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    I've gone into great detail in the past on why I...

    I've gone into great detail in the past on why I think the Easton chart is wrong for a compound bow shooter using a mechanical release. The guide is for finger shooters only as they have neglected to...
  2. b0w bender, I'm looking forward to your video. I...

    b0w bender, I'm looking forward to your video. I know what will happen because early in my string building I accidentally served one end of a string backwards while using white halo and I could...
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    That right there is where I think I and others...

    That right there is where I think I and others differ. Personally, I wouldn't consider them having the same POI if the group all of a sudden got huge. If you had a sub 1" group at 20 and all of a...
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    Hehe. You should have trained a little longer....

    Hehe. You should have trained a little longer. You used the wrong nocks for that bow. If you were to read barnetts manual, you'd see that they require a half moon nock on their bows. NEVER mix them...
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    Again, because you're thinking of what it's doing...

    Again, because you're thinking of what it's doing to the arrow when the bow is static at brace. No one really knows why this works because we can't see it happening during the dynamic process of...
  6. Allan. As the OP of this thread, I will...

    Allan. As the OP of this thread, I will respectfully ask you to try and keep your responses more civil. We've done a good job keeping this thread alive with good discussion and information without...
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    I like setting the rest and then yoke tuning for...

    I like setting the rest and then yoke tuning for left/right issues. I like this way better because it addresses the nock travel problem instead of just moving the arrow in the way of the poor nock...
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    How do you expect anyone to take you seriously if...

    How do you expect anyone to take you seriously if you don't keep your promises? Smh.....haha. Whatever dude. I know SK90 isn't a generic term. I told you that and said that's why I shouldn't have...
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    Okay. Do a search for Allied-Sign Corporation or...

    Okay. Do a search for Allied-Sign Corporation or Allied Corp. and you'll see other sources that have the history of the company. They all say the same thing. They purchased Honeywell in 1999, after...
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    No you're right. DSM is the only one that calls...

    No you're right. DSM is the only one that calls it SK90. I shouldn't have called it that. I was using that denotation as a generic term like others will sometimes us Dyneema instead of calling it...
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    Depending on how wide the nock set is now, it...

    Depending on how wide the nock set is now, it could make a lot of difference. As you draw back, the back of the arrow will slide down to the lowest part of the loop. That will make your bow all of a...
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    You may have to reserve the center serving...

    You may have to reserve the center serving anyway. I had to go down to .018" BCY Powergrip from .021" 62xs because the nock fit too tightly on the string.
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    I was only mistaken for believing what that other...

    I was only mistaken for believing what that other person wrote. At one time I did know that Spectra was a Honeywell product but I had forgotten and assumed that this source I read was correct. My...
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    Get off it EPLC. I already said that I was...

    Get off it EPLC. I already said that I was mistaken and that my source was incorrect. Move along
  15. They tune just like any other hybrid cam bow. Set...

    They tune just like any other hybrid cam bow. Set the nock point about 1/8" high of 90. Set the rest to center shot. Set the top cam lean so that when you lay an arrow on the side of the cam opposite...
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    Peep's too low. Either that or you may need to...

    Peep's too low. Either that or you may need to flip the mounting bracket to give you more vertical adjustment, depending on the model of sight.
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    Here's a black/flo orange with a silver...

    Here's a black/flo orange with a silver pinstripe. Imagine the orange as green and you'd get an idea. The silver disappears as you get further away but it's still a cool look.

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    It could also be as simple as him not moving the...

    It could also be as simple as him not moving the sight far enough. Best thing to do is make a big move with the sight and see where the arrows land. If he's shooting 2-3" groups, he has to be...
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    Kind of makes you wonder what the point of...

    Kind of makes you wonder what the point of walkback tuning is doesn't it? Here's a pretty long thread about the necessity of a walkback tune when you're just going to perform another, more accurate...
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    They didn't leave off the "F". Tom just took a...

    They didn't leave off the "F". Tom just took a pic of the listing for regular 8190. If you go to Lancaster and type in "8190f" you get all kinds of stuff to come up that is not string material. If...
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    I don't get it either. That's why there's been so...

    I don't get it either. That's why there's been so much back and forth on it. In my logical mind, if a nock right is the same as a bareshaft or broadhead left, then the fix must be the same. Others...
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    Considering I don't use paper at all, that would...

    Considering I don't use paper at all, that would be plenty good for me. If you're happy with the bareshaft tune at 20, I'm very picky about it, then screw on a good spinning fixed broadhead and shoot...
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    We're only saying that because in the OP, he...

    We're only saying that because in the OP, he asked about a broadhead hitting left of fletched. If they are hitting right of fletched, you twist the left leg shorter.
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    Only 2" at 40 yards.......I'd do half in the left...

    Only 2" at 40 yards.......I'd do half in the left and half out of the right to preserve your cam timing. If that's too far, put the half back into the right and you should be good.
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    No doubt a bareshaft would hit high of fletched...

    No doubt a bareshaft would hit high of fletched at 20 yards. For a 2" tear at short distance, you would have to adjust the cable a lot to fix it. That would involve taking twists out of your buss...
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    Sweet! Glad you got it figured out.

    Sweet! Glad you got it figured out.
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    Like tripleb2431 said, it has more to do with the...

    Like tripleb2431 said, it has more to do with the dynamic act of firing the bow rather than the static position when the bow is at brace. That's where everyone gets hung up on this. We can't see what...
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    Now that you point that out, I knew that at one...

    Now that you point that out, I knew that at one time and had since forgotten. I read, while doing some research yesterday, where someone had posted that Allied called their licensed product...
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    DSM has a licensing deal with Allied Chemical who...

    DSM has a licensing deal with Allied Chemical who makes Dyneema under the name Spectra. It's the same thing and since DSM is getting money from the licensing deal, that's probably why they allow them...
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    Right nock/left broadhead = twist right yoke...

    Right nock/left broadhead = twist right yoke leg..............IMO, left broadhead/right nock = rest to the left. That's the way the Easton guide says to move the rest to fix a nock right condition so...
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