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  1. #51
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    bow pics 4 001.jpg This is another look at her
    BOWTECH FANATIC IN JADE GREEN 65/29 dead center stabs,vaportail rest and CBE sight/BOWTECH BOSS BLACK OPS 65/29!!/ELITE ENERGY 35 NINJA BLACK 65/29

  2. #52
    Quote Originally Posted by bow tech user View Post
    Attachment 1979188 This is my rpm with red rattler grips!!!
    How do you like that Octane stabilizer on it?

  3. #53
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    Quote Originally Posted by archeryhistory View Post
    Does anyone know of a collector that has a Jennings Limited Edition "Silverstar" with the inlays. I would like to have some good photos of one for the archery history site.
    Also looking for color photos of several other compounds for the archery history site - early Carroll's target bows, Black Hawk, Herters, Darton 6 wheel and others.
    Side plates great.Nice bow

  4. #54
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    I really like it by far my best stabilizer I ever owened
    BOWTECH FANATIC IN JADE GREEN 65/29 dead center stabs,vaportail rest and CBE sight/BOWTECH BOSS BLACK OPS 65/29!!/ELITE ENERGY 35 NINJA BLACK 65/29

  5. #55
    IS the stock string stop good this year or do I need to look into a replacement?
    Behind a desk waiting for fall...

  6. #56
    Excalibur Matrix 380 with a Vortex XBR, Excalibur Matrix 380 with a Hawke SB30-Pro, ....?
    Ramcats,Magnus Black Hornet's
    Stryker Solution LS, Vortex XBR, Zombies..

  7. #57
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    Quote Originally Posted by "Own More Bone" View Post
    Very nice those black ops are bad lookin !!

  8. #58
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    Quote Originally Posted by "Own More Bone" View Post
    What's your draw weight and length? I see you've got a react on there, does it work out to 40-60? Mine didn't.

  9. #59
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    I swore an oath once, that "...I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same;..." It has no expiration date.

  10. #60
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    Wow... loveha...... Shes amazing. If there was a way to start a slow clap in a post, I would do it for this rig... Just gorgeous.
    2013 Bowtech Insanity CPX, 70#
    2011 Bowtech Specialist, 60#
    2008 Bowtech Constitution, 70#

  11. #61
    Preston,
    I'm a28"draw, the arrows weigh in completed 420 grain and I'm shooting 60.58lbs according to my digital scale... I did have to invert the mounting bracket to get it to work for me. Not a big deal. Just took off the sight head and turned the bracket over and remounted the sight, also flipped the stickers too... The sight is tack on from 20-60 yards.

    30 yard group including a bare shaft in the mix
    _DSC0004 copy.jpg

    50 yard shot with Nockturnal and 100 grain Slick Trick Magnum

    http://youtu.be/fZPYuMY1SnY
    Excalibur Matrix 380 with a Vortex XBR, Excalibur Matrix 380 with a Hawke SB30-Pro, ....?
    Ramcats,Magnus Black Hornet's
    Stryker Solution LS, Vortex XBR, Zombies..

  12. #62
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    I just made the switch from a Mathews Helim, lets just say WOW couldn't be happier; this thing hits like a truck. I'm not done with my setup yet, just picked this beast up yesterday so I still need to add a few things.

    Bowtech Prodigy 70#
    Bowtech RPM 360 70#
    Hoyt CST 65#
    Bowtech Insanity 70#

  13. #63
    That is a Sweet looking rig...
    Excalibur Matrix 380 with a Vortex XBR, Excalibur Matrix 380 with a Hawke SB30-Pro, ....?
    Ramcats,Magnus Black Hornet's
    Stryker Solution LS, Vortex XBR, Zombies..

  14. #64
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    That's got to be one of the coolest looking bows I have ever seen nice job on her!!!!!!!!!!!
    BOWTECH FANATIC IN JADE GREEN 65/29 dead center stabs,vaportail rest and CBE sight/BOWTECH BOSS BLACK OPS 65/29!!/ELITE ENERGY 35 NINJA BLACK 65/29

  15. #65
    Quote Originally Posted by ItsPaul View Post
    I just made the switch from a Mathews Helim, lets just say WOW couldn't be happier; this thing hits like a truck. I'm not done with my setup yet, just picked this beast up yesterday so I still need to add a few things.

    The camo is really looking better on them now. Nice lookin bow
    Bowtech Experience 30" 64# Black Ops
    Genesis 27:3

  16. #66
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    Quote Originally Posted by KY Grant View Post
    The camo is really looking better on them now. Nice lookin bow
    I personally didn't care for it. Looked all stretched out on mine like they were speed dipping. Hence why I went and sent mine in for Stormy Hardwoods. Looks better and more durable like the finish on my E32.
    I swore an oath once, that "...I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same;..." It has no expiration date.

  17. #67
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    Good lookin' bows here! Makes me want another bow, no where to put it though.

  18. #68
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    The Camo has defanitly improved it seems, or their shipping more realtree bows out. Out of 6 bows that was the sharpest looking one, I got lucky it was LH and 70#. Absolutely impressed with how this thing shoots, extremely accurate and hits like a truck.
    Bowtech Prodigy 70#
    Bowtech RPM 360 70#
    Hoyt CST 65#
    Bowtech Insanity 70#

  19. #69
    Quote Originally Posted by ItsPaul View Post
    I just made the switch from a Mathews Helim, lets just say WOW couldn't be happier; this thing hits like a truck. I'm not done with my setup yet, just picked this beast up yesterday so I still need to add a few things.

    What camo pattern is that?

  20. #70
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    Quote Originally Posted by Square_Dancer View Post
    What camo pattern is that?
    it looks like AP not for sure but there camo looks good this year , about time . Those are some nice looking rigs ! Keep em coming !

  21. #71
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    Realtree APG "HD"
    Bowtech Prodigy 70#
    Bowtech RPM 360 70#
    Hoyt CST 65#
    Bowtech Insanity 70#

  22. #72
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    Here's mine.

    Brand new to the forum, would like to say hi first off.

    This is my 360. Just picked it up last week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kenford View Post
    Brand new to the forum, would like to say hi first off.

    This is my 360. Just picked it up last week.
    Nice.
    Welcome to the show!

  24. #74
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  25. #75
    I started looking for ways to trim weight and decided the tightspot bracket was usless weight. So I put my DIY skills to the test... All you that run a tightspot quiver and an adjustable sight check out the carbon fiber bracket I made. It's 1/3 the weight of the OEM one.

    http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showthread.php?t=2275546
    Mathews HTR 70/29.5 / Axcel Accutouch Pro / Mathews QAD / Tight Spot / Black Eagle Arrows / DRT

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