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Been tuning a new bow I recently got. 44# Stalker Wolverine. Shoots great and is one of the fastest I have owned. Im getting the full 44# out of it with my 28" draw. I could not get any 600 to tune out of it at all. Closest I got was a 29.5" 1916 with 100 grain point but the FOC was in the...
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When shooting GAP I require an offset to the right for some reason. I am assuming my posture or head alignment has changed .How do you Gents ensure you have the exact same head alignment on every shot?
When I shoot split with my ILF I can place the string on my nose. Shooting 3 under and GAP...
WEll i have my bow tuned and it really like the 300 grain head. the bareshaft is slightly nock right but i heard its ok for that. Would a head this heavy be ok for deer hunting? didnt know if i was going to heavy.
hey guys what is a really good flying heavy broadhead around 200 grains? im thinking me setup will be shooting heavy heads but i will find out next week. I just wanted to know what a really good flying bran of heavy broadheads were and experiences with them.
thanks all good shooting
Formula more so.
Basically, one of the big bonus to ILF is weight adjustment.
The idea of 10% adjustment is appealing.
10% of 40lbs is 4lbs.
4lbs is 2" of draw on a limb that gains 2lbs per inch.
the Formula system, is 40% longer in the levers. which means 40% less adjustment.
For those of us that shoot three under with a finger referencing the corner of the lip, what has a greater impact at 20 yards for vertical variability, draw length or head position (angle)?
Where this is coming from is that the head can have some tilt forwards and backwards, even though the...
I hang, skin, and process my deer with the head up rather than head down on a gambrel.
This video talks about the advantages and why.
I was in Salt Lake this past weekend for a convention. I had some dead time so I went to see and exhibit of the Dead Sea scrolls. One of the displays was of six bronze three blade arrow heads that were recovered from one of the digs. They were approximately 2000 years old and the workmanship was...
I post this ever once in a while. I really prefer a cheap two blade broad head for small game instead of any of the small points. Mike and I had been lucky the last few years, we were able to get seconds.
Years ago there was a cheap sheet metal stamped arrow called Varminter. Seems to be...
I purchased a Red Wing Pro Slimline that was made by Head Ski Co. I believe that would date the bow to '68 or '69 being a preAMF. Is this correct?
Despite having the same profile as my AMF slimline, the grip on the Head Ski bow is slightly slimmer, which I like.
Any thoughts on...