HA HA HA......So you're the one
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HA HA HA......So you're the one
If anyone's interested.....https://www.camofire.com/index.php/Deals/2
A lot here......https://www.google.com/search?q=pedestal+deer+mount&biw=1280&bih=890&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwj298WC5dHQAhVLylQKHQUnBioQsAQIGA
Best thing I ever did in archery was build a drawboard and buy a press. Good luck
Consider contact lenses
Well if 5 pins is too much clutter, maybe a 3 pin slider would work best for you. MBG makes a pretty good one. You can set 20, 30, and 40 in a fixed pin situation and have the option to slide for...
You have informed the buyer about this situation, right?
Unfortunately it will most definitely be a trial and error on your part based on your eyesight. I don't even want to add up the amount I've spent on sights, pins, verifiers, clarifiers, lenses and...
Post 3 and 4
I used to use .010, but with changing eyes and everything, .019 is what needs to be done.
Please don't take this advise as criticism or anything negative. Just some friendly advice from a fellow archer that has learned the hard way not to let anyone else touch my bows. You have been on AT...
I really like the Bowmadness line, but this may sound a bit trivial, but those big "EPIX" letters look kind of gawdy and I'd be keeping my eye on that end serving. Anyway, those bows usually shoot...
I use a single pin slider for 3D and play, and use a 7 pin fixed for hunting (2 different bows). Just the way I like it. Everyone is different
This^^^^ and not to mention the occasional friend or neighbor that might be interested in shooting. You'll have one for him to shoot and try out.
I like. Good work. Perhaps a couple more holes tapped along the way to adjust the positioning of the thumb peg
They're good bows. I have a 2014 CS Turbo with the Z5 cams. Really don't care for the newer DX cams, but a lot of people do. We're all different.
Anyway, your "appealing characteristics" are none...
Pretty much nailed it, but I didn't have to click on this thread and read it either. Anyway, welcome to AT. You might want to peruse the classified section.
Awesome....Enjoy and welcome to Archery Talk
This one is just plain hilarious
That was my assessment as well with the 31 and the 35. Liked the 35 better only due to string angle and my body, and I'm just more comfortable with bows over 33" A to A.
The pro shop near me is selling the bows they have in stock from their 2016 lineup at 15% off. If you have to order one of the 2016s, probably no discount....
I shot the 35 and the 31 this weekend and was impressed. Both shot very well, but I like the 35 better. Gonna wait a while though. Just seems to be a lot of string and I need to see if anyone has any...
Good on you. Anyway, a lot of good techs have started out this way. If he's passionate enough for the sport and understands his need for knowledge, and Google is his friend, he'll do OK.
Leupold 1200 TBR DNA. A little pricey but ranges everything in all light conditions.
Nice......Stick something big
Go all in brother. Welcome to the addiction and welcome to AT. Good luck
Great story. Thanks for sharing. Like SHPoet said, you'll meet some great folks in archery, but you'll meet a cue ball or two
I love threads like this. Another member just learned how to sync his bow, with the good help of fellow members. Great job guys. You all deserve huge kudos.
Well, that's a decision you'll have to make based on which poundage you shoot better and what is more comfortable for you. I have personally switched from 70 lbs. to 60 lbs. 9 months ago and couldn't...