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    Have to agree, good arrows. I have a set of 100s...

    Have to agree, good arrows. I have a set of 100s for my target bow that I use for field.

    No way to know if 300s will be OK out of your bow without the usual info - draw weight, draw length, arrow...
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    I can see it now... Did I pull it six times or...

    I can see it now...

    Did I pull it six times or only five? Well to tell you the truth in all this excitement I kinda lost track myself. But being this is a 500 IBO bow, the most powerful bow in the...
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    Solid riser - no cutouts. Only came in a long...

    Solid riser - no cutouts. Only came in a long version, equivalent to today's 25". There were a few modifications made over the years of this riser's production, but they were all pretty much the same...
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    Golf by a long shot. You make a bad shot in...

    Golf by a long shot. You make a bad shot in archery, it's over in less than a second and you can pull another arrow out of the quiver and go again right away (except for 3D of course). Golf, you have...
  5. Nothing new here I used to shoot Martins with...

    Nothing new here I used to shoot Martins with the Fury (regular) and FuryX (shoot-through) cams. With the Fury cams my dot was just left of the left edge of the arrow shaft, with the FuryX the dot...
  6. Thread: martin sceptor11

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    With the Elite limbs you need a #00 cam for 28",...

    With the Elite limbs you need a #00 cam for 28", #0 cam for 29", #1 for 30", #2 for 31". Same if they are Fury or FuryX cams.
  7. What Fury90flier is referring to is a cable guard...

    What Fury90flier is referring to is a cable guard that mounts to the sight attachment holes. This will work and as he says, not too hard to find at an established shop, lots of them around in the...
  8. From this article:...

    From this article: http://www.stickbow.com/stickbow/Collector/beararchery/



    So, brass coin and K serial#=1970. String should be Dacron, 56 1/2" or thereabouts.
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    Yeah, watching it is...

    Yeah, watching it is...
  10. Maybe if I was posting in the Bowhunting section,...

    Maybe if I was posting in the Bowhunting section, but not here in General Archery. :D
  11. KRONIK, you're missing the point. :) Nobody...

    KRONIK, you're missing the point. :) Nobody really NEEDS to weigh arrows - anything that's manufactured today will be consistent enough out of the factory for the average shooter. But some people...
  12. .1g isn't precise enough. For arrows you want a...

    .1g isn't precise enough. For arrows you want a scale that measures down to .01g .

    "g" is grams - arrow weight is measured in grains, "gr", so make sure you don't confuse grains with grams. 1...
  13. Thread: Gm td4

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    I used this feature to adjust the nocking point,...

    I used this feature to adjust the nocking point, like you do on compounds these days. Also handy, with a bit of fiddling, to center the plunger button on the arrow when switching from aluminum to...
  14. Ebay, from China. Get a couple of "digital grain...

    Ebay, from China. Get a couple of "digital grain scales" that go from .01 to 100 grams. Should be about $5 each. May as well pick up a few hanging 40-50 kg "digital luggage scales" too - the cheap...
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    Aluminum boats and 10-speed bikes? Luxury. I...

    Aluminum boats and 10-speed bikes? Luxury.

    I used to fish with my dad out of a heavy green wooden rowboat that must have weighed 200#, with a crappy rod and reel that would backlash on every cast....
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    That bow goes way back over 25 years, maybe 30....

    That bow goes way back over 25 years, maybe 30. I'm thinking Polaris Express, but there's a good chance it's something else. In any event, it was an entry level bow at the time. The accessories are...
  17. Here's the PM copy I mentioned. I put in an...

    Here's the PM copy I mentioned. I put in an actual real original Berger Button, which I got from Vic Berger personally in '77 or '78. Bow's not marked but it's around 40# and I think 66 or 67".
  18. The LIMBS say TD, not the risers. The limbs...

    The LIMBS say TD, not the risers. The limbs remained the same (except for the butt width I mentioned). They didn't change the limbs until the TD3 came out, followed by the TD2B.

    There was another...
  19. Well, I owned one of these in about 1976, with...

    Well, I owned one of these in about 1976, with 1/4"-20 threads for the stabilizers. I traded a guy for my BW1200, and I knew several others who had them. Here's a pic of another archer from about...
  20. Markliep: The 1-piece PMs were before my time,...

    Markliep: The 1-piece PMs were before my time, but if you're a collector and are ever in the Toronto area, let me know - I have something that might interest you. It's a neat copy of a PM that was...
  21. The original TD had no plastic grip. Here's a...

    The original TD had no plastic grip. Here's a video showing them - John Williams at 14:25 and Doreen Wilbur at 14:43 show a close-up. Later, the riser was slightly redesigned and renamed TD2, with...
  22. IIRC the '72 TD was an all-metal riser. The TD2...

    IIRC the '72 TD was an all-metal riser. The TD2 ('75-76) and subsequent models had the plastic grip options.
  23. The shaft prices are pretty much the same for any...

    The shaft prices are pretty much the same for any size of the same model. Platinums should all be the same price regardless if they're 1416, 1916, or 2315. X7s should all be the same regardless of...
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    Poll: There's over a quarter million people you can ban...

    There's over a quarter million people you can ban right off without annoying anyone.
  25. Thread: Bear historians

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    LTD or not - hard to say. The OP bow does look...

    LTD or not - hard to say. The OP bow does look more like the grey one, but I don't see the limb rocker (semicircle) in the grey one.
  26. Thread: Bear historians

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    Bear Polar LTD. Looks to be missing some parts on...

    Bear Polar LTD. Looks to be missing some parts on the brackets.
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    I knew a guy who shot a Martin once, too.

    I knew a guy who shot a Martin once, too.
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    How 3D started...

    How 3D started...
  29. Short production run, I think 1976. There...

    Short production run, I think 1976.

    There used to be a well-respected archery coach, Milan Ellot, (from Georgia, I think) who wrote articles for one of the magazines of that era, and his students...
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    Haven't heard that one, but when I worked at a...

    Haven't heard that one, but when I worked at a shop I did have one customer, obviously new to archery, insist I cut his arrows at 23.6" although there's no way he could possibly have used anything...
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