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    I wanted to ask about a method I use but may not be correct? When i begin tuning a new arrow setup , I take a single bareshaft and shoot it and look at flight and or impact and tears in cardboard target. I have a set of various length bareshaft to try and compare flight. If i know an arrow...
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    I have to keep my practice rep down. So I use shooting aids. David Sosa had many innovative ideas. Not the least of which is the hunting sight he devised. This is a shot from 18 yards which is in the dead center of the glow green sight oval
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    Wit a onepiece you can not adjust tiller by adjusting limbbolts. Is it possible to compensate for a crawl by adding more stringsilencer on the lower part of the string? //Peter
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    Has anyone seen any new toys at ATA that would apply to our sport? I’m keeping my eyes and ears open to hear about the new W&W NS flax limbs... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    I have never shot a single bevel broadhead. If it screws on to the arrow, how do you keep it from unscrewing when it hits a target or the game, and rotates? Do you have to choose a right bevel, or a left bevel, to avoid this?
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    I just ordered some grizzly single bevel heads. I am curious to hear from you guys about your experience with single bevel heads vs double bevel. I am shooting 45# and 440 grain arrow. Im at 20% FOC with my GT Pierce arrows. This year I will be hunting antelope, whitetail and turkey so I...
  7. Hunting Camp
    Looking for a good, easy to use sharpener for my SteelForce single bevel heads. What's my best option?
  8. Hunting Camp
    I just ordered the SteelForce 225 grain single bevel broadheads and some 225 grain field points to practice with. I planning on using the single bevels for elk and whitetail this fall. I'm shooting a #60 Bear Kodiak Hunter, with GT 29.5" 340's. I've been watching with Dr. Ed Ashby, unfortunately...
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    I haven't ever used any and haven't bought any yet, but was wondering with the increased rotation of a single right bevel head, do any of you guys ever in counter your broadheads loosening on impact? Of course I'm suggesting that they are screw in heads.
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    I'm wanting to try some 175 grain two blade broadheads. I'll be using them on mainly whitetail and possibly elk. My bow is a 60# bear kodiak hunter and my arrows are 29.5" gold tip 340 spine. I don't want to "break the bank" when it comes to spending money on broadheads. I just want a good, easy...
  11. Hunting Camp
    Just finished this right bevel 175 grain Grizzly for a guy at work. The shape of this Broadhead makes it very easy to sharpen. I hope hunt sharp availability out of the box does not sway broadhead choice. This straight edge and single bevel is very user friendly.
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    Big Congrats to my friend Michael Mohl on his first single string buck Mike used a Morrison Phoenix Riser border Raptor Limbs Muzzy Phantoms Congrats buddy
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    The sheer number of missed/wounded deer post that come up this time of year is staggering and that's the guys who have the stones to post. Accidents and bad shots happen but for heavens sake if it happens twice don't "stick with it - it will happen" or "that's hunting". Yes I have missed and or...
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    My friend Santo has worked very hard and has gotten to be quite the shot This year he harvested his first single string Buck Well deserved my friend and HUGE Congrats Santos spot
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    Flemish string, single loop with bowyer's knot - anyone running this setup? I'm researching to make my first string and this method sounds very appealing because I only have to weave one loop, and the opposite end with bowyer's knot allows leeway for length adjustment plus the benefit of reusing...
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    Hi, I’m writing a book about making PVC bows and I would like to include some kind of string making. Flemish strings are easy to make, but very difficult to explain in a book (IMO). Endless jigs are difficult to make for beginners. So I thought about a simple "single post" string jig made with...
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    Made this video this evening with my hunting bow and boy was I rusty!!! anyhow hoping it can help some of you struggling with bigger gaps than wanted. hope it helps Dewayne Martin
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    I am not skilled enough to really be able to tell the difference at 80 yards. My four shot groups are both single rod and eve bar average around 12 points over 20 arrows each. How much difference does a vee bar rig make to you?
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    Hi Guys, Since switching to 3 under 2 years ago my accuracy has improved 10 fold over split finger. Basically I just sucked at "instinctive" split finger shooting. And yep, now I do use the arrow to line things up. Lately I've been experimenting with a single crawl set for about 20 yards and...
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    I admit... I have an insatiable curiosity to experiment with all things archery! I started fooling around with heavier weight BH's but more particularly, became aware that beveled BH's apparently "spiral" upon entry into it's intended medium. I found this out by shooting for group with a set...
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