Anyone shooting the Border Mirage ILF with the covert geometry. what's the noise levels like and how does it compare against the bolt down.
I like the idea of a more de-flexed 23" riser with hex6.5's or CVX's, but not sure about ILF.
I was weighing some of our new Epic RC limbs on a 17" TT riser and a Best "Moon" riser and found that I'm confused. The two risers only had a 3 pound difference in weight at 28".
Does anyone have any idea what the difference between the Best and a Hoyt 25" is?
I was wondering what makes a for a good ILF long bow riser? Would a 17 to 19" riser with 15 degree limb pads work? I have a 32" draw, so I would be looking at Dryad XXL limbs or the equivalent. Thanks, Woody
Perhaps its obvious, but I haven't been able to really nail it down.
Do all ILF limbs conform to precisely the same geometry, i.e. mounting stud o.c. spacing, stud sizes and thread pitch, mounting plate dovetail and o.a. dimensions, etc.?
I keep on getting the sense that certain manufacturers...
Most lately I have heard a lot about pocket angle on warf Bows. I'm thinking that most are NOT equating their values of angles off the centerline of the Riser in the vertical. Measure up a straight line from the grip pivot point in the vertical, then off this line, make your pocket angle...
I know theres several form issues that give poor clearance and string slap results. I have noticed better clearance with my BB warf vs proline conversion. The proline seems to be a steeper riser angle. Can that cause or contribute to poor clearance?
Anyone know the reflex geometry of these Hoyt bows?
Next question. How does all of this play into the angle of the limb (dangle), recommended brace height, string contact at limb tip, noise, speed, forearm string slap (obviously I have an issue with this), etc.?
I have debated which forum to post this thread under and have decided this one because of the volume of readers. I am looking for any and all opinions, novice and expert. Thanks, and now to the question..
One morning, while camping and hunting in the mountains of WV, I woke up to find my only...
In another thread, the term "shoulder geometry" was mentioned.
The term seems to be another way to describe alignment. Consistent geometry would seem to be a major key to accuracy, especially in vertical spread. (my major weak point)
How can I figure out which geometry is the best for me. I...
All the FITA limbs with ILF are setup to mount to the multitude of different risers(Martin/Hoyt/W&W/Spigarilli/PSE). Does this mean that all the riser manufactures are standardized on one limb angle? I recognize that the pockets would all need to be the same to take the ILF fitting but they...