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Thread: Easton Tuning Guide (link)

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    I've always liked that guide as well. Thanks for posting the link.



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    Thanks for the post

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    Thanks, this is some helpful info.

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    Thanks

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    thanks

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    Thanks

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    Here's a link for the guide that I will personally keep alive!!

    http://rapidshare.com/files/315805005/tuning_guide.pdf
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    Thanks

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    Glad that new and old archers alike are using this guide.
    Most all of the questions asked by newer archers / bowhunters can be answered from reading this guide.

    #1 - http://www.oregonsportsmans.com/foru...opic.php?t=133

    #2 - http://www.eastonarchery.com/pdf/tuning_guide.pdf
    August 9th, 2009 05:29 PM

    #3 - http://rapidshare.com/files/315805005/tuning_guide.pdf
    March 26th, 2010 05:03 PM

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    Thanks I have been looking for a guide like this for a while

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    Bump

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    Archery, like firearms, has not changed fundamentally in years.

    Firearms are very new compared to the World’s Oldest Sport and people have been pouring powders down barrels and pointing them at live targets since 1300.

    Folks were launching shafts from tensioned limbs 9000 to 8000 years before Christ Jesus.

    Shaft length, draw weight, point weight, the shaft’s resistance to flexing, and the physics of God have not changed during that short passage of time.

    Easton wrote it all down only a few decades ago.

    Can you guess from which arrow manufacturer I buy my shafts?
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    Eastons Shaft Program

    Heres the link to there software that is free and downloadable. Love this program. http://www.eastonarchery.com/download/software

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    I like it!
    It's the same program as found on their web-site but now you don't have to be on-line to play.
    Thank you very much.
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    Does anyone know if Easton has an iphone app with this info?
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    Excellent, thanks!
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    good stuff bro thanks,
    does anyone have anything like this for cam timing

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    Good info to have. I already have it downloaded on my home computer but thanks to this post I am going to remember to put it on my lap top also. Thanks
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    Thanks for the post
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    Thanks! This will be a great help.
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    links no good....
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    “The rifle...may be used by evil men for evil purposes, but there are more good men than evil, and while the latter can not be persuaded to the path of righteousness by propaganda, they can certainly be corrected by good men with rifles.”

    Col. Jeff Cooper

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    thank you

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    thank you

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