Type: Posts; User: iceman14
I'm gonna say if it wasn't working for a period of time, there's a good chance it's just broke.
BUT, they didn't last long.
What a dumb way to word it.
I would buy one. If my 32 would've been faster I would've kept it probably. If they're going for smooth my Spyder was smoother.
I read one time something about the majority of P&Y bucks were taken on windy days or right after the wind stopped. you can get away with more movement and less scent control in the wind. My range is...
Double the fines, do away with revoking hunting rights. That's my thoughts.
In the 20s at least. More if you count flipping the spotlight on a hayfield at 3 AM.
Just take a look at it and consider it fugly. Worked for me.
National report is a fake news site.
Can't remember the speed, was no slouch. Hits like a train and it's fairly quiet.
Carbon core limbs. The comfort setting takes longer to build up and the performance is instant. Didn't put it on a draw board, but if the DL changes moving the disc, it is very minute. There doesn't...
Probably cheaper to not tell her.
I normally reflect them since most vanes have holes in them or are ripped.
It's like a destroyer grip kinda. Side plates are in the works is the rumor.
I shoot torches, bloodsports, injexions, el cheapo warriors, they all work. Take your pick and let er rip tator chip.
I shoot short bows :teeth:
The revolvers weigh almost .2 of a pound. It's a shooter. I'd at least test drive it.
Mine is a little more. But ballpark.
Can't remember who it is but their sig line reads "shooting yesterday's technology today" lol. It's fitting. I normally buy used or buy new and keep it a few years. my tax returns=gear shopping spree.
Congrats! Mine is waiting on a coat of kryptek.
Haha. It happens. Check out my group
Maybe they will try to remove their arrows from the mckenzies and return them.
Seriously though, there had to have been a few people involved, that's a ton of stuff. Hope they get nailed.
I would absolutely sell two to buy one if I had 3. If I only had two, no. But I would sell two, buy the new bow and high end accessories and still have a backup.
I'm diggin the string color though. They're sharp. I think bowtech will do well with this bow. It just feels good, it's quiet, and the new finishes are long overdue. If it had the same grip as the...
It was a 70#, never scaled it though. It was a few fps faster than my cpxl.
28" 370 grain torch. I got 304 on comfort and 308 on performance. Can't wait till my kryptek bow shows.
Solid deal. I just financed 84 months last week :mg:
Wanna bet on it?