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  1. accidents will happen, what matters is whether or...

    accidents will happen, what matters is whether or not, the shop is willing to go through the trouble to make you happy about your new purchase. if they try to get around ordering a new bow, with no...
  2. why wouldn't you just put 100 grain points in...

    why wouldn't you just put 100 grain points in your other arrows ?.
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    ball bearings are designed to be rotated in full...

    ball bearings are designed to be rotated in full 360 degree rotation. anything less, especially the start and stop that a bow puts them through, is usually hard on them. add to that the shock they...
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    to some degree Fury90. using your rhomboids to...

    to some degree Fury90.
    using your rhomboids to initiate the drawing of your bow, has the same feeling as when you pull your shoulders back and down when you stand at attention. if put your...
  5. yup, like everything else mass produced these...

    yup, like everything else mass produced these days. insurance has mandated that whatever threshold is advertised, that stated threshold has to a certain amount, less than what the item can really...
  6. with the penchant everyone has for speed,...

    with the penchant everyone has for speed, manufacturers are tempted to keep minimizing the safe arrow weight their bows will handle. add to that the preference of consumers to shoot so close or even...
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    they aren't the least bit less expensive to...

    they aren't the least bit less expensive to produce because of the increased time of machining the riser. a typical, left or right hand riser is made by the press of a few buttons or flip of a...
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    what you are doing with the hooter-shooter, is...

    what you are doing with the hooter-shooter, is establishing that the shafts all flex the same direction when shot. this indexes the stiff side in the same general clock position and as long as they...
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    the shaft will bend with the strong side at the...

    the shaft will bend with the strong side at the inside of the bend. it doesn't matter what direction the shaft bends. when you repeated the same shaft, you most likely put the shaft's strong side...
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    bernies boy is about right. everyone's...

    bernies boy is about right.
    everyone's eyesight is different and suggestions to use a clarifier or not, can only be verified by trial. some people might prfer a slightly fuzzy picture, some...
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    if cams are the same between bows. the difference...

    if cams are the same between bows. the difference in cable and string lengths should be reflected by the difference in ATA, between the two bows, as the cam rotation is registered in degrees of...
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    you don't need silencers on a target bow. ...

    you don't need silencers on a target bow.
    Hoyt put them on all strings because not all contenders or pro comps are sold in target colors and that way there was no complications in putting the...
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    bowbender is right. you can fool around with...

    bowbender is right. you can fool around with string length all you want. as long as the bow is in tune, cams timed right, when you're done, the bow will shoot fine.
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    you will easily be able to make that 88-9/16"...

    you will easily be able to make that 88-9/16" long string the right, 88-1/2" by adding a few twists. it probly won't even take three twists to do that.
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    it's a much harder job than on a bow with today's...

    it's a much harder job than on a bow with today's rig. where the cable goes through the cam, there is a set screw that locks the cable in place with the can. you have to loosen that screw and slide...
  16. I still shoot my Cobalts for spots. 29 inch...

    I still shoot my Cobalts for spots. 29 inch 2512's with 246 gr. points, 4 inch -3 fletch feathers, Easton super nocks.
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    essentially yes, as the lack of holding weight...

    essentially yes, as the lack of holding weight negates the automatic involvement of the larger muscle group in your shoulders. many guy have problems here when the shoot by using back tension, but...
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    ian,.... third axis aligns the vertical...

    ian,....
    third axis aligns the vertical travel of sight elevation with the vertical plane of thrust of the bow. so that as you change your sight's elevation, the arrow stays in line with the...
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    you would be surprised just how resilient steel...

    you would be surprised just how resilient steel cable is. fast flite material, as well some of the others were around for quit a while during the later period that steel cables were used on bows....
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    there isn't allot of information floating around...

    there isn't allot of information floating around about this issue, because serving diameter depends allot on how much tension is on the serving tool and that changes the string bundle diameter, so...
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    some people have a really hard time...

    some people have a really hard time distinguishing between, "what will work and what is right". especially when the bottom line becomes profitability.
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    yup, your set up should be established around the...

    yup, your set up should be established around the holding weight that works best for you. peak weight will always be higher, and doesn't have to be overly high to drive a target arrow decently. with...
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    Conquests are one of those bows, that will always...

    Conquests are one of those bows, that will always be a good, effective target bow. they have all the right specs and characteristics that keep them close to the top, as far as good "target bow"...
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    post a pic of yourself at full draw with your...

    post a pic of yourself at full draw with your arrow as close to level as you can get it.......
    as dale said, bows don't change , unless something has loosened up. if your "flyers" are...
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    good bear !!......I really like that "pleated...

    good bear !!......I really like that "pleated boarder" on your rug. if ever I was lucky enough to get a bear, a rug is what i'd have done, also. I have a buddy that runs dogs on bobcats. he has a...
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    most of the time, a bow that balances out, to...

    most of the time, a bow that balances out, to stay vertical, is not the right condition. that's not really what the side rod is for. it's function, is to make the bow react the way it should, when...
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    yup, it is truly a legitimate place where,...

    yup, it is truly a legitimate place where, finding what, "works best for you", is the accepted rule.
    many times this "phrase" is over-used. there are certain elements of archery that need to be...
  28. Aread, nailed it. the top pros, can use just...

    Aread, nailed it. the top pros, can use just about anything and produce.....that's why they are, who they are !.
    all I can add, is that if they were as good as some people say, ....you'd see...
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    aloot of that formula for successfully...

    aloot of that formula for successfully maintaining score, is in the sight picture that you build for yourself, with the type of scope, it's power, size of peep and with clarifier or not, etc., the...
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    try pushing from your shoulder instead of with...

    try pushing from your shoulder instead of with your bow arm/hand.
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