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    GilV made a comment in thread recently about this. I had to look it up, and I thought others might be interested in a link I found. https://tradbow.com/heterodyning-and-bowstring-silencers/
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    ILF 19" DAS Tribute and DAS-connection 21" Elite....... long draw archer, say 31" - - kind of irrelevant to this discussion..... same exact set of LONG limbs put on both risers...... I think he has limb bolts adjusted similarly 4 turns out.....not THAT sure. runs into STACK on the 21" Elite but...
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    Look for The Longbow Theory
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    How come 20 yards looks different depending on where I am shooting? At my local shop 20 yards looks pretty close but it still seems to take a few steps to get to the targets. Then I go to my field range with target butts every 5 yards and it looks ridiculously close. The 30 yard butt feels like...
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    :)Looking for any and all information on a Border ILF limb labeled EP10. I'm curious what years these limbs were made, if they share any design concepts with the current line of limbs and furthermore how they perform in the real world. I remember some top notched reports about Border limbs and...
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    if A equals success, then the formula is A=X+Y+Z, where X is work, Y is play, and Z is keep your mouth shut. albert einstein
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    Hello, please explain what I've read that some ultralight arrows could potentially cause limbs damage. Is it that too much of a light arrow could be similar to dry-firing? How do you know if it's too light? Is there a rule of thumb, GPI minimum, or something? I'm getting some 500's and I know...
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    The thread by Martin (gun barreling/plunger) has raised still another question for me. Assume you get a shaft perfectly tuned to your bow, say with your plunger set at the max tension, and you can confirm this by bare shafting out to 30 yds. Now assume you want to move the point of impact of...
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