Nice bow CJ.
Type: Posts; User: sagecreek
Nice bow CJ.
What does a level on the string look like at rest position?
I think people are buying muzzle loaders and guns atm.
Darn straight it is.
I don't think the SE4 break as bad.
I know the big wig at GT had to give it the thumbs up.
I'm glad Easton is a lot classier company than that.
With a resulting force vector that is a sum (hypotneuse) of said vectors. :plain:
Damn straight, it is.
I enjoy all archery technology debates!
Can't wait to see what they have come up with next.
Exactly. Not too classy.
It bothers me too.
Society is getting way too cool for me. :plain:
I agree. In our shop, Elite sold more this year and hardly moved any Mathews.
I'm thinking, if they do have zero torque, the only thing they have done besides Bowtech is shift the grip off center the opposite direction of the cables.
You guys do realize that if the cables are to the right of center, you can move the grip to the left of center and truely cancel out any torque don't you?
Even Bowtechs or anyones roller guard system has the same force vector from the cables pulling rearward.
Wow. Wish you lived closer.
To answer your other question, I personally wouldn't trade. But that is just me.
Every Elite I have ever owned has bearings in the cam. Never looked at the Hunter cams though.
You know Nick, I think you are on to something.
Great news. Sounds like they are doing something right.
Just trying to be nice.
Like I said before, if your pins line up with your string and arrow, it works. End of story. Anyone have real world experience with this yet?