Having attended one of Dave's seminars quite recently I actually know the answer to this as I asked him that very same question. The short and sweet answer is this.....
They are small but compressed tubes of gas, that spew an orderless and invisible gas that only Dave is immune to. It covers an area of approximately 50 feet to either side of him. The gas effects the vision of other archers so that everything that they look at appears to be actually 3 inches higher than it really is............
And now, you know the rest of the story.............. ...........ck
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That there is the new ARchery Flask , you can take your rum and coke on the course with you!!!!
Or it could be where Dave hids the ashes of the guys he wastes!
Seriously , there are alot of people putting weight there, for myself it helped balance and the feel of the bow reaction of the shot. A nice place to put some extra weight without messing up the overall balance of the bow
That was the nicest looking bow that I have ever had. I almost didn't sell it because I liked the way it looked. Yes they are Master cams. I am in the middle of setting up an 02' Ultra Tec with them. I should have it ready to rock and roll this week. The 01' Master Cams are my favorite cams.
Chase, that is what you would call a target counter balance! Mine is the 3d counter balance. I patented it about 8 years ago, so don't go trying to take it away from me. I am working on being able to add weight to it in different weather and wind conditions! Stay tuned!!!
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