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    I may have egg on my face if someone can tell me where this is in the manual, but I can’t find a brace height recommendation in the DAS Tribute manual. Setting mine up with Dryad LBX limbs. Anyone know where I can find a brace height table? Or know the recommended range? Also, anyone else...
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    Like new, barely used. 30$ tyd, PayPal only PM if interested. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Anyone know where I can find these for my ILF riser elevated rest set up? Has 6-32 threaded hole in end and need to find some more somewhere? What are they called? Thanks.
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    We started our WA field league at our club recently and I would like to get the most out of my set up. I have a 23" Hoyt Matrix riser with short 40lb Ultimate Pro limbs, my DL is 26", arrows are full length Platinum Plus 1913 with 64 gr. nibbs. Fingers. I am getting accustomed to the meter...
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    This is NOT a competition plunger, more for guys who are "nearly traditional". Use a piece of round felt wick, about right size to screw into plunger hole. Wrap cellophane tape around it until threads "bite" properly. Trim to fit. Done. I found this on Ebay for $10, can make dozens of...
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    Hey all, Question I'd like to get some info on, if you don't mind. I have never set up or used a target style bow so if my questions are absurd or just plain dumb, I apologize. I am wondering how important a plunger is in setting up a target ILF bow. The only riser I have that a plunger...
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    I am wondering about setting up my new recurve (Samick Sage), I like the simplicity of shooting off the shelf but the tuning capabilities of a plunger and a rest is a consideration. Any input would be appreciated.
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    I have one riser that I'd like to set up using a plunger for hunting. Most appear a bit fragile, and the one time I did use a plunger years ago it froze up with moisture and became worthless. Anyone have any suggestions on what a good hunting plunger would be if there is such a thing.
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    I was seeing how my bare shaft was flying today. Compared to my fetched, The bare shaft was weak, landing right about 8 inches or so. Per the easton arrow tuning guide I increased stiffness on the plunger. Which only seemed to make the the arrow fly weaker and land farther to the left? So I shot...
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    Is there anything you can do with a plunger to make it possible to shoot heavier spined arrows.I am shooting bows in the 28-32#range but want to shoot wood arrows spinned 45-50?
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    Given that some basic bow/arrow tuning has been done and the arrow spine is pretty much spot on for the bow - they say a curved impact arrow pattern (like in drawing below - RH shooter) can develop because the plunger button is still a bit too far left or right...
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    Anyone used a plunger on their bb warf and if so which one?
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    I'm trying out a plunger and elevated rest for hunting season. It's a WF19 riser and new Dryad RCTX limbs. The problem is I can't seem to get the twang noise out of the rest. Any advice is greatly appreciated.
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    My Gen2 has this setup. Was considering doing something similar on my Tribute, using the shelf bump made for it. Would like to see how others set up off the shelf. Also, I remember someone, maybe D. Soza using a bolt in the plunger hole with a fur or Velcro pad instead of a plunger.
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    In the course of rehabbing a recent shoulder injury I was left not shooting for 2 weeks and then shot a 20# youth bow off and on last week and in deciding I was ready to get back on my lightest DW big boy bow?...I spun the limb bolts out on my Spig 650 Club bringing it down too it's lightest DW...
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    This will be my first year shooting BB field. My set up is going to be A Spigarelli BB riser, Hoyt 40# 840, Centaur 45# or Border Hex 7.5 45#. I really like the ease of tuning and durability of a Springy. My question is, is the springy good for string walking to be competitive?. If not any...
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    I can understand moving the plunger in and out to hit your mark but spring tension I'm clueless.It seems to me total spring tension your flight would be repeatable.On the other hand if it is to loose it does nothing.Midrange if your release is inconsistent every arrow would fly where ever the...
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    This is a product idea I myself was entertaining the development of until I discovered that EXE (through parent company "bignami") has already put into production with their "Magnetic Jet" plunger which works on "Magnetic Repulsion" rather than mechanical springs. I called John Wert at LAS...
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    I'm looking to put a more forgiving rest on my Titan III than my current stick-on shelf. For those who have used the options mentioned in the title of this thread, which do you prefer for hunting and why? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    I have been debating buying a bernardini cobra for a 3d rig, and noticed how high the plunger hole is. what effect will this have on point on and the ergonomics of the bow. it seems like the grip is designed so that the hand is closer to the shelf so maybe that makes up for the difference in...
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