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    Average shipping will not hurt bow limbs. The...

    Average shipping will not hurt bow limbs. The thing want to avoid at all costs is to lock a bow that's not boxed up inside a car or truck in direct sunlight.
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    Yes indeed. ^^^^

    Yes indeed. ^^^^
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    Hi-ya AUSSIE. How you been lately? I agree...

    Hi-ya AUSSIE. How you been lately?

    I agree with you on a couple of things here. First is the cost of medical treatment here in the USA.

    Second is the cost of designing a new bow. Things like...
  4. I install a piece of industrial velcro on the...

    I install a piece of industrial velcro on the limb then tie the timing cord around that. The velcro prevents any chafing of the finish and also keeps the cord stationary. Works very well and is easy...
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    It's all about the money and big racks. It's for...

    It's all about the money and big racks. It's for those reasons why I quit watching hunting shows.
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    That looks good, Rodney.

    That looks good, Rodney.
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    Regardless of arrow spine, it would behoove you...

    Regardless of arrow spine, it would behoove you to flex every arrow, every time before shooting them. It only takes a couple of seconds to do so. I flex all my arrows after pulling them from a...
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    Toughest all carbon arrows hands down are the PSE...

    Toughest all carbon arrows hands down are the PSE Radial X-Weaves. I've bounced them off of trees, off rocks, shot them through my garage, and everything in between. I give arrows hard way to go and...
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    Wish they made one in 50#. I may be interested in...

    Wish they made one in 50#. I may be interested in one if they did.
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    Are you having accuracy issues with the current...

    Are you having accuracy issues with the current cam lean? If not and the bow still tunes and shoots well, and/or nothing is rubbing, or you're not getting any string/cable wear, then leave it be.
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    No doubt it's nock pinch, as been stated. ...

    No doubt it's nock pinch, as been stated.

    Tied in nock sets are good if done properly. Once you have established your correct nock placement you can do a retie with a new loop if need be and not...
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    Solid limb stops for me. Every shot is the same...

    Solid limb stops for me. Every shot is the same because the stops are against the limbs.
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    Open the box and look for my hat. If no hat, the...

    Open the box and look for my hat. If no hat, the bow goes back. :)
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    A lot of Americans working at Toyota and Honda...

    A lot of Americans working at Toyota and Honda factories. Their pay checks, taxes, etc goes directly back to our economy.
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    Good one.

    Good one.
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    I wouldn't hold my breath on that one. Pete has...

    I wouldn't hold my breath on that one. Pete has posted more than once stating "Elite will stay out of the speed game".
  17. Without doubt a transferable warranty can be a...

    Without doubt a transferable warranty can be a huge plus for the consumer. That's a given.

    I can see how shop owners do not like it when a manufacturer deals directly with the the customer....
  18. Used to own a 80# High Country bow back in 1987....

    Used to own a 80# High Country bow back in 1987. It was crazy tough to draw even though I was in great physical condition, worked out, etc.
  19. OP, it would behoove you to do whatever is...

    OP, it would behoove you to do whatever is necessary and get a bow that is easy for you to draw. Whether it be sell your current bow and purchase another one, or purchase lower poundage limbs. You...
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    Agree with nsw. Ditch the tube. They used to be...

    Agree with nsw. Ditch the tube. They used to be somewhat needed with the old string material of years gone by. But now days with a high quality string set they are not needed at all. Only thing one...
  21. That certainly sounds challenging. I'll no doubt...

    That certainly sounds challenging. I'll no doubt try that before season begins. I've made some very good long shots in my days with rifles.
  22. Park, lets break this down one at a time here. ...

    Park, lets break this down one at a time here.

    1. The ATA on my last bow was 34 3/4". My xbow is 20.5".

    2. My vbow weighed just about the same by the time I added my preferred accessories. So...
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    That is spot on! And then there's the money...

    That is spot on!

    And then there's the money thing. So many folks [usually the common man] has lost their hunting grounds due to the money man coming in a leasing it. Whether it be Drury brothers...
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    Yeppers.
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    I understand what you are saying. Xbow hunting in...

    I understand what you are saying. Xbow hunting in this state is only a short one. I am disabled so I get to hunt with mine for 5 months or so.
  26. Hey Jeff. Yes I did move to a Xbow but I get...

    Hey Jeff. Yes I did move to a Xbow but I get none, nodda, zilch, satisfaction out of shooting it. I will most likely have to stick with it due to shoulder and arm pain, but I do miss my Vbow...
  27. Tinkered with the No Cam HTR yesterday...........

    Overall I like the bow okay. This one was a 70# turned down to 56#, according to the guy at the shop.

    Like the newer grip, the draw was smooth all the way back. The valley was practically non...
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    Shooting recurves from the mid 60's to 1980....

    Shooting recurves from the mid 60's to 1980. Compounds since then.

    Had to go to a X-bow this year due to a bad shoulder and a few other things. I get zero fun out of shooting a X-bow. Really miss...
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    This^^^^^

    This^^^^^
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    I don't worry about P&Y at all, nor what they...

    I don't worry about P&Y at all, nor what they say. Not into clubs one bit. They can make as many rules as they like and I won't lose any sleep about it.

    I own a xbow for one...
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