Would like to have a thread on the DAS system and it's history and attributes.
Actually, the DAS takedown system was designed by Earl Hoyt Jr, for target bows and worked very well for the shorter hunting versions as well" The DAS take-down system was designed from the clean-paper get-go for bow hunting. The ILF was designed for target archery.
Agreed but with no adjustment slot in the old TD series Bows. The DAS system allows for ILF limbs and tiller adjustment in a wider range.Actually, the DAS takedown system was designed by Earl Hoyt Jr, for target bows and worked very well for the shorter hunting versions as well
I was not there at the time, I got here later, but my understanding (? right or wrong) is that in 1995-2003 there just were not any short-metal-hunting risers, to speak of, ILF or not.I think you might be right, but even that was a problem that didn't exist. I think it was said that ILF and short risers were incompatible. That ended up not being the case either.