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    What is "speed?" Sounds foolish, but...

    What is "speed?"

    Sounds foolish, but seriously, at what speed is an arrow fast? By today's standards, some feel 300 fps is slow. Not so long ago 250 fps was smokin' fast. Speed is great, but...
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    Poll: Every 5-6 years. That's about how long it takes...

    Every 5-6 years. That's about how long it takes to see a significant difference over the current bow.
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    Good lookin' rig! How smooth a finish did your...

    Good lookin' rig! How smooth a finish did your paint job end up?

    Love your arrow set-up. That's a freight train!
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    Only tat I have. For now. 2423194

    Only tat I have. For now.

    2423194
  5. I have used both, but with a drop-away, not a WB....

    I have used both, but with a drop-away, not a WB. To be honest, I saw no increase in accuracy, and that's with Magnus Snuffers. The old ones.
  6. Thread: Slow

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    Bow/arrow/broadhead in sig line. 250 fps. Shoots...

    Bow/arrow/broadhead in sig line. 250 fps. Shoots lights out with big C-O-C broadheads. Still can hunt with one pin to almost 30 yards.

    Works for me!
  7. Thread: PSE bows

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    2011 Dream Season Evo. Black with camo riser. ...

    2011 Dream Season Evo. Black with camo riser.

    http://i191.photobucket.com/albums/z199/seemypix_2007/46E97C45-E8C8-4EAF-AF11-220AA7548702.jpg
  8. I fell from a ladder on May 17th and fractured...

    I fell from a ladder on May 17th and fractured two transverse processes on my lumbar vertebrae. Lot of pain, lot of swelling. Not shooting my bow for a while pales in comparison to paralysis, I can...
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    You can disagree! It's a free country! I...

    You can disagree! It's a free country!

    I think they are easier to cut as there is no worry about splintering aluminum as there is with carbon. Not a big concern if using the correct tool but a...
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    I use 2314's. Love 'em!

    I use 2314's. Love 'em!
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    Your IMHO is spot on. Yes, they will bend more...

    Your IMHO is spot on. Yes, they will bend more than carbons. That is a fact. But it is nowhere near the "issue" people make it out to be. They are easier to cut, easier to install inserts and fletch,...
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    Probably a great shaft for targets, and most...

    Probably a great shaft for targets, and most likely mechanicals, but probably weak for fixed broadheads. I shot lights out at 60# with a 27" 2213 with field tips and mechanicals, but not fixed bladed...
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    I have three XX75 2213's that have been through...

    I have three XX75 2213's that have been through two deer apiece and still are straight as an, um, an arrow. I have no experience with the Fall Stalkers, but XX75 and XX78 shafts have held up very...
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    I've shot a lot of carbons with aluminums, and...

    I've shot a lot of carbons with aluminums, and they are pretty close out to 30. At 40 you see the difference in trajectory, although it's nothing to worry about in my book.
  15. There's saving money, and buying cheap. In...

    There's saving money, and buying cheap.

    In the long run, you will probably spend more as you will probably have issues with those bows you can't fix. Save up a few more bucks and get something...
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    I couldn't use 4" feathers out of my Evo. With a...

    I couldn't use 4" feathers out of my Evo. With a 6" brace they were jammed in the rest at brace. I decided to try a short hi-profile vane instead on my XX78 2314's and settled on NAP Twisters. Total...
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    Happy Birthday, Emma! The best present you...

    Happy Birthday, Emma!

    The best present you will ever get in your life is the mom and dad you have now!
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    Umm.......screw them on? Those are 125 grain...

    Umm.......screw them on?

    Those are 125 grain screw-in Snuffers. You must have the glue-in heads. There were adapters for those. Might be hard to find now.
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    They sharpen easily with a file. ...

    They sharpen easily with a file.

    http://i191.photobucket.com/albums/z199/seemypix_2007/125grainSnuffers.jpg

    They are not that wide of a cut, but they leave darned good blood trails. This is a...
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    I had original Magnus Snuffers. I would consider...

    I had original Magnus Snuffers. I would consider that a large fixed head.
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    Really? Companies spend millions on logos and...

    Really? Companies spend millions on logos and advertising to lure customers. From cars, to beer, to bows. If advertising had no effect, companies wouldn't waste money on it.
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    This may appear to be a goofy thread to some, but...

    This may appear to be a goofy thread to some, but I guarantee that something as simple as a logo sways some buyers. Luckily I'm not one of them, as I love my Evo, but PSE's logo is a true meh!
  23. Thread: Poll

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    Poll: 2-10. Sometimes on my 65 mile commute (Bel...

    2-10.

    Sometimes on my 65 mile commute (Bel Air, MD to Philadelphia) I will see none, and the next day I will see 8, 10, 20 deer in scattered groups browsing off of 95. And there are days I see no...
  24. If you're apprehensive about fletching your own...

    If you're apprehensive about fletching your own arrows with a jig, glue, etc, you can always try NAP Quick Fletch. It's a wrap with three vanes (Twisters, Quick Spins or Blazers) that shrink onto...
  25. The nail in the coffin was flying BWI-PHX-BWI for...

    The nail in the coffin was flying BWI-PHX-BWI for a business trip in February. When I got back I had 7" of snow on top capped with 1.5" of ice. The roof nearly caved in and it took me well over an...
  26. If it was strictly a vehicle for hunting,...

    If it was strictly a vehicle for hunting, camping, etc. I would have no issues. My '06 Wrangler got me in and out of some tight spots, and with a Hitch Haul on the back I could carry extra gear or...
  27. I'm the same. I like to buy a new bow and...

    I'm the same. I like to buy a new bow and hunt/shoot with it until technology changes enough to warrant a new bow, and that is not every one or two years. More like 6-7 years IMO. So if I buy new as...
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    Can someone please explain the "torquing the bow...

    Can someone please explain the "torquing the bow causes the string to derail" concept?
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    Great bruin!
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    I have come to full draw expecting a deer to step...

    I have come to full draw expecting a deer to step out behind a tree and into my shooting lane, only to have it turn and walk off 10-15 yards or more away (staying directly behind the tree). It's...
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