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    Default My new traditional rig

    Martin saber td all black 50 pounds she shoots pretty darn quick, and a picture of one of my groups at 15 yards.
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    That bow looks fantastic!. Congrats!. I wish you the best with her.

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    Question Check your arrows.

    I notice in your picture your using vanes instead of feathers. If your shooting off a rest the vanes are fine, but if your shooting off
    the shelf you need feathers. The vanes will cause the arrow to kick from hitting the riser.

    This is just something to check on.

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    All black bows are simply in a class all their own.
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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by Largo View Post
    I notice in your picture your using vanes instead of feathers. If your shooting off a rest the vanes are fine, but if your shooting off
    the shelf you need feathers. The vanes will cause the arrow to kick from hitting the riser.

    This is just something to check on.
    Thanks for your concern but i am shooting off a rest not truly traditional but im a newbie to traditional shooting and im not ready to give up the rest yet hahaha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bfisher View Post
    All black bows are simply in a class all their own.
    I completely agree with you especially the look of martins carbon black finish my next bow is definatly gonna have the same finish.

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