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    Hello! I’m new to the forum, and I’m looking for advice on which of these two risers is more durable, and well made. I’m looking into purchasing a ILF riser in order to build a durable, and packable bowhunting longbow, I’d like to go with the DAS because of 17” riser, but if the Trad Tech is...
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    Been doing some research on these and seems to be a good following on them. Anyone have or tried the wood trident risers? If so thoughts? I know the titans get a great review. I’ve got a hoyt tiburon currently and am looking for a quieter bow. Are they ILF systems inherently louder than other...
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    Hello, If I put " Short " 40 LB. Trad Tech 2.0 ILF Limbs on a ( 23 " ) SF Archery Forged Riser , what poundage will I have at 30 " Draw Length ? Also, will I experience very much " stacking " ?
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    Looking for a right hand riser for sale or trade. Anybody got one? Arrowchucker out :smash:
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    Pretty wild stuff happening in materials science: https://www.nature.com/articles/nature25476 Possibly rivaling titanium and carbon fiber at a fraction of the cost.
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    Anybody know off hand what Carbon Tech 40/65 rated shafts would actually spine at? I'm guessing maybe .450?
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    Anybody know what the limb pad angle is on a Black Onyx 15" riser? Ordering some limbs and trying to figure for weight. Thanks, Chris
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    I just bought my first ILF off of dcogsdell87 and he gave me a heck of a deal. Awesome guy to work with, and he threw in a new string for free. If youre reading this, thanks Dustin. On to the topic, its my first ILF and although I have an understanding of them, I don't know how to set it up. I...
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    What are the difference between the two and which is the latter model? Thanks
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    New Video From Trad Tech and Lancaster Archery (ETAR) Here is a great little video from my good friend John Wert and the team from Lancaster Archery and Trad Tech They do so much for this sport we all so love Thx to John Wert
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    Can a Hoyt tech riser (like the Ion X) be used in the NFAA traditional class and in the IBO ru class? Any input would be greatly appreciated!
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    Carbon Tech has a 25% off sale right now.
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    For those of you that have been waiting for the Titan pocket weights wait no more :)
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    Hello everyone, I recently received a new TT titan ll 17" riser. It has SF Premium carbon foam limbs, 50lbs at 28". Brace height is 8-1/8". Its tillered for 3 under. The nock point is 5/8" high. I'm shooting a gold tip .400 hunter 29" from nock groove to back of point, regular insert and a 145...
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    Hello everybody, I am new to the forum and have a question. I have a 17" trad tech titan ll riser, and would like to buy a set of samick or sebastian flute limbs. All of the limb poundages are rated for a 25" riser. Does anybody know how much weight the limbs gain when put on a 17"? I am draw...
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    Can anyone say how close a set of black max carbon limb's marked weight will be to actual weight when used on a 19" Gen 3 metal Morrison ILF riser? Thanks Brant
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    Hi, Just want to share this tool that works for me. I'm fighting my TP and I was looking for a tool to help me to know what i was doing. I print a target over the score so I can see if I get a low score because low accuracy or because an aiming problem. It helps me a lot. there are many phone...
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    When I unpackaged my limbs there is a stuck on plastic sheet that I don't know if I should remove or not. Called Lancaster and he had to check and then came back and said it doesn't matter. I really don't know if that's true. Help please. The label is actually under one. On or off?
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