Type: Posts; User: Dusty Britches
I'm glad I ran across this. I have both my father's and grandfather's Bear bows that they bought on the same day from the same shop. One is RH one is LH. I was thinking about setting them up but...
I write down all of the measurements and keep them in a pocketbook. Axel - Axel, top axel to center peep, top axel to center nock, brace height.
Also, mark the cams with the limbs to make sure...
Downforce is sold. Trophy Takers still available.
$35 for the TT.
2 Shaky hunters - one straight arm, one drop arm; 1 Mathews Down Force. Your pick - $40 or make reasonable offer. Shipped.
Sold. Thanks for playing.
This is a brand new bow that retails for $1100 in any pro shop. 55% off.
What Rolo said. Lots of variables. Your peep should not make you duck or tilt your head. Draw, close your eyes, anchor, look at the target. Your peep should be in that line.
I just went back...
Get your target bow now - indoor season starts soon and 3D season shortly after that.
I can get accomodate that - might be a week.
2013 model. Mathews Apex 7, Red smoke, 28 DL; 60 DW Never been shot - brand new and I think I still have the box it came in. $500 shipped.
Sign me up!! I can't wait to get this release in my hands!
This is a great bow, y'all! A friend of mine has hers set up 25" at 50 pounds with a 280 grain arrow and is getting 260 fps! Quite impressive for a short DL.
Is it sold or not?
I'm looking for an Apex 7 28" RH cam. Got anything like that?
Trade for a RH 28" A7 cam? in other words, do you have a RH 28" A7 cam to trade?
It is a 29 DL and 60 DW (29/60)
what's the DL?
sold. thanks for playing.
congrats! what an awesome feeling!
are you asking me to dissemble the bow and ship it? No, I will not.
Oh, I forgot to add, I shoot 50-75 arrows a day, after spending 10 hours at work, and up to an hour exercising my dogs while checking on cows and fences. My last shot is as good as my first shot. ...
I totally agree. However, I seem to recall Kailey Johnson saying that she shot 1000 arrows a day while in training in Chula Vista, but they trained 12-16 hours a day. Drill, break, drill, break.