Type: Posts; User: ozzyrdg
The more I look at it the more I would agree it's an older 2 shot from Carter.
you have to take the strin off and slide up the string.
call Ross Archery 877-504-7677
Hunted with the 31 for 2 years until I got a 2011 Crave. Smooth and quiet. A little on the heavy side, but a damn fine bow. Still have it.
Try Bloodsport 1's. I love them. Never had an outsert bend or break.
contact Ross I they scanned them into their computer and can email it to you.
Just Like Dad's from Ross
did you draw it back with a release or your fingers?
I like mine. It has a smooth draw cycle with a very solid back wall. Mine is set at 29" 70# with Gold Tip Velocity pros gettin 328 fps out of it. It's dialed in to 60 yards.
USPS. Keep the box as small as you can. Around $80.
Very lightwieght. Smooth draw and a solid back wall.
On #5. the same as the number on the mod.
The MBG's. Bright pins. rugged as hell and great customer service.
I've shot all of those except the Carter. Of those 4 I'd choose the Rhino. But I have shot a Hardcore Max for almost 2 years now and love it. I like the rigger way better than the Rhino.
Put it in rest first then nock it. Will take a little getting used to but will become second nature after awhile.
I want one also.
Love my Crave Drt 33.5. Shoots like a dream and packs a heck of a punch. Tuning was a breeze.
Tru Fire Hardcore Max
try a Ross XD. 30.5" a to a and 320 IBO.
Buy the bow that feels the best no matter what name is on it.
Tightspot Quivers are adjustable for the smaller arrows. I use one with Bloodsport 1's.
QAD Hands down.
I didn't notice an increase in speed, but did notice less string twang and that thump when the string hits the string stop is lessened.
I've used them for several years and really like them. they seem to be as durable as any other nock I've used.
The Carnivore was a smooth shooting bow. I own a 31 and really like it. It's a little slow and a little bit heavy but a great shooting bow.