just on the website.
Type: Posts; User: archerdad
just on the website.
gray shirt and camo hat sold
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one black in XL
one gray in XL
one white in XL
I do have a med black shirt and
2 medium white
2 large in gray and white also
down to one black
I do have a med black shirt and 2 medium white 2 large in gray and white also
I am in oklahoma town called Cushing
couple more pics87688767
2 black one gray and one white 4 hats
80.00 takes all of them shipped
shirts are xl
pretty cool!! i used to have one really liked it. it seems like i got 299 fps out of it still pretty fast
lol you can't shoot targets with A camo bow...hee hee... you certainly proved them wrong. ihave said it before and i will again i would put thAt nemesis up against any bow. they are the real deal And...
have no idea anymore
terriffic! great shooting!
those x7 are considerably bigger than the VAPS so that alone will cause clearance issues for you. if you could turn the nock so that the white vane is perpindicular to the riser i think as long as it...
short but sweet... outstanding looking bow great features and now a one pice riser. i love how it is supposed to be more wuiet with the quad limbs
very interesting. i always love to learn anything about archery.
first i saw . call tomorrow at 1-509-529-2554
ok my methods... don't worry about the ata and bh... if your bow issupposed to be 60 pounds but only comes in at 57 you need to work on your cables, as far as draw length being long work on your...
they might be 3 or 4 bucks from martin
i know the part number is bp2811 maybe that will somehow help.. i lost mine and could not find it had to oreder a new one...lol pretty aggravating but carlye was right on it for me
sold pending payment
don't we all...:p
lol... thanks !
totally understand that
2012 Onza III
carbon fiber color
45-60 pound draw weight
26-30 draw range
325.00 tyd in the lower 48
for me lately of the martin/rytera line the shadowcat, alien z and scepterV have been great. then nemesis is pretty good also. BUT it does matter a LOT about getting the proper draw length well tuned...