Glenn, iam using a flemish from Mike (8pt.buk). I have found the same thing, it likes all kinds of arrows, 18" laser3 pros shoot well too.Hi Brian,
You shooting the factory EL string or a Flemish? I'm still in process of trying different arrow setups. Everything I've shot so far flies very well so it's hard to figure out which set up to use!!
Triggers are very nice. Mine breaks at 3.7# with just a hint of creep (not noticed unless you really look for it). I haven't hunted out of a blind, but it works fine in a treestand. The adjustable stock can come in handy, as I needed to shorten it shooting over the rail on my stand. I haven't measured the width cocked, but it isn't really bothersome, although that said, I would like to get the Scout. Everybody talks about the weight, but unless you are backpacking several miles, I don't see it being a negative. Quivers can be mounted, I just prefer not having the extra weight out there on the bow.OK, Koda owners these bows have had my eye for a while. I've been back and forth and think the recurve is it. It's this one and you all know the other. I haven't seen any with quivers mounted, is it possible to get something to work? I think a side mount would look awesome on these bows. Also how are the triggers? Any creep, stage and what poundage would say they break? The weight I don't see it being a issue as it should make it more stable shooting off hand. What's the width when cocked? How are they in a blind or treestand? Sorry for the bombardment of questions, just trying to get em all in one posting. lol.
Hey NEPA, I didn't know if you knew that they have a new style Stringstop. It's a little lower which allows you to lower the BH and pick up a few more FPS. Not a big deal just thought I'd pass it on. Nice looking rig by the way. The quiver mount is solid and adjustable. I wish they had a way to use a top mount as I carry the bow on my back and it would be really nice if the quiver was on top and out of the way.Here is a picture of a Kwikee Kwiver on my Kodabow sitting on my workbench. That's right from the factory. The Kodabow in the picture is a Zulu Scout. Check out Kodabows web site. Lots of videos available also. Give them a call and talk to them. Buy with confidence! It is a tack driver.