Type: Posts; User: cold1984
28yds...im ready for Oct 1.
I love them. They fly very, very similar to a combo point all the way up to 40yds (as thats as far as i have tested them. The blades are a little tricky to install at first but once you take one...
Either Fred Bear or Chuck Adams
I shoot 3 G5 T3 as my "main" brodaheads and i carry 2 NAP Thunderheads as "Secondary" broadheads. All 100gr.
Very slick man, good luck with her!
100gr G5 T3, & 100gr NAP Thunderhead
It was produced in the late 90's early 2000's i believe. My uncle still shoots his, 32" ATA, decently fast too.
*Noted* But yes thanks for the luck ;)
Yeah, it def limits the long range capability..lol
I appreciate your concern, as well i see your point about the "U" vs "O" shape, and i must say the angled bar does sound like a great idea! I am however not too worried about the load rating of the...
Naw I don't believe so, I cut it off after the pivot bot for the upper arm. The stand is a steel tank so the weight wasn't effected very much and the 10 or so times I did small climbs on the tree in...
here is a link of me shooting the bow last Fall
I cut the front rail off of it for this season as well.
Here is an updated picture of the boy, watches VS with me every morning :)
No i haven't but if they are...great deal!
i switched from Bear to Quest due to the Michigan loyalty and the bow shooting great!
Once i get my blackberry back in service i will be :)
I used them last season. They fly pretty darn close to a field point, the closest i have ever used! The blades are a little bit of a task to change the first time or so but you get the idea pretty...
Between 175 -225
Im in Livonia
I use 100gr G5 T3
Mossy oak tree stand
Rest for sure. If your rest fails...your shot fails.
Sorry for your loss. I had a scare this week when my 3yr old pit/lab mix was acting lethargic, timid and not wagging her tail. But come to find out she fractured her tail up by her butt. It's a...