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    A 1/16" is good, that is about what I use.

    A 1/16" is good, that is about what I use.
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    Just a caution about straightening arrows. Be...

    Just a caution about straightening arrows. Be very careful if the arrows are thin wall (xx12) because they can crack easily. I have been able to straighten thicker walled shafts but not much luck...
  3. Halo is pretty expensive as you have probably...

    Halo is pretty expensive as you have probably found. I use 62XS mostly, but I also shoot a release. Serving jigs can run from $20 for a BCY Model 26 to $50 for a Beiter. I use both, so it depends...
  4. According to the Brownell website, 16 strands are...

    According to the Brownell website, 16 strands are used with B50. BCY recommends 12-16 for its version, B55. For center serving, BCY Halo is very popular with finger shooters because of its slick...
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    You might want to post your question in the...

    You might want to post your question in the bowhunting forum to get more answers and comments.
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    You might also post your question in the FITA...

    You might also post your question in the FITA forum to get more responses.
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    You might want to say what kind of bow you...

    You might want to say what kind of bow you prefer, recurve or compound. Although there are not many new compounds to be found under $140, you might might be able to find a decent used one.
  8. 1. Use the draw weight your bow is set at right...

    1. Use the draw weight your bow is set at right now (56#), not the maximum, unless that is the weight you plan to use in the future.
    2. Use high energy cam.
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    I think they are in the process of rebuilding...

    I think they are in the process of rebuilding their field ranges. I have shot 3-D there several times and from what I remember, the field range overlays parts of the 3-D range. The course is...
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    To those of you who attended the Mids, where will...

    To those of you who attended the Mids, where will the outdoor Mids be held next year?
  11. Belvoir Bowhunters, Ft. Belvoir Northern...

    Belvoir Bowhunters, Ft. Belvoir
    Northern Virginia Archers, southern Fairfax Co.
    Prince William Archers, Brentsville
    Cub Run Archers, Centerville
    Manahoac Bowmen, Fredericksburg

    Here is a link...
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    Doug would be a good person to start with. He...

    Doug would be a good person to start with. He will not be available this weekend as he is in Mechanicsburg, PA for the Mid-Atlantic outdoor tournament and meeting. Here is a link to his full...
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    Ned, A couple of people you might want to...

    Ned,

    A couple of people you might want to contact with questions concerning NFAA affiliation are Dave Hryn (midatlcouncilman@hotmail.com) and Doug Joyce (jdjarcher@aol.com). Dave is the...
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    Field14, I don't think the question was so much...

    Field14, I don't think the question was so much of an individual joining another state association, but a club. Ned250 said that his state association went defunct some years ago and his club was...
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    Ned, what club do you belong to? I'll throw this...

    Ned, what club do you belong to? I'll throw this out for someone to else to answer, but is it possible for your club to align with the NFAA through an adjacent state, like Maryland? I noted that...
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    So many projects, so little time. Sigh.

    So many projects, so little time. Sigh.
  17. The closest I have to 29 mm are 1" and 1 3/8"...

    The closest I have to 29 mm are 1" and 1 3/8" scopes that I use for field. One is a Brite Site Vegas and the other is a CR (by Lancaster). Neither is vented so I can't comment on the benefits of a...
  18. A quick look at the Easton selection chart shows...

    A quick look at the Easton selection chart shows that 2113s are very underspined for your setup.

    Here is the link to the target guide: http://www.eastonarchery.com/downloads/selection-charts...
  19. Well, glad to know you have been enlightened. ...

    Well, glad to know you have been enlightened. Come on up to Manahoac since we are within an arrow's shot of you. We have 28 field targets now and looking for shooters.
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    Bill, Not sure what you need. Are you looking...

    Bill,

    Not sure what you need. Are you looking for a plain, graduated sight scale or a calibrated scale with yardage values or both? In addition to the one from shawn in MA (above), here is a...
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    Good looking range! I compliment you on the work...

    Good looking range! I compliment you on the work it took to put this range together.
  22. Saunders makes a 145-gr field point: ...

    Saunders makes a 145-gr field point: http://www.sausa.com/points-new.php

    Lancaster sells a 150-gr TopHat Apex screw-in point: ...
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    +2 on Flex Fletch. Most durable vanes on the...

    +2 on Flex Fletch. Most durable vanes on the market.
  24. The biggest problem I have with screw-in points,...

    The biggest problem I have with screw-in points, particularly for target archery, is that they keep coming loose. You could add a dab of glue to keep them in place, but then you might as well use...
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    I use a circle for dot-type targets, because I...

    I use a circle for dot-type targets, because I like to see the whole dot. But ultimately the choice will be up to you and what your eye and brain want to see. Agree with the above comment to get a...
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    hunter, Here is a good thread on making...

    hunter,

    Here is a good thread on making split-yoke cables:

    http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showthread.php?t=1356672&highlight=yoke
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    Several years ago, I started making my own wraps....

    Several years ago, I started making my own wraps. I got the vinyl wrap material from the Sign Warehouse. The material came on a 10-yard roll and cost around $10. I think there is enough to last...
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    The spine of a 2216 is .376.

    The spine of a 2216 is .376.
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    yes

    yes
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    Grant, Lancaster shows a Cartel Star Hunter in...

    Grant,

    Lancaster shows a Cartel Star Hunter in their catalog (PN 1760124), but I don't see one on their web site.
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