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  1. F.I.T.A. Classified
    SOLD Limbs are hardly used. There are mounting marks and other small scratches on the limbs Long, 44 pounds See picture(s) for more information Price: $539 Payment by Money Order or PayPal (add 3.5%). Shipping is included in the lower 48 states.
  2. Bowhunting and Bowhunter Showcases
    I’m wondering if my realm X at 55 pounds is enough to kill mid size feral hogs?? I’m planning to use a blackout lazer strike II expandable Broadhead. Any recommendations? Thank you
  3. Strings, cams, modules and limbs
    stock limbs off my evolve 31. Shot maybe a week before converting it to 80lbs. BLACK/RED LOGO $120 shipped
  4. General Archery Discussion
    It could be all in my head, but like to hear others chime in on this. I have the 2016 Z3 and love it in every way, except... Going by the specs it's only 1/3 to 1/2 pound heavier than some of my past bows, but it seems like it's 2lbs heavier with the same exact accessories (I transferred them...
  5. General Archery Discussion
    Hoping to get some feedback from folks that have gone from shooting 70lbs bows down to 65lbs. I am considering taking the leap on my new bow and understand that I will probably lose around 10fps by doing so. Just looking to get some feedback on expectations and if you were satisfied with the...
  6. General Archery Discussion
    Is there a industry standard that when you buy, say a 70lb bow it is within plus or minus a couple of pounds, or is it actually 70 pounds? And is 70 pounds the max or will some 70 pound bows actually go a pound or 2 higher?
  7. Hunting Bows
    I recently purchased a Bear Encounter off a guy from this website. He told me the limbs on the bow would go from 50-70 pounds, but they actually only go from 60-70 pounds. I need 50-60 pound limbs. So I am willing to trade the 60-70 pound limbs from the Bear Encounter for 50-60 pound limbs...
  8. Bow Tuning
    Do any of you guys know if a arrow spine of .3 would be good enough for 70# draw? My draw length is 28", and will probabley shoot 28 or 27 inch arrows.
  9. General Archery Discussion
    i want to be able to pull back more i can only get back 60# and id like to get about 65# how can i improve this?
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