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  1. It's 1934 all over again...

    It's 1934 all over again...
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    Best to ask this in the Arrow & Strings forum on...

    Best to ask this in the Arrow & Strings forum on this site: http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/forumdisplay.php?f=97
  3. ALWAYS draw away from your face....

    ALWAYS draw away from your face....
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    Search function is our friend. Here's a very...

    Search function is our friend.

    Here's a very recent discussion on the topic: http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showthread.php?t=2424308&highlight=holding+steady
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    Pros: Very little to no torque added to the...

    Pros:
    Very little to no torque added to the string during the shot process
    Release hand can more easily be placed in a desired position without adding tension to the back end
    More durable then a...
  6. Very interesting read, Shogun. I'm going to have...

    Very interesting read, Shogun. I'm going to have to try this with my backup release to see which method produces the desired end result of being able to confidently draw, anchor, and execute with...
  7. Congratulations YankeeRebel!!!

    Congratulations YankeeRebel!!!
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    Padget, thanks, but no thanks. I shot without a...

    Padget, thanks, but no thanks. I shot without a click for several years, so know very well how that feels, but I much prefer to use one now with my current shot routine and set up. The click does...
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    Your draw length will get a bit longer, you will...

    Your draw length will get a bit longer, you will lose some speed due to the lower DW only, but the bow will perform the same. It really is a non-issue. Set the bow up for repeatability and comfort...
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    That's a very linear and narrow way of looking at...

    That's a very linear and narrow way of looking at it. Most natural progressions in nature are, in fact, curvilinear or spherical. And belief in science and philosophy does not mandate that one cannot...
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    Haha, great minds think alike. This will be my...

    Haha, great minds think alike. This will be my 2nd season using CX Nano XR 630s for field and Nano Pros 600s for FITA... Great little arrows!! :smile:
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    Being a non-peg user, When I get to anchor, if I...

    Being a non-peg user, When I get to anchor, if I have done everything correctly, my release clicks and I know it is positioned at a point that I can begin my aiming process without thinking anymore...
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    My reply copy and pasted from a very similar...

    My reply copy and pasted from a very similar question: I would strongly suggest that you purchase an arrow spine program, such as TAP, Archer's Advantage, OnTarget2, whichever...That way, if you're...
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    I would strongly suggest that you purchase an...

    I would strongly suggest that you purchase an arrow spine program, such as TAP, Archer's Advantage, OnTarget2, whichever...That way, if you're serious about target archery, you'll have the correct...
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    I just wonder how much more advanced those good...

    I just wonder how much more advanced those good ideas would be if not influenced by the imposed fear factor of their religious beliefs. As was mentioned earlier, without those issues based upon...
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    Mine are also probably set slower than most as I...

    Mine are also probably set slower than most as I also do not use a peg, but I do draw with near even pressure on my 3 fingers, so there is very little, if any, "safety slack". I set the device in my...
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    No worries, I was not as clear as I should have...

    No worries, I was not as clear as I should have been in my post--call it flu head. Anyway, I'm not a pro, just a very enthusiastic, hands on amateur trying to make it to the top of my game before...
  18. I'm bummed out!! :sad:

    I'm bummed out!! :sad:
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    Hehe....While religions are probably no longer...

    Hehe....While religions are probably no longer needed since most cultures have established non-secular legal and judicial systes in place in order to "keep the peace". However, if instantaneous...
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    Not really, you're making assumptions here. I...

    Not really, you're making assumptions here. I was thinking of the millions throughout human existence who have been killed in the name of one religion or another, not from a christian versus atheist...
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    Poll: I polled white/gold, but I actually "see" a light...

    I polled white/gold, but I actually "see" a light blue and gold---Probably because she's walking out of the shadows into the light.
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    I remain in the no scoring bull pen. While I...

    I remain in the no scoring bull pen. While I agree that while shooting it is probably impossible not to know, at least on a peripheral level, what your score is, the difference between being aware...
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    Yet another senseless death in the name of one's...

    Yet another senseless death in the name of one's god...
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    Tom...Sorry for taking so long to...

    Tom...Sorry for taking so long to respond--dealing with snow and a bad bout of the flu over the past couple of weeks.....Thanks for sharing that article; it was very informative and appreciated. You...
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    I think its use may be bow geometry dependent as...

    I think its use may be bow geometry dependent as I did not like it on my Alpha Elite, but it was a good learning experience and easy enough to remove.
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    I put these on both of my Hoyts and love it. ...

    I put these on both of my Hoyts and love it. Much less cable-induced torque with sufficient vane clearance (if shooting big feathers on larger arrows for indoors, may need to use a left helical if a...
  27. Thread: Pro form

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    Thanks, Mike for sharing your insights and...

    Thanks, Mike for sharing your insights and knowledge of the sport. :thumbs_up
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    I agree with the OP. I put the Z5s on my Alpha...

    I agree with the OP. I put the Z5s on my Alpha Elite and they turned a good bow into a great one. They are a huge step forward compared to the Fuel and RKT cams on that bow geometry.
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    I agree. The children are not mature enough to...

    I agree. The children are not mature enough to make this decision on their own, so the parents should be held to the general standard of what is in the best interest of the children and not what...
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    Here's a video of George Ryals building up the...

    Here's a video of George Ryals building up the grip wtih Sugru to change grip angle. He also describes briefly the rational for doing this. I used the Sugru on my PCE that has a lower grip...
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