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    Too many questions. I just started shooting archery less than a month ago and tried the compound first and it was OK, fun and all. My son shoots both, compound and traditional. He was firm to explain that traditional was different than using the compound. I picked up a PSE Nighthawk. The...
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    To my great disappointment I've noticed that long and limber carbon shafts seem to be few and far in between these days. I'm down to my last 1/2 dozen of .500 Easton Lightspeed arrows and have yet to find a source to replenish my supply from. The problem is that I need a shaft that's at least...
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    I have been using a glove and shoot ok. Been wanting to use a tab for some time. Getting over the face slap and other issues after trying several tabs but they all seem to make me shoot left. Bare shafts for some reason hit center with fletched left. With glove they all hit the center...
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    a friend is trying to use some older Hoyt Pro Medalist limbs on an ILF riser. These are thicker & flat butts, no rockers. Mine are .732" at limb fitting hole, & my Winex is more like a tad under .6". WHo makes ILF fittings that are longer than normal? like by a tenth & a half. I KNOW - could...
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    I'm not sure if this is Dans or someone else. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    4" inches makes a difference Talking Risers here: ;) Easy Jeff I'm amazed at the difference in comfort and relaxed shooting a 25" Riser provides. I should have picked up a 25" long ago and developed my shot process. Groups are not great but they are much more consistent... Despite the...
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    Title says it all. I can think of. Dryad Border Who else makes xl ilf limbs Thanks Chad
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    Ive been thinking of what I would like in a long bow. Any reccomendations that fit the bill? -Trim. I dont want a bulky riser designed to add weight. -Long riser. 20"+ between the starts of the working limbs. -Stiff riser. -Narrow locator grip. -Working limbs start very slightly deflex to...
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    One of the IBO shooters in the Push video gave some advice to shoot as long of a bow as you can. Ive recently quit shooting groups, now I move to random areas within a 32 yard area and shoot for an IBO score. When I compare the results between the Gen 2 17"riser vs my 21" Dalaa the 21 tops...
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    I mean practical accuracy for target shooting or hunting. I realize that a machine could shoot most any bow accurately. Part of what got me thinking about it was looking at Kegans Omega bows and I notice Kegan suggest his Imperial over his Original for target shooting but he says the Omega has...
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    I have not been getting along with the stock grip on my Hoyt Horizon riser. The plastic grip is for the most part hollow, so not easy to modify. I ordered a new laminated wood grip that is much thinner and has a reduced grip angle. The grip angle really does not seem to make much of a difference...
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    I am ready to make the ilf plunge. Not looking for a replacement to my goto hunting recurve. Instead would love to explore the flexibility that ilf offers. In particular, the ability to add a plunger, riser, sites, clicker, or another make of limbs. What manufacturers offer METAL ilf risers...
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    Hey all, I shoot 3 under tabs and like to make my own from time to time. I like to get ideas from all different kinds of tabs and try them to see what feels and works best for me. So, I thought I'd ask and see how many others make their own tabs and maybe get some new ideas to try. I'd like...
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    I am looking for a new riser. I have a DAS 17 and 21, A TD3 and a Titan 17. I have read rave reviews for the Hoyt Excel, but what make one riser so much better than the other. Is there that much of a difference between the an Excel and the top e.g. Hoyt, W&W, etc? that can command such price...
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    I got a little time fling some arrows yesterday evening so I grabbed the bow and trotted outside. I'm still piece-milling this bow together, and haven't done much in the way of tuning yet. I'm mainly just working on form and really feeling back tension right now. Anyway, after doing a bit...
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    Whether it be a pill bottle, snuff can, wingbone, or box, I'd like to see 'em. I've made some myself but hope to try a making a box or scratch call soon with some recently acquired mahogany.
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    Rudi makes his own custom bows, just amazing work. http://www.rudiweick.de/
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    Thank you Sam for doing what you do. Here is a little something that proves your work is indeed exceptional.:youdaman: I coupled Sams riser with a set of TradTech Black Max Glass/Wood Recurve Limbs at 55# and got to practicing for my MCAAP draw hunt. Well I got lucky!
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