Trad Talk Forums banner
button
1-16 of 36 Results
  1. TradTalk Main Forum
    Given that some basic bow/arrow tuning has been done and the arrow spine is pretty much spot on for the bow - they say a curved impact arrow pattern (like in drawing below - RH shooter) can develop because the plunger button is still a bit too far left or right...
  2. TradTalk Main Forum
    Hi All , Just starting to play with. some new arrows , and I am thinking they are a little soft , I am getting some noise and clipping of the bull dog collars as the arrows pass the button , I am presuming this is indicating that the arrows are to soft ? The arrows are 32 and half inch 500...
  3. TradTalk Main Forum
    I'm headed too WV for the IBO Trad Worlds in 10 days where my primary bow will be an "RU" rig comprised of my Spig 650 Club and RC Extreme limbs but something was bothering me where the rig just didn't seem to be giving me like results for the amount of effort I was putting in where it seemed...
  4. TradTalk Main Forum
    Someone move button back on the riser , making a new hole on It? The limit is 2 cm back from throat of the riser, but how can I measure this distance? Thanks Enviado desde mi XT1580 mediante Tapatalk
  5. TradTalk Main Forum
    When I tune a bow I do a walk back tune, starting at 10 yards anchoring at the same point on the string and walking back to get a straight line down the target. (Adjusting the pressure button to achieve the straight line) I have experienced an issue where at longer distances the arrow will...
  6. TradTalk Main Forum
    I am hoping that I have found a solution to the problem of how to install a diy adjustable pressure button through the standard 5/16"-24 threaded hole in a just-cut-to-center riser (zero center), without having it protrude too far from the sight window face of the riser and push the arrow too...
  7. TradTalk Main Forum
    I have been shooting Morrison metal risers, off the shelf (Velcro), but with a pressure button. I set up the center shot so that the arrow tracks directly down the center of the bow line/string. I then bare shaft and set button pressure according to fine tune on bare shaft. It seems that most...
  8. TradTalk Main Forum
    Hi all, just shot some new arrows, shot and bareshafted them and played around with the plunger a bit. Never considered the plunger a part of the bow of too much importance - once set the way I thought it was ok I left it that way and didn't pay attention anymore. It might have been so because...
  9. TradTalk Main Forum
    I'm not sure that's what they were called, but back in my unenlightened, wheelie days there were little rubber buttons you slid up on the serving under the arrow and you clipped your mechanical release under it. Wondering if anybody's tried one as an adjustable fixed crawl locator while you're...
  10. TradTalk Main Forum
    There was talk about a tool like this in a recent thread. http://www.fcainnovativearcherytools.com/ Plunger Tester, allows to set up perfectly your Plunger with a new one, or to facilitate the set-up of your actual Plunger, and test its functionality effective analysing the load of the...
  11. TradTalk Main Forum
    Sorry I doubled some way. Can't delete it.[ Later
  12. TradTalk Main Forum
    Why do they call it Secure button when the red button keeps falling out? Can I super glue this bad boy in place permanently? It would still work, right?
  13. Suggestions and Issues
    if you press the report button you are asked to give a reason. then click send and you get a error message. get it on my pc and phone. the one for reporting spam and such. is this just me or is it a known bug.
  14. TradTalk Main Forum
    Hi all I think this has been covered briefly in another thread but I wanted a bit more detail. I have a voucher for altservices burning a hole in my pocket, and I need a decent button for string walking. I have heard the Spigarelli Secur Button is very good for adjusting for different...
  15. TradTalk Main Forum
    OK hoping for help here... I have a riser that only has 1 hole for the plunger button. However I would like a second hole alongside it/in front of it. This will permit the use of certain wrap around arrow rests and give a few more tuning options. So whats involved in drilling and tapping...
  16. TradTalk Main Forum
    The report post button does work even though you get a fatal error at the very end when it tries to forward you back to your thread. Please go ahead and use it if you have to report a post. It will work and it won't harm anything. I hope to get it fixed in the next upgrade. But those of...
1-16 of 36 Results
Top