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    A perfect balance of a "hanging-bow" is a...

    A perfect balance of a "hanging-bow" is a self-produced additional difficulty. Why? You have to hold the bow in the sweet-spot and the bow tries to leave the sweet spot in every direction. You cannot...
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    Dave is right, you can get 2-3 pounds with other...

    Dave is right, you can get 2-3 pounds with other limb-blocks. You can increase poundage swapping cams and mods (from large to small cam and small to large mod). But pay attention that you stay in...
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    I am missing one variable as a result in your...

    I am missing one variable as a result in your equation, the braceheight. Normally you get less BH and poundage when you use longer cables, you decrease the pre-tension of the limbs. On the opposite...
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    Thank you, I will give it a try. Why should it be...

    Thank you, I will give it a try. Why should it be easy...:wink:
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    I agree, I tune the bow to a solid wall by hand...

    I agree, I tune the bow to a solid wall by hand like bigHUN does, without creep tuning. I feel any changing or difference when both cams are touching the cables. Nevertheless I will try creep tuning....
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    When I have a long close look at the fixing of...

    When I have a long close look at the fixing of the bows, can I be sure that the cam-timing is still the same like pulling the bow by hand?
    I assume that the pressure on the grip is different by hand...
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    I have a 28" rod with 4 steel-weights at the...

    I have a 28" rod with 4 steel-weights at the front on my ABSOLUTE and a 29" on my DST40. I am trying out what is better: 10" or 12" single side-rod with tungsten weigths. The original steel weights...
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    Exactly - Thank you Dave :)

    Exactly - Thank you Dave :)
  9. The standard strand count is 24 for string and...

    The standard strand count is 24 for string and cables.
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    I use a large 44 mm TS-Archery scope with a 1/8"...

    I use a large 44 mm TS-Archery scope with a 1/8" clarifier. So I use a #9 index on my Axcel sight. And yes, I can see the cables. But during the aiming process I ignore it. Centering peep and scope...
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    Hm, the DST40 and the ABSOLUTE 38 are to...

    Hm, the DST40 and the ABSOLUTE 38 are to different bows, with a clear difference in shooting. Why? OK Archery has build in another geometry with the ABSOLUTE38. Berger-Holes, shelf and grip are...
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    A stiffer shaft is no problem for compounds -...

    A stiffer shaft is no problem for compounds - better to stiff than to weak. I have made a comparisson between weak and stiff shaft. Therefore I have build to arrows, 400 and 500 spine, same length,...
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    @Chap_5: bigHun and dave-madden hit all...

    @Chap_5:

    bigHun and dave-madden hit all points.
    Some additional info to you: I own an ABSOLUTE with 27.75" real DL, mid cam, 60% module (G) and 62.4#. I get 296 fps with a 360 grain arrow. I...
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    Thank you alot, I think, this will help to solve...

    Thank you alot, I think, this will help to solve the problem.

    Can I give it to my friend Chris (you know him :wink:) and ask him, if he can machine such a piece?

    All the best
    Elmar
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    Good advice if you want to shoot large fletches!...

    Good advice if you want to shoot large fletches! Ask Chris and order together with the bow. Or... shoot the Warp-Hunter fletches by MG-Outdoor (low profile, available up to 5.5").

    And no, I get no...
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    @Ninja of Kaos please measure the diameter of...

    @Ninja of Kaos

    please measure the diameter of the rubber for a comparison.
    I have looked at my DST40 at full-draw. There is no rubber-cable-touching, and I have to torque with power to get in...
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    To my opinion, a 65 gr point it much to...

    To my opinion, a 65 gr point it much to lightweight for finger-shooting. It may works, but I am shure, you will get better results with a heavier point. Andreas recommends a stiffer shaft with a...
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    Okay, let us start: For finger-shooting...

    Okay, let us start:


    For finger-shooting take the longest ATA you can get. A minimum to my opinion is 38", the 40" is perfect.
    The shoot-through-riser has no problems with potential flex of an...
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    I am member of Team AG - what do you want to know?

    I am member of Team AG - what do you want to know?
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    A good friend of mine, Andreas Gotthardt, shot...

    A good friend of mine, Andreas Gotthardt, shot this bow with fingers. It works definitly. The man has five World-Champion and European-Champion titles in IFAA Bowhunter-Compound-Class.
    On a 3D 560...
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    If you shoot the ABSOLUTE with two...

    If you shoot the ABSOLUTE with two string-stoppers, use the Bowjax Knuckle Savers. They are shorter than the original rubbers. Be carefull, the Knuckle Savers work only when you use two! If you use...
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    Shoot only on good days! - No, that's a joke! ...

    Shoot only on good days! - No, that's a joke!

    But it seems to be a mental game. What is a "good day" for you? How do you feel shooting on a good day?
    What I mean is, you know how to/are able to...
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    Spot Hogg Hooter Shooter Question

    Hello to all here.

    A friend of mine has a new Hooter Shooter by Spot Hogg at home. He has some difficulties to fix the bow constantly at the same position.
    After a shot, the bow moves in the...
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    Nice to hear - a friend of mine has damaged 8...

    Nice to hear - a friend of mine has damaged 8 arrows/nocks in one trainig session after changig his setup to this.

    Have fun.
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    Yep, 2.5" or 6 cm is right. I have done several...

    Yep, 2.5" or 6 cm is right. I have done several speed-comparisons with none leech and with leeches in 10 - 8 -6 cm. I have got the best speed at 6 cm from axle. I use two string-stoppers.
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    Hello bigHun. I have send you a mail. nsw

    Hello bigHun.

    I have send you a mail.

    nsw
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    Okay, here is my setup: 1.: Cam-Timing -...

    Okay, here is my setup:

    1.: Cam-Timing - simultanously, none first
    2.: Arrow placed center on string (center between the axles - this is done first)
    3.: Rest (Beiter Rest) as low as possible...
  28. Hello Ray. I will get the specs from...

    Hello Ray.

    I will get the specs from Main-Compound later on today. As I know, the technical drawings need a relaunch for better understanding, please give me a day and you will get the complete...
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    As cone1 said, the origin strings and cables are...

    As cone1 said, the origin strings and cables are from Germany, Main-Compound. He uses BCY 425X, 24 strands for strings and cables - very reliable.
    I have seen stress-tests, and the breaking point...
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    Take a look at BA Legend...

    Take a look at BA Legend, OK Archery distributor in the US.

    And yes, you are right, the OK Archery page is not up to date yet - we will update it in the next days. Sorry for that...

    All the...
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