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    I think they are great arrows for beginning...

    I think they are great arrows for beginning archers. I use them in my classes.
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    Punch them out of reflective tape found at your...

    Punch them out of reflective tape found at your local auto parts store. To punch out dots, you can use the base of an old drill bit. For circles, I use empty brass cartridge cases of whatever size...
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    I also agree you probably should replace your...

    I also agree you probably should replace your string. Here are a couple of my favorite ways to tie in a peep (courtesy of Specialty Archery): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MJxw7anGGbM
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    For what its worth, here is some data on vanes vs...

    For what its worth, here is some data on vanes vs feathers from Trueflight Feathers. Keep in mind, this is from a company promoting its feathers: http://www.trueflightfeathers.com/facts.htm

    When...
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    From what you are describing, it sounds like you...

    From what you are describing, it sounds like you have a 48" axle to axle bow since the limb length is the same as my ProVantage. My ProVantage has Medalist limbs with Pro Wheels. What I am not sure...
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    Another couple of questions. Are the wheels...

    Another couple of questions. Are the wheels round and what is their diameter? What is the length of the limbs? You may have already answered this, but does the bottom limb have a sticker with draw...
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    Do you know what limbs and wheels are on the bow?...

    Do you know what limbs and wheels are on the bow? I have an old chart that might be of some help, but first have to identify the model and wheels or cams.
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    Beiter has a series of slow motion videos...

    Beiter has a series of slow motion videos featuring their Centralizer stabilizers: http://www.wernerbeiter.com/en/informations/videoclips.php
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    Agree with grantmac. For field and target, 29mm...

    Agree with grantmac. For field and target, 29mm is a popular size. In comparison to 3-D, where you want a bigger scope to be able to see the animal, for field you just need a scope big enough to...
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    Here are some ideas: ...

    Here are some ideas: http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showthread.php?t=2198836&highlight=target+stand
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    Take a look at this for some information about...

    Take a look at this for some information about feathers vs vanes: http://www.trueflightfeathers.com/facts.htm
  12. Sent you a PM with some suggestions.

    Sent you a PM with some suggestions.
  13. Where in Ohio do you live? Knowing that, we...

    Where in Ohio do you live? Knowing that, we might be able to point you to a coach.
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    I also would not recommend 23 size arrows for...

    I also would not recommend 23 size arrows for outdoor target or field. For outdoor target typically shot on open, flat target ranges, wind becomes an issue with large diameter arrows. Also to...
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    I am assuming you are looking at a movable sight?...

    I am assuming you are looking at a movable sight? Based on my experience with Sure Locs over the years, I would recommend you take a look at the Axcel Achieve sight. I would rate it much higher...
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    I would say good idea, but you will have to care...

    I would say good idea, but you will have to care for them more than vanes. When I shot 3-D, I always shot 2-inch feathers, mainly to get my overall arrow weight down. They worked great, the only...
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    I will add another story about my rotator cuff...

    I will add another story about my rotator cuff surgery. I had a 90% rotator cuff tear and a SLAP tear. After surgery, I started PT after 6 weeks and the Dr. would not release me to shoot for 6...
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    If you are looking for books, one that I would...

    If you are looking for books, one that I would recommend is "Core Archery" by Larry Wise. Larry is a highly regarded national coach and a long time bowhunter.
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    [For Sale] What is the draw length range?

    What is the draw length range?
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    Saunders NPV, Flex Bond, or Bohning Platinum. ...

    Saunders NPV, Flex Bond, or Bohning Platinum. Never had a problem with using any of these with feathers.
  21. Might also try Feather Vision: ...

    Might also try Feather Vision: http://www.feathervision.com/
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    Gold Tip series 22 is a good choice.

    Gold Tip series 22 is a good choice.
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    I think you are on the right track. I used to...

    I think you are on the right track. I used to shoot a clicker on a compound and occasionally had my problems in getting it to click. The only thing that worked for me was a mental drill. During...
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    Refer to pages 51-52 of the NFAA constitution for...

    Refer to pages 51-52 of the NFAA constitution for the yardages of field and hunter rounds:

    https://www.nfaausa.com/wp-content/uploads/2015-2016-Constitution.pdf
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    Yes, it is an issue with feathers. Don't get...

    Yes, it is an issue with feathers. Don't get them wet or in the rain. They will completely lose their shape and lie flat against the shaft. There are several waterproofing products on the market. ...
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    About the only options I know of are to 1.) try...

    About the only options I know of are to 1.) try out a friend's bow of the type you are looking for, 2.) go to a shop that will let you try before buy. In Option 2, there are not too many archery...
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    I think a low bow shoulder could also be...

    I think a low bow shoulder could also be described as a shoulder that is not high or elevated above the other shoulder. As they say, a picture is worth a thousand words, take a look at this video by...
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    Generally you need to be a member of either NFAA...

    Generally you need to be a member of either NFAA or USA Archery to participate in their tournaments. I believe both organizations have reciprocity agreements with their tournaments. For national...
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    I have found feathers easier to fletch and adhere...

    I have found feathers easier to fletch and adhere than vanes. Just do the normal wipe down and cleaning with 91% alcohol or acetone.
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    I would not recommend "pushing" the bow arm to...

    I would not recommend "pushing" the bow arm to the target either. By actively pushing, you are using muscle activity that may not be able to be repeated. As has been said, you want good solid...
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