin to get interesting...

    Things here in NH really begin to get interesting around the 20'th of October. (Most of the action & deer I've taken by bow occurred during the last 10 days of October.)
  8. Thread: DL ok?

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    I agree. Any longer and you'll be leaning back &...

    I agree. Any longer and you'll be leaning back & away from the shot. (Something you don't want to be doing.)
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    You won't have to if you don't want to. (Even if...

    You won't have to if you don't want to. (Even if they separate completely.) You can always just "cut them off" the bow without adversely effecting the way the bow shoots. ~ You just have to be...
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    Just curious: How long did it take for you to...

    Just curious: How long did it take for you to make the transition so that you felt natural with everything "reversed?"
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    I doubt it. I think he means the rest was 1/16...

    I doubt it. I think he means the rest was 1/16 low. You don't want your arrow pointing upwards on any bow. (Either level, or arrow pointing SLIGHTLY downward @ rest.)
    And on the single cam bows I...
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    Every bow I've owned & hunted with does this. If...

    Every bow I've owned & hunted with does this. If everything else seems good, I wouldn't give it a second thought. Also, I'm a "leftie", and bare shafts always seem to end up touch to the right down...
  13. I don't think so. Only thing I can add is a dual...

    I don't think so. Only thing I can add is a dual cam bow (both ends generating energy ~ as opposed to a cam and wheel where one came does all the work) is more forgiving with regards to knock...
  14. Thread: DL ok?

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    Wouldn't go any longer. (Assuming you''ll be...

    Wouldn't go any longer. (Assuming you''ll be hunting.) Baggy clothing along with some "bend at the elbow" to avoid contact (not to mention "awkward shot angles") can AND DOES really change things...
  15. Good to know there are a few others who had...

    Good to know there are a few others who had similar experiences with B/T back in that "era." (I got rid of mine too, except for an older 80# Justice VFT.) Today, I have a tough time even thinking...
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    If I were a gambling man, I'd bet that's the...

    If I were a gambling man, I'd bet that's the source of your "twang!" (Mine was so loose that when I grabbed the roller assembly and applied just a tiny bit of twist to it, it very noticeably &...
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    Yes, I almost mentioned the roller guard thing as...

    Yes, I almost mentioned the roller guard thing as a possible cause for the "twang." ~ Both the roller guard and the string suppressor hex screws on my bow were both "loose as a goose" after about...
  18. On a related note: I thought there were some...

    On a related note: I thought there were some problems with these heads with regards to them clogging or something like that. (The coring / meat channeling tubing effect, or something like that. ...
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    GBUSA: Yours is really quiet (& "twang-free")...

    GBUSA: Yours is really quiet (& "twang-free") too, right?
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    Yes it is. No idea of size. But I too have seen...

    Yes it is. No idea of size. But I too have seen a 200 lb. class doe here in NH with my own eyes. It was quite a few years back. (10 yrs. I believe.) ~ She was a smart old lady & BIG. Wouldn't...
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    Yep! You hit a bone (anything more than a small...

    Yep! You hit a bone (anything more than a small rib) & all bets are off. Even at 72#, I'm still looking for that mechanical that can salvage a "crack-shot." (Only happened once in ~30 deer or so,...
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    QUOTED: GOOD TIP ABOVE, taken from: ...

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    GOOD TIP ABOVE, taken from: http://www.alaskabowhunting.com/pr/single_bevel_broadheads.pdf
    I read over the entire document, and it has relevance to all choices in b/h, regardless of...
  23. From a "legal standpoint" I don't believe any...

    From a "legal standpoint" I don't believe any company can dictate who works on equipment, providing it is done properly.
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    [For Sale] Good question. Should work fine with a bridge, I...

    Good question. Should work fine with a bridge, I can't see why it wouldn't! (I'll know in a few weeks though.)
    On first appearance: The tree strap that comes with the web doesn't look like it's...
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    My Chill-R @ 72# is very QUIET. Unless something...

    My Chill-R @ 72# is very QUIET. Unless something is "wrong", I suspect the twang is not coming from the bow itself. (accessories)
    You do have to be on top of the hex heads loosening up on the bow...
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    They give you a "more solid" back wall. (My bow...

    They give you a "more solid" back wall. (My bow doesn't need them. ~ I'm completely satisfied with the Chill-R & the standard 80% mods, although YMMV!)
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    I've never shot the other two, but I can tell you...

    I've never shot the other two, but I can tell you the Chill-R (even with the b/h) consistently enables me to place more arrows closer together at greater distances than any bow I've owned in YEARS! ...
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    Unless he can "retrain his brain", he may just be...

    Unless he can "retrain his brain", he may just be destined to shoot a LH bow!?!?
    I suspect there are quite a few RH shooters out there with left eye dominance who have learned to shoot fine "with...
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    No worries, but you don't need to be shooting to...

    No worries, but you don't need to be shooting to test this. You can test for this when you're sitting in a chair looking across the room. (No bow needed. All you need is your two hands hands...
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    Read post #5!

    Read post #5!
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