Type: Posts; User: chenashot
Strings may have stretched. You will need a press. First bottom the limb bolts out. You will need to twist up both cables, on the take up side of each cable. If your bow is synced correctly then you...
Not yet. There has only been a few even built, let alone shipped. I bet that long riser will look sweet in predator though
You will absolutely love that bow man! The specs on the LF2 are my perfect rig. Congrats!
I will second the Spot Hogg Whipper Snapper. It is a well built, simple to use release. The mechanism is both cocked, and fired with the thumb trigger instead of having a separate cocking mechanism...
A cam exchange/swap program is in place to take care of that. If you need to change DL on one of the DS bows, you can exchange cams through your dealer or OB
That curved offset mount from DCAP looks awesome. I have been thinking about trying one out for myself
I believe it is for 2015.
We put our dealer order in at the beginning of December
I haven't ever had problems with other batts before, but I will give it a try. Thanks for the info
Wow, glad you are ok man. That is a bummer though, and the brand new bow too, ouch!
Well, the first 2015 that we ordered has arrived. It is a Phoenix dressed in all prairie camo. It was ordered @ 29", 70 lbs. After a quick run through, this is what I found:
DW: 70.71 lbs
Me too. I'm waiting for my personal one as well!
Sounds like it's coming in @ a rating of 343 if I did my math right. Not too shabby for a 60 lber!
I built them. We build sets through the shop
Nice threads. Hogwire builds AWESOME strings.
Tomorrow huh, somebody must like you getting an Addiction already!
Update for the Addiction OBB. As I posted before, I ordered mine dressed in Spec Ops, head to toe. I just finished building some new threads for it.
These are Brownell Fury. Natural, Sand sage...
Gold tip just renamed the kinetic pro. They call it the Kinetic Kaos now. It is the same shaft just different graphics, and now comes standard with a different outsert/footing
It is easy, advancing a cam only means one thing, rotating it forward, not slowing it down.
I enjoy this debate but the terminology has always bugged me. Let's call it what it is.
Having the top stop hitting first is NOT Advancing the cam, it is ******ing the cam, or slowing it down.
The Fusion 7 will be smoother on the draw because you are paying out less string on the draw to achieve the same length as the Fusion 6. Either one is killer though. I would stick to the order that...
If your cams are damaged, they can be warranty replaced through a dealer or OB direct.
Awesome. I'm in!
Yes, that is my understanding. As far as real world numbers, we will see when the 2015's hit the shop. We will have a 15 Phoenix at the shop on Tuesday!
They didn't have one to demo shoot. Just to look at.