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    Riser arrived 9 weeks 2 days after I ordered it from my local archery shop. This is the first 25” riser I have owned. The package contained allen keys, a HOYT stick on super rest with thin/thick self stick pads, a high wrist flat profile black grip and HOYT generic target recurve manual. The...
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    OK there's not much to review, but it's a damn nice strap on quiver. It's the adjustable length model with the small fry head and optional 5 arrow holder. It's plenty big enough for 5 broadhead tipped arrows, or in my case 4 with a judo. It hardly weights anything. It does require 1 mod...
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    CD WF 29 XO Initial Review: The 29er can best be summed up as an extremely stable barebow riser, as it was designed to be. It has some special characteristics that make it unique among he current barebow risers available, and that is beyond just its obvious increase in length. A WA legal...
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    Hi All, I've been using Trad Vanes since they were first available and have taken them on 2 hunts so far. I hunt in a lot of wet weather and was really excited about these initially but, overall, my results have been mixed and I'm sticking with feathers for now for most of what I do. For...
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    Just got a new (used but new to me) Best Zenit. Decided to try a Jager grip rather than modify the stock grip or make my own out of epoxy putty, as I've done for other risers I've had. Wow! I didn't realize what a difference it would make. I got the relatively new design, the Jager CMS (for...
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    First of all, thank you for stopping by to read my post and secondly, I do hope you enjoy my review of my new bow. With the 2019 ASA rule change and with added class of Barebow which would allow stringwalking in a competitive class, I began to look replace my well love and overly worn out 23"...
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    I was pretty excited when OMP announced their Night Ridge ILF riser @ last ATA. What's not to like?? Basically an ILF version of Hoyt Buffalo....The "Slim down" Satori with Pro-Fit style low grip..... that we all wished for but Hoyt never gave us.. Priced under $300 riser only...So my fair...
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    While I was tempted to jump on the Hex8 bandwagon?...I was still so impressed with my Covert Hunters Hex7.5 limbs that my level of contentment gave me pause as my attention was drawn to yet another Borders product making it's debut...the hot rod successor too Borders venerable CV limbs the...
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    Pretty damn close to being a release aid while still being "trad"...
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    I have now had my new Hoyt Satori in 66 inch, 45 pound @28 inches for a little over 2 months. I thought it might be opportune to review it right now, even though I have mentioned the bow a couple of times on this site. I am 6’1” tall and have a 30 ½ inch draw length. When I tried out the Satori...
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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 have had a couple of sessions with the new Uukhas and a crony now. The limbs are short, marked 38# giving me 37-42 at my 26 3/4" draw on a 17" Das Master. I had the older x-curve mediums before also giving lower than expected poundage. The limbs arent as pretty as the cross weave carbon of the...
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    Hey everyone, Check out our YouTube Channel for our new video on how to camo spray paint a trad bow. If you have a bow that needs a facelift or you don't want to pay $150-$200 on film dipping, watch our new video on an easy cost effective way to camo a trad bow at home!! Also we review some...
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    Well, the honeymoon period is over, and I am still enamored by this riser. I’ve had the Border Tempest 19” riser in my possession for about 5 weeks now. We all know and have experienced the obsession phase when we first get our hands on a new bow. I really wanted to put this riser through its...
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    http://www.sportingshootermag.com.au/rifles/benjamin-pioneer-airbow-in-depth-review
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    Gentlefolk...I was recently contacted and afforded the opportunity to render a personal review of a new string material labeled.... "Majesty 777" In speaking with the supplier of this string all we know is the composition is claimed to be of... "100% UHMWPE"...
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    The Tempest is my first 25" riser. I got it because I wanted to start shooting indoor spot leagues. When I started shopping for risers I was looking at every model out there and just about jumped on a Stolid Bull Black Thunder but then I heard Border was developing the Tempest. Since I have had...
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    I made a review of the new Spiga that I post here and on forum 24 over at Acherytalk. The DMS riser is a new offering from the well known italian company Spigarelli. With the DMS they expand their lineup of risers to five models. The other options are the barebow heavyweight 650 Club, the...
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    This is a bow a Fine Gent (and wonderful online bud) offered to send me to try out when I made public my interest in the possible purchase of a new Blacktail a couple weeks ago (prior to actually purchasing a pre-owned Covert Hunter) where I mentioned my only hold back on dropping huge bucks on...
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