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    Just bought a Gold Medalist riser and need a grip. Anyone have an extra?
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    Do they use their own unique limb attachment or are they ILF or what? Is there an easy conversion to make them ILF if not?
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    I've read about quality problems with gold tip shafts. This summer I shot a friends 600 Entradas from my bow. They seamed to shoot well . I was shooting 600 redlines . Other than the lighter weight shaft I couldn't tell any differance . Has the quality gotton any better ? Or was I just shooting...
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    I purchased a Gold Medalist a while back.Just now getting around to playing with it.Wanting to use it for a form bow and to help improve my release.Its 66'' and 26# @ 28''.And I draw 28''.What would be a good arrow choice and were could I find some?Most places I've visited don't carry arrows...
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    Is the Hoyt GM a good riser?Compared to other let's say intermediate priced risers like Winstar 2 or the Samick Aguilla or Mizer.Found one I could purchase but want to make a good decison.Thanks tradrick
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    Bought a set on EBay few weeks ago cheap. They are old med. 43/28 and had the old oblong limb tip phenolics and looked un-used. I went over the limbs and could"nt find anything wrong, so I went to the time of glueing new Micarta tips and strung them up. They shoot high with even tiller, so I put...
  7. Hunting Camp
    Currently shooting Maximas out of my warf. They are about 7gpp and are zipping right along at 200fps I am not one of the 12gpp traditional types. However, just curious on your thoughts on performance between the CX maxima and the gold tip traditional. Going after Sitka blacktail and elk...
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    I just purchased a Hoyt Gold Medalist 25 with Gold Medalist international fitting limbs. I was wondering if the limbs are fastflight compatible or should I use dacron? Any input would be greatly appreciated.
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    I bought a nice Hoyt Gold Medalist, and I was wondering what kind of rest I need to purchase to take advantage of the Verta Tune function (up and down motion of plunger). I seems to me that If I put a standard flipper with a hole for the plunger in it, that once it is mounted, that the...
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    I'm setting up a goldmedalist with medium limbs . I assume this will make a 68" bow ? What would be a good starting point for brace height ? Also I need to make a string . How long ....64 , 65 " ? thanks Darren
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    I just got a message from my cousin that he has a Bear Formula Gold target bow that he could sell me "at a good price." Well, I found a little bit of info on this bow on the Archery history website, but not much. Anyone familiar with this bow? Is it a good bow? What would be a fair price to...
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    since I am an expert metallurgist if the metal comes in contact with any kind of food, I was sure that a sardine can lid would have just the right properties to make an under the arrow clicker. I cut out this shape with a heavy pair of leather shears. For the time being I just glued the...
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    Black on black is kinda hard to photography. If you look carefully in the middle of the black part on the butt of the Hoyt Carbon Plus ya will see a mini limbsaver button on the back. If you place the mini limbsaver such it fits in the Gold Medalist limb pocket thusly. With a pair of...
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    I am going to be buying a dozen gold tip traditional hunters in 35/55 for my 48 pound recurve. I'm still new at getting arrows to fly well out of traditional bows. Could someone please give me a good starting point for arrow length, tip weight,how much weight I need up front total, etc. What...
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    Gidday all, On the Goldtip calculator I find the recommendation for a 45lb stick bow @28inches is the "5575" shaft. That sounds a bit heavy/strange to me. I sometimes shoot the 3555 shaft now,but their very twitchy an you can see that in flight they'd rather be some place else. Indeed,if you...
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    Another in a SERIES of discussions about various carbon arrows. This one is about GOLD TIP Please provide personal experiences and/or data that you have. Also, provide links to previous discussions here at TradTalk, as well as other forums about GOLD TIP. thank you :)
  17. Watering Hole
    This isn't archery related so I put it in the watering hole here. I just got home from my first fencing tournament and I won. It wasn't the olympics or anything it was a beginners tournament (less than 1 yr experience). I am very happy because I have only been fencing for 8 weeks and the...
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    Greetings, As you may know, Hoyt was good enough to send me a gratis set screw for my riser to replace a lost screw. Well, the envelope arrived today and they sent me a package of 4 set screws and 4 limb adjustment screws (these are the reverse thread screws). I needed only the one set screw...
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    Greetings, I would be interested in hearing your opinions regading these two risers. The Samick offers additional adjustability as compared to the Hoyt. Is this of real value to the beginning archer? Ergonomics seem to be very similar, at least as far as the photos show. Thank you...
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