Type: Posts; User: 2lunger
1/8" is the biggest for the regular housing. To get 3/16" you'd have to get the 1/4" large housing.
I'm using a 1/16", but I have a smaller scope.
That's what I use. They have a variety of aperature sizes too. If you have the peep housing already, it'll cost you another $25 or so for the clarifier.
Could've split the new one when you put it on. Maybe that's why it went on so easy?? Maybe it was split on the inside??
Been there, done that.
I used my hunting bow, so I had 4 pins set 25, 35, 45, and 55, but hunter class in 3D is usually a 35 yd max.
I'd say 90% of the shots I took, I just held high or low with my 25. The 3 - 6 yd....
5 that I shoot, 3 that I don't. Probably going to sell 2 of them and get down to 3 shooters.
Probably the owner....
Cable tracks go on the same side as the cable guard. If you don't you'll be crossing your string.
400 or 550 frame?
Easiest way for me to leave feedback from my phone is to click the 'full site' option at the bottom of the page from the mobile site. It restores the desktop version.
Do you what you need to do and...
Something is off. Either the rest timing changed (football moved, cord stretched or slipped) or your harness may have settled and your cams could be out of time.
Have you tried a different rest?...
Will do. Just need to find cams for a good price now.
Yeah, I figured I'd have to put a couple of knots in them to get them fitted up (too long for twisting), then get a set made.
Thanks for the info 180.
I have a string set off of a centroid from when I tried it with those cams last year. I'll use that as a donor set.
Now to see if I can get some cams in the classy's. I...
Really interested in this conversion. What cams did you use for the 28.5" DL?
I like Buffalo Trace, too.
Really digging Breckenridge these days
I think the Energy limbs are shorter than the limbs on the XLR. Might be worth looking into.
Congrats to the winner and thanks for the chance at the bow Rodney.
Correct. That was my point. Only difference might be the way the grip is cut.
I've shot plenty of right handed bows left handed as it is usually the only way I get to try a new bow. Would it be my 1st choice to shoot that way for score or hunting? No, but ponder this, anyone...
Exactly. You have to take it for what it is and atleast he's doing something he enjoys with his time. He's not sitting there waiting to die like alot of aged people do.
While some of his designs...
Dang. Sounds like I missed a good show. lol
BTW, nice avatar Nick. Lmao
Guess you found a new use for Scotch tape. lol
Looks like a good pattern to work with too.
This, except I don't work for myself, but I'd keep busy doing something constructive in addition to the archery time.