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    I have been testing the drop away version of the Gabriel rest since last June. I have added my initial findings to the post by Stolid Bull, so that the important information could be found in one place. If you want to know whether my crawls were shortened, you will have to visit the post below...
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    doug (biglegmax) threw in a plunger with my morrison metal riser. good man, that doug. :) from the pics i've seen, it appears to be aae. i didn't want to like it, but i do. hate how far it sticks out though. always catching on something, and gouging me in the ribs when i nock an arrow...
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    There have been several threads recently on this rest and some questions on how to shorten it. This wasn't my idea I believe I read it here in the classics section but, I have never seen pictures on it and can't find the original thread - as we all know a picture is worth 1,000 words. Pic #1 -...
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    bought some new 3d arrows today and was wondering if anyone shoots a full length 33 inch arrow for stringwalking.i bareshafted and showed a little weak and i mean a little..i like the fact my craws are closer to my nocking whats your thoughts:goodvevil
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    Those are my 3 options. As I've dropped bow weight, I've been able to expand my draw length. That's good. Faster arrows, bone on bone anchor, etc.... Problem is, and I posted this a couple weeks ago, the tied string nocks are hitting my face, and making a nickel sized bloody spot on my...
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    Here's the thought; could a recurve be salvaged by cutting off the existing nocks and cutting new ones? This particular bow is a Pearson Pony 60" 26# with rotten wood at one tip. (Obviously been wet.) Would this 26# then just become say a 32# or some such thing? Ponder the probabilities and lets...
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