Type: Posts; User: Bo Bob
I'm assuming back in Staunton VA, where interstate 81 and 64 connect.
Onestringer does a great job and they are great to deal with.
Prayers for your daughter.
You can pre register on line I believe. It's scored like IBO except the 11 ring is scored a 12.
If I remember right there are two classes. Hunter and Open.
It's really a laid back shoot on...
And they have shot the fire out of them John. They and I appreciate it!!!
Not 100% sure. Probably a couple FPS (3-4 maybe)
Someone here probably can say better than I.
Contact Kellg79 (you can find under "My Friends" on my page) and you should have an answer shortly.
I have always had good luck with my Spot Hoggs. In saying that though I switched to an Axcel Amortech last year for my hunting bow and really liked it and how easily it adjusted. My plan in too...
I think the guy your were quoting meant the "prep work" on the parts before the coating took place not how the bows were treated.
Can't speak on the quality of the HHA but TRU Ball equipment in top notch and their service if needed is off the charts as well.
From what they are saying here the TRU Ball is lighter.
Qudos to both.
I can assure you that Sage will have am awesome course set of this too. What a beautiful place to shoot.
If you have a group of guys to make the trip with you will have a ball!!!!
I've considered one for sure, just would be a jump for me to go to one pin. I guess I need to get my hands on one to see for sure.
Having some shoulder issues and I'm thinking about putting a lighter disc on the front in hopes that I don't get fatigued.
Give TRU Ball a call and maybe they can help you match something to the bt Ultra
I use the moleskin they provided and put some on the side and shelf of my riser. Don't have an arrow holder per say just let it set in there.
Nice pics John.
Bump for an awesome looking bow.
I like my Redfields.
TRU Ball makes releases for younger shooter that fit their wrists.
TRU Ball makes a release called The Champ for younger shooters or smaller hands.
Pretty honest review there!
My opinion, like a few on here have said. The Limb Driver is just simpler, from setting it up to how it operates. It is as K.I.S.S. ( keep it simple stupid) as a drop...
Just my luck...bad luck... I've to officiate a track meet that weekend.
Make sure you get it next year, maybe that will work out.
I'm sure you will put on a phenomenal R-100!
Yea that will be a hit to the attendance. Although it was on Mothers Day for several years and I'm sure that didn't help their attendance either.
The NC one used to be in Rhonda NC, we went one...
I have 60' and have 5 lights. The 4' fluorescent just behind me and on the other 4 lights I made shields out of OSB to mount infront of the light you when aiming you are not seeing the light itself.