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any luck at all. :thumbs_do

My High Country Excalibur was stolen back a few months ago

Well, I bought a new bow but just now got it set up to shoot.
The guy setting it up cranked the limbs down as tight as he could
for me to measure my draw length and I pulled it back no problem.

But I forgot it was all the way down, so Friday night I am sitting on the
floor putting some sights on the bow.

I decided to get my wife to mark some arrows I have to get them cut shorter
to fit this bow.

I pull the bow back on 70#s and hurt my damn shoulder!!

now, I can't even pull it back. :angry:
Then I pulled something in my wrist yesterday.
When it rains it pours.
I should have known better than to pull the bow back sitting on the floor like that when I have not pulled one back all year.

I hope it gets well soon, or I'll have to let the limbs all the way out and
see if that works.
 

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Back the limbs out. I shoot 62#'s and love it.
 

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Ooh! Too bad about the shoulder! That is some nasty stuff. Oh yeah, one last question! So what were you pulling when you hurt your wrist? :eek: :p :tongue: :zip: Sorry, I couldn't resist! :D
 

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More is sometimes not as good as less!

You don’t need to shoot gorilla weight, back her off some more.
 
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