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    Thanks... I'll take a close look at them. I've...

    Thanks... I'll take a close look at them. I've always liked "rear deploy" as opposed to "over the top" though.
    Maybe I'm wrong, but it seems to me that the "opening tabs" are more likely to "catch...
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    http://www.newarchery.com/products/fixed-blade/hel...

    http://www.newarchery.com/products/fixed-blade/hellrazor-10/ ??
    These new 1 1/8 fixed NAP HELLRAZORs look lethal... I think I just may see how they fly (compared to a practice tip) for me.
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    The Hoyt carbon bows are essentially metal tubing...

    The Hoyt carbon bows are essentially metal tubing dipped, right? (Based on cost etc., I just don't see many/any REAL benefits.)
    But that's just my opinion. Maybe someday though.
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    I wouldn't risk it. Not worth the risk on a...

    I wouldn't risk it. Not worth the risk on a marginal shot which happen to us all. Sure a perfect shot may not be an issue, but.....

    And to be blatantly honest: I wouldn't want to be pulling any...
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    Yes, I'm pretty sure this has been legitimized. ...

    Yes, I'm pretty sure this has been legitimized. (And to my knowledge, it certainly hasn't been refuted by anyone at Hoyt either.) The company that produces these "hybrid risers" is Italian (I...
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    "Made in America" tags mean very little. That...

    "Made in America" tags mean very little. That just means a percentage (of assembly no less), and of that you might be amazed.

    Now back to the "riser made in China" thing..... In order to fix the...
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    Should have added: I wish the top part was no...

    Should have added: I wish the top part was no larger than the bottom. One would think the device could be engineered differently so that it resembled (in size/form) a slim "MagLight."
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    @ Land Cruiser: The firefly only weighs a couple...

    @ Land Cruiser: The firefly only weighs a couple of ounces.

    The ONLY thing I don't like about the FireFly is that it only shows the wind from the point it is measured. I personally would love to...
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    Anyone use a "Firefly?" They work well IMO. And...

    Anyone use a "Firefly?" They work well IMO. And one battery lasts for years. ~ It's just not completely waterproof (I don't think), so don't leave it in the rain to get soaked....
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    Was very disappointed with my TZ1140. (Tenzing) ...

    Was very disappointed with my TZ1140. (Tenzing) Nicely constructed pack, but the zipper compartments were so small they were "ridiculous" unless you're slinging a day-pack full of makeup. LOL....
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    How about the glowpeep? glowpeep.com...

    How about the glowpeep? glowpeep.com
    Seems to me this would be very effective in low light, particularly during the last few moments of legal hunting.
  12. To add a twist to this thread: I've always liked...

    To add a twist to this thread: I've always liked the notion of a 3 blade mechanical head. (Because it cuts "on another plane.") As a matter of fact, 3 blade mechanical heads are all I've ever...
  13. @ bbrilmyer: Do you sling the Maxpedtiion pack...

    @ bbrilmyer: Do you sling the Maxpedtiion pack pack under or over the web's pack straps?
    (I would think that wearing it under, if possible makes the most sense from a tree climbing perspective...
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    The barbed thing got me thinking about...

    The barbed thing got me thinking about "pass-throughs."
    The heads that always left full pass-throughs (for me anyways shooting 70+ lbs.) were:

    Full Pass-Through blades:
    Rocky Mountain...
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    "The barbed thing." ~ I just don't get it. ...

    "The barbed thing." ~ I just don't get it. What is the underlying reason that so called "barbed" heads are not allowed in some states? Seems to me they significantly enhance "shot lethality." ...
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    ^^^ YES!!!!!!! VOTER ID!!!!! RNC may be...

    ^^^ YES!!!!!!! VOTER ID!!!!!

    RNC may be "missing the boat", but the lib dems are "on the whole" just plain crooked as all heck.....
    I'm sick of working hard to pay high taxes so that my earnings...
  17. Thread: Dog health

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    I'd give the dog a plate of cooked rice.

    I'd give the dog a plate of cooked rice.
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    Kind of curious as to how you can expect to shoot...

    Kind of curious as to how you can expect to shoot light arrows like that and not end up with durability issues. Also, how about sound? (Aren't the bows noticeably louder when shooting light arrows...
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    I wonder how they perform when they solidly hit a...

    I wonder how they perform when they solidly hit a rib bone on entry. Any feedback with experience on this?
    @HuntMaine: Nice deer!
  20. Thread: rock mods

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    Good question! I would think they would fit as...

    Good question! I would think they would fit as the cams & everything else except for the riser cutout pattern, the slider/roller and the plastic pockets are the same. (I'm pretty sure about this,...
  21. I don't know yet but from what I've learned thus...

    I don't know yet but from what I've learned thus far..... I doubt it. (Come September 2'nd, I'll have almost 2 weeks to figure it all out though.) I spoke with the manufacturer several months back...
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    The scary part of buying them like that is the...

    The scary part of buying them like that is the risk that they may be OLD STOCK being liquidated. That being said, I have a few 6+ years old magnetic ones that still light bright today! (But I don't...
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    I've had HORRENDOUS luck with all the brands I...

    I've had HORRENDOUS luck with all the brands I have tried, with the exception of the OLD magnetic ones. I don't know whether they've been bad batches, old stock, moisture causing contact corrosion,...
  24. If it works as well as I hope it does, I'll...

    If it works as well as I hope it does, I'll transition much of my hunting from saddle to web but not all. (I typically devote about 500 hours a season to bow hunting, so I'll hopefully have some...
  25. For starters..... 1.) Seems to me that since...

    For starters.....

    1.) Seems to me that since the Guido's Web takes the place of a pack, stowing gear is going to be an issue. What are you guys using for packing in gear? Shoulder duffle bag? ...
  26. GUIDO's WEB Tips and techniques thread ("THE GO-TO THREAD")

    Hey everyone; I'm the guy who started the "Climbing to 17+ ft. w/2 Muddy Sticks!!!" climbing technique thread last fall....

    Anyways, now I have a Guido's Web too. (So I'm going to have to spend...
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    Time to "shake & re-wake this thread!" Season's...

    Time to "shake & re-wake this thread!" Season's coming SOON!!!!!!!
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    Website states 20 grains. Not bad for an...

    Website states 20 grains. Not bad for an assembly containing a battery & switch..... (I can't remember what a regular nock ways, but it must be close to 10 grains or so, right?)
    My way of thinking...
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    I try to stay in decent health all year around,...

    I try to stay in decent health all year around, but the hunting thing really helps motivate me. Thinner, stronger, less sweating early season & easier to climb and stay on my legs for extended...
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    Very cool! My grandfather & grandmother used to...

    Very cool! My grandfather & grandmother used to find similar ones here in NH. (Or possibly they were "unearthed" in southern Ma.) Either way, they were uncovered while landscaping/gardening in...
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