Buy a hoyt!!!!!
Type: Posts; User: ballison90
Buy a hoyt!!!!!
Yes, Whalens Hooker, one of the nicest releases I have ever used, I can never decide which is my favorite, it or my Scott Longhorn.
I see he is...
I shoot Hoyt because they have always fit me. I like the grips and the cam selections. I also like that they are really tough. They also make some of the most competitive recurves IMO, so i shoot...
If I were going to shoot carbons it would be GT triple X, I personally shoot 2712's with 300 gn pin points full length
nock pinch or the serving is worn out. I have worn out serving before on my olympic recurve
lol im sorry, probably didnt realize it was you, my bad!!
good luck, im not going to brave the heat, im going to get the boat ready for winter
woah i was a little late on that introduction
Yep thats my roomate, I am Brandon, I shoot the black recurve. He is Joe, he shoots the white Hoyt bowhunter setup.
If I were in your shoes I would seriously consider having a 22" prestige short strung. Good luck finding a higher brace bow at that length, but the prestige is a great bow, I knew a guy in high...
bump because i know you
Scott Longhorn, Whalens Hooker
We need some specs, what is the ATA and brace height compared to what it is supposed to be. Are the cams in time? Is it actually making too much weight?
Scott Longhorn...nuff said
I can see him charging you, but to OVERCHARGE you is ludacris, buy the bow for your brother, and dont let him take it to that shop, EVER, and make sure he gives the shop a terrible review at every...
so pull 40 lbs if you have to
You have target panic. Blank bale..... A lot
Who attended? Who shot them, and what did you think of our shoot?
apparently you just suck a%^ at shooting, I have shot some of the best scores of my life with my Vantage Elite, quit stirring the pot.
I suppose they are good for decoration or a yardage stake, but as an arrow they are useless.
Yup, put a longer one in mine.
i bet the Hoyt exceeds its IBO.......
For bowhunter class I wouldnt worry too much, shoot what you got. Lots of guys are shooting exactly what they hunt with for a hunter class setup. As I mentioned earlier, I would try and switch to a...
if it makes you hold steady, dont bother. There is nothing wrong with a homemade stab, I had fender washers on one of my stab's for a while They worked well
it will be heavy at first, and may even worsen your sight picture for a few days till you get used to the weight, but once you get used to the weight it will get better.
Stabilizers arent rated in "power" it is just a way of explaining how they work, and how to compare a longer one to a shorter one.
It will vary greatly from shooter to shooter, some like lots of weight in front, some like very little. I would start with somewhere around a 12 oz b-stinger probably.