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  1. You Canucks have some sense of humor...LOL!!

    You Canucks have some sense of humor...LOL!!
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    In my book, it is still much cheaper to replace a...

    In my book, it is still much cheaper to replace a pin and a nock than to have to replace a cracked arrow--now that's spendy!!!
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    It is generally not wise to think of various...

    It is generally not wise to think of various tournaments as either "big" or "small". Regardless of the venue, you're going to want your daughter to go into it with the attitude that it is just...
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    With a 27.5" DL, she can shoot just about any bow...

    With a 27.5" DL, she can shoot just about any bow manufactured...why limit her to only "ladies bows"?
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    This ruling on sky drawing was not to prohibit...

    This ruling on sky drawing was not to prohibit drawing high on or just above the target to set the shoulders, but to prevent people from doing this:

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  6. You can lead a horse to water..... Sometimes you...

    You can lead a horse to water..... Sometimes you just have to take a deep breath, step back and allow the person skin their knees a little and learn the lesson on their own.
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    I have red, orange, yellow, and black on a black...

    I have red, orange, yellow, and black on a black out Hoyt PCE... Love the colors!!

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    The main WA link is:...

    The main WA link is: http://www.worldarchery.org/NEWS/ArtMID/10591/ArticleID/4872 Just scroll down to sight shroud. I do not know where it is listed in the books in following years, but there has...
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    I agree. It is one of those crazy rules that...

    I agree. It is one of those crazy rules that does not make sense because of other methods of blocking the vision of one eye still being allowed. I would not doubt; however, that a protest could...
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    That is very true, but for those of us who...

    That is very true, but for those of us who venture beyond the boundaries of our local shooting areas or compete under more than one governing body, knowledge of the myriad of rulings is a tedious...
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    No, it is not just a regional thing. NFAA does...

    No, it is not just a regional thing. NFAA does allow these appliances if it is used in such a manner that it would not permit more than 5 sight references in the bowhunter classes (2010 ruling)...
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    Just noticed my prior link was broken. This is...

    Just noticed my prior link was broken. This is true for all sanctioned FITA (World Archery) competitions.

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    Of note, products like the Double Vision Blocker...

    Of note, products like the Double Vision Blocker have been banned at all sanctioned WA events citing an inability to see the full shooting field.
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    Yeah, for a very short time. I found ACEs to be...

    Yeah, for a very short time. I found ACEs to be so fragile against hits that it was better to give them as much protection from the rear as possible, so I only used pins in them. Haven't shot ACEs...
  15. I'm running low on PI, know of anyone that can...

    I'm running low on PI, know of anyone that can hook me up??
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    Good point. If you use a micro-adjustable rest,...

    Good point. If you use a micro-adjustable rest, you can place your nocking point at say 1/8" high (for target), set your d-loop and adjust the elevation of your rest to find the sweet spot during...
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    You have to ask??? ...

    You have to ask???

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N7mTOBqgOD0
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    Yes. Not something I'd play with if the bow had...

    Yes. Not something I'd play with if the bow had solid limbs though...
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    Also you can tinker with limb deflections if...

    Also you can tinker with limb deflections if you'd prefer to keep stock harness lengths; has the same effect with easier tuning. I'm currently holding 16.4# with a DW at 40# running spirals on my...
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    I agree with this. My former VE did not hold...

    I agree with this. My former VE did not hold nearly as well as my current PCE, but tuning the PCE was a very interesting experience, until I learned the secret handshake...lol!!!
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    That may be, but I personally know of no NFAA or...

    That may be, but I personally know of no NFAA or WA shooters using this glass. He may have a good product, but it has not yet been proven in the mainstream of target archery.
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    Speed has very little to do with indoor spot...

    Speed has very little to do with indoor spot shooting. If you're accurate with your Katera, shoot it in the league--you may want to play with your arrows a little to get the most forgiving set up...
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    I would never recommend that a newbie do this. ...

    I would never recommend that a newbie do this. It's a great way to derail the bow if you're not very sure about what you're doing....
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    Oof, guess I really didn't just purchase a new...

    Oof, guess I really didn't just purchase a new binary Bowtech for our wounded warrior program....I must have mistaken the cams on the bow for dualies....haha!! That guy is totally misinformed!!
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    I'm shooting the 22s cut 27 7/8" carbon to carbon...

    I'm shooting the 22s cut 27 7/8" carbon to carbon with 145gr up front. My DL is 27.5" and current DW is 40#. Thinking of putting another 5-10gr in the nose just for a tad more forgiveness--shoots a...
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    Not really, but if they pay as much attention to...

    Not really, but if they pay as much attention to their lens manufacturing process as they do their website, I'd reason they really cannot compare to the Black Eagle or Feather Visions offerings in...
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    This is a nearly 10 year-old target bow belonging...

    This is a nearly 10 year-old target bow belonging to a 2nd owner....why would you think Hoyt is going to do anything? It is very unfortunate, but over time bows, just like any other mechanical...
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    I have used both for indoors and currently shoot...

    I have used both for indoors and currently shoot the UL22 Pros. I just could not get the CXLs to shoot as well out of my low DW bow (40#). I have also used the 22s for field competitions with...
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    Here's one of many past good discussions on this...

    Here's one of many past good discussions on this subject: http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showthread.php?t=830110&highlight=split+versus+solid+limbs
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    Sorry to see that BeeS, I know you enjoyed...

    Sorry to see that BeeS, I know you enjoyed shooting that ol' girl....
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