In the sewer
Type: Posts; User: Don B
In the sewer
I did some more limb swaping yesterday.
I went to my back yard and shot my #1 bow holding the little point that is at the top of the sight window cut out even with the spot at 20 yards, I hit 22"...
When I got to Redding my Shadowcat was shooting real low and I could not for the life of me figure out what was going on. I fought with it all day Friday and Saturday. On Sunday I shot my backup bow....
I have been trying to get onto the NFAA website and keep getting the message that the domane name has expired, anyone else getting this?
The group I shot with, real nice ppl.
Me and big foot.
Thank you Sonny.
I got home at 1:30 am last night after a long 9 hour drive.
My buddy Jerry Avery finished 2nd. in the trail shoot and 3rd. in the NFAA Nationals shoot.
He shot Male Master Senior...
Thanks for the ..Good lucks guys.
I am headed out to pick up my buddy Jerry Avery in about an hour. Louie Rangle wasn't sure if he was going to go or not, decided not to. He is saving his shoulder...
Well, how did you do?
Carefull, shooting 3-D's can become very addicting.
Got my gaps figured out for the 101, 88, and the other 2 long shots.
I was dropping my arrows into the gold on a fita target on all the practice shots once I got my gaps figured out.
I predraw on the target, paper or 3-D, as I draw the bow back. I settle into my anchor, find my gap and line the center of my shaft up with the center of the spot.
It sounds like you had a blast, good shooting.
Sent in my reg. this morning.
I will be heading out Wed. morning.
Jerry and I were shooting Shadowcats.....:cool:
Tim Atwood is an instructor at a local archery shop by me, I have known him a long time.
He was more or less railroaded out of the NFAA because he made to many waves about Bruce selling...
The only down side to the shoot was the range layout.
If any, and I mean any of the ranges out here were set up like the NFAA Headquarters 3-D range was setup it would not pass. I got a 0 on two...
Take a look....:cool:
Male Adult Longbow is a coworker that did the roadtrip along with the Male Seinor Bowhunter and myself....
Good shooting Sonny,
All I shoot are the HTA HT-3's and HT-4's.
I still have a doz. of each and 4 doz. nock inserts for the HT-4's.
Man, I am glad I live were I do. I can shoot a 3-D every Sunday year round, hour drive form my house.
3rd. place ain't bad, could of been lot worse.
Oh and you only have to shoot 45 yards...
What I did when I got my Shadowcat, dipped my hand in a bucket of water.
Drew the bow back and it found its sweet spot. Now it goes home on every shot.
I don't think I will be shooting anything other than Martin for a long time to come, my 3 cats should last the rest of my shooting life.
I just wish they would make a 46-48" ATA Shadowcat.
All the cam mods I have had and have are drilled this same way.
The best way I found to shoot the Shadowcat is to pull all the garbage off the bow and toss it in the trash.:o
If your draw is under 31" the 1.5 cams will be fine.
My brother-in-law shoots a 31" draw and just for sits and giggles we set up one of my cats for him to try, not a problem.
I have all 3 of mine...
I know what you mean.
For this 3-D National shoot, the winners get a belt buckle. For the Field Nationals you get a big bowl on a stand.
I would drop the NFAA in a heartbeat but to...