So I finally got around to setting up my indoor bow last night. I spent a good 2hrs getting it where I wanted (side note: timing was a PIA to set for some reason) and had bare shafts flying perfect at 12yds in the basement.
I took it outside today and flung a few at 20yds. It was shooting well, so I figured I'd try scoring to see where it really was at. I've never been so nervous in my back yard before; the last end was gut wrenching.
Now let's see if I can repeat this under real pressure.
Medium cams/#8 mods - both stops hitting same time
52# peak DW/16# holding
37.375" ATA / 7.625" BH
Nock in middle of axles
GT XXX pros @ 29"/165gr nibs/Aerovane III/Easton S nocks
Hamskea with .010 wide blade in locked position