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    You could check out the Carbon Rose Black OPS....

    You could check out the Carbon Rose Black OPS. All Black, Only purple on it is the string.
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    I've got 6 50-60# in stock right now. I also...

    I've got 6 50-60# in stock right now.
    I also have more LH bows (8 at the moment) in stock than most any shop in our area. 4 of these are Infinite Edge's
    Also should have a like new 40 - 50#...
  3. If the arrow can be stiffer and heavier at the...

    If the arrow can be stiffer and heavier at the front, isn't that what this is about?
    Read Widgeon's article. His results are explained very well.
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    From what I see in that picture, the damage looks...

    From what I see in that picture, the damage looks worse than what it really is. Get the limb seated properly, AtA and BH back to specs and you should be close to 60# if that's what the bow is.
    Your...
  5. Widgeon gives a pretty good explanation of what...

    Widgeon gives a pretty good explanation of what the dual spine is and how he figured it out.
    http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showthread.php?t=1726237&highlight=widgeon+dual+spine

    I shoot them and...
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    You gotta start somewhere, but most companies...

    You gotta start somewhere, but most companies will require a store front and legal zoning to do business with you. Some distributors will accept a separate building, garage, shed ETC.
    Also most...
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    Yes you're wrong. You damaged it (no matter what...

    Yes you're wrong. You damaged it (no matter what really happened) and even though it was an accident, you're responsible.
    $80.00 was fair.
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    The Infinite Edge is still our #1 selling bow. I...

    The Infinite Edge is still our #1 selling bow.
    I like the fuel a little more as it has a better (not rock solid) but better wall and binary cams.
    Also very easy to adjust modules, No press is...
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    Don't worry about it, Go shoot some fish.

    Don't worry about it,
    Go shoot some fish.
  10. Maybe way too many twists but I'd have to think...

    Maybe way too many twists but I'd have to think that the cable was ready to go anyway. Tear drops were the weakest link with the bows back then.
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    I'd say give it a try, just be careful you don't...

    I'd say give it a try, just be careful you don't cut your string while moving it.
    Trying this is a lot cheaper than buying arrows. Just be careful not to cut the string.
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    Ever so slightly. Do you anchor with the vane in...

    Ever so slightly. Do you anchor with the vane in the corner of your mouth?
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    I'd raise the peep. Just a little (even an 1/8")...

    I'd raise the peep. Just a little (even an 1/8") makes a big difference.
  14. Nothing to worry about, I've never seen a set not...

    Nothing to worry about, I've never seen a set not do that. A few twists in your string won't hurt a thing. Just remember DO NOT use any material other than Dacron for strings on a tear drop bow. Also...
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    Thought I'd add a couple pics of some of the...

    Thought I'd add a couple pics of some of the arrows I dipped & crested this morning

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    1st ones are CX blue streaks, second ones are...

    1st ones are CX blue streaks, second ones are aluminum legacys (for a recurve shooter) and the 3rd set Easton carbon one.
    All were custom dipped for customers in colors they choose.
    Most of the...
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    X 2 Most anyone can shoot a bow with the draw...

    X 2
    Most anyone can shoot a bow with the draw length being off by an inch or two. Just watch any group of shooters and you'll see some set too short and some set too long. Most have to have it...
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    A little different 1993256 dipped &...

    A little different
    1993256

    dipped & crested the old fashioned way.
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    On the wild side
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    They both are very good shooting bows. The price...

    They both are very good shooting bows. The price of the Knight is hard to beat.
    They both are very accurate, quiet, and the grip is the same exact width as any other BowTech and approx. 1/4" deeper....
  20. It's more about tuning and matching your arrow to...

    It's more about tuning and matching your arrow to your set-up, and then sometimes tweaking your set-up to match your arrow/broadhead choice.
    Over the years I haven't found many fixed blade...
  21. A bow that you shoot accurate at a weight you're...

    A bow that you shoot accurate at a weight you're comfortable with is what's most important.
  22. 55# for everything My age passed up my poundage...

    55# for everything
    My age passed up my poundage a few years back.
    Between shoulder & back surgeries I'm sure I'll drop more next year.
    27" 55# 3-D set-up 5gr/lb 307fps.
    Haven't chrono'd...
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    This is pretty interesting. ...

    This is pretty interesting.

    http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showthread.php?t=1726237&highlight=widgeon+dual+spine


    I've had real good results with CX dual spine arrows. A little pricy BUT good...
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    LIMBS TOO??? I think that's only cams, cable...

    LIMBS TOO???
    I think that's only cams, cable guards, Etc.
    I don't think a limb would hold up to 250 degrees if that's what it takes to apply Cerakote..
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    Bow limbs are cured by heat and a closed up car...

    Bow limbs are cured by heat and a closed up car can easily exceed those temps.

    http://www.beararcheryproducts.com/sites/all/themes/bear2013/manuals/2014/2014BearAdultBowManual.pdf

    Page 9
    Same...
  26. Just a thought but do you have your sight...

    Just a thought but do you have your sight extended out the same as before??
  27. Thread: Setscrew

    by bukfever2
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    Some bows have a double set screw so you may want...

    Some bows have a double set screw so you may want to check that.
    I have also had some bows come in that aren't tapped all the way to the bottom so the set screw stops just shy of actually holding...
  28. Seems those who end up having issues are mostly...

    Seems those who end up having issues are mostly trying to hold too steady. Holding steady seems to work for a short time but then most seem to end up where you are.
    Just stare at the spot you want...
  29. Thread: How far

    by bukfever2
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    Most deer are killed with-in 20 yards. Your...

    Most deer are killed with-in 20 yards.
    Your shots should be as far as you are confident shooting and also depends on the attitude of the deer when it comes in.
    A nervous deer is able to react...
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    3rd Year doing business with ProLine. Great...

    3rd Year doing business with ProLine.
    Great strings and great people to do business with.
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