X2, pearson spoiler riser.
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X2, pearson spoiler riser.
Just a small note to say Thank You. All The best to you in 2012 and I encourage the good people on this site to support AT. It take lots of time and resources to keep an online community the size of...
The original was a 7 1/8th brace and that is the one we know with some tweaks will make the speeds Don is shooting for in a IBO spec.
Because this is a custom bow, at this point. I do not think...
Well it took a bit more time than I had hoped, Life gets busy and lots to do as Dons new bow is a shooter for sure. Bryan.........doc, try some patience son. Your cool-aid company has been bragging...
The cost will be around 750 from talks I have had with Don.
The bow has no silence...
I think we have a lot in common when we are looking for our perfect or close to it fit. I also like a 38 inch axle for target. Talking with Don he pointed out the fact that there are a few key...
Thats cool and I respect that as I too would look for a longer ATA, around 38 inches to shoot indoor paper. A rare beast on the market today as large cams make up for shorter ATA in some respects....
Your joking right! Lets see, 2 cam, 32 inch axle to axle (about 35 if you go to the tops cams). I shot it at our club last night and two things most stated Fast and Quiet. I still have not put speed...
Martin Cougar 2000 or the Patriot Dually. Third choice would be the Hoyt Cybertec with the single track idler/solo cam.
Here are a few more pictures of the setup I put on the bow.
Bow specs are
7 1/4" brace
60# peak weight
32 5/8" ATA
55% letoff peak 60 holding 25. approx.
I will get you some better pictures of the pockets, they are a different concept to what is on the market today. I will say they hold the limbs very well and restrict lateral twist to a high degree. ...
In the years I have been on this site I have seen lots of excited people who support and try to promote a person they believe in and their product. Both Unk, I and others support Don and his drive to...
Bowfreak1970, the above for sure it the best statement.
Building fast bows again is not rocket science................making them bullet proof................priceless!
To be clear tests are being run on the bow, we have different outboards and cam letoff configs to test. The goal is not to have the fastest 8 inch brace bow. The goal is for a smooth, fast shooting...
Unk, sweet setup on the Pro 40. knowing how well the G3 Cams draw that sould be a sweet shooter.
By the way if you ever want to sell the Pro 40....................do I have first dibs.
Not the best picture and I will have the bow built on the camo riser this weekend,
Up LOading now.............
Oneida's, were and are a great bow. Like Harley's they needed to be kept up a bit more than other brands. Fast and Smooth draw are top features of the bow. Loud............I would say different sound...
X2, and Joe is the best place to go for parts and information on these bows.
To answer a few questions, bows looking like other bows on the market?
It would be tuff today to find any bow that does not look like any other bow. Riser, limbs, wheels (in this case recurve...
Lots of good used Oneida's out there at reasonable costs. LFM............Lite-Force Magnum was a great fingers bow also.
There was a day when Oneida was the bow to have, smooth and fast. Matter of fact one of the fastest bows to be built in the late 80's. Radical in design and it did what the designers said it would...
Joe the Switchblade is an awesome design, can't wait to shoot it at the get together this summer.
I have to say no here also,
No letoff on a recurve, finger release only and the training and ability with a recurve is a much higher level.
Here is what I believe,
Torque elimination or sweet spot............I would disagree
Adjust for good sight picture............I would agree
Bar is moved farther out for distance...
I shoot the same sight Unk for target and I can not say enough about it. Solid, no locks needed. I will get some pictures of mine also.:darkbeer:
Were the test done with aluminum shafts?
Woud be interesting to do a full scale evaluation with todays tech in arrows and components.:darkbeer:
I have greatest respect for your work and we have spoken a couple of times, I have a couple of Questions;
Did you test LH & RH bows?
What type of rests were used?
What length of fletch?
To clarify, BTU archery is and will be a custom bow company, that helps with design and rework of older model bows and innovative approuches to new equipment. We do not Build New Bows.
We do carry...