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  1. Thread: Disgruntled

    by ironman_gq
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    I don't think the limbs are available anymore,...

    I don't think the limbs are available anymore, it's one of the major reason Barnsdale started making them.
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    A buddy of mine has a WRX hatchback and has no...

    A buddy of mine has a WRX hatchback and has no trouble getting all his gear in there. Fastest hunting rig I've ever been in and it can get us into some pretty rough trails for a car.

    Probably the...
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    Make sure you paint it or keep it covered after,...

    Make sure you paint it or keep it covered after, the urethane foam isn't UV stable and will degrade if left exposed to the light. It turns into a crusty dusty dark yellow mess that crumbles if you...
  4. He had a follow up post on another forum,...

    He had a follow up post on another forum, apparently it was excessive headspace and a manufacturing flaw in the TC encore line. Apparently they have a hard time holding tolerances on the headspacing....
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    string can derail if your torquing real bad, will...

    string can derail if your torquing real bad, will usually happen at the shot when the string rolls out of the cam groove. Seeing that it's been caught on the cable stop I'd say that is exactly how it...
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    Limbdriver is the easiest to setup and tune.

    Limbdriver is the easiest to setup and tune.
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    The bullet itself will do just fine on any...

    The bullet itself will do just fine on any whitetail inside 300yds. The biggest variables are going to be if the rifle likes them and if the nut behind the trigger can do his part. I've got one .308...
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    Thats about how mine looks for me. There is...

    Thats about how mine looks for me. There is optimal and then there is what works for you, if that's comfortable and you can shoot consistently then it's probably something you can work with. The good...
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    Biggest problem with our herds has been 2 brutal...

    Biggest problem with our herds has been 2 brutal winters in a row (this last one was very mild by comparison) and a pretty big increase in predator population (wolves). Up until a couple years ago...
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    I'd say they are two separate seasons with...

    I'd say they are two separate seasons with different licensing procedures and separate limits. They do not specify that you can only tag 1 turkey combined like they do for deer, I assume that means...
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    I've always just gone right under the center...

    I've always just gone right under the center serving with my ripcord and adjusted the cord length appropriately.
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    Heart is the only thing I'll eat, sliced up thin,...

    Heart is the only thing I'll eat, sliced up thin, connective tissue removed and cooked up with onion it is really good. If you do it wrong it ends up tough as boot leather but done right it's as...
  13. I've worn quite a few different neoprene boots,...

    I've worn quite a few different neoprene boots, depending on how cold your going to be hunting and how much your moving will make a huge difference in how thick you need. 6-7mm is probably good for...
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    too big of a liability to label them 100% snake...

    too big of a liability to label them 100% snake proof. It'd be like saying a helmet will prevent 100% of head damage in a crash. Label something 100% waterproof and it leaks, no one gets hurt. But to...
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    Factory or aftermarket strings? Could also be...

    Factory or aftermarket strings? Could also be that your scale is off a few pounds or your limbs are slightly on the weak side of spec. Measure your draw length and see if the bow is hitting the...
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    Picking up a CBE 5 pin this week, looks like a...

    Picking up a CBE 5 pin this week, looks like a solid sight. I'll post up my thoughts on it if I can remember to.
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    One thing to note, the canned foam breaks down in...

    One thing to note, the canned foam breaks down in sunlight so the finished repair does need to be painted to keep it from crumbling.

    Urethane foam won't melt for reuse either, it will just char...
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    There's a lot of variables in play between the...

    There's a lot of variables in play between the two, also a heavier arrow is more efficient in energy transfer from a bow. The heavier you get the less you lose in FPS per grain of added arrow weight.
  19. Thread: G5 strikers

    by ironman_gq
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    Dads shot them for years and has been very happy...

    Dads shot them for years and has been very happy with them, sharp and fly straight.
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    Depends on the bow and the shooter, just about...

    Depends on the bow and the shooter, just about all of the common ones are geared toward whitetail hunting, anything in the 1-1/4 to 2" cutting range whether fixed or mechanical is going to be bad...
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    If you want to see unconventional form that works...

    If you want to see unconventional form that works really well, watch PGA golf. Lots of guys making lots of money with a really goofy unconventional swing, they just figured out how to make the ball...
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    Generally, the tax is paid by the end consumer....

    Generally, the tax is paid by the end consumer. Sales tax is paid on the final sale of a finished product, in this case the dealer has paid no tax on the bow when he purchased it from the...
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    If your mechanically inclined and can weld, you...

    If your mechanically inclined and can weld, you can build an inline press in an evening or two for less than half what buying one would cost. Or you can use something like the synumn portable press,...
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    The basic charts all tell me to use an arrow that...

    The basic charts all tell me to use an arrow that is too weak, OnTarget puts me at a .300 spine arrow and all the charts have me at a 340 at the stiffest. I tried the 340's and had all kinds of...
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    Im in the northern part of the state. I'm seeing...

    Im in the northern part of the state. I'm seeing a reasonable number of deer but not as many as I've seen in years past. I have seen more wolves and wolf sign than I've ever seen before. I'll know...
  26. Overall arrow weight is important, a light shaft...

    Overall arrow weight is important, a light shaft is actually an advantage if you have a goal weight in mind. You can put more weight up front which will help FOC and move weight from front to back to...
  27. If your looking for a specific pin configuration,...

    If your looking for a specific pin configuration, talk to your dealer. They might be able to order one with custom pin colors or different sizes if they are offered.
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    It's not that the limbs are getting cheaper, it's...

    It's not that the limbs are getting cheaper, it's that the limbs keep changing to try and make them more efficient. These things are under an extreme amount of pressure when at full draw, the limbs...
  29. I have a synumn and it works very well on the RPM...

    I have a synumn and it works very well on the RPM 360. You can use it because the cams are mounted in limb tip pillow blocks and the press bears on the pillow blocks.
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    Just prep properly, never let a minor pest take...

    Just prep properly, never let a minor pest take away an opportunity for a great hunt. Up here we have mosquitos and deer flies so bad that the air hums from June through September, I've never let...
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