Another vote for HHA
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Another vote for HHA
Put the set up tape on with a even amount of space on top and bottom then sight in at 20 yds and at 60 yds then subtract the high number from the lower number and that gives you your tape number to...
428-434 would be my thought
Too high on d-loop install, maybe $5.00
They are very easy and accurate to the yard. Follow directions exactly and it will work perfectly. There are some really good videos on YouTube also that show it
Awesome video! I've watched it many times and still can't believe the blood that poured out!!
Thinking about using a smaller head rather than the bigger models. Any experience, pictures or advise would be helpful. The Wacem website says they can be sharpened on a flat stone. Lansky for slick...
I've noticed about a 4" drop at 60 yds with a nocturnal. 20-30 same POI, 40-50 seems about a 2" drop. Just aim a little high at 40+ yds and your good to go
Tapatalk sucks. Harder to use and some sections are gone. I quit using it a while ago
I emailed Goldtip so I'll see what they say
Pull it back without a arrow then come on AT and tell everyone how I just dry fired my new bow!!
Seriously though, I make sure it's what I ordered and check for any visual problems or issues then...
Where do you get it from?
Never tried a lubricant. Definitely a heating up issue I'm convinced. Haven't had this problem until I started shooting the 18-1
No that's not even close to the inserts I use, that thing is super long. I just use the regular inserts that come with the arrows
2406033 the silver one
You have to replace the wrap if you are going to refletch a arrow.
Bohning quiver gone
I think you are correct. They are bent/damaged from the heat almost exactly the depth they go into the 18-1. Maybe I let the arrow cool down before I shoot it again? Seems silly but I think that is...
I hit nothing "hard" other than shooting my Rinehart 18-1 target and then I pull out the arrow and shoot some more BUT when I do pull them out they are hot to the touch. As far and removing the...
That's what I was think also, haaaa
How do you do it? The little icon of the tree in the picture frame isn't on there to add a picture. Anybody know how?
I have a Bohning 4 arrow quiver and possibly a 6 arrow Fuze quiver if you are interested
I used it on my truck last year, that stuff is garbage. I would not recommend it for use on a bow just my thoughts
Built this setup last week
Yellow arrow wraps are gone
5" stab is gone
Yeah cause I'm running out of arrows now
Hitting the corners of the Rinehart does make sense. I just thought carbon was suspose to be really strong. You guys think spine is the issue here??
That's what I thought also. I just flexed it and no cracks or splits, thing is solid all the way threw
They are the expedition Hunter shafts. Weighing in at 379 grains
Yeah they are 28" long and I am shooting 100 grain tips. I tried 125 tips also but the 100 seem to fly a little better. According to the arrow chart I need a 400 spine. I was wondering about the...