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    I was looking at the UK Mybo Pathefinder - a minimalist riser with a lot of deflex. http://www.ilovemybo.com/pathfinder-field-bow/ With the deflex, the specs are saying the BH will be 8.5" to 9.25" on a 19" riser. I draw 27" and most of my ILF setups with medium limbs on 19" risers, my BH...
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    Cleaning up house. I use this for about 40 or 50 arrows and I don't know that I'm going to To be shooting any wood arrows any longer. So my loss your gain. Basically brand new. I would do $100 shipped to your door in the lower 48!
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    Instead of derailing a different thread, I am starting a new one: What is the difference in the ILF Upper and Lower limbs. We have limbs that are marked Upper and marked Lower. We put them our risers accordingly. They appear to be identical. But are they? If one switches them, what happens?
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    Is the weight that goes in the original DAS risers available anywhere
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    looking for something under $500, which would be a little better in a 45# bow,for hunting and target
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    When using two Nock locators on the bow string is the lower locator used to establish the height of the Arrow Nock or is one supposed use the upper Nock locator? The required gap to avoid pinching at full draw would need to be the locator not used to set Nock height...right? I suppose the Arrow...
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    I have always found that when I use movable tie-on nock locators, like the ones Rick Barbee shows in his video, the bottom nock locator spins down the string as a I shoot. I have to keep winding it back up. I serve and tie in a direction so that I am tightening the knots as I release, but I...
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    Saw two bucks this morning, first went the other way, then around 10am I hear something coming. I didn't bother counting points as I didn't have enough fingers and deemed it more important to keep my composure. I knew I had climbed higher than normal but still feared shooting under the deer...
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    Have lately been shooting a korean trad bow & the combo of super light 52" bow with an easy draw out to 31" got me thinking that my hex5 limbs weren't ideally placed on a 25" riser - enter a $9 piece of red oak & a morning off & 4hrs later I had a roughed out 21' solid wood riser. Lots of...
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    Iv'e had 2 back operations in the last 2 years. I use to shoot a 55# recurve, after the 1st operation , after healing I went to my 51# @28" recurve and had difficulty pulling back to my draw lenght. 2nd operation ,I'm getting over it now. I want to start practicing again. I'm thinking of...
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    Hi all - I like that they're black and don't have massive screaming logos. But just how good are they? Specifically the BM wood glass ($130) and the BM carbon woods ($220) - in comparison to similarly priced limbs. I've got 3 BM sets but never tried anything else, beyond the stock limbs that...
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    As a target shooter I primarily use higher end arrows: Easton ACE's usually for 90 meters, and ACG's for all other distances. The fully made up arrows (full length 430 spine) are 344 and 434 gr respectively. This is to get the speed and distance that I need for longer distance shots, and to give...
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    Question for you archery formophiles: have been practicing with push vs pull release as a primary focus after aiming & find I do better with the push...but my point on target drops - see pic with lower center group a push release & higher Rt group a pull release. I would expect a DL increase...
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    I posted this thread a couple of days ago and we concluded to stay away from thinning glass and trap the limbs. However, we didn't discuss any methods for trapping. I have done this on quite a few bows that I repaired or built and have always done it by hand-filing or sanding the back edges at...
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    I have made all types of bows and repaired many bows but never needed to lower bow weight by sanding back or belly glass. Experienced input would be appreciated. Thanks
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    I have a set of Belcher ILF limbs, they have been painted black. There is no designation on which is lower and upper. I have it shooting really well, perfect flight but not sure if limbs are correct. I have to limb back out 2 turns and bottom back out 3/4 turn. Any advise on figuring out which...
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    I have a PSE Buckeye Takedown Recurve Bow Archery 35# Right Hand. I'd like a temporary way to lower the draw weight to 30# I can't change the length of my 28 inch draw. I read the post http://www.tradtalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=9742&highlight=lower+draw+weight so if the setup is Limb...
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    Hi, I've been shooting AFB for a while but because I have a fused left wrist I've had a few problems and had to stop for a while. I'm on the mend and with some work by the consultant I will be able to shoot again the way I want in another month or so. I had to switch hands and shoot with a...
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    Hi, I have read somewhere that I can lower draw weight of my Stallion putting something under limb butt but I can not remember where I have read it. How much can I deflex limbs on my Stallion? I get Kisik Lee book and now my draw lenght is 1.5" longer. I would like to get the same draw weight I...
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