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    I thought McD used cat and dog? The reason all...

    I thought McD used cat and dog? The reason all the burgers are called "pounders".
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    Hmmm, never thought of that one. What kind of...

    Hmmm, never thought of that one.

    What kind of cheese? How much?
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    Curiosity questions: What is your arrow...

    Curiosity questions:



    What is your arrow speed? Vane type and offset?



    Do they require more effort than other GR's, or is just the over the top design?
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    It really isn't comparable to one of the 350 IBO...

    It really isn't comparable to one of the 350 IBO rated bows out there. If you compare it to other 320 rated bows, there will be very little, if any difference.
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    Lots of opinions on that one. I've used...

    Lots of opinions on that one.

    I've used several combinations that were in that class over the last 25 years. I've learned to avoid cut diameters over 1.5", smaller if you want to take shots at...
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    Stingers have few if any "issues" at the low end...

    Stingers have few if any "issues" at the low end of the energy range. If I were shooting a 70lb/350 IBO rated bow and using a 600gr arrow, I might want a more robust head shooting at an elk.

    Peak...
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    :) Pretty much. Or it could also be BS.

    :)

    Pretty much. Or it could also be BS.
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    He's over stocked on 4 blade heads?

    He's over stocked on 4 blade heads?
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    None of the above, any of the above ? The...

    None of the above, any of the above ?

    The sharp ones?

    Shiny ones?
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    Poll: I have a supply of BH's no longer available, but...

    I have a supply of BH's no longer available, but from the list, GR's, Spitfires, Slick Standards, and Muzzy 1" fixed.

    And a couple dz others I don't have in my shop. I like the sharp ones best.
  11. Thread: 55 pound bows

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    With the newer designs, the differences are so...

    With the newer designs, the differences are so small you need a lot of shots to see a difference, at all.

    I just swap out the limbs myself, but that's an OCD issue.
  12. I cannot BELIEVE all the money I wasted on Fast...

    I cannot BELIEVE all the money I wasted on Fast Set Gel's :(
  13. Thread: Replacing limbs

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    My last few Hoyt's, (5), 2012-2015, all have limb...

    My last few Hoyt's, (5), 2012-2015, all have limb bolts long enough to back the limbs out to where finger pressure can relieve the string/cables enough to allow you to remove the limbs without any...
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    Well, vanes don't last forever, and sooner or...

    Well, vanes don't last forever, and sooner or later you need to re-fletch. My own experience is that a set of vanes on a given arrow lasts about a month, with luck, and trimming the shot up parts....
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    Ah, OK. I actually have a couple from my...

    Ah, OK.

    I actually have a couple from my Supertec days, I'll give 'em a try.

    I was wondering about the stops that are carried by Lancaster, the ones that have a large flat on one side. ??
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    How much smaller? Which stop are you describing?

    How much smaller?
    Which stop are you describing?
  17. Thread: Hunting vs 3D

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    The difference is "are you out to win?" or "to...

    The difference is "are you out to win?" or "to improve your shooting?"

    A well tuned hunting bow is certainly up to the demands of a 3D shoot, and most 3D ranges have 35 targets or so. If you...
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    I have a Vector 32, and it's a very good deer...

    I have a Vector 32, and it's a very good deer getter. I also have a Spyder 30, and two Spyder Turbo's. On both ends of the "RKT curve", I shoot a '07 Vulcan, and a Factor 34.

    I like my Vector...
  19. Chris, how much speed are you getting? I find...

    Chris, how much speed are you getting?

    I find that the 2" Hogg ring allows me to see the target out to 80yds inside the ring, and I can use the bottom of the ring above the level as a reference on...
  20. Ah, faith. Faith requires no data, knowledge, or...

    Ah, faith. Faith requires no data, knowledge, or experience.

    Actually, I've made a quite a few evaluations. The difficulty in any evaluation is the need for a uniform/neutral medium, and the...
  21. I don't see where I questioned the efficiency of...

    I don't see where I questioned the efficiency of COC heads in my request. I've shot deer, elk and bears with COC heads. I know how they work.

    In the science and engineering world, "where did you...
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    Growing up on a dairy and chicken farm, sometimes...

    Growing up on a dairy and chicken farm, sometimes raising pigs when the prices were favorable, I consumed a fair quantity of chicken livers, gizzards, calf and pig liver. When we shot deer, deer...
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    Sounds like a pretty smart guy to me. I've...

    Sounds like a pretty smart guy to me.

    I've purchased new bows, leftover bows, and used bows. Probably about a hundred, maybe more. I never bothered to register a single one. I never needed a...
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    So can those dusty leftover bows at the end of...

    So can those dusty leftover bows at the end of the sales cycle ;)



    Not a big handicap :)

    My 60lb Spyder is as fast arrow for arrow as my 70lb Magnatec. The Magnatec was easily an elk bow,...
  25. ??? How much energy? How was drag defined? ...

    ???

    How much energy?
    How was drag defined?

    How did I shoot through the last several dz deer with an over the top?

    Where do you get your numbers?
  26. Thread: 80 pound bows?

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    For deer, a modern 80lb bow is more than enough...

    For deer, a modern 80lb bow is more than enough to say the least.

    The newest bow designs put out more of everything than bows 10lbs and even 20lbs heavier of just a few years past. My 70lb 1980's...
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    2007 Hoyt Vulcan - 50lb Light DW hunting bow...

    2007 Hoyt Vulcan - 50lb Light DW hunting bow
    2012 Hoyt Vector 32 - 60lb Go To "Buck Bow"
    2013 Hoyt Spyder Turbo - 50lb 3D/Spot and deer bow
    2013 Spyder Turbo - 60lb Elk bow
    2014 Spyder 30 -...
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    Works like a charm. I use a Q-Tip when I get too...

    Works like a charm. I use a Q-Tip when I get too much on the vane.

    Try applying the adhesive in small dabs, and spreading it evenly with a toothpick or small flat piece of wood. (I use the ones...
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    I have and use vanes from Norway, VaneTec,...

    I have and use vanes from Norway, VaneTec, Blazer, and NAP. None of them will hold up to a fast moving point, they all wrinkle on a target pass through, or impact from another vane when the x-ring...
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    Draw weight by itself is not what makes a bow...

    Draw weight by itself is not what makes a bow lethal.

    I killed my first whitetail with a 41lb Browning bow, a cedar shaft arrow, and a single blade Bear Razorhead. The shot was about 12yds, and...
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