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  1. General Archery Discussion
    I have been practicing with my Mathews Switchback LD with 60# limbs; 32" DL. It is in spec: no upper cam lean, 33 ATA, 9"Brace height. With the limbs tightened all the way in, my bow scale is reading 50.86#; If I back the bolts out 4 turns, I am getting almost 38#. The limbs have the Mathews...
  2. Traditional Archery
    I am wanting to get into trad-archery from compound shooting and looking at a good entry level bow-setup and thought I would see what some of the more experienced trad shooters thought. I am interested in the ILF setups due to their tunability and multitude of limb options. Due to cost I am...
  3. F.I.T.A, N.A.A., Collegiate Archery, And J.O.A.D.
    Hello everyone ... I bought Hoyt Formula Ion-X 25" Recurve Riser. Now I have a lot of Q :) 1- I bought riser online and when I asked Tech expert on this website about what is the best for me is it 25 or 27 he said I should take 25 because my height is 5.3 did he tell me the truth or what ...
  4. F.I.T.A, N.A.A., Collegiate Archery, And J.O.A.D.
    Hi! I shoot an Olympic recurve, my draw is about 28.5 inches and I currently pull about 24lbs. I want to start adding more weight gradually so I can shoot longer distances without running out of sight bar. I understand that I should collect sets of fairly cheap limbs until I reach my desired...
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