Type: Posts; User: norsemen
Ive been following this thread from the beginning and i can't, for the life of me, understand why so many people feel the need to defend this bow, and why so many people feel the need to bash it....
Interesting... Gotta try it.
Both of these bows are animals. Both of these bows, adjusted to your draw length will loose a little valley and let-off because, now, you're not rotating the cams all the way like you would be at 30"...
Yeah, no doubt. Bear has an impressive lineup this year
Welcome to AT, and welcome to the archery addiction.
I use 75 grain points on my arrows and they fly great. Accuracy comes from you.
Wait for it......plenty of people on their way to tell you that your opinion is wrong. Anyway, thanks for sharing
Congratulations. Nice buck. Enjoy that backstrap.
Lucky mother son of a buck. Atta boy Obsession.
Hey, I just bought a bow on AT that had less than 50 shots.:wink: The great thing however, is when I received it, it looked like it really only had a few shots through it. I was a very satisfied...
All three are good glass, But Vortex will make sure they are brand new for the rest of your life. I just sent my Vortex Viper 12 x 42s back. I scratched the eye lens a bit. I will get them back like...
De-natured alcohol or acetone.
If I were in your shoes I'd be looking for a smooth drawing bow in the 75% let off range, and I'll tell you why. 80% let off bows tend to dump into the back wall a little, jerking your shoulders a...
This would be a good question in the classified section, of AT, where people are buying and selling items. Welcome to AT, and good luck.
Every company has their little spiel that just isn't true. I find it kind of humorous, but man, does it rile a lot of guys here on AT.
:thumbs_up Nice lookin' rig. Good luck
I switched to Velocities a year ago and have been very happy with their performance. However, the Easton Flatlines are a pretty good choice also. You can't go wrong with either, in my opinion.
If 175 grains is what you want up front, then you're good to go
Add a twist or two to the cables and that should get you back up there. Re-check cam timing.
Interesting idea....good luck to both of you.
This was so funny, I had a hard time keeping the tears out of my eyes. I believe it was deleted though. Anyway, if anyone can remember the thread where the guy drilled holes in his limbs to attach...
More recent, this is pretty funny http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showthread.php?t=2313828&highlight=memes
Unless you own stock in the company, why would you care?
I don't compromise my bare shaft tuning with walk back tuning. I check it walking back, and usually don't have to change anything as long as the bare shaft tuning is successful. I like to shoot a lot...
String hitting your sleeve?
How many people know where you hide your key?