I use this from Lancaster, works great.
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I use this from Lancaster, works great.
I shoot a Scott Shark with the solid rod.
My anchor point is with the index knuckle on the bone behind my ear as this is a more solid and definative point for me.
I draw with the index finger...
If they have been deleted, I think you are SOL.
You could try contacting one of the classified mods and asking.
Not a chance.
JMO, but I can't imagine anything more worthless.
My buddy has an '07 at 52lb/28 1/2'', I just fitted new Proline strings to it.
Shoots a 313gr arrow at 273fps (just for comparison purposes).
Holy s......Batman, that's a lot of bend:mg:
Reinforces my opinion that I don't need one!
I know what you mean, past parallel limb bows scare the hell out of me.
I have decided I will never own one so I don't have the issues of putting it in my press, just a personal view.
Just like mine, simple and neat.:thumbs_up
12mm holes in each side of the outer tube.
19mm delrin round bar, machine down to 12mm for 3mm, parted off to give me a 1.5mm (3mm differential between tube sizes) at the 19mm diameter (4 off...
You will not go wrong with any of the builders here on AT.
That said, my preference is for Proline, I have used them for nearly 5 years now with zero problems, even with the custom spec sets.
July prices $65 a set.
I've just recently fitted new Proline strings to my buddy's Bowtech Allegience.
They have the speed sleeves.
Speed with the sleeves is the same as with the nocks, plus the bow is quieter with the...
On my Goldtips, I cut approx 1 1/2'' off the nock end to put the factory cresting where I want them in relation to the fletching.
The remainder then gets cut off the front.
I would cut both ends...
Alligator targets are popular over here, most clubs seem to own at least one.
All the ones I have seen do have the back kill and they are often placed on a bank into water.
Another popular target...
I don't use a Pro Pod, horrible nasty plastic thingies that can damage your limbs (JMO).
I usually rest the bow on top of my 3d stool, or use an aluminum stand that slides through the riser allowing...
You don't say what draw weight you are pulling, or the listed IBO on the bow you are currently shooting.
Both are important specs for comparisons.
Edit; I see info was posted up whilst I was...
I bought a Goretex jacket shell, the kind that you can zipper linings into.
This without any linings just worn over a shirt works great, breathable so you don't get wet inside, but still waterproof....
The rule is follow the arrow with the site pins.
So, as your arrows are shooting high left, move the whole sight ring left and up.
I suggest you do one movement at a time, ie get the side to side...
There is a ton of threads on this subject, but here's mine anyway.
I wasn't happy with the single post setup most use, so I decided to use a three post layout with a 3/8'' tensile bolt for the pivot pin.
The fingers are mounted on brass bushings that allow the...
As said, remove the set screw from the launcher arm and fit a bolt.
I use a couple of rubber washers to hold the loop in place and have the bolt length so it tightens down with the washers...
Well, I looked at it this way, I had a Bodoodle rest 14 years ago and it shot well.
When I decided to set up a bow for fingers, (I mostly shoot release) it seemed the right way to go.
When I decided to use my Reflex Extreme for fingers, for a while I shot it with the DMI Xpert dropaway rest already fitted (until I got a Bodoodle).
I was a little concerned that the minimal...
Reflex Extreme with Command cams, built by Hoyt circa 2000.
My finger shootng bow (and real nice too!)..
My old 2003 Razortec, srill going strong and shootig as well as ever.
Moutain Berry with black and gold streaks, blue with red and yellow streaks, black with flo-green and silver streaks.
All from Proline.
Latest set from Proline, Flo-green/electric blue with black stripe.
Fitted them yesterday to my buddies Allegiance.
I have never seen one directly, but after watching a video showing how to use it, I wouldn't put one of my bows in it.
Your fear of possibly damaging limbs would be mine as well.
Had a decimal point in the wrong place, :oops confused:
Glad to see someone is on the ball LoL
Still, I'd sooner spend the 4hrs a year drinking beer than fitting/unfitting stabalizers :darkbeer:
On the bows with stabalizers that are too long to fit in the case, I definately use QD's (and with no problems BTW).
As I tend to keep my bows for a long time, the thread wear as pointed out is a...