In on a Monday morning. :)
Type: Posts; User: Skeeter 58
In on a Monday morning. :)
I don't buy that for one second.
It's common place for tree stand hunters to be up in their stands before daylight, and/or remain in their stands until after dark. That by no means precludes them...
In again for this fine Sunday morning. :)
Another try for a Saturday morning. :)
Bought several of them and they all went well for the most part.
With transferable warranties on some bows, its to my belief that's the best bang for the buck.
In again this morning. :)
3. Dual Yokes.
4. Split limbs.
I never disassemble any of my bows unless there is a reason to do so. Reason meaning things like ticking noises, etc.
In short, I don't fix things that's not broken. I leave that up to our...
Glad you got it fixed.
Prayer send from the Skeet in KY. May God bless this young man and his family.
Trying it again this fine morning. Thanks for the chance, Jerry.
Clariton D will dry you up. The stuff works great and can be had over the counter.
In again, Jerry.
Hey Justin. Just wondering if the limb pockets were dry when you took the bow down the the first time?
Oh, that dreadful clicking/ticking noise on the first draw. Man those things can drive a feller crazy.
Considering you've already greased the limb pockets well, here is just a few things I can...
Nice looking rig, man. Grats to you.
Me either. I've never lost a Blazer in all the years I've been using them. In fact, if I want to refletch, I cannot pull them off the arrow. They have to be cut off.
As long as you know how to properly fletch an arrow, you will have no problems with Blazers not sticking what so ever.
The one aspect that really makes Blazers shine is fletching...
I strongly disagree with your title of this thread.
I've never once wanted to pay as much as I have for a top of the line bow. I only do so because I've been the cheap route a few times and by...
I believe he is correct for the bow(s) he was using. I have no doubts about that.
However, with the energy and speed of bows today, and IMO, much of what he states is overkill and not necessary...
The one thing he will notice IF he shoots the bow down near it's lower poundage range is his DL will increase, thus his anchor point will change.
G5 bows are pretty darn solid. I used to own 2...
Hey Bobby, it sounds like you put it back together properly.
However, if I were in your situation I'd let the shop give it a good looking over just in case. The tune will most likely have to be...
Prayer send from the Skeet. Keep the faith my friend.
And had he been using a T-handle type release it would also make it easier to draw.
Either way the kid was waaaayyyy over-bowed.
I wonder if he got a big goose egg on his forehead? LOL.
It's still the best bang for the buck IMO.
However, if I had to do it over again, I would have spent the extra $100.00 and got the regular EZ Press.
Trying it again, Jerry!
In again. :)
Well it will be worth the wait considering you live in one awesome whitetail state.
Keep the faith and season will be here before you know it. The later the better actually. I'm eaten up this...
Indeed. Fall is not far away. As I type this, I hear white oak acorns hitting my roof.
Everyone needs a vacation esp if one lives or works in a city. I hope things works out well for you.
Now that's funny!::set1_rolf2::set1_rolf2: