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  1. Strings, cams, modules and limbs
    These limbs just came off my Hoyt PodiumX 37. I moved up in poundage so these are for sale. They are in superb condition and are 55 deflection. I ran these with GTX Cam & 1/2 cams for 30 to 40 pounds. Please check the tuning chart to be sure these are what you need for your setup. Sale is...
  2. Bowhunting and Bowhunter Showcases
    So my son has taken over my old bow since I got a new one last year. It's a Browning Micro Adrenaline. I bought it second fro a guy so I'm guess a 2005 model. He has it set at 40 pounds and can pull 45 but for now we are just getting used to making good groups. Out to 20 yards he's hitting...
  3. General Archery Discussion
    Looking for a broadhead for my wife's setup for hunting whitetail deer Shooting PSE Premonition 44# 27" draw 27" gold tip pro Hunter 500 313.8 grains total Was thinking of trying ramcats or montecs Any advice is appreciated Thanks in advance
  4. Traditional Archery
    Hey guys back again. Been getting pretty consistent at 20 yds with my little Bear Titan 30# bow, so decided to pace out another 10. Well at 30 yds I can hit the broadside of the barn, but not the target in front of it. The arrows just seem to catch the wind (just light breeze today) and go a...
  5. Crossbow Forum - General Crossbow Discussion
    New Crossbow design. 30" long. 20" Power Stroke. This design uses wasted stock length for additional power stroke. 130# limbs shoots 400 grain arrow at 364fps. Referring to the following video, a production model would have a rubber bumper to silence arrow loading...
  6. General Archery Discussion
    First up my setup: sf forged plus riser with magnetic rest sf premium woodcore limbs 70/18 reign recurve bow string no other attachments My draw length is 30 inches. As a result when i bought my setup at the shop they sold me a set of easton xx75 1916 full length arrows (31 inches). The issue...
  7. Broadhead Discussion
    My girlfriend has a Hoyt Charger set around 45 lb's and is going after her first turkey this spring. She shoots a fixed blade broadhead (muzzy) at deer due to her low poundage. However, with turkey's small vitals, a mechanical broadhead with a larger cutting diameter is obviously more desirable...
  8. Bowhunting and Bowhunter Showcases
    I am shooting 25" inch draw around 45 pounds, and I am wondering if I should get the Magnus Stinger 2 blade or Magnus stinger 4 blade (2 large blades with 2 smaller bleeders) broadhead. I am worried I won't get enough penetration with the 4 blade, but also won't get a good blood trail with the 2...
  9. General Archery Discussion
    Hi there! I've been shooting my bowtech heartbreaker for about 2 years now haven't really found a sight I'm completely happy with. I have been using mostly 5 pin sights, but since I only shoot at 24" and about 37 lbs it seems like I'm running out of adjustment range very quickly. Just put a new...
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