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    Joel - Thanks for your help. I am building a...

    Joel - Thanks for your help. I am building a string for it. The only dacron I had on hand was black, so I ordered some white. Almost picked up orange, but decided not to. Just waiting for the...
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    Thank You.

    Thank You.
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    Short draw for woman

    Bowtech Heartbreaker.
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    more pics

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    Can anyone identify this bow?

    63366337633863396340Friend from work asked me to see if I can get his old Martin bow up and running again. If I knew what it was, I could probably get the specs. As it sits, with the old string: A-A...
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    Concerning the difference in wall thickness -...

    Concerning the difference in wall thickness - contact Martin. I had a similar issue, but more pronounced. Their QC sometimes has some to be desired, but they don't bat an eye to make it right. They...
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    Not everyone will like ANY grip, which is why...

    Not everyone will like ANY grip, which is why there is a market for aftermarket grips. But even if you are comfortable with the riser shape, the thermal grip sliding around is still an issue. If you...
  8. If you are used to an unobstructed sight picture,...

    If you are used to an unobstructed sight picture, you will likely HATE them. If you are using the bow for hunting, and you don't want to fight a peep, have you considered a rear aperature? My boys...
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    Loesch grip cost

    They run about $95 for the laminate, and about $85 for the walnut. I assume he would have made and kept molds, and he made one for right and one for left. They aren't cheap, but they aren't just...
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    A couple more Onza pics

    Got the Onza's back from Loesch. Mine is the black, my younger son's is the camo (and lefty). I picked up my Onza because I wanted a bow to shoot 3-d at lower poundage and keep my hunting bow, an '03...
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    A problem I've seen with backing out the limbs...

    A problem I've seen with backing out the limbs has more to do with timing issues than "efficiency". It's worth looking at. Timing will rob alot of speed, give the "spongy" back wall, and contribute...
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    I brought this up on another post, but it may...

    I brought this up on another post, but it may well be an issue here. I have 2 Onza's - mine and my son's. It seems the longer the drawlength, the more the cable is prone to slap the front of the...
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    Take a look at the Sword Twilight Hunter. Bullet...

    Take a look at the Sword Twilight Hunter. Bullet proof body, and you pretty much have to try to break the fibers. Not the brightest pins, but the light works just fine. They will put them together...
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    I cut off about 1/16" at a time until I was just...

    I cut off about 1/16" at a time until I was just touching the rear of the cable guide at full draw, and not hitting on the front end when released. Again, the string stop no longer reached the string...
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    I bouhgt an Onza 3 weeeks ago. I had a problem...

    I bouhgt an Onza 3 weeeks ago. I had a problem with the inner cable in the slide system slapping at the front of the guide -HARD! I shoot a 30" drawlength, which contributed to it. It took a while to...
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