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    Was in my garage setting up my bow using the French tuning technique. I had built a target using a thick cardboard box filled with layers of cardboard all the way across. My box is 1 foot wide. I then decided to attatch a yellow pages to the front of the box just in case, as this tuning technique requires u to stand 3 yards from the target to start with. Well well damn happy the yellow pages were there Bow was only set to 53# and my DL is 25'' yet it was still clean passing the yellow pages as well as penetrating the box by another 6-8''

    Haha well chuffed was not expecting that kind of power on those settings
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    Woo hooo! doesn't it feel great! To have a bow that shoots like that! Congrats on joining the Martin team



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    Quote Originally Posted by darkember View Post
    Was in my garage setting up my bow using the French tuning technique. I had built a target using a thick cardboard box filled with layers of cardboard all the way across. My box is 1 foot wide. I then decided to attatch a yellow pages to the front of the box just in case, as this tuning technique requires u to stand 3 yards from the target to start with. Well well damn happy the yellow pages were there Bow was only set to 53# and my DL is 25'' yet it was still clean passing the yellow pages as well as penetrating the box by another 6-8''

    Haha well chuffed was not expecting that kind of power on those settings
    What bow is it!

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    09 Moab Pro Hunter
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    Quote Originally Posted by darkember View Post
    09 Moab Pro Hunter
    You must have a thin yellow pages......ha J/K ya nothing like speed at low poundage......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedykills View Post
    You must have a thin yellow pages......ha J/K ya nothing like speed at low poundage......
    Average size 1000 pages
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    congrats on the phone book kill...lol nice to have such power in a light draw weight... may want to rethink your target...stuff lose rags in fead sack, just remove buttons and zippers
    It's all fun an games till you put that big boy on the ground.. now its time to get to work
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