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    This is very typical. Because of the way...

    This is very typical. Because of the way different releases fit in your hand, your anchor point on your face will usually change. Also, the configuration of the release hook in relation to your...
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    I do the same as erdman41. I have a drawer full...

    I do the same as erdman41. I have a drawer full of various caliber brass cases and use a Lee chamfering tool to sharpen the case mouths. Using these, I can punch out about any size I want.
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    If you are shooting a standard field round (or...

    If you are shooting a standard field round (or any other outdoor round with varying yardages), you would want to use a multi-pin sight to cover the spread of yardages in the round. For a field round...
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    You can have up to 5 fixed pins if you want to...

    You can have up to 5 fixed pins if you want to use a multi-pin sight.
  5. Good suggestion, thwackaddict. Here is a video...

    Good suggestion, thwackaddict. Here is a video that describes the process: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lH3CdQtiCv0
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    Yes, they are designed to be totally removed from...

    Yes, they are designed to be totally removed from the bushing.
  7. Thread: Stabilizers

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    I do! :)

    I do! :)
  8. No, you can't straighten carbon shafts (at least...

    No, you can't straighten carbon shafts (at least I have never found a way to do it). However, take a look at this Gold Tip video, it gives some good information about cutting shafts to get the best...
  9. PK, I have never made a dacron string, but...

    PK,

    I have never made a dacron string, but maybe the information from a similar question in the below thread will help you:
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    Here is a good place to start: ...

    Here is a good place to start: http://www.huntersfriend.com/carbon_arrows/hunting_arrows_selection_guide_chapter_1.htm
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    I also use string material to tie a peep in, I...

    I also use string material to tie a peep in, I keep a spool of old B50 just for that purpose. Any other string material should work well also.
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    I asked that same question to Chris and Bob from...

    I asked that same question to Chris and Bob from BCY several years ago. They said stick with Dacron, which is B55 from BCY.
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    Might want to post this question in the...

    Might want to post this question in the Traditional and DIY sections to get more replies.
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    I second the above post about how fragile CXLs...

    I second the above post about how fragile CXLs are. My experience is that they will not take much of an impact from another arrow. If you are shooting them at a 5-spot, no problem. If shooting...
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    I think you are correct, paper tuning with...

    I think you are correct, paper tuning with fingers can be a waste of time. When I shot fingers I learned to rely more on bare shaft tuning. There is too much side-to-side motion with a finger...
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    To N&B: Is the stainless steel dowel tapped on...

    To N&B:

    Is the stainless steel dowel tapped on the end to accept a 1/4-20 bolt or stud? Does it need to be ordered from McMaster or can it be found locally?
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    Check this method of spine indexing from...

    Check this method of spine indexing from professional archers Dan McCarthy and Gary Studt: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lH3CdQtiCv0
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    I have never shot those arrows, but I think the...

    I have never shot those arrows, but I think the answer is you will have to try different point weights and see which groups best with your bow. Those arrows are so stiff that I don't think 50 grains...
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    Contact Tim or Sandi Scronce at Barefoot Archery,...

    Contact Tim or Sandi Scronce at Barefoot Archery, http://www.barefootarchery.com/, 704-527-1110.
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    If you are a DIY kind of person, here is a great...

    If you are a DIY kind of person, here is a great thread to get you going from the DIY Forum: http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showthread.php?t=2062893

    Do a search in the Arrows and Strings forum for...
  21. Request to Supra owners, bow mass weight

    I have a request for Supra owners. Can you tell me what the actual mass weight of your bow is, bare bow, no accessories. The PSE spec is 4.5 lb. but I would like to know the actual weight before I...
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    I have also tried the Gateway powder and didn't...

    I have also tried the Gateway powder and didn't have much luck. That is why I use vanes for outdoor shooting.
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    Here is another good one: ...

    Here is another good one: http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showthread.php?t=1356672&highlight=yoke
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    Yes, archers get tennis elbow also. I had a bout...

    Yes, archers get tennis elbow also. I had a bout of it several years ago. I would suggest going to be competent orthopedic doctor and let him make the diagnosis. Tennis elbow is usually treated...
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    You probably will because the Beman carbons will...

    You probably will because the Beman carbons will be much lighter that the FMJ. Because of the difference in arrow weight, the trajectory will be different.
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    Easton still lists them on their web site. ...

    Easton still lists them on their web site. Lancaster Archery is still selling them: http://www.lancasterarchery.com/easton-lightspeed-arrow-shaft.html

    In addition to the regular Lightspeed,...
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    I think you are correct. I just checked the Easton web site and xx78's are not listed. Lancaster has some on clearance, but it appears they are getting rid of their remaining stock.
  28. I have a bunch of older XX78 2312s that I picked...

    I have a bunch of older XX78 2312s that I picked up cheaply when the newer digital camo models came out. I shoot them for indoor and can't tell the difference between them and X7s.
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    I would also highly recommend the TruBall Sweet...

    I would also highly recommend the TruBall Sweet Spot. I used one of these when learning to shoot a hinge and for even a couple years after in competition. Carter also has several models with a...
  30. FF187. For durability, go with Flex Fletch.

    FF187. For durability, go with Flex Fletch.
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