Is 104 the new def. numbers?
Type: Posts; User: rick prather
Is 104 the new def. numbers?
For sure two shims. The thinner one goes cable slide side.
I don't know the sizes. Call Hoyt- or if you have access to shims...
Shim on opposite side of cam until limbs are parallel.
Back in the day a co-worker would go downtown to one of the men's shops and pay $15-20 more for white Levis instead of Walmart,Kmart,Target. Very same brand, same stitching, etc.
The only time I don't shoot is during deer season,,,,well,,,,a couple of arrows.
That is a cool and true saying. Had a great uncle that grew up during the depression and used to say "I'm as smart as anyone and never been inside a schoolhouse."
Draw length is too long. Your right arm is wrapped around too far and left shoulder and arm is extended too far toward the target. You probably miss regularly to the right.
Shorten by an inch and...
As long as your bow arm and shoulder are in good form and your head is upright for both release types, the loop is the obvious thing to lengthen.
Great pics Alan. the direction of the knots is exactly as I do them. When bow is drawn and hand is rotated to come to anchor, the proper orientation of the knots almost acts to tighten them.
Maybe it NEEDED advanced to bring it into spec.
IMO the melted ball should be facing away on the top and toward you on bottom, regardless left/right handed.
So from the time the arrow leaves the string and the fletch gets through the WB you drop the bow? Everything else is the same with either rest
Well, that is a lot of heat. The tubing I buy has no glue. I don't know the shrinking temp. I don't want to lead anyone astray.
Think of it this way--Any way heat is applied, enough to melt the...
What he said. Measure the brace height at both pound settings, that will tell you what to do.
I get the tubing at the hardware store.
I put the flame right on the tubing. but, don't hold it on there forever.
The nocks are on the serving, and the serving is stretched tight and ,of course,...
If you are asking what is the best color, it is a personal preference. Some like red because the other colors starburst, but some like green because the other color starburst. Blue is coming on...
Also read the instructions on the WB rest . They will tell you the cock vane should be up so the hen vanes straddle the black, stiffer whiskers.
The first thing to do, IMO, is blueprint the string and cables. They may be off.
Install the string set. The a2a and brace at that point should be close. Close is good enough.
If a2a happens to be...
I'd treat it as hard.
Stance is a little open, everything else is good. Just maybe, though, you could benefit from a little more thumb pressure on the grip. Just saying.
I saw that release today. I'm one of the 4 old men you were talking to on break at the BAC. Good luck with that. Rick
Try turning the bow weight down 1/4-1/2 turn. A very easy test.
Got any pics?
What I meant was that some bows cams are shimmed the same top and bottom and some are not. You didn't say your brand.
Send the question to the great "Kreskin" maybe he'll know.