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    Have been shooting the Timberdoodle for several...

    Have been shooting the Timberdoodle for several years, and never encountered the issue you are explaining. Good luck, I hope you are able to correct the issue.
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    Looks like Amelia is getting rid of all kinds of...

    Looks like Amelia is getting rid of all kinds of stuff lately. And you boys thought I was joking! Ha!
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    When did the zeros pop up? The last series? ...

    When did the zeros pop up? The last series? (Time stamps didn't show up). I'm not sure what weight you're pulling, but it may have simply been muscle fatigue, and the subsequent detriment to form....
  5. I would do well to "just keep" my present bow,...

    I would do well to "just keep" my present bow, but have what the Docs call an "addiction." I can't stop buying new (to me) bows. My wife has mentioned a few solutions to the problem, usually...
  6. I'll jump in on #1 and #2, but must be shopping...

    I'll jump in on #1 and #2, but must be shopping at the wrong stores for #3. A new finger bow these days will set you back a very pretty nickel. I can't remember thinking of shooting as...
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    X2. I'm just getting my Safari Tuff broken in,...

    X2. I'm just getting my Safari Tuff broken in, but excellent quality and a great fit. The Bateman 3 under is solid, however, I accidently had great success with a Bateman split, when I just pulled...
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    Congrats! Good way to start off trad.

    Congrats! Good way to start off trad.
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    2067131 The Archer's Bible. Found it on...

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    The Archer's Bible. Found it on Amazon, only $118 new... ha! I guess it pays to be a classic. I need to find my old dog eared copy, with Pepsi stains.
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    Great video (as always). I appreciate you...

    Great video (as always). I appreciate you posting, although it has me thinking about messing around with my anchor point (again). I moved from a split finger to three under several months ago. ...
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    Holy Cow! I bought that brand new at a local...

    Holy Cow! I bought that brand new at a local book store in Wyoming over 30 years ago! I read it front-back on more than one occasion. Great find! A classic. There was another one (Archer's...
  12. Wasn't me (maybe another Paul) on the...

    Wasn't me (maybe another Paul) on the wallbangers. I've been back and forth between the Accuwheel and Cam .5. I've ended up on the Cam .5, mostly because my form gets sloppy with the Accuwheel. ...
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    It's an acquired taste. They'll have to come to...

    It's an acquired taste. They'll have to come to it on their own. The more filters you put between yourself and the target (hunting or field), the smaller the personal return for a great shot.
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    The Tap Pro software like a 2216 XX75 for that...

    The Tap Pro software like a 2216 XX75 for that set up as "a little weak" but within the performance range. I'm interested to see how this works out.
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    And here I thought we loved the Auzzies for their...

    And here I thought we loved the Auzzies for their beer and beautiful women... come to find out it's their refined taste in archery kit! If you do throw that LX on the market, it won't last long.
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    We may have to ask the mods to quarantine the...

    We may have to ask the mods to quarantine the Fingers Forum. We have another confirmed case of ebay. Everyone, be sure to wash your hands.

    Good call! You can get a summer gig as a nail driver...
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    An impressive collection from a closing era. The...

    An impressive collection from a closing era. The Trad group seems to be actually INCREASING in numbers these days, as more and more reject the highly technical parallel limbs bows for recurves and...
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    x2. Would have a hard time getting better than...

    x2. Would have a hard time getting better than the ProTec LX Pro. Some patience could also have you looking for an Aspen or Montega from Hoyt. The Tribute is a very solid choice (and one of the...
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    Thanks for the reply. I'll work up a couple and...

    Thanks for the reply. I'll work up a couple and try the bareshaft and paper, to see where I'm at. The 80#s is probably a bit over spined for my shoulders these days, and I may dial it back. The...
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    I'm feeling like a copy cat, but a Hoyt...

    I'm feeling like a copy cat, but a Hoyt Provantage (Tracer) somehow recently made my list of Hoyts I should own (thanks a lot, Shadowhunter)..... Not sure if there is one on the racks, but it would...
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    Again I've failed at this game. I would have gone...

    Again I've failed at this game. I would have gone thru a few series of spines before guessing a 2317 for that setup. Not to start another arrow spine thread, but an 80# ProTec with a Cam .5 & 29.5"...
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    That's probably within striking distance for...

    That's probably within striking distance for Oldruffedhunter.... nearly 7 hours drive for me. A beautiful (but weird) sight. I would love to hear the story on how the shop owner got his hands on...
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    x 2. The boonies work well. Mother Nature left...

    x 2. The boonies work well. Mother Nature left me bereft of my natural UV protection (hair), so I have to wear a hat of some type to prevent burning my scalp. The boonie seems most adaptable.
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    I'm not nearly enough of a tech-junkie to know...

    I'm not nearly enough of a tech-junkie to know the math, but not sure if the feathers weigh enough or have enough drag to cause a disturbance by being "slightly" un-equally distributed over the...
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    Now THAT'S a good news story! Congrats to the...

    Now THAT'S a good news story! Congrats to the gentlemen for putting meat on the table and making a good choice for the future!

    I've bought my last two Hoyts on faith. Both the '03 ProTec and ...
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    Makes sense. The guys over on the Trad forum...

    Makes sense. The guys over on the Trad forum have a couple "aluminum arrow" threads going now, seems to be the topic of the day. Not surprising to hear a lot of them favor aluminums, as well. The...
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    Thanks. This has me wondering now. I would...

    Thanks. This has me wondering now. I would almost think a 2317 would be stiff for that setup. Perhaps I will only build out a small number, and see how they fly.
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    I've got a few of those waiting to get built out....

    I've got a few of those waiting to get built out. Going to try them on my 80# Protec. What set up are you using them on?
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    I'll throw my vote in with the aluminums. I've...

    I'll throw my vote in with the aluminums. I've been moving steadily back to the Easton XX75 series over the past few years. I've had a solid experience with the Easton A/C/C Pro Hunter Series, in...
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    x2. I have a Tribute, and really like it, but...

    x2. I have a Tribute, and really like it, but the Protec LX Pro is where Hoyt reached their zenith on finger bows. I started with the Cam .5, moved to Accuwheel, then back Cam .5. The harder wall...
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