You wear them.
Type: Posts; User: duckdawg1
You wear them.
Harvest brown if your not familiar with Hoyt's.
Some type of stool is a must. Sweat rag and shade. Last year was hot. Be prepared for long waits on targets. Other than that, have a great time. If you haven't got a room yet, the best western plus...
Then shot for a few hours
You can run the top cam a little advanced but I would start out dead even and tune from there. Since its your first Hoyt, mess with it and find your best result.
You would need the #1.2 rkt cam for that model to achive 25" DL. Also I think you would need a 64 deflection pro arc notch limb for 50#.
Upper on weds. And lower today. Week 5 and starting to see and feel a change.
Looks like deer camp is full of healthy foods and diet beer. Great job guys. Way to get it done.
If you go to your dealer, he should be able to order a set. They are hard to find elsewhere.
You have to get them from your dealer. They are called "limb shox." They took the place of the old alpha shox. Standard on the Chargers.
Shot for an hour then got busy
I think your s o l. I would just touch it up with some flat black paint and a q tip or live with it. Good luck
Looks like fun!
Going back and forth between large dot and pin. Feeling a little more comfortable with the pin but keeping the mind open to change. Getting a few more flyers with the dot
Great shooting. Haven't gone through the whole thread but are you shooting a dot or pin?
I was using a 6x lens with a yellow clarifier and the pin would dim out. The sight picture was great and the pin was clear but would dim out. Switched to a 5x and no clarifier but small appature and...
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Surfing. Nothing like sitting out on a board watching for your next set to roll in.
I would say you will be fine shooting most mechanicals. Maybe a little light for the larger 1 3/4"-2" heads but fine for 1 1/4"-1 1/2".
Squat, DL, PC