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    I believe this video is very well done. I like the looks of their bows...:)
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    so right now im shooting a 40 # recurve and ive settled on beman 500s with 75 gr inserts and 150 heads. to the eye they seem to fly well but they seem to still stick slightly to the left out of the target. whats one do to correct this? also just to be sure with 2 blade heads do you want the...
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    Fine old ones, too. - lbg
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    http://www.irishcentral.com/culture/entertainment/Inspiring-new-Guinness-ad-pays-tribute-to-our-heroes-this-4th-of-July-VIDEO.html
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    It would be important for some of the more experienced archers in barebow to share how they go about fine tuning groups. Maybe it could even be a sticky in the Classics section? Of course gross tuning, bare shaft, and paper is important to get the right match but what procedures could you...
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    RU class Jared Neal 405 Jason Westbrock 401 Mark Lynde 395 Scott Antezack 383 Don't know about the other classes Matt
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    I currently shoot easton powerflights 32" with 160grain point. These bareshaft great out of my setup, show very slight weak/nock high. I was ordering some archery gear and the vendor had beman ics bowhunters, which I thought were the same shaft as easton powerflights. They look the same apart...
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    well I found an arrow that flys very well within the designated yardages in the tournaments I compete in. It seems that the arrow wants a 125 grain tip more than a 125. I'm going to play with the 125's and the 100's now and see what works best. I'm curious about feathers. I am currently...
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    Yesterday I got up nice and early and made the trip out to Monticello, Ky and spent the day with Sam Koger. I had a super day and learned alot of important stuff that I need to know that I didn't. Sam taught me how to make flemish twist strings, fletch arrows, and how to get my bows set up...
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    Let me tell you a tale about two of our members. This all started a few weeks ago. Roger Sr. posted a thread asking the potential value of a bow with three sets of limbs. Two sets were Hoyt's with a draw weight of 25# and 31#. I made a comment on the thread saying that if the riser he was...
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    I can't get rid of this bow...it shoots great...it is slow but I think that's more my draw length than anything...what kind of arrows?...and what about the 10 grns. per pound weight of arrow?..3 pc modern lb...56" 45#@26.5" draw:help:
  12. Hunting Camp
    My first day turkey hunting Monday of this week, proved to be about as eventful as one could hope for. Resuming my Saga from last season, "In Quest of a Long Beard", here's another great chapter in turkey hunting for ya's. I have not seen many turkeys this year, my blind is setup in a likely...
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    Ok here's the deal. I'm trying to tune my arrows and usually I go all out with OL planing method but I'm trying to speed things up a little. 52# DAS Master (yes David I FINALLY got around to shooting it) :rolleyes: shooting 20 yds at a 300 spot with bare shafts I got these results. CX Term...
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    this is one of them. It is a Horne Combo hunter longbow 66" 50#@28". and it has a surprise. Mark made me a double shelf out of the bow. Like all my Horne bows when tuned to the arrow they will put the arrow where ya want it rusty
  15. Watering Hole
    found this surfing while doing black smith researching, neat art work not sure why it was invented maybe a under ground movement to have cats and mice fight it out to the death gladiator style? shrugs. http://www.jeffdeboer.com/Galleries/CatsMice/tabid/63/Default.aspx
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    I have been tuning for myself as well as a few freinds here lately and have learned somethings and have raised a few questions at the same time. Thought with hunting right around the corner some discussion might be helpful as well as timely. I bare shafted one of my Quinns and after putting on...
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    Okay experts I need a little help I have been shooting quite a bit latley with this little 45# quinn and a clickty-clicker and my main target as of latley have been bottle tops at 18+ Yards. Here is my question I am seeing some real improvement and have been pretty happy with the results however...
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    Traditional 3D classes don't allow an elevated rest on a recurve, do they? What class would a DAS recurve shoot with an elevated rest? Also what class would a multiple pin sight with elevated sight shoot. I'm hoping someone has already researched the rules for these question. Thanks in advance!
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