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    I recently bought a used Spig BB riser. I originally paired this with a set of 36# limbs. Today I brought out my slightly heavier limbs that I use on my warf for hunting. I draw 30" and this new riser/limb combo is right at 42# OTF. Although the limbs aren't 'heavy' per se, the slight change...
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    I recently bought a Glock 34 (because I have a wheelbarrow of 9mm still laying around from my tactical comp days) and?...I love Gen 2&3 glocks...anyways...I've been "out of it" a while and looking at some night sight options when I stumbled upon this excellent video regarding "Focus" and how...
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    Where is your focus you bring your shot to conclusion. When I'm string-walking and shooting well all I see once I start aiming is my spot I don't see the arrow tip at all. I know it's right there but I don't see it. This is the same for me with all other styles of aiming as well all I see is...
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    Cause what archer doesn't?...and I'd like to start this out by extending a HUGE THANKS to member JParanee...(and brace yourself Joe because I'm going to be gut level honest right up in the front end here)...as you see folks?...I think it was just a few months back that Joe was exalting the...
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    Too busy building a new house to shoot, but I'm back now...with a cool observation! Lock down! If you watch the great archers, that hit consistently you should notice one thing they all have in common...locking down. Take for example the terrific trick shooter, Byron Ferguson, or the fantastic...
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    Hey all, I'll likely be posting on here more frequently as it seems the amount of threads about shooting are crumbling in favour of mindlessly redundant ramblings on AT. Regarding what you focus on - if you shoot non-instinctive, do you focus on the front of the arrow tip (i.e. like you shoot...
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    One problem at weekend was as I loaded Scapula I was already holding nicely on aim in the spot and then sometimes it would just drift out for no reason, it was Ok as I just waited till if floated back into the spot but all my strong shots were when it stayed in the spot from the start, do you...
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    guys i tend to shoot a hybrid of all systems instinctive out to 15 though i gap when i am looking for ultimate precision, total gap when shooting between 20 and 25 yds and POA after that. My Point On range is usually 30 yds +/- 2 and anything over 30 i hold POA in inches above my target. my...
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    I was reading through another short riser thread -- actually Sam Dunham's post suggesting using longer risers for hunting -- when it occurred to me that I may be the only non-hunter on this website. Now, I have nothing against hunting, it's just that when I go to the mountains I would rather...
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    Hello, I got a chance at a riser with either of these limbs on it, don't know which is better? I did some research, know synerzy's had delam problems.....& there's a 2nd generation of synerzy's that stay together. Any way to tell the 2 diff Synerzy's aapart? Anybody take a shot at which is...
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    It's been asked a bunch, over the 6 or 7 years I've been hangin round... Can I put a sight on my recurve? SHOULD I put a sight on my recurve? I asked my old pal Screamin' Jay... Here follows what he seemed to say....
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    I found a place to buy the oplympic style archer glasses. I tried an pair on today and experimented with different lens configuration. The fellow that was help me (thanks to jhinaz) was a expert in rifle target shooting but not in archery. I was the first archer that he actually helped fit...
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    Hate to be a bother, but I was not able to combine the Focus limbs with my order, so I was looking at what else was available. They have a couple of sets of Win Win Synergy limbs for the same price as the Win Win Carbon Focus. Which ones are better limbs for the same $. thanks dave
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    How good are the WW Carbon Focus limbs? I have a chance to get a new set of 38# longs for $190. They had a few other sets but the weights and would be too much for me. thanks dave
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    OK, this thread is about where your optical focus should be when using different aiming methods. Lately, I have been trying to learn to use a pin sight on my recurve. This has lead to some frustration as I go from moments of accuracy to inaccuracy for no apparent reason. After a long shooting...
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    I have been shooting spots on the bag target lately and the groups are getting better but when I go to the 3-D target the groups seem to open up. It is like it is harder to find a focal point to focus on. Guess I better put the bag target up for awhile. What is up with that? :sbrug: Does...
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    I'd heard of this magazine a few times but had not really looked into it. I recently went to the website and found that they had an on-line subscription option. Perfect for me as I have enough magazines around cluttering up the house but better still you can search the archives of previous...
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    I was curious how many currently subscribe to this magazine. I've only viewed the sample content on their website but it looks like a magazine that I might be interested in. I understand that it has articles for compound shooters as well which isn't too big of a deal for me. But it looks like it...
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    We've got a variety of Win & Win Focus, Winact and XQ1 limbs in stock for immediate delivery. The prices are well under actual retail. These are hard to get and backorders can take a LONG time to fill. Win & Win Limbs
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    Can anyone tell me how these two W/W limbs compare? ...............................................Roby.....................................
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