Type: Posts; User: target1
Is it even possible for trad shooters to have a civil conversation? Doesn't seem like it.
if you plan on selling anything on AT you must become a sponsor or take it to the classifieds
Some of the pros lurk about but don't post.
now there's a guy with too much time on his hands.
my feeble attempt at wit and sarcasm
We should ask ourselves what is B.E.S.T.or WWLD. What would Lee do?
Just for the record, I am not anti-BB/trad. The reason I mod both is because.........I shoot both.
Some days it is my oly rig, other days it is my trad bow. I love, admire and respect both.
you guys sound like a bunch of 12 year old girls. When the trad guys decided to descend upon the FITA forum, it has become just like the trad forum was, nothing but condescension and bickering. I had...
After the arrow has left it doesn't matter what the bow does. Just be courteous to others and don't hurt yourself.
Yes, John is truly an elitist.:wink:
I can always just delete any thread or post with his name in it.
I am still a fan of all white. Makes a shooting line look very dignified. There was a day when it was all uniform. Wish it was still this way.
I use a Hoyt super rest on my Hatfield, works great. Now me on the hand, not so great.
I'm not entirely up on what the requirements are. I know if you are a banner sponsor you can advertise in the forums. A SMR can advertise in the Manufacturers forums. Click on the top of the main...
For now, I'm going to let this thread stay...If you want to advertise on AT you have to become a sponsor or stick to the classifieds.
if you hit what you aim at and it is repeatable than it's probably fine.
I've been using my Winact MEDIUMS for over 10 years.
I shoot the exact same arrows, either outdoors or indoors. Cartel Triples with micro-blazers
All I do is contract work (10-99). My rate is 1500 per week or 45 per hour.
X3 for Beiter!
I'm not sure if it is true, but many on here have stated the Easton charts are unreliable. I would be careful.
I don't have a Max, but I do have a Winact, which by now is kinda old. I've had no apparent fade, so I'm not sure if it is a paint problem or a one time event. You can avoid fade by simply using a...