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    PM sent. I look forward to reading the file. Thanks for the info.

    Kevin



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    Thanks for the pdf file.
    This will get printed and taken to the range.
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    Just wanted to give a sincere thank you for such easy to understand information!!! It is also another great example of how human beings can be so gracious and giving...truly inspiring in this day and age.

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    Great info. Thanks guys.

    Kevin

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    thanks for the great resource! I put it on a cd for my freinds!

  6. #81
    Quote Originally Posted by buckbow View Post
    thanks for the great resource! I put it on a cd for my freinds!
    Great idea. Feel free to pass it around to your friends.
    www.nutsandboltsarchery.com
    http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showth...=who+wants+dvd
    Send me an email for DVD = $25.00....

    alanlui@comcast.net

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    A lite-time of discovery, experience and expertise laid out at your feet!

    KUDOS Alan!

    Best part is on broadband, it takes less than 10 seconds to download and save!

    I've forgotten most of the mechanics of the bow, and of shooting, so I'm going to read it all over again!

  8. #83
    When will the up-dated .pdfs be posted here?

  9. #84
    Quote Originally Posted by WillAdams View Post
    When will the up-dated .pdfs be posted here?
    The latest version has Chapter 12 = Back Tension.

    If you like,
    you can also send a pm to BowtechCDR
    and get onto the email list.

    As newer versions get published,
    I send them to BowtechCDR for email distribution,
    and
    I also send them to AT News,
    for posting here on this thread,
    by AT.


    If you have any specific questions,
    let me know
    and I can add to the MS Word file,
    and when enough changes are made,
    I put out a newer version.
    www.nutsandboltsarchery.com
    http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showth...=who+wants+dvd
    Send me an email for DVD = $25.00....

    alanlui@comcast.net

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    I recall one of his posts
    OP; I have a PSE Deer Hunter and Im wondering how to check for cam lean?
    N&B; First you need to build a draw board......................... ............................

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    Hi everyone!

    I was away on vacation and just sent out a round of guides to all that asked for them in the last week.

    Cheers!

    Tim
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    Bow in hand, I stalk my enemy with extreme prejudice and inexorable resolve.
    Ego vadum vindicatum victoria super meus hostilis.

  12. #87
    Looks good

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    Walk Back Tuning

    Thanks for the great info in Nuts and Bolts.
    I never could fiqure out why I was having left arrows at longer distances. After using the walk back tuning I have a a completely vertical pattern out to 40 yds.

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    Thanks for taking the time to help all of us out!
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    Excellent information.Thankyou for your hard work.
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    This is INCREDIBLE!!! So many questions answered in this manual that I will swave ALOT of time not posting those questions on AT.

    Nuts & Bolts, you are spoiling us!!!

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    Thanks for all the hard work on this! I'm learning so much. Can't wait to start fine tuning.

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    Thanks

    Thank you very much for this book. I have read the book from front to back so I could catch up to the times. I had the archery fever in the early ninties where I also volunteered in a pro shop for some range time. Boy has things progressed over the years. My 11 year old son was having some issues and I was able to resolve them from this book. I owe you guys a huge thanks for the help by letting us have this book.

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    I dont know what rock I have been living under, but it has taken until now to see this. All I can say is EXCELLENT job!!!
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    Amazing guide! Thank you so much for the hard work.

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    thanks for the info..i got more from reading this than i picked up in 7 years on a target range and pro shop..trully awesome guide.thanks again

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    Thanks NutsandBolts! I am new to the forums as a couple of guys helped me out at Ben Avery with my sight. Also with some tips on how I was releasing. I look forward to learning from everyone!

  23. #98
    Just found out about a typo on pages 6-7 and 6-8.

    When trying out MODIFIED french tuning,
    and shooting at 6 feet away from a vertical line on the target face...(strip of duct tape in the picture),
    if you MISS LEFT, move the pins to the LEFT (gang pin adjustment).

    If you MISS RIGHT, move the pins to the RIGHT (gang pin adjustment).

    Here are the two replacement pages.
    Attached Files Attached Files
    www.nutsandboltsarchery.com
    http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showth...=who+wants+dvd
    Send me an email for DVD = $25.00....

    alanlui@comcast.net

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    Thanks for the corrections, that came at just the right time to point out the French Tuning stuff as that makes a whole lot of sense to me, and I can use that right now.

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    Thank you for the guide, i will share it with my 4-H kids.
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    (Grab a bow and take a kid hunting)

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