I'll do it for $10.
Type: Posts; User: SHPoet
I'll do it for $10.
Nock pliers. I haven't used a nock in years.
You got me wondering what you were talking about so I went looking. Found this.....
Is it what you are looking for?
Are they a Mathews dealer?
Third Hand makes a great ground stake. I love mine.
Awww, come on. Someone has to have a set they don't use any more....
We are seeing an uptick in well run JOAD programs and beginner and group lessons.
I think the future is good from an overall archery view.
I'm doing some experimentation and I need a set of long ILF limbs between 34# and 38#.
I would prefer a mid grade limb if I can find them.
I have some medium limbs and some heavier...
Elite will wait until the ATA show to announce. I wish more would do that.
Here's the pic.
"Over the 280fps mark, arrow flight can become erratic due to violent air disruptions caused by the broadhead in front of the fletching. So, super-tuning becomes critical at those speeds-and the...
Price on the limbs if you do split up the package?
And never forget..... He enabled the great Skip Caray phrase.... "Chopper to Chipper".
Nice! I need to find some orange and brown paint and a couple of stencils.
See what you did! Shame on you!
Well, you could foot them up to about 25".......
Thanks for all the info! I've got aome decisions to make now.
I use a single strip of hockey stick tape down the back of the grip when it is hot enough to make me sweet. It works for me.
Hmmmmmm. I assumed it was just delays getting them from overseas.
I have three sets of the "old" limbs so I'm set for a while.
What a bunch of racists you all are.
I am finding that the sun just EATS the straps on my game cameras. I have to replace them every year or so. I leave them out all year.
Anyone have any alternatives?
I shoot Easton. They are great arrows and made in the USA.
There are a lot of "I"s in your post. I think you are trying to control everything.
Have HER get in contact with XForcegirl out here and spend some time talking to Marcy.
I just turned 60. I shoot 34# for FITA. For barebow, I shoot 42#.
Any thoughts of splitting things up? I may be interested in the riser and weights, etc.
Yes. The SF+ is a great riser to start with.
Also, do you have to reach across the bow to get an arrow?
Anyone used one in the woods yet?