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    I find it so amazing these days that nearly...

    I find it so amazing these days that nearly everyone you run across, no matter which brand they are shooting, are shooting "for" company X, Y, or Z. Now, let's get real here folks...not EVERYONE can...
  2. Too bad it only fits Mathews bows! This isn't...

    Too bad it only fits Mathews bows! This isn't exactly a brand spanking new concept, but it could rake in some dough if there were models to fit such bows as Hoty (especially the Contender Elites or...
  3. I think the "Rotationg modules" were invented by...

    I think the "Rotationg modules" were invented by Marlow Larson when he was with Browning Archery back in the early 1990's. It wasn't long and others were using those rotating modules, too.
    field14...
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    Oh, but "grasshopper", your points are well taken...

    Oh, but "grasshopper", your points are well taken and does shed a bit of a different light on "revolutionary", doesn't it? It is sort of a "revolution" when SPEED and other such things are placed...
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    Not really, they likely listened to their staff...

    Not really, they likely listened to their staff and went back to what it should have always been in the first place! Not revolutionary as much as finally becoming somewhat proactive!
    Like I said,...
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    So, what is so revolutionary about offering...

    So, what is so revolutionary about offering different GRIPS? That was common for years and years back in the 1970's! NOTHING "new" about that at all. PSE< BEAR < WING and HOYT sent 3 slide on...
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    I wanna say the Pacer likely came in early 1976,...

    I wanna say the Pacer likely came in early 1976, cuz I remember shooting my new White Pacer in a District 5 Target Championship and those were in June. It was also before the NFAA changed the target...
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    According to this, we are BOTH incorrect as to...

    According to this, we are BOTH incorrect as to who was first with the TWO wheeled compound bow. It was, Tom Jennings:
    http://www.archeryhalloffame.com/Jennings.html
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    "Notes of Interest
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    Actually, Sonny, that is either a Golden Key...

    Actually, Sonny, that is either a Golden Key Futura Golden Premier, or a Spott-Hogg Premier arrow rest and was first designed as a launcher blade arrow rest. There are something over 30 DIFFERENT...
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    Bingo...for most people it will be IMPOSSIBLE to...

    Bingo...for most people it will be IMPOSSIBLE to "hold perfectly still", so find "your" float and learn to live with it without trying to force it to be "mo-better". Won't happen anyways, so why...
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    I think that Duane Price was the first one to...

    I think that Duane Price was the first one to score a 30X-300 at Vegas, several years back; that is if I recall correctly. Reo has shot 90 baby-x before, but NOT at Vegas.

    field14 (Tom D.)
  12. 1. will I get the DRAW LENGTH that I order, or...

    1. will I get the DRAW LENGTH that I order, or will it be off by 1/2" or more? TOP PRIORITY!
    2. Letoff %. I will no longer purchase a bow with high letoff (above 65%). And I won't purchase a bow...
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    Sonny, the old NFAA outdoor field and hunter...

    Sonny, the old NFAA outdoor field and hunter faces weren't metric, they were in inches:

    The target face used from the 35 fan out through the 53 yard walk up was a total of 18" in diameter. The...
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    Laz. "Far more accurate" I don't think so. But...

    Laz. "Far more accurate" I don't think so. But I see your point.

    Back in the 80's, we used to have a "team shoot" on Saturday afternoon at the State Field tournament. What we did is to team up...
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    BULL HOCKEY! You are so out of touch with the...

    BULL HOCKEY! You are so out of touch with the past FORTY (40) years, I cannot believe it!
    So you are saying that since 1976 when the field and hunter targets were changed to exactly what they are...
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    In the past, I used to think a "small dot" was...

    In the past, I used to think a "small dot" was the way to go. But that was WAY in the past and then after the incident belowI knew that chasin' a dot wasn't always the best idea:
    That is fine. I...
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    Actually, Carroll Two wheelers had split limbs...

    Actually, Carroll Two wheelers had split limbs and were the first on the scene. Right at first, everyone said "the two-wheeled compound bows are ugly and they'll never make it." That quickly changed...
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    Common sense should prevail. You don't want them...

    Common sense should prevail. You don't want them so close that each person is right on top of each other. If you do, then they will pull the shoot one at a time scenario and slow down the shooting....
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    [For Sale] Payment completed and bow is SOLD. Thanks...

    Payment completed and bow is SOLD.
    Thanks everyone for looking.

    Tom D. (field14)
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    [For Sale] Payment is completed and bow is SOLD. Thanks,...

    Payment is completed and bow is SOLD.
    Thanks, everyone for looking.

    field14 (Tom D.)
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    [For Sale] Check your PM. field14 (Tom D)

    Check your PM.
    field14 (Tom D)
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    Also the direction of the serving should be that...

    Also the direction of the serving should be that if the shooter were to draw the string with fingers on the string...the serving would TIGHTEN. Thus, serving for a LEFT handed shooter would be...
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    Well, had occasion to do exactly what I outlined...

    Well, had occasion to do exactly what I outlined too many times to count, and that has stopped the peep rotation every time. Now, that being said, hopefully there aren't a gazillion twists into the...
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    Well, I'll chime in here. Since you are getting...

    Well, I'll chime in here. Since you are getting more than 1/4 turn when you draw the bow, I suggest you put the bow into a press, take the string off the bottom cam only...and twist the bowstring...
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    This be very TRUE. One important difference is...

    This be very TRUE. One important difference is that you have POSITIVE means of setting let-off % instead of "moving draw stops" to get 60ish to 80ish % letoff (and lose nearly all your valley if you...
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    Shoot thru risers are far from new. SABO had a...

    Shoot thru risers are far from new. SABO had a shoot thru riser recurve bow in the 1960's, and some compounds were built upon a copy of this riser design. I know, I built two of the 4 of the...
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    Yes, the answers were all there, as were the...

    Yes, the answers were all there, as were the "Objectives" of what you were supposed to know. Like I previously said, with ASA, they are giving your the TEST QUESTIONS and your answers? Well,...
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    [For Sale] Bow is SOLD pending payment. I will close the...

    Bow is SOLD pending payment. I will close the thread once payment is completed.

    Thank you, everyone for looking and for offers.

    Tom D. (field14)
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    [For Sale] Bow is SOLD pending payment. I will close the...

    Bow is SOLD pending payment. I will close the thread once payment is completed.

    Thank you, everyone for looking and for offers.

    Tom D. (field14)
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    It 'floats' because there isn't a human being...

    It 'floats' because there isn't a human being alive that can hold the pin perfectly steady for more than a second or so, that is why. You have heartbeat to deal with, you have fine twitch muscle to...
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