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Take the best in archery industry. What would you slap together?

Here are mine:
Hoyt Ultra-Elite Shoot Thru Riser but make riser longer
Mathews Limbs 60#
43-45 A2A
Bowtech Wheelie Cams
PSE Sure Grip off set and high grip
Winners Choice TRC System Cable Guard
7" Brace Height
STS
Easton 38" front stab
Easton V Bar 17 degree off set left stab 8" long right stab 5" long
Trophy Ridge Dropzone
Sure Loc 9"
Spott Hog Haugernaut w/2x lens
Clarifying peep
Easton ACC's
NAP target qucik spins (those tiny buggers are awesome)
 

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Maybe Barnsdale limbs instead and scrap the Sure Loc sight bar. The Hoggernaut has a better sight bar on it IMO. It's possible to get some minor play in the Sure Loc when you jiggle it, even the Supreme has this problem. Part of the slight play comes from the Sure loc armored axis I've found. One of the reasons I much prefer the Shibuya sight bars now. I've found the Hoggernauts sight bar to be super tight as well. Zero play when jiggled.

I'd personally would prefer the older Hoyt side plates too. Those grips were phenomenal, especially on the slimmer handles like the Sierratec.
 

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Zen Archery said:
Take the best in archery industry. What would you slap together?

Here are mine:
Hoyt Ultra-Elite Shoot Thru Riser but make riser longer
Mathews Limbs 60#
43-45 A2A
Bowtech Wheelie Cams
PSE Sure Grip off set and high grip
Winners Choice TRC System Cable Guard
7" Brace Height
STS
Easton 38" front stab
Easton V Bar 17 degree off set left stab 8" long right stab 5" long
Trophy Ridge Dropzone
Sure Loc 9"
Spott Hog Haugernaut w/2x lens
Clarifying peep
Easton ACC's
NAP target qucik spins (those tiny buggers are awesome)

Why you wanna go an mess up an Ultra Elite with those crappy limbs and wheels?:eek: :wink:

How are you gonna shoot a Hoggernaut and a Sure Loc?

If you are gonna get the best scrap those ACCs....now don't get me wrong I love them that is all I like to hunt with and they are good for spots and 3D...but Easton does make the Navigator, ACE and X10 which are all better target arrows.

Plus you have to get rid of those Quick spins....get you some real vanes....Flex Fletch.

I almost forgot...ditch that DropZone fast....put a Tuner or Spring Steel on that bow...real target shooters shoot a blade.
 

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Zen Archery said:
Take the best in archery industry. What would you slap together?

Here are mine:
Hoyt Ultra-Elite Shoot Thru Riser but make riser longer
Mathews Limbs 60#
43-45 A2A
Bowtech Wheelie Cams
PSE Sure Grip off set and high grip
Winners Choice TRC System Cable Guard
7" Brace Height
STS
Easton 38" front stab
Easton V Bar 17 degree off set left stab 8" long right stab 5" long
Trophy Ridge Dropzone
Sure Loc 9"
Spott Hog Haugernaut w/2x lens
Clarifying peep
Easton ACC's
NAP target qucik spins (those tiny buggers are awesome)
Why not just buy a Martin Razor X with shoot thru and build off that
 

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I can't get as specific on the accessories, but I'd like to get a Merlin SuperNova riser and limb pockets. Add a set of Barnsdale limbs with the pretty wood veneers under clear glass for limbs. Either Merlin Omega cams or maybe the Wedel cams that I've read so many good things about. Since I would also use the bow for hunting I would get the riser powder-coated in black wrinkle, limb pockets in flat black, and hopefully be able to get the limbs in a low-gloss finish...:tongue:
 
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