NAP Apache works a treat:)
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NAP Apache works a treat:)
Just out of curiosity does anybody on here own a carbon bow?? I was watching some reviews on the Hoyt carbon maxi & they are making claims that it can be run over by a truck, so what the riser might...
Agreed with the above. Accuracy & stability are far more important to get that kill.
Overspined will always be the wise way to go. If the arrow is underspined it can distort during release which will affect its accuracy & trajectory.
CP you seem to just want to slag everything about Martin. Basically, if you have nothing constructive to say then keep it zipped. All bow companies have had their issues over the years so just live...
I have one question after watching those slomos of the revolution in action. I did notice there is alot after movement due to the size of the moving part. Just wondering how reliable it will be over...
I use the Nap Apache. Works a treat.
Humm, I'm scheptical. Rollers are used in all manner of pulley & counter weight systems as far back as Egyptian times. I cannot see how they will create more drag/friction over any slider system. A...
Nice company just recieved the following back from them:)
Please let us know what size and wing you would like and we will send some to you.
Sincerely, Veronica Harvey
Is this offer only for the US or will they send them across the pond??
That's cool thanks now what about the string weight??
Since i do not own a grain scale. Could anybody tell me how much a 90 inch bow string/Dloop & small peep would weigh in grains??
For targets on flat level ground, I agree extended stabilizers are a good thing. However, if u are into rough 3 D over rough terrain those large stabilizers will become a hinderence especially in the...
I agree with Hutch. No matter what wax you use you still need to work it into the string with friction.
Welcome. If all is ok remember to keep your mate away from the bow.
Went on my first 3 D shoot last weekend. 36 targets in very difficult forest terrain. Bow performed very well in that I did not loose a single arrow & it was shooting dead straight. Was unable to...
Nice. I like it:)
Download the Easton shaft selector. For hunting they specify 340-375. For targets 390-400. This is with a 100 arrow point
09 Moab with M2 Pro cam with a draw stop
Having reduced the draw weight should remove that issue.
Following on with this thread. I have sorted the diagonal tear but now i am left with a horizontal tear fins tearing on the left. I have tried moving the rest to the right as well as reducing the bow...
That is just rough & unfair. Our prayers & thoughts reach out to you and all those you hold dear.
Have you got any photos of your progress so far? Under the paint is the alu anodized or is it just a dull finnish?
Thought as much, I ride big bikes try doing it on an engine block:):)