A whole keg?:mg:
Type: Posts; User: EnglishKev
A whole keg?:mg:
I thought it was a joke till I googled it, it actually is a real film!!
Still, after a 6 pack or three.....
Apparently, it grossed just $44,000 worldwide LoL.
Just got my second in 40 years of driving (first was 15 years ago).
Didn't think I was going over the 30 limit, I had slowed down at the sign, but it was a steep downhill, I was watching the car...
Touch wood, I have never had a problem uploading pics to AT.
Just ordered a set for a Hoyt Alpha Elite, red and flo orange with black servings and speed sleeves.
Should look good.
Once I get...
I have one, still has a fax/answer machine connected to it LoL.
It's a phone/internet package, but I have free evening and weekend calls including international.
I like being able to talk to my...
My buddy bought one last year just to have something to mess about with.
After looking at it, I reckoned we could make it legal to shoot in our NFAS crossbow class.
It already has a safety and a...
3'' parabolics for me.
I do have a few arrows fletched with vanes for really wet conditions, but otherwise it's feathers all the way.
I use this as well, great results.
However, in the past I used good ole Duco cement, best thing for feathers to carbon ever.
Only reason I switched was 'cos I cannot buy Duco over here, and since...
A few years ago I changed the strings out on my Hoyt Razortec.
Got it all set up, D loop and peep installed, working great.
Then realised the string was upside down, DoH!
Always do the adjustment in the same direction will 'fix' it (at least make it more consistant).
You want to come back up? dial in more clicks than you need, then go back down to the required...
NFAS here in England has no draw weight limits, just 300fps max speed.
As far as I am aware, you can't.
The only one who could would be an admin, but I believe that it screws up the system somewhat, so they don't do it.
I think you're gonna be SOL.
Simplist way is to use less glue in the first place.
'Minimalist' is the key here.
If you think you have just enough glue needed to stick the fletch, you probably have too much!
Imagine you have just drawn your bow, but before you even settle enough to shoot, there is a problem somewhere on the range and a cold line is called.
You will have to let down!!
Best to be...
What ever is in my arrow box to the shoot (up to 2 dozen), 6 on the course.
When down to 12 or less in the box, build another dozen.
My buddy's '07 Bowtech Allegience just done the same thing.
I popped the cables out of the slide, pulled the rod and degreased the riser hole and the rod end.
A wee dab of epoxy and pushed it back...
Best of luck to you Skeet, as long as it allows you to keep in the woods, shoot whatever you have to.
Do keep an eye on us here, we need it LoL.
Go out at night with an ultraviolet light.
The nocks and vanes glow in the dark like you would not believe!
A guy I have hunted with in Florida bought one a few years ago.
He travelled around a lot on business and hunted whenever he had chance.
The Liberty fitted in his suitcase so was easier to travel...
If serving above/below the peep, don't have the serving too close to the peep.
The serving needs to be at the natural seperation point of the string.
It is normal to also tie around the peep.
Not got any flo-green with black, but have a set of Prolines on one of my AlienX bows in flo-green/silver with black streak.
Did that in the office once, boss decided to see how long it took me to wake up then gave me a rocket for sleeping past lunchtime!
Not over here, our date is 14-3-15 LoL
On a different note, this makes my post count 3333.
Same here, also we have average speed cameras that are positioned at intervals along road works.
They read the license plates, document the time and transmit the info.
From that the authorities...
Dremel on a wooden jig.
My 3D bows are the '09 and '10 AlienX's, these get shot all the time.
For finger shooting, I have a 2001 Reflex Extreme.
Now and then I take the 2003 Hoyt RazorTec out for a blast.
Not much use to you now, but for future reference, when Proline has a sale, you can buy a gift certificate.
That locks you in at the sale price, and you can then redeem it at a later time.
You could also save a few bucks and buy a couple of LED worklights from Amazon.
Mine work great and cost the equivalent of $20.
Just a thought.
No, only wax the strings/cables where there is no serving.
2003 owners manual, lots of pics, might help.