Looking at the photos of the first leg of the World Cup that just took place and it appears that Braden is shooting an Ultra Elite. I thought he was shooting the Vantage Elite. What's up with that?
I posted that over at the other place yesterday....I was shocked also. :noidea:
But Braden shoots the Pro....:wink:
Dave also went back to his UE
Braden did start the Cup out shooting the VE though....there are pics of him shooting both....but the ones from the gold medal match he is shooting a Pro Elite....I did a double take.
But he went back to his old PEs not an Ultra.....:wink:Thanks for answering. The VE seems to be ticket for almost everyone. I thought maybe you were digging on that great speed the 09 Ultra Elite gets with the new Spiral X cam for outdoors. GREAT shooting at the first leg!
Braden, I am curious what you had to change on your VE to get it dialed in perfect the way you like?JBird,
I didn't have the time to get my vantage as dialed in as I wanted it before Dominican. I shot it in qualification and the first day of OR's and it shot well, but it wasn't "perfect."
After Dominican, I knew what I needed to iron out, got it taken care of, and the VE shot very well for me in Arizona... With the way it shot at the AZ Cup, I can tell you that it'll be the only bow in my hands the rest of the summer.
Wow awesome, thanks for sharing. I shoot most of my bows in the good enough situation, so it is nice to hear that the extra work really does make all the difference. I have a VE and a VP and they are both great bows.I didn't have the time or weather to spend as much time getting the bow ready as I would have liked... Instead of spending a day at 70m making subtle changes every couple of ends looking for the best group, I just ran an arrow through paper up close and said, "good enough."
As it turned out when I got to DR, good enough was good... but not great. If I made a good shot, the arrow would go where I was expecting about 4 out of 5 times... I was shooting a good number of tens, but my X counts were terrible... Now that I've had the time back home to get that day by myself at 70m, the bow has more than proven itself.