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Thread: Acudraw 50 on SZ380

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    Acudraw 50 on SZ380

    Just got the Tenpoint acudraw 50 on my SZ380. Did it because I forget the cocking rope every time I go into the woods. One time I had to walk half a mile back just to get the rope...I was pissed!! Installation was easy. I just installed it on a piece of cardboard first trace the pattern of the cover then drew it on the stock and cut.

    With the extra weight on the stock, the bow feels more balanced and no more jumping the rail when cocking.

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    Very nice!
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    Looks good and you beat BowTech to the draw on their unit they are supposed to release. How are you securing the handles?

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    Thanks.....I glued the coin like blk metal piece that Tenpoint supply by the bow handle. It holds the cocking handles pretty well.

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    Looks good!

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    Love the setup

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    Here's my setup, using a steel rod mounted in the stock to hold the magnetized "T" handles:
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    Well done Snoop & well done x2 Moon.
    Moon, your neat handy jobs are always educational, keep posting them wherever you feel is necessary.

    Looking at SZ pics makes my heart goes out for it again, I hope the dilemma with the limbs get solved ASAP, so I could make up my mind to choose between SZ or Tac10i .
    Good luck to you all "x-bow archers" ...

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    Moon's ALWAYS on the cutting edge! Nice job also Snoop!
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    snoop, is there an issue with the string being exactly the same length and drawn on each side the same? thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by webfarmer View Post
    Moon's ALWAYS on the cutting edge! Nice job also Snoop!
    LOL ! Here's one on a Maxpoint I did back in 2007. Yep right on the edge.
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    Eats at you huh??? Web, bow down to Bird----- for installing an ACUdraw in 2007 The 12 year mentality is alive and well.
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