Those do look good.
Type: Posts; User: highwaynorth
Those do look good.
Yeah, then put the dry fired bow back on the rack to sell. I'm sure that good dealer will put a little sticker on it
to let everybody know it had been previously dry fired.
You said the release misfired. When a release misfires it doesn't fly across the room. Your buddy let go of the release.
If you can't maintain control of the bow, it's your fault. Maybe your buddy...
Yeah it's usually the same names on every bowtech thread. I guess as long as my bowtechs
Keep shooting good for me, I'll keep shooting them. I don't really worry too much about problems...
Not that far. Height wasn't part of the bet, only a number of steps.
Over the years I have grown to hate screw in steps. It's a lot easier to put on 4 lone wolf
sticks than it is to screw in 15...
I'll take you up on that bet. I use climbing sticks alot and you aren't going to put 4 sticks on a tree
and be up 20' faster than I can put in 4 steps.
I hope they don't ever put one in Iowa. I don't really feel like giving the state 7% of the cost of
They must have changed the rules. I know years ago they had an 8X limit.
That's why it's important to get your form figured out before you start worrying about Paper tuning ,walk back tuning,
bare shaft tuning, tiller tuning, creep tuning.
My guess is leaning towards no.
Yes, shooting from the saddle is easy. I felt I was steadier shooting from a saddle than from a platform. They also feel
more comfortable sitting in them for 5 minutes versus 5 hours lol. The thing...
The one thing putting more wraps on the bottom does is that it puts more downward force on the arrow.
People that shoot blade rests do this to help keep the arrow on the rest.
Tony 219er had a nice tutorial on how he ties in his nock sets. They look nice and clean.
I view the cost of weights for stabilizers like ink for printers. They sell you the stabilizers for a reasonable
amount, then rape you on the cost of the weights.
I have used a Tree Saddle. My findings with it are just the opposite of yours.
Just use a dull utility knife.
How is your arrow flight? If is good you can leave it alone. If not, shooting through paper can tell
you what your arrow is doing. You want to achieve both good arrow flight and accuracy, especially...
I think the TV hunters don't get a pass through because they shoot low draw weights with light arrows and large
cut heads. I shoot 2" Rocket Hammer heads out of my Invasion @ 28" draw, 68 lbs with a...
In, towards the riser.
I would be surprised if the cpxl is even in the line up next year. It's seems like most models only last about
2 years. I wish all of their bows had grips like the specialist has.
The Rocket Sidewinder for your bow specs.
Some people need to be realistic on the price they put on stuff also. Your not going to get $50 less
than the price of new just because you say it has only been shot 50 times.
What has failed about the Bowtech Carbon riser bows? I haven't seen anything.
How does the Bow react in your hand at the shot. Does it stay
Straight to the target or does it Want to twist left or right?
Do you guys that aren't having any luck getting the upgrade to fit have newer Bitz's or older ones, say
10+ yrs or more? I thought about trying the upgrade, but I am having second thoughts after...
The limb driver cord is loose at full draw. The cord effects nothing.
Tying the cord on the Limb Driver to the cable doesn't effect timing at all.
Looks like it might be time to invest in a good bow press. Then you don't need to rely on somebody
that just wants to take your money and get you out the door as soon as they can.
I've used the G5 Meta peeps since they came out. I've never had a problem.Most anything will work if it
doesn't have sharp edges.
Trapper. go to the Mathews forum on the Mathews web site and go to the FAQ section and click on the
Vince Tuning method. I think you will find some very helpful information.