Type: Posts; User: norsemen
Cool....I wonder how many people are going to check on divorce proceedings, on a daily basis.
But then again, after thinking about it, you might want to check the serial number and see if it's been reported stolen. Not saying this to rain on your parade, but just to do the right thing.
this pretty much sums it up. What a find. Enjoy and welcome to AT
I've decided to shoot 3D with the same bow I hunt with, so, this one is for sale. Just a few months old and not shot a lot. Bow is in great shape and strings are in great shape. The strings are the...
I would imagine they have the mods, but wouldn't this be a good time to call the bow shop and ask them?
If your avatar is your wife, you have serious priority issues.
Your hooked now. Good shooting and welcome to AT. The time he spent with you was invaluable for you, and a good investment for his business success.
I feel your pain man. Keep up the good fight.
Yes, in my opinion, they are worth the extra cash.
Incorrect string and cable lengths
If you do not get someone to run the numbers through their program for you, I can tell you with 100% confidence, that those 340s will be just fine.
Go to a pro shop and take lessons. They usually only charge about $50.00, and even one lesson can make a world of difference. They will also answer all the questions you ask. Also, perhaps there's...
Here's a thought... The OPs been gone since yesterday morning. Perhaps more people could chime in, saying the same thing.
Wow....talk about needing a hug that day
I agree. By the way, that DNA of yours is no slouch either. That's also a great shooter
That looks just about perfect OP. No chance of nock pinch there.
Yes, you need at least a 340 spine. You may find out that 300s tune better. That's just the way it is. Now you want to slap arrows at 40 yards. Building the perfect arrow is a good start, but is not...
Just to name a few shops near you. Average Joes, Midwest Archery,Cabelas, Archery Country............none of these places are far from you
OK then, either vane will work just fine if the bow is tuned properly.
Short answer: Yes, due to the surface area that catches air. But I must ask you, are you having poor arrow flight after slapping on the broadheads?
Those aren't bad choices in music at all. But I like country as well.
What?????? With that title, I was expecting a pic of 5 arrows in the x-ring at 80 yards like everyone else. Nice bow, have fun.
You say no arrows were harmed, but if you keep shooting like that, there will be some damage. Good shootin'
Another thing you can do is go on to the trade section here on AT and see if anyone wants to swap their .019 pins for your .010 pins. They are very easy to remove and replace
the easiest and cheapest way is to very slightly, pull a smidge of fiber out of the pin, heat up the metal end of a bic lighter and quickly touch it on the fiber. It will enlarge your fiber end a tad...
This couldn't possibly have been a serious question if your basing your decision on the one answer you got, from a guy who has shot neither of these two arrows. Hang tight young man. There will more...