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Montalaar
12-09-2010, 09:30 AM
I hope you like it. Interesting design!

http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs1191.snc4/154386_476633642856_304779817856_5775411_1615223_n .jpg

SonnyThomas
12-09-2010, 11:28 AM
Saw it on AT. Now just add a true torque-less grip and.... Just a sec. Let me look something up..... Yep, thought so. Take a look. Hope the way is clear, if you know what a I mean...

Spiker
12-09-2010, 01:27 PM
Quote:
"If what we are seeing as a 'bridge' is actually the riser - with a piece (the grip) attached to the front of it - and this 'grip' is adjustable fore and aft, then there could be a very big draw length range.
And if the top and bottom can be adjusted independently - then the grip could be positioned high to low...

...okay - now back to reality... "

---- wow - - - most likely the only thing I've gotten right all year...:eek:

I really do like the SST's.

justin
12-09-2010, 05:04 PM
im sorry i just dont follow....... i see that that other bow is using a martin patent....are you saying that bow is going to be really accurate? oh sonny, ive been shooting in the basement and my bow is twisting a little left sometimes on aftershot. (fromt of stabilizer is going left.) it isnt seeming to kick the aarow anywhere though. if only i had some sort of torquless grip......

SonnyThomas
12-09-2010, 05:46 PM
Well, how about that. I didn't see the fine print.

Mmmm? Here's the thing about what the bow does. Personally, me and me agreeing with a lot of coaches, the bow should go forward and tip forward. Okay this is something of one fluid move. Then, the bow will do whatever is natural to whoever is holding it. No big deal so long as the bow ends up in the same place each and every time.

Now, the torque-less grip. I can see it helping a bit, but it does not correct the shooter's grip/problem. To me, it's a crutch, a band-aid. Still, my comment surrounded the design of the Seeker. The grip is sort of.... Trying to figure how to put this...Separate from the riser? Or better yet, the riser and the string-draw are behind the grip and making a true torque-less grip situation, BUT! The proper grip would add to perfection? I think I want to say that...and then not sure that I do.

Here's something that wanders around in my brain about the Death Grip, the old saying; "You can't buy accuracy." Human influence and the bow reacting the same way each and every time.

justin
12-09-2010, 06:05 PM
i have a saying......."i prefer luck, to skill because you can always work on your skill, you cant work on your luck!!" so i attemptt to be skillful, and blame anything good that happens on skill.... im an amazing fisherman btw.... that sport requires dedication, and a lil luck.....

alex
12-10-2010, 12:42 AM
Just watched a video in YouTube with this bow shown to Uncle Ted and was in a hurry to start a new thread here, but Simon was faster :)
The Seeker looks a little strange, but i like it a lot. Especially the double string stopper. Now it would be nice to see some specs. Don't know how tall Ted Nugent is and can't understand the size of the bow. If it has a longer A2A it may become my new dream bow :D

Montalaar
12-10-2010, 01:02 AM
AtA is 33", BH is from 5.5" to 8".

Draw is from 26" to 32"

Speed will be in mid range as the powerstroke will be at a maximum of 22.75" as copterdoc mentioned at AT (max draw - BH - 1.75" = 30 - 5.5 - 1.75 = 22.75)

So Speed wont change at all if you change your draw between different draw lengths by moving the BH up and down. THis bow is very attractive for all those people who like a higher BH for spots and a lower BH (for speed) for 3D.

alex
12-10-2010, 01:58 AM
Thanks for the info, Simon! Well, the axle-to-axle isn't as long as i'd like, but still this is a great bow (or at least looks so). I wonder what else will come from Rytera.

bfisher
12-10-2010, 09:41 AM
I'll have to reserve my opinion till after I see some specs. I'd like to see a longer A2A with such an innovative design along with less reflex in the riser. With those two things it might have the potential to be an extremely nice target bow.

As it is it appears that a short draw person such as myself would have to give up a ton of speed or settle for the reflex with the grip moved to the rear. Not my cup of tea as I see it right now.

I'll still wait to see more detailed info, but it looks like it might be another Alien Z this year.

ElkSlayer
12-10-2010, 01:23 PM
well thats a nice looking bow ...sadly too short for my taste. would be interested in how it shoots...;)

Hutch~n~Son Archery
12-10-2010, 01:56 PM
Nice or not in the hand might be a different story. Would definitely have to shoot it to make my opinion.:D

Arrow Splitter
12-10-2010, 03:04 PM
As far as how the bow looks, I would give it 3 stars. Now for everything else, I would have to shoot it first.

Ehunter
12-10-2010, 04:29 PM
Kinda makes me wonder if the "grip extension arms" (or whatever you want to call them) would act as a stabilizer of sorts. If not, might be a good idea for them to turn them into a pair of stabilizers. 2 stabs on a bow should really make it dead in the hand. Just a thought.....