Type: Posts; User: jimb
Maxcam only goes down to 28 inches, you would need a minimax to get down to 26ish. Strings are different for the two. Let off will go from 80 percent to 65 percent and you will lose 5 pounds on the...
no, minimax is different strings
Poduim costs a lot more
Hoyt is a hybrid, as much a single cam as it is a dual cam
aren't OK bows dual cams, does Martin still make a dual cam shoot through
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Hyundai Equus starting at 61500
Didn't pay that for my bow.
Should try it out west with the wind blowing at 35mph. Gets a little tricky.
can buy what you want, won't make you shoot any better
All of the 899's are good enough to win, lucky dog gives them one last chance.
Anyone been around long enough to know when and why they put in the lucky dog rule?
he didn't make the shoot down along with a couple hundred other shooters
I need it long enough that I can rest it on the ground like a cane.
it really hurts Reo's shooting
how long are your stabilizers
good for bowtech, two thumbs up
go down to the brand specific forums, go to PSE forum, there is a sticky in the PSE section on tuning Hybrid cam systems. Lots of information.
with arrow technology today you can shoot 50 pounds and good speed just like the guys shooting 70 pounds. You won't get that speed from triple x's but you can get speed. Look at like Cara Kellys...
third hand also sells the covers for the do it yourself target boxes.
I just bought a third hand bag, it has Velcro on top to seal it up and that alone to me puts it ahead of the others. If you shoot out all of the aiming spots he will warranty the bag. Normally a...
haven't looked but I would say they are cable stops just like all the other AVS systems that they sell
If your shooting good with the Stan, don't fix what ain't broken.
I wonder how many people are looking for that perfect tune to compensate for their imperfect shooting.
some more advice, know your shooting ability, if 200 to 210 is competitive then try to limit your number of 8's. If you can only make a good shot on a 12 out to 28 yards then shoot at center 10 on...
we are talking about Federation shoots, yes you can be competitive with about anything as long as its in good working order. Lots of really good shooters only shoot a lens in the 2 to 3 power. ...
no they don't, not all of them, I may be able to pick up on arrows or holes on a target but I don't see rings on targets over 30 or so yards.
probably no better than 20 or so other manufactures, but if you like it and it fits you, then you will probably shoot it better than the others.
Young man taking it to the old guard, good shooting
no they don't change that much from year to year, people want new models and they build them and the price drops way out on last year models.