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  1. General Archery Discussion
    Looking for specs on this Hoyt Exciter bow with Fastflight limbs. In particular the string length, current string is broken, approx. 57.5 inches. Hoyt site does not list FastFlight limbs as a possibility for 1997. I suspect the bow is 95 or 96. It has master cams, #3 with a #3 module and the...
  2. Traditional Archery
    All: I recently chip a piece of wood overlay on my Ben Pearson Cobra recurve. I went ahead and removed the wood overlay material, because I wanted to make the bow FastFlight compatible. I sanded and prepped the tips. Since I didn't have any Phenolic material laying around, I cut a couple pieces...
  3. Arrows & Strings
    I barely know anything about bow strings, so here I am, to ask a lot of questions :D First of all, I shoot with a olympic recurve bow. My string was a Stone Mountain D97 68" of 18 strands. It broke last week, so I had to use a borrowed different used string for a tournament yesterday, but thats...
  4. F.I.T.A, N.A.A., Collegiate Archery, And J.O.A.D.
    I have a mid 70's Fred Bear Victor Viking Olympic Style Recurve that ive been shooting a lot with. Shooting great. Ive been shooting Dacron and B55. Currently Im shooting a combination/older Fastflight Kevlar that has some give. Any Idea of how using a newer kevlar fastflight string would do? I...
  5. Traditional Archery
    Been reading up on bow strings and just needed some clarification on a few things. Does the strand count in a string affect how hard or easy a bow is to pull? I've been reading about FastFlight and DynaFlight strings, are they the same thing, just different brands or materials? Are...
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