And to you and yours.
Type: Posts; User: JOE PA
And to you and yours.
That would be great here. All of the lawyers in our government won't allow something that makes that much sense.
A nock like the Firenock that snaps onto the string.
To me, this design is not unlike the vertical inline in terms of draw weight and length as well as trigger latch location. Of course it is horizontal and offers the shooter's hand a whole lot more...
Extremely biased opinions, especially when stated over and over, eventually carry less and less weight with people on the board that can think rationally. This may be the most blatant example but...
It is one of life's mysteries, Hunlee.
The bigger Scorpyds are 20+" in power stroke. If you look on Crossbow Nation in the General Crossbow Discussion section, and guy that goes by Old Flyer has a thread about his long power stroke...
About 340 with 405 grain is what mine does.
Shouldn't be too long now.
There are places where you could apply a
zip tie or two.
Moth, meet flame.
As others have said, if the broadhead arrows are grouping well, but differently than field points, just sight in with the broadheads. If they are not grouping well, then it is the arrows. I've...
Congrats. Tough to take those old doe.
Yeah. All the doe permits for the last ten years has nothing to do with it. Numbers are down in 5c, the land of doe permits. Apparently things are fine where c spot hunts.
Guess they have to do what they think is best for their company. It is curious with all the problems they seem to be having (but apparently won't admit) with their own trigger.
Kinda hard to know for sure what Hunlee wants. I do know he seems to want speed but not long dollar.
So, GA pth, what do you think of the Fang?
Wife says buy a crossbow for Christmas? Ya got a good one there!
Will you have to spend an equal amount on her? If you are lucky it will only be an equal amount.
Congrats on the 380. I shot...
Off when I get to the stand. Vertical or crossbow.
Yeah, but if ya need limbs...
Most of my deals on here have been great. Had one where a guy sent cams that had been dryfired, then accused me of damaging them after I got them. I never even put them on a bow. Slowed my trading...
Clint is right too. Friction of the cocking rope sliding through the groove at the back of the stock helps control the let down.
It's self sealing, clint. Stays put without zip ties.
The way I understand it, when decocking, all the mechanical advantage of both rollers are in one arm. It should be 1/4 th the draw weight. I know my 355SS (250#) lets down easily. It is not hard...
Surely if you dare to suggest that the Micro is not perfect in every way there are a fiercely loyal few who will be glad to point out your error in judgment, Clint. After the last 3 weeks or so it...
Another way to skin the cat.
Do my eyes deceive me, or do Micro limb recurves work (open up) more than Matrix limbs?
Like your own thread, eh?
BTW, when you said about the guys who wanted Micro 355 & 380s, I'd guess the 355 would be same limbs and 9 3/4", 380 probably 10".
You got 'em, Pin.
There are many reasons not to do that. First, it violates Excal's model of one limb set, various power strokes. Second, materials can only bend so far. Third , draw weight and stack are related to...
Not sure George wants to be referred to as the cat's ass, but the cat's ass certainly is in the neighborhood.
And so much for natural predators only taking the young, old, weak or lame, and not...