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Thread: Rytera Seeker 365 “It’s Time To Evolve” Includes Ted Nugent Video

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    Looks like this bow came out of a video game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cdpkook132 View Post
    Holy cow that is sure different! Not sure i like it, but it may grow on me.

    How does it shoot?


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    Also no stabilizer? or does it not need one?
    Looks like a stabilizer thread at the end of the bottom rod. Not sure though..

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    that thing looks righteous!!!!

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    been done before buy Martin and others

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    Ditto

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hunterdon View Post
    been done before buy Martin and others
    I was going to post the same thing. Bowman and Genesis both have adjustable grip risers.

    However, I can't think of anybody taking the arrow rest and sight "along for the ride".

    I think it's going to have issues with wandering zero. Maybe not, just a thought.
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    Id asy 365 is for 36 ata and 5 bh
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    Looks like they changed the cams from the original pictures, too. Depending on how well the bow balances, with how heavy it already is, it might not actually need any more stabilizers.
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    FOr the record Martin Archery designed and produced the Black Ram, Jaquar and Onza designs in the 1960's ALso produced other bridge risers. THe Seeker is new and includes the sight window, arrow shelf and more.
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    Interesting concept to say the least. Cool and futuristic looking for sure.
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    Them Rytera people have been playing again. Nice playing, I might note. Wouldn't mind playing with it. Possible top end speed....345 fp? Cam system, hunting form, no need of stablizer (real nice), but looks like additional weight may be added to the bottom (excellent).

    Wonder what else Rytera has yet to come out with?
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    Interesting for sure.......

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    uh... prototype ???

    cams do look to have changed sum" though...
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    Man that's funky look'n.......................w hoa........
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    cool looking bow. Trying to figure out the cable guard.....not very long unless there is so little backward travel by the cables.

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    Yes you can add a stabilizer to the bottom carbon rod.

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    msrp???
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    I like it
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    sure looks very different, and comes out on my Birthday. Maybe they will send me oneto help celebrate. Not sure there really is a brace height diffrence. Looks like the riser itself stays in place and only the grip/shelf move. Does this mean that the speed will be the same regardless? I could be wrong so please don't beat me to hard if I am.
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    It might shoot like crap. It might be the worst idea ever. But man, do I ever want one to play with. I could be entertained for a long time with that.

    "I thinK I'll shoot a 6" BH today for 3D and an 8" tomorrow for indoor."

    Awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TOOL View Post
    It might shoot like crap. It might be the worst idea ever. But man, do I ever want one to play with. I could be entertained for a long time with that.

    "I thinK I'll shoot a 6" BH today for 3D and an 8" tomorrow for indoor."

    Awesome.

    Kind of what I'm thinking. I may never shoot one for competition. But looks like a great project bow.

    Could be wrong though, it might be great for everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by archeryhistory View Post
    FOr the record Martin Archery designed and produced the Black Ram, Jaquar and Onza designs in the 1960's ALso produced other bridge risers. THe Seeker is new and includes the sight window, arrow shelf and more.
    I the 60's? I thought Hollis Allen did his compound thing in 66'.

    If these were done way back then and didn't have a following, what makes you think they will catch on now? I mean it looks like it won't balance unless you use a long stab with 4 pounds of weight, especially if you want a longer brace height.
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    I understand what everybody is saying.... but.... we all get this baby in our hands and shoot it.

    The claim of quietiest bow ever...... hhmmmmm.... Be great. Thats a big time claim.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TOOL View Post
    It might shoot like crap. It might be the worst idea ever. But man, do I ever want one to play with. I could be entertained for a long time with that.

    "I thinK I'll shoot a 6" BH today for 3D and an 8" tomorrow for indoor."

    Awesome.
    wouldn't moving the grip back and forth also change the draw length ?????

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