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    What do you recommend for a thread locker on sight bracket/riser 10-24 stainless steel screws? Riser is aluminium or magnesium, depending which vendor one believes. That wee little bit of blue Loctite I previously used has proved barely reversible. (picture 12 mules, an ice spud, a four...
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    Does he miss a crucial point here? As in, fletched arrows go where they are pointed?
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    Any Delta blues fans out there? Robert Johnson, Son House, Willie Brown, Tommy Johnson, Charley Patton? This is a piece I am working on translating to open G tuning on the guitar. I have worked for years to come up with my interpretation of the rhythmic guitar style which I find so fascinating...
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    Something to pass the time
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    There's nothing I hate more than checking the cams and finding that they have misfired and filled up my cards with nothing more than landscape pictures taken every three minutes.
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    Matt mentioned in another thread that these were long shafts. I have never used CX before. I was wondering if this shaft would accept uni bushings, and G nocks, and how about the same field points I use in my Beman hunters? Thanks Doug
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    i saw a promo on a program pbs is running about alan lomax called "alan lomax, song hunter" i believe. they are running it on our local out of seattle this week i believe. it will be worth watching/recording. larry
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    Greetings all ~ Well, nor'western Nevada is under water, and the rain is still bucketing down, and in general, this is being the WETTEST winter we've had in nine years. So, I thought I'd ask ... to my fellow archers in northern climes, what do YOU do during these nasty winter months? Do some...
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    :mad: Well got me a set of 45# limbs for my Stallion and sometimes I wanna kiss them and sometimes I wanna throw them in the stove!!! Kinda of funny when you are used to shooting 65# limbs. The main thing I am seeing is that my release needs work with the heavier limbs I couldn't see this...
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