so any updates on this?
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so any updates on this?
as does Richard, since you're already in touch with him.
The strike is slower and longer TTT than the other bows. It all has to do with the geometry of the outboards. So I wouldn't really suggest it as an entry bow.
The AeroForce is a slightly better...
I would echo CNC's comment about holding out for a TC X-80 or TC-III.
With a little patience, you can find them for about $150 that will not need any major maintenance. These bows are not hard to...
Cold Weather, your problem was returning it to the factory. Should have sent it to Boar. You'd still be in love.
ahh..."all the bows I wanted"...
That's a nice thought.
sold pending funds
There are definitely some mix-match bows out there, but anything with a pre-87 serial would not naturally have ESC limbs. Are you sure they are composite? Most bows well into the late 90's only had...
Fuzzy pics make it difficult to be sure, but my guess is you're looking at a pre-87 H250. It appears to have I-cams and should have 50% letoff, but a fairly fixed draw length (not as adjustable as...
I'll drop to $45 TYD, but that's as low as I can go on this basically-new riser with plunger.
The H500's, H250's, TC's, Phantom's, and Screamers all have a similar style. It is only little differences (cams, limb tips, shelf width, etc.) that show the differences.
If you will take the...
I don't know this for sure, but would think you could switch to long strike outers to gain some length.
Anybody able to say "yea" or "nea" to this one?
+1 on heavier points. Oneidas like heavy...period.
LFM gave you great advice for figuring out what limbs/cams are on your bow. Once you know that, post it for us along with your desired draw...
check the modules that are in it. Depending on whether it is a medium or long will determine what modules you need for your desired draw length. Also, I set my nock a little high, similar to a...
like has been said, give a picture of you drawing the bow and you'll get all sorts of information.
Another way of getting lots of input is to tell us what specific outcome you are seeking. (ie....
Not bumping this thread (as there's absolutely no need), just letting everyone know it's still active.
NIB, these things are $65 +shipping.
Polaris is gone.
Sage is still up. Again, it is barely used, looks brand new, and comes with the limb bolts and a plunger.
$50tyd in the contiguous US.
PM me your phone # if you want pictures.
I have both a lefty Samick Sage and lefty Samick Polaris riser for sale.
They both come with plungers and the Polaris riser also has a stick-on flipper rest.
The Polaris has had less than 50...
PM sent. Offering both Sage and Polaris risers. And both are lefty.
I'll take it if it's not already gone.
I've seen a number of people use them, but they never seems to be able to give enough benefit to really catch on over the normal strip of felt.
so the answer to your question is "yes." there's still a good following for the Stealth.
the draw curve on a compound is all spiked toward the start. That's why they are bad on shoulders. You have to yank on it and then slam into the back wall because the letoff is so abrupt.
That looks great. Definitely something for your team to be proud of.
Who did your cables? The black/copper looks sick on that bow.
looks great. Will almost be a little sad to get it all together where we can't see how great each individual part looks. ;)
Welcome to the family.
We have some threads up already that answer questions on quieting these bows and rest and arrow preferences.
After perusing those, if you have any questions, please...
Many of us appreciate your input, GA.
Some of us have heard pieces of the stories of the past, but most of us have come into this too recently to know any of that firsthand.
That being said, we...
no, it's another guy on the forum, but I wish I had those mounts in the background.
I'm pretty sure that's a fishing arrow, so no fletches.