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Brandon
01-04-2010, 02:23 AM
I'd appricate it if you guys could help my out by letting me know if these items that I have linked to will work with my new Jaguar T/D 09

well I just wanted to post what my bow kinda looks like to see what you people think about it.

here are the links of you wanna check out my items for what im going to put on my bow

the MR2 stabilizer that's the link its a great site only .99 for shipping

http://www.bowhunterssupplystore.com/Alpine-mr2-stabilizer.html

the stringer that im replacing that came with the orginal package

http://www.bowhunterssupplystore.com/Bear-Recurve-Bow-Stringer-AT9RBS.php

my string tamer if it fits ill have to ask a pro shop about that one

http://www.bowhunterssupplystore.com/Norway-String-Tamer-Senior.html

my rest that im going to get this one's a beauty

http://www.bowhunterssupplystore.com/Qad-ultra-rest-hunter-series.html

my quiver that im going to get they sell it in 6 but right now they only have a 4 holder quiver so that's what im going to get for now

http://www.bowhunterssupplystore.com/TrophyRidge-4-Banger-Quiver.html

and my peep i love this one it's 20 bucks but dam i think it's worth it

http://www.bowhunterssupplystore.com/Speciality-archery-1-8-hooded-peep-camo-housing-45-degree.html

here's a link to my bow that i have if that helps

http://www.martinarchery.com/jaguartakedown.php

and one more thing I need to know if I can use this sight for my bow or maybe a sight like that similar if you could give me some advice that would be great TY!!!

http://www.bowhunterssupplystore.com/Carolina-archery-foxfire-eagle-eye-hunter-series-sight.html

and I will take a pic of my bow to show what it looks like when it's all finished
Im going to a pro shop tomarow hopefully this will get answered by 10pm pacific standard time im in california if that helps sacramento

tommyhydro
01-04-2010, 03:07 AM
im sorry to tell ya this, but you wont be able to use that rest on a recurve, it relies on connecting the rest cord to the downward cable of a compound, and i dont believe that the string tamer will work either......sorry:(

ezbite
01-04-2010, 03:32 AM
Your really going to spend $20.88 + shipping on a peep? I got a G5 at gander mtn for $9 and about passed out when they rang it up.

alex
01-04-2010, 09:38 AM
:D Are you really going to spend more on accessories then for the bow? For a recurve bow you just don't need so many things. The quiver - okay, the rest -not, all others are unnecessary, but if you want them they are very good :)
I'd take a simple rest-wisker or just a button and may be a stabilizer, but not so short one. The good thing is that if you buy all these things you can put them later on a COMPOUND bow.

C Bailey
01-04-2010, 12:54 PM
im sorry to tell ya this, but you wont be able to use that rest on a recurve, it relies on connecting the rest cord to the downward cable of a compound, and i dont believe that the string tamer will work either......sorry:(

He's right, there aren't too many drop away rests that will work on a recurve. If you really want to go that way, look up the Trap Door rest. Also, check this out for an example of a Trap Door on a recurve:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9n6u8VlLQC8

bfisher
01-04-2010, 04:24 PM
I was going to say the same thing as Tommy about the rest, and add that if ou are going to shoot fingers it woldn't work on a compound either. You need some sort of side dampening to counter archer's paradox when shooting fingers.

Same goes for the Tamer. It might mount to the stabilizer hole, but isn't really necessary on a recurve.

As for the quiver, don't get anything too heavy. A recurve is light and a heavy quiver could really throw the balance, especially when loaded with arrows.

Can't say for sure, but are you planning on ordering all this stuff or buying from your local shop? I'd try some of these things at the shop before you buy. You never know. He might have the stuff and at better prices once you consider shipping. And he's there if you need help later. He'd appreciate your business.