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CarlosII
01-28-2011, 02:57 AM
Every other forum has a thread on who's going to the ASA in Gainesville, and what stake are you on.

Hate to see one of the best forums going miss out on this, so....

WHO IS GOING TO THE ASA PRO/AM IN GAINESVILLE AND WHAT STAKE ARE YOU ON?

there that ought to do it.

elkslayer4x5
01-28-2011, 07:33 AM
I was all over that porterhouse last night! oh, sorry, wrong steak !:D

CarlosII
01-28-2011, 09:13 AM
buuurrrrppp...ahhhh....:D

gonna be awful lonesome if i'm the only martin shooter there.:o

scepterman30x
01-28-2011, 09:25 AM
Every other forum has a thread on who's going to the ASA in Gainesville, and what stake are you on.

Hate to see one of the best forums going miss out on this, so....

WHO IS GOING TO THE ASA PRO/AM IN GAINESVILLE AND WHAT STAKE ARE YOU ON?

there that ought to do it.

I'll be there...I think I am on stake 13 of the "Known 45" after noon. I shoot for Limbsaver now but I stil love you guys.

SonnyThomas
01-28-2011, 12:43 PM
Sorry, Carlso, I'm taking in the West division and see how I do on the first two.

geezer047
01-28-2011, 01:43 PM
Aw C'mon Sonny, I know you want to get out of the cold and have a little fun with us:) See you all next weekend.
Charlie

Montalaar
01-28-2011, 01:49 PM
I'll be there...I think I am on stake 13 of the "Known 45" after noon. I shoot for Limbsaver now but I stil love you guys.

Which bow? I had a DZ36. Nice bow by all means but the finish was poor quality. I was pretty sad about that as i like the overall feel of it. A 38" AtA Deadzone with Proton-like Design would be a great bow - i'm sure.

CarlosII
01-28-2011, 02:34 PM
Sorry, Carlso, I'm taking in the West division and see how I do on the first two.
I'll see you then, sidewinder.

scepterman30x
01-28-2011, 08:08 PM
Which bow? I had a DZ36. Nice bow by all means but the finish was poor quality. I was pretty sad about that as i like the overall feel of it. A 38" AtA Deadzone with Proton-like Design would be a great bow - i'm sure.

I've got 3. Two DZ 32's and a DZ 36. I don't know why but the 32's hold and feel so much better than the 36...go figure. Believe it or not I set several Fl. state records several yrs ago using my 43" Martin S3. I don't remember what the exact score was for my first FITA but it was in the high 1300's. I took my DZ32 and beat that original score I shot years back...with a 32" bow.
Not to start an argument with any one else who sees this post but believe you me "it ain't all about just the length of the bow that makes it forgiving".

Montalaar
01-29-2011, 12:09 AM
Might be true.

But with 32" draw length here i need to think about AtA more than the common US-archer. ;)

scepterman30x
01-29-2011, 03:35 AM
Might be true.

But with 32" draw length here i need to think about AtA more than the common US-archer. ;)

You are correct. My statement only holds water when the ratio of string angle to DL is correct...and my draw is only 27.5 to 27.75 inches.

geezer047
01-29-2011, 06:53 PM
Far years I would't even look at a bow with less than 40 inches ATA. Then I started shooting a Darton Avalanche for hunting (34 in. ATA). It shot almost as well as some of the longer bows. I have a 26.5 draw so now it seems that I prefer bows in the 37, 38 in. ATA. And a 6 in. BH don't really bother me too bad with the shorter draw.:)
Charlie