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    locktite, can't recommend it enough on the mods.

    locktite, can't recommend it enough on the mods.
  2. Thread: G5 montecs?

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    as long as a head spins true and is balanced it...

    as long as a head spins true and is balanced it should fly well from a bow tuned for it. Montecs tend to be pretty consistent and true as long as the inserts are straight in the arrows.
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    not necessarily, it's a seam in the inner layer...

    not necessarily, it's a seam in the inner layer of the shaft and not necessarily the stiff side of the arrow as they are made of several layers assembled in different directions. The easiest ways to...
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    Diet coke in itself isn't too bad, aside from...

    Diet coke in itself isn't too bad, aside from being acidic. There is evidence that artificial sweeteners tend to trick the body into thinking it's taking in sugar and increasing hunger but chemically...
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    It's just like building a rifle, you spend all...

    It's just like building a rifle, you spend all your money on getting the best barrel, stock, reciever, ammo, optics and then put a crappy trigger on it. The gun will never be able to perform as well...
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    TENS unit, they used to be expensive and hard to...

    TENS unit, they used to be expensive and hard to get, now you can get them online for under $50. They are great for lots of things, I use mine to get tight muscles to relax and relieve stiff...
  7. Thread: Hunting ATV

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    That makes sense, the last Kodiak I had was a...

    That makes sense, the last Kodiak I had was a 2000, then they quit making them for a while when the smaller Grizzly's came out. Our Grizzly 450 is plenty for most stuff around the camp and they can...
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    The DNR usually places the season around peak...

    The DNR usually places the season around peak rut, they aren't too concerned about maintaining large mature buck populations but more concerned with maintaining healthy target deer populations of all...
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    You'd have to play with it quite a bit to see if...

    You'd have to play with it quite a bit to see if you can get the images to converge properly, I have a feeling that the scope is built that way to let you choose if you want the pin to be magnified...
  10. Thread: Hunting ATV

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    I'd be looking for a Yamaha Kodiak 400 or a...

    I'd be looking for a Yamaha Kodiak 400 or a Grizzly 450. Tough, enough power to take care of just about anything and easy to take care of. The Kodiak is going to be the easiest to maintain as it is...
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    Vaportrail is awesome! Ordered several sets from...

    Vaportrail is awesome! Ordered several sets from them and I usually get a phone call the same day or the next morning to confirm what I've entered and if there are any mistakes on my part (I've had...
  12. My dad had this repair done along with a few...

    My dad had this repair done along with a few others while they were in there. Right shoulder, his was a pretty extensive repair and it was nearly a year before he was back to full strength, 6 months...
  13. Thread: rpm 360

    by ironman_gq
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    had one that looked like it was starting to...

    had one that looked like it was starting to delaminate, talked to my dealer and they replaced the limbs without question. I shot it a few times after I noticed and nothing moved or got worse but I...
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    Dryer sheets also work well for repelling most...

    Dryer sheets also work well for repelling most animals.
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    I had one stand that was just off the side of a...

    I had one stand that was just off the side of a steep ridge, maybe a 15yd shot to the top of the ridge which was at eye level with me the main trails were at the bottom of the ridge about 10yds the...
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    If they are the styrofoam bead blocks, You...

    If they are the styrofoam bead blocks, You couldn't pay me to shoot them. Those little white beads would end up everywhere and nothing manages to clean them up.
  17. Thread: Help please

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    I'd take a close look at the nock height and rest...

    I'd take a close look at the nock height and rest height. I had similar problems and found that my nock was climbing up my string. The issue only showed up at longer distances.
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    Riser mount quiver

    Does anyone make a riser mount quiver that uses the hex holes in the riser like some of the older Octane quivers did? I have one for my Invasion and would really like to find one for my RPM.
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    Only thing I could see this helping with is if...

    Only thing I could see this helping with is if you have a broadhead not deploy, it could help with bleeding or if the wound plugs. In my experience, even if you don't have a passthrough the arrows...
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    Synumn press works just fine as does my homemade...

    Synumn press works just fine as does my homemade inline press.
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    Not an uncommon way to add weight to an arrow, I...

    Not an uncommon way to add weight to an arrow, I think I even remember reading a whole thread on the subject a while back.
  22. Thread: Noisy RPM!

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    That weight on the string makes a big difference...

    That weight on the string makes a big difference in noise, quiets them down a lot.
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    Never had a bow with a centershot markings other...

    Never had a bow with a centershot markings other than the berger holes. I've always just set it parallel with the riser and run the shaft through the berger holes to set height and tuned from there,...
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    MN we can't even use a broadhead with larger than...

    MN we can't even use a broadhead with larger than a 2" cut legally.
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    Bulleit Rye, Pendelton, Crown Royal - my brown...

    Bulleit Rye, Pendelton, Crown Royal - my brown water choices

    Most beers I like but Surly Furious is my favorite along with a good high IBU IPA
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    It's not uncommon for smaller shops to not have...

    It's not uncommon for smaller shops to not have any lefty gear in stock. For most of them it just sits being that most shooters are righty. Inventory sitting doesn't help the cash flow out, they need...
  27. Thread: Noisy RPM!

    by ironman_gq
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    Do you have any speed buttons or sleeves on the...

    Do you have any speed buttons or sleeves on the new string and any dampeners on the cables?
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    Fixed are more reliable, they cut no matter what...

    Fixed are more reliable, they cut no matter what and never fail to deploy. With that said most hunters don't properly tune their bows to the BH they are using and mechanicals generally fly much more...
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    My local shop charges $3/ea if you've been a good...

    My local shop charges $3/ea if you've been a good customer or your buying your shafts from them. The other shop around charges $6/ea for a refletch
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    Cheap windows 8 tablet (Dell has some at around...

    Cheap windows 8 tablet (Dell has some at around $100) and a micro USB card reader ($10 on amazon) you get a functional little tablet with lots of uses and a reasonable sized screen to view pics on.
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