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    Piling on… They work very well, stabilize the Summit climbers I use, and are well-made and durable. The bow holder also works well. I have not used a pull-up rope for my bow since I bought it. I...
  2. A guy butchering a buck at my club on Fri said...

    A guy butchering a buck at my club on Fri said when he shot it, it was chasing a doe. So it's probably starting a little early. Me, I've hunted 4 and a half days in a spot that was hot back in Aug,...
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    I may have just answered my own question: a...

    I may have just answered my own question: a discussion on the Elite FB page suggests about $950, and about $1250 for one with the nice anodized colors. Does that sound about right?
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    What are dealers charging for them? I've never...

    What are dealers charging for them? I've never owned a bow designed or tricked out specifically for target shooting, but have lately been thinking maybe this year I'd save up and get one.
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    Thanks for the update.

    Thanks for the update.
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    To try to move with your hand, or when there's a...

    To try to move with your hand, or when there's a bow on it? You should be able to put the bow limb in the bow holder and move it to an appropriate angle. If you can't it's too tight.
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    I use that with my wife last week. Sort of by way...

    I use that with my wife last week. Sort of by way of acknowledgment and apology.… We've subsequently got it back to good. At least in the marriage; my batting average is still .000 in my tree and I'm...
  8. Thanks everybody for the replies. I'm glad I...

    Thanks everybody for the replies. I'm glad I asked.
  9. Any experience with serving cables at the slide?

    I am researching options for a new string and cables, and one local fella who does a brisk business making custom strings was looking at my bow and suggested if I bought from him he would serve the...
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    I just looked at your bio data and I apologize,...

    I just looked at your bio data and I apologize, based on your experience you may know more about archery than I ever will. [emoji5]️ anyway at least you know what works for me
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    What Spine for 70 lbs. E35 29" draw

    You have lots of choices, research. As you probably realize, you can fine-tune your dynamic spine by experimenting with different point weights, Arrow lengths, or by dialing your draw weight up or...
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    S coils are popular, I have one too. All that...

    S coils are popular, I have one too. All that rubber does a very good job of absorbing excess vibrations and noise for a quieter shot. On the downside they are short and light so not much use as a...
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    Maybe the same people who designed their hats...

    Maybe the same people who designed their hats this year. Oh well. Home with a sick kid today, hoping I can hunt tomorrow, thinking about archery... EAF seems to work fine on the regular website, at...
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    OP, in my opinion go with 340, but you might be...

    OP, in my opinion go with 340, but you might be able to dial your DW down to get away with 400. My opinion is based on experience, but also on spine recommendations/readings on the OnTarget2 software...
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    Best accessories for a Parker bow?

    Custom string with leeches and tubeless peep, nice TR react sight, QAD drop away rest, limbsavers on the limbs and a modular stabilizer, which has made a big difference in my shot consistency on a 28...
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    The EAF and Tapatalk

    I have not been able to access a new message on the Elite Archery Forum via Tapatalk for quite a while. Does anyone here have insight as to why that might be the case?
    Not a big deal, just wondering...
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    This year is the first I've used the THA straps....

    This year is the first I've used the THA straps. They are great, I am a fan, I will be buying more when I get another climber. His bow holder also works as advertised, FWIW.
  18. Appalled. What a pathetic thing to do. Whether...

    Appalled. What a pathetic thing to do. Whether they get caught or not they will get what's coming to them eventually, you can't live life like that without consequences.
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    I have been shooting reacts since they came out....

    I have been shooting reacts since they came out. They've been great for me and the Pro sounds like it'd be an improvement. The polymer is durable and honestly hasn't been a problem but metal would...
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    For whatever it's worth, a few years ago I...

    For whatever it's worth, a few years ago I started hunting with guys in Pennsylvania who have permanent stands, some of which have wood stoves. I was incredulous, but I can tell you the deer will...
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    Almost directly under my stand 2-3 steps from...

    Almost directly under my stand 2-3 steps from base of the tree, so I guess under 4 yds. It was a hard, stupid shot to take and resulted in a marginal hit but it ended well at least. Tried the same...
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    [For Sale] P.m. sent

    P.m. sent
  23. I try to always go into the woods prepared to...

    I try to always go into the woods prepared to survive an overnight if I had to in an emergency. But nothing is foolproof. What contributes to fear, is when essential items don't work or aren't there...
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    Finally up a tree, first time this year just for...

    Finally up a tree, first time this year just for a 2 hr sit. No deer but it sure feels nice.
    Skeeters, however, are thick. Therma cell crankin. Better put the phone away it's the witching hour. :-)
  25. I drop in now and again and yes, it's been quiet...

    I drop in now and again and yes, it's been quiet here. I hope the reason is that the Parker-shooting folks are all out hunting instead of staring at a computer. If I drop one with my Ambusher I'll...
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    iphone 6 and hunting

    NWTF has a neat app. Just beware about the turkey call sounds on it, which are cool and a good way to learn calling. They're not really designed to be used as calls, but in states where electronic...
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    Ha!! My wife could relate. If it's not archery,...

    Ha!! My wife could relate. If it's not archery, it's hunting. If it's not hunting, it's fly fishing.it's not that, it's a forum. Or planning a trip. Or stripers are blitzing in the surf. I haven't...
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    14708 Mount Olive Road , Centreville , Virginia

    14708 Mount Olive Road , Centreville , Virginia
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    Northern Virginians: 3-D shoot today

    I should have done this weeks ago, but if you're in nova and have any free time today, come on out to Izaak Walton League's nice Cub Run archers facility in Centerville, Virginia for their annual...
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    Good for you for offering to help him out. The...

    Good for you for offering to help him out. The others are correct, of course, he needs to be a proficient shot. You can deliver hard news in a nice way and still offer to help him get there, but...
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