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  1. You should use the nocks recommended for your...

    You should use the nocks recommended for your crossbow
  2. 30+ years of repairing compound bows and I may...

    30+ years of repairing compound bows and I may have done 3-4 tear drop cables jobs a year.
    I see far more broken strings and synthetic cables per year now than I ever did with tear drops.
    I've...
  3. Finding tear drop cables might be pretty...

    Finding tear drop cables might be pretty difficult any more. Finding some one who can do a cable job any more may be just about as difficult.
    I used the last 2 sets that I had last year.
    I would...
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    Our local clubs all allow them for 3-D and...

    Our local clubs all allow them for 3-D and indoors.
    Not as popular as you'd think though.
    Now that they're allowed by the NFAA and other organizations, it has brought back a few shooters that had...
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    Some people find that adding a nock point below...

    Some people find that adding a nock point below the arrow also helps with arrow flight when shooting 3 under.
    Depending on nock fit/serving size, the arrow may have a tendency to slide down the...
  6. Thread: Bow String

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    Where is your nock point. You should have a...

    Where is your nock point.
    You should have a brass nock point crimped on the string so your arrow goes to the same place.
    What bow is it? sort of looks like steel cables but it's a little hard to...
  7. D-loop will remain in the same place. Moving the...

    D-loop will remain in the same place. Moving the peep will depend on how it feels to you after the draw length change.
    Make certain that the pin is in a notch when you're done. IF you tighten the...
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    Scott Longhorn HEX Hinge with a strap We have a...

    Scott Longhorn HEX
    Hinge with a strap
    We have a few shooters here that use it
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    I just think it's bad for anyone to steal and...

    I just think it's bad for anyone to steal and sell any one else's idea. More so when it's patented.
    If someone wants to design something new, design something new. Don't just steal some one else's...
  10. I don't think the string length is going to have...

    I don't think the string length is going to have much to do with the tiller being off like that, it's up to you but I don't think I'd shoot it.
  11. I don't like the way the tiller looks and don't...

    I don't like the way the tiller looks and don't think I would suggest shooting it.
    Hang it on the wall for decoration.
    As far as that string, NO it's not made right for that bow. It also appears to...
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    Here's a set I made out of oak for my Escape....

    Here's a set I made out of oak for my Escape.
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    Here's a dozen Full bores I just finished up....

    Here's a dozen Full bores I just finished up.
    Bohning Lacquer, 4" RW Camo feathers.

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    Dual cam or cam and a half is do-able. There...

    Dual cam or cam and a half is do-able. There would not be any real problem with either one.
    PSE's first single cam had the idler on the bottom and cam on top. I don't believe it got them around the...
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    If I'm reading this correctly, the top and bottom...

    If I'm reading this correctly, the top and bottom cams from the donor bow are the same as what you have but are coming from a left handed bow?
    If that's the case then yes, the donor bottom left...
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    They were able to twist a string 2"?? or is this...

    They were able to twist a string 2"?? or is this a new string?
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    I thought they were swaged on the other end on...

    I thought they were swaged on the other end on the t star 2
    the t star had the ball on the one end if memory serves me right. Been a while.
    The last cable job I did (last year) I used the last pair...
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    Would you have a source for the tear drop cables?

    Would you have a source for the tear drop cables?
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    Pretty unlikely finding original cables for that...

    Pretty unlikely finding original cables for that bow and if you're lucky, you may find some tear drop cables (though they are tough to find too) to use to replace the ones on the bow. Not even too...
  20. Thread: Color Kits

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    There's an orange one & a green one on ebay They...

    There's an orange one & a green one on ebay
    They were listed as Bear archery color kit
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    Those are nice and bright

    Those are nice and bright
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    Thanks but, most of our arrows are built like...

    Thanks but, most of our arrows are built like this and all are built to shoot.
    We're a little old school on arrows with custom crown dip (Bohning Lacquer), some crested, and about 75% of our arrows...
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    how about some custom arrows

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    Just finished these with a little traditional touch.
    White, 3" RW Barred, Shield cut on custom dipped shafts.
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    Make sure your arrow doesn't have a crack where...

    Make sure your arrow doesn't have a crack where the nock goes in.
    New nocks usually fit a little snug and won't just "spin" in the arrow.
    If it's not cracked, then a small piece of plastic garbage...
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    Could be a lot of things. What bow? and what...

    Could be a lot of things.
    What bow? and what rest?
    2 cam bows that don't draw to a solid wall with a drop away rest attached to the cable can cause exactly what you're describing.
    If you pull a...
  26. Dacron string for both most strings should be 3"...

    Dacron string for both
    most strings should be 3" shorter than bow length so 62" bow, 59" string
    48" bow would be 45" string
    Depending on how these bows were stored, there's a chance either one...
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    We do a "Ladies Night Out" here at the shop a...

    We do a "Ladies Night Out" here at the shop a couple times a year and last year we had 12 ladies here one night and 11 of them were either left handed, left eye dominate or left eye dominate.
    Sure...
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    They made a 26" 27" 28" cam for that bow. It...

    They made a 26" 27" 28" cam for that bow.
    It will also require new string, and maybe cable, if you find a cam.
    May be better off talking to Parker to see if the limbs are the same between the 2 and...
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    I'd suggest the 40 - 50# More than enough to...

    I'd suggest the 40 - 50#
    More than enough to kill about anything you'd choose to hunt and you'll always be able to drop the #.
    50 - 60#? 50 is the lightest it's going to go and you're shooting 46#...
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    That cocking device was on there when the stock...

    That cocking device was on there when the stock was on his Offspring.
    We have since got him a new camo (Offspring) Excalibur stock to take it's place.
    Not Gary's, though he has made some pretty...
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