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  1. Thread: 3 Under?

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    I've been taught and have recognized that because...

    I've been taught and have recognized that because of where I anchor (corner of mouth) and the fact that I shoot instinctively without a fixed sight, three under sends my arrows where I'm looking. ...
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    Such good advice, I feel good that as a...

    Such good advice, I feel good that as a relatively new archery I am progressing to the point where I would have made many of the same recommendations--I guess I'm learning. The problem with being...
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    Helical fletchings will induce an arrow spin more...

    Helical fletchings will induce an arrow spin more quickly than with a simple offset at the expense of aerodynamic drag. So in the end helical will be slightly slower. Using my 35lbs traditional bow...
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    Thanks center shot looking forward to iReading...

    Thanks center shot looking forward to iReading it. You shooting off the shelf or with a raised rest? If raised rest, which one?
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    My girlfriend recently came into the possession...

    My girlfriend recently came into the possession of her grandfather's Bear kodiak special from 1955 and that bow is in perfect condition and shoots really well at 35 lbs. I'm so impressed that a 60+...
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    George, forgive me but I've never heard that...

    George, forgive me but I've never heard that justification for an arrow's spine. My understanding is that it's a function of draw length and draw power (pounds at that draw length). The cut of the...
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    Opinions on 2014 Hoyt Tiburon

    I've read every review I can find and all the blog postings that I could find on the Hoyt Tiburon and while those are helpful I'm looking for the insider (owner) scoop on this bow.

    I am very...
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    You mentioned keeping them dry--wrong. Hose them...

    You mentioned keeping them dry--wrong. Hose them down real good. As you soak them they will swell and will stop the arrows much better. I have the same setup and when they go through the bails...
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    Hoyt Dorado: First Impressions

    Someone here mentioned that the Tiburon could not be adjusts for tiller. This is incorrect, you can adjust the 2014 Tiburon for tiller.
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    I found that mine did best at 7.75 with a well...

    I found that mine did best at 7.75 with a well stretched flemish string and a 30" draw length. 8 was too far and resulted in some stacking. 1/8" either way makes a difference so you kind of have to...
  11. Getting a 1955 Bear Kodiak bow repaired

    My girlfriend has received several bows that belonged to her grandparents. One of them has some cracks in the glass and a slight split in the riser handle. She wants to get this bow repaired, where...
  12. Yea I figured it out, it was my own stupidity, in...

    Yea I figured it out, it was my own stupidity, in that I left the thick side plate and rug rest on when I added the freeflyte causing it to be stick farther to the left. I removed all the previous...
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    I have a 30" draw length and use a 62" Samick...

    I have a 30" draw length and use a 62" Samick Sage with 25 lbs limbs, plus I also have a bear Kodiak Special that's 66" with 35 lbs of draw weight. I can shoot both fairly well as a newbie when my...
  14. I shoot 3 fingers under. My goal is to get the...

    I shoot 3 fingers under.

    My goal is to get the arrow point just left of the string as Furry90Flier stated.

    Tin Man - The Free Flyte arrow rest does not use a plunger but rather screws into the...
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    How does bow length affect draw?

    So let's say I have three of the same make/model of bow in 35lbs draw, except one is 58", one is 62" and the other is 64" AMO.

    How does the draw of each bow differ from the archer's perspective. ...
  16. Mounting AAE Free Flyte arrorw rest on Samick Sage

    So I've been shooting my sage off the shelf for the last few months, but now want to use an elevated rest. From the directions that came with the AAE Free Flyte arrow rest that I got (after reading...
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    Yea I plan to up my sage to 35# first and see how...

    Yea I plan to up my sage to 35# first and see how I do while I experiment with lighter arrows. Thanks all.
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    Viper1 - nope that's not my dad. :-)

    Viper1 - nope that's not my dad. :-)
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    I've seen pictures of it mounted on the tiburon...

    I've seen pictures of it mounted on the tiburon so my guess is that it fits
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    I don't really have access to much other than an...

    I don't really have access to much other than an indoor range, my backyard (20 yards to target) and some 3d clubs within a 2 hour drive. I like the vertical oly style approach but I doubt I'll be...
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    Thanks guys, I am going to standardize on a 35lbs...

    Thanks guys, I am going to standardize on a 35lbs draw weight because I just like the way it feels. Everyone seems to agree that lighter arrows are in order. I'm very much into the experience of...
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    Deadeye, this is why I find too. I like using a...

    Deadeye, this is why I find too. I like using a tab and the 35 lbs bow is much nicer to use with the tab than the 25 which works better for me with bare fingers.
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    My total arrow weight is 340gr for a 31" shaft...

    My total arrow weight is 340gr for a 31" shaft and a 30" draw including a 100gr field point--I have long arms. So that's almost 11gr per inch. I do feel like their heavy but they fly well off the...
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    Thanks guys, sound advice!

    Thanks guys, sound advice!
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    I've noticed that nobody has mentioned adjusting...

    I've noticed that nobody has mentioned adjusting brace height in order to quiet the bow. Unless I'm wrong the general recommendation for brace on the sage is 7-3/4. Obviously this can be adjusted...
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    Preferred poundage for target archery

    I've been shooting my Samick Sage with a 25lbs draw weight for a while now and have recently acquired a Bear Kodiak with a 35lbs draw weight. I like the trajectory of my shots with the heavier draw...
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    Soft case recommendation

    I am in need of a good and simple soft case for my Sage bow while strung. No need for arrow pockets or anything like that. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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    I use the Gold Tip Expedition Hunters 3555/500...

    I use the Gold Tip Expedition Hunters 3555/500 shafts with 105gr field tips and 5" feathers in a helical config. Very accurate and the local shop/range has sold many set ups like this for the sage.
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    Same here, new Sage with 25lbs draw. Added soft...

    Same here, new Sage with 25lbs draw. Added soft Velcro to risers where string hits, and the after several sessions added rubber string whiskers. The combo of whiskers plus the Velcro almost...
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