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    Cool The super shooter at 65 yards!!!!!!

    Hey guys, did some arrow work with The Super Shooter at 65 yards. MLN here you go seeing is believing. Same arrow same hole at 65yds
    watch part1 and part2.
    http://s745.photobucket.com/albums/x...t=100_0994.mp4





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    Pretty impressive. I'll bet that took a bit of fine work to get it set up. Now can you do that with a bare shaft? LOL.

    Thanks for sharing Hutch.
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    Well Barry, it only took 10 to 15 minutes. It is a simple machine. I put the bow in, draw it back look through the peep. Adjust the left and right lever, then adjust the up and down. Once set the bow shoots the same every time. But one thing it is very good for is checking out arrows. I have tuned and fixed more arrows with it. Saving time and money. As far as the bare shaft maybe with one of those old arrows.LOL!!!


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    The SS handles the shot better than I would have thought. Impressed!

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    MLN got called out but for the wrong reason. I wanted to see a .006" arrow against a .001" to see if there really is a difference in performance or if it is just in the price.

    Of course to make the Doubting Thomas's happy you need a clean sheet of paper to show that it is the same hole. BTW I am not a Doubting Thomas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MLN1963 View Post
    MLN got called out but for the wrong reason. I wanted to see a .006" arrow against a .001" to see if there really is a difference in performance or if it is just in the price.

    Of course to make the Doubting Thomas's happy you need a clean sheet of paper to show that it is the same hole. BTW I am not a Doubting Thomas.
    Just kidding with you MLN. This was in regards to an old post where you were kidding with me, and said you would have to see it to believe it. But you just refreshed my mind about the other thread. About is there any difference or is it hype on straightness of arrows. When I have the time I will try to do that. You wanted to know if there is any major differences between .006 and .001 right?



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    Yeah, is there a real difference in the groups of the "crooked" arrows vs the "straight" arrows. My gut feeling is that there is not appreciable difference for hunting other than you feel you have a better arrow if you paid more for it. Maybe there is some at longer distances for target shooters. This is just a guess though. Of course I know you will start with squared arrow nocks and inserts to make for an even playing field!

    Maybe you can try some of those $3 Carbon Exacta arrows from WM while you are at it. Robin hood's have never been so cheap!
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    MLN, I have never seen any difference in some of the customers arrows, that I have tuned. So I don't believe you guess is too far off. But I have hunted with cheap arrows and didn't feel so bad if I lost one. I am planning to buy some of those wm arrows made by Allen. I will test those and see. But mean while I am getting ready for hunting so it might be a while.


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    Those WM specials could be the ones you want to hunt with? LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by MLN1963 View Post
    is there a real difference in the groups of the "crooked" arrows vs the "straight" arrows.
    How are you going to test it anyway? You would need to fire a lot of shots with the different batches to rule out the other factors that influence accuracy. Plus the SS will probably shoot well regardless of arrow so any difference wont show up as much as with a average human archer with less than perfect form.

    What shafts will you be using?

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