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  1. #26
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    great vids ... thanks for posting

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    Quote Originally Posted by RayzorBowstring View Post
    Hutch,
    the super shooter is great and more valuable than I could have ever imagined. I have been able to do and see things never possible without it. I will get some pics up soon. Thanks! What's your take on this thread and rest timing?????
    I am so glad to hear that you love it. That tells me one thing you can build and understand mechanics. I have done many things with my super shooter and still find more things I can do with it. What still impresses me the most is putting the same arrow in the same hole at 65 yards. Still you have come up with even more ideas like your video cool idea. It is good the octane can be adjusted to be faster because it needs to be a tad more. But since the rip cord is too fast it is harming stability of the arrow. There is a product called rest rocket I believe it was mentioned above it will do the trick and slow it down.



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  3. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by jhunter13 View Post
    Thanks. It was a phantom camera by vision research.
    Ouch.

    Priceeey.

    But really nice.
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  4. #29
    To increase rest support you can add a short piece of elastic cord to the rest cable and adjust the tension or elastic cord stretch to you liking.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Edsel View Post
    Ouch.

    Priceeey.

    But really nice.
    x2 ouch and ouch again
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    Did you rent or borrow that camera or is it yours ? the quality is just perfect. I wish I could use one like that for a day to check my recurve bows tune and form.
    I'm a guy, just so you know

  7. #32
    Borrowed. They run in the 80 to 90k range.
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    used with tender care I bet!!!!!
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  9. #34
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    That's awesome. Unreal how quick the dropaway is down.

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  10. #35
    Looks like I might have some time to take some more video here soon. I will try to get the cams rotating and a shot from behind the bow to see arrow leaving bow.
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    Very cool!
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  12. #37
    Quote Originally Posted by GTOJoe View Post
    To increase rest support you can add a short piece of elastic cord to the rest cable and adjust the tension or elastic cord stretch to you liking.
    Yeah Id like to see that Answer/Ripcord with a Rest-Rocket type setup to compare the difference. Been thinking about putting one on my dropaway

  13. #38
    I dont own the setup but would try it out.

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    Has anyone noticed the length of time that the string/cables oscillated after the shot (arrow cleared the string) The arrow comes off the string at roughly 5 seconds and the string/cables are still oscillating at 12 seconds . I watched a longer version of this video a couple weeks ago on YouTube and I think they were still moving as far out as 14-16 second which either way is a minimum 7-11 second oscillation after the shot . Is that normal ? Nice to see the super shooter doing its job I still have nt got off my and built mine Gonna go pick up the pipe next wknd and get started Thanks for the plans Hutch

  15. #40
    Remeber these are recorded at 6000 frames per second. So each frame is 1/6000 of a second. So 12 frames is 0.002 seconds
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    Can you show more detail of the bow holder ?
    Very nice .


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    I am out of town...i will post when i get back in

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