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    Anybody seen these; https://www.3riversarchery.com/gold-tip-weight-system-nock-adapter.html Wondering what the implications on arrow flight might be here. I recently went to a heavier field tip, I like the stability Im getting in my shots but the gaps have shrunk alot due to the early drop...
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    I recently bought a few dozen GT Warrior 500 shafts and trimmed them to 29.5". I'm quite familiar with these shafts as I have used the GT Expedition 500 shafts for years now and I know how they will tune. While experimenting with them, I made up a few with the regular insert and a few with the...
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    In 2006 I purchased a DAS Master Package. Included with the package was a SIMS E-2000 stabilizer / DAS stabilizer. This was essentially a SIMS stabilizer with a custom weighted add on disk that matched the DAS bow. Going through my old stuff last night and I don't believe I ever got one. I am...
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    Currently in the process of getting my first warf bow and I've been researching weighting the lower limb pocket and its effect on class limitation. ASA- None as they allow stabilizers up to 12" length IBO- Clearly stated no weights built into the riser for TRAD class,would have to shoot RU...
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    How many of you guys like an internally weighted riser as opposed to an external weight? Thanks, **** :)
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    First, let me say, this is a great site. Thanks to Del and everyone else who pointed me to it. I am in the process of "preparing" to do my first warf. In my research, I keep seeing reference to weighted risers. Can someone give me a rundown on this? Purpose? Advantages? Methods? I also...
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    Does anyone out there know if a weighted barebow riser is legal in the NFAA traditional class. I just read the rules for that class and know that stabilizers are not legal, but how about weights in the riser. It seems like the NFAA would incourage shooters in that class to shoot with a balanced...
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    Just wondering if someone can help answer a question for me. If I fill in some of the cutouts on a lightweight ILF riser (Excel) with lead and permanently finish the area off am I still legal for shoots? I know adding a counter weight to the stabilizer bumps me into RU or Barebow class in some...
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    Does anyone use weighted arrow inserts? I had used 50 grain brass inserts on my old Gold Tips. 50 grains was perfect. Currently, I shoot Beman MFX Classics, but only 100 grain inserts are commercially available. I feel that is too much and self defeating. Most of my bows are in the 55-60...
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    I recently had the pleasure of shooting with Dale Dye of Trail's End Recurves. In my opinion his Medicine Point Bows are the most beautiful customs I've ever seen, really works of art. Too bad they're five times what I can afford... Anyway, he was shooting these super skinny carbon shafts...
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