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  1. That metric to determine draw length can't really...

    That metric to determine draw length can't really be put to use unless the archer is in a classic T shooting posture. In the OPs pics, he has a high front shoulder, a lean back and he is leaning his...
  2. What size field points are you using? If your...

    What size field points are you using? If your field points are too large of diameter, the lip created can drag on targets and make it harder to pull from targets. That extra drag can cause you to...
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    If there is already a peep installed, you're...

    If there is already a peep installed, you're reasonably safe with that. However, if there's no peep installed, it's pretty risky to try and split the string with that while it's under tension. I get...
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    I wouldn't.

    I wouldn't.
  5. Thread: home shop

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    I prefer to stand when working and I like a...

    I prefer to stand when working and I like a taller bench to work on. That way I don't have to bend down, hunch or lean over to work on the bow. For me, the perfect height is where you can bend your...
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    Thanks for clearing that up. Many detractors of...

    Thanks for clearing that up. Many detractors of your products seem to think that you're unwilling to divulge what your materials are made from. Seems pretty clear to me. Dyneema is a trademarked...
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    The Hyperglide is in two pieces. You have to take...

    The Hyperglide is in two pieces. You have to take it apart to get the cables in the slide but to get the slide on the cable rod, you just slide it over the end of the rod. You'd be able to put the...
  8. I think that might be pretty close but you'll...

    I think that might be pretty close but you'll need to get your front shoulder down and stand up straight before you can really tell for sure. Slide your hips away from the target and tip your torso...
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    I think it'd be possible on that bow. It wouldn't...

    I think it'd be possible on that bow. It wouldn't be my first choice in how to get it on there but I do think because of the relatively short distance to the end of the rod, he'd be able to get the...
  10. Do you mean like a steel cable or a bow cable? I...

    Do you mean like a steel cable or a bow cable? I wouldn't use a steel cable but I've seen people with basically a little bowstring twisted up as their rest cord.
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    That completely depends on the model of the bow,...

    That completely depends on the model of the bow, the length of the cable rod, the amount of poundage on the bow, the tension on the cables, the type of slide, the angle of the cable rod, the distance...
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    It is the best that I'm aware of.

    It is the best that I'm aware of.
  13. I think you're confused at what the OPs problem...

    I think you're confused at what the OPs problem is or maybe just the physics involved.

    The OP was shooting Xcutters and had a sight tape made where it was dead on at 40 yards. They switched to...
  14. Read post #6. Now I can't be certain that the 22s...

    Read post #6. Now I can't be certain that the 22s are in fact lighter but if he kept the same arrow length, chances are that they are very close in weight if not lighter than the Xcutters. The...
  15. That's great and all except that the OP went from...

    That's great and all except that the OP went from a larger diameter arrow to a smaller diameter arrow. By your arguments he would have a higher POI, not a lower POI. You've both whiffed completely.
  16. I think you all missed the arrow diameter...

    I think you all missed the arrow diameter differences.

    Also, I did some quick math and his 22s may actually be lighter than his Xcutters. Xcutters are 7.8gr/inch, a nock bushing is 15.6gr and if...
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    2231294 Bear Anarchy and Killzone

    2231294

    Bear Anarchy and Killzone
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    Your best bet would be Ray Knight, Hogwire or...

    Your best bet would be Ray Knight, Hogwire or Tony219. They all make awesome threads.
  19. Xcutters have an outside diameter of .380" and...

    Xcutters have an outside diameter of .380" and the 22s have an outside diameter of .337". That's a difference of .043". That means that the 22s will sit lower on your rest in relation to your nock...
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    If your rest centershot is good and you don't...

    If your rest centershot is good and you don't have some crazy cam lean or form flaw, then no. You'll have to just live with it. Some bows have larger sight pictures than others. It won't take long...
  21. They are all rated just like compounds. Do a...

    They are all rated just like compounds. Do a google search and you'll find the specs on that bow. You also may get a lot more info if you ask your question in Crossbowtalk.com. Those guys would know...
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    By chance do you notice any squeak or creaking...

    By chance do you notice any squeak or creaking sounds when you draw the bow? My buddy was having a similar problem and he had a limb that was delaminating slowly. It started as a sound once in a...
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    I'm a big fan of Brownell Fury right now. IMO,...

    I'm a big fan of Brownell Fury right now. IMO, it's the best material on the market. It's very stable, does not fuzz, and makes the cleanest looking strings on the market without question. BCY X and...
  24. That's a good point. My biggest allocation to...

    That's a good point. My biggest allocation to build time is just sitting and waiting for threads to stretch. I don't have room to have multiple jigs so while I have couple made, I still use just the...
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    I've read that Fury is 100% SK90 Dyneema like...

    I've read that Fury is 100% SK90 Dyneema like 8190 however because of how they weave the material to make the strand, they have a smaller diameter with less stretch to it.
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    Search Agenda 7 in this thread and you'll find a...

    Search Agenda 7 in this thread and you'll find a bunch of posts about it. http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showthread.php?t=2194170
  27. I see this a lot from people who have a little...

    I see this a lot from people who have a little lean back when they shoot. This causes them to drop their bow arm to shoot the shorter distances and their anchor moves and everything goes downhill...
  28. Ray Knight is a Hoyt guru and will build you...

    Ray Knight is a Hoyt guru and will build you amazing strings. Ontarget7 will tune the bow to the 9s after you get your Ray Knight strings.
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    Yeah that's pretty par for the course from that...

    Yeah that's pretty par for the course from that company. Their stock strings look like that all the time. For a custom set to get out the door looking like that, especially considering what they...
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    Yikes!!! Hope you didn't get injured.

    Yikes!!! Hope you didn't get injured.
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