saw him at the mall
Type: Posts; User: jimb
saw him at the mall
Look up the bowjunky series that they did with Jack Wallace, has some good info on setting up Hoyt bows
little of both, but normally at full draw
I recently watched the Bowjunky series with Jack Wallace and it contains good information. People here probably won't like it because he set up the bow without the use of a draw board, how he wins...
the arrow will go through whatever you can hit, as long as your broadhead is sharp.
If I were him, I wouldn't return money. Last time I went to a theatre and didn't like the movie I never received a refund.
I try to not prejudge people for what they say on here. I would like to think that most people who post here and come across as buttheads are pretty decent people (but some are buttheads).
is Strother still in business?
Is Elite a publically traded company?
Mike Braden use to hang out on here quite a bit back in the old days.
where does martin get their limbs? Do they build in house or outsourse?
I'm with ya man, I don't want a bow that I have to be all screwy with the grip to get it to shoot right.
just watch the bowjunky series with Jack Wallace, he takes you through setting up his target bow.
If your fairly new to archery shoot what you have and continue to shop, eventually you will decide what direction you want to go.
IBO felt that people were using the higher powered binoculars to range the targets. A few years ago they got rid of the rule.
first person to speak up, is a Hoyt guy, thats funny
I ordered strings from one of the makers here and they have about a 25 degree twist when drawing, I have Mathews strings on another bow and their rock solid. go figure.
and to think that championships are being won with single cams, go figure
I agree, Elite does their dealers wrong by supplying parts directly to customers.
The Elite fan base spent so many years talking about the other manufactures, saying they didn't take care of customers and they bought all of their wins by buying the best shooters. Guess what,...
Because most people just want to shoot, lots of people will have form issues and bare shaft will be pointless for them. I seldom fool with bare shafts and the bow still shoots just fine. I think...
I would buy a bow from a box store, but pro shops don't work on my bows either. I'm the only person that works on my bows, if its not the way I like it then I know who to blame.
Here's an idea, California could stop voting for liberal democrats
because the string on a single cam is going to be closer to the riser on the top or bottom. But the axles are in the same place on the top and bottom. You may also see a slight difference with...
If leaning cams are a non-issue then a tiny little sleeve on a string should be a non-issue also, that seems only fair.
its reasonable to charge what they want and the buyer decides if they want to pay the price. Nothing is worth more than what someone will pay for it.
and its cheaper and easier to organize indoor events.
I saw the movie and it was good, I didn't know that he went through Seal training at age 30. Thats something special there.