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    String builder/ Super Moderator Hutch~n~Son Archery's Avatar
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    Longdrawdan, How far do you live from me? I am near Concord NH.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Hutch~n~Son Archery View Post
    Nothing wrong with the bow!!!!!!!!! its the string I guarantee that! Some thing is missing, some detail. Posts picks that might help.





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    Hutch is right. It's the string, not the bow. It doesn't matter what bow you have. And for what it's worth I'd almost have to question the integrity and/or workmanship of your Tech. As a one-time sales rep I can tell you the biggest reason so many sell or promote Mathews is because their higher price allows for more profit margin. I got that info right out of Archery Trade magazine. And it's common knowledge that even Mathews had inferior strings (Zebra)for many years and some still question the quality of their Barracuda strings. Even many Mathews shooters that love their bows---just not the strings.
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    when i can gather up some spare money,i'll order a new set of cable/string and staret from scratch.amen.thanks for the advice guys.i'll be contacting you soon hutch!my son (mdo29) is very satisfied with your work.it's funny,i missed a 6 pointer at 6:30 and a forky at 6:45 this morning with my old 2004 bt tomkat set at 68 lb's. thought i was going to dislocate my shouder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by longdrawdan View Post
    when i can gather up some spare money,i'll order a new set of cable/string and staret from scratch.amen.thanks for the advice guys.i'll be contacting you soon hutch!my son (mdo29) is very satisfied with your work.it's funny,i missed a 6 pointer at 6:30 and a forky at 6:45 this morning with my old 2004 bt tomkat set at 68 lb's. thought i was going to dislocate my shouder.
    Might be time to turn the tomkat down a bit Dan!
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    to tell you the truth elkslayer i been spoiled with my pantera.the panteras a 45-60 lb.draw and i've been shooting48- 52lbs and that little bow delivers.last week i had 2 double lung passthrus at 35 and42 yrds. if i crank the tomkat below 65 it dose'nt deliver.i had it cranked down to 58 lbs i had to adjust my sight pins.from 10 to 20 they were 3/16's apart from20 to 30 they were 1/4 apart it's like you drop the poundage and the preformance goes down the tubes!with the pantera 2 pins 20 and 40. and there 1/8 to 3/16 apart

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    Yeah, once you've shot a faster bow, it really tough to go backwards.
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    Martin 06 Slayer, Nitrous C, Shoot thru, 55lb, Quiktune 3000, HHA OL 5519 2X, Easton A/C/C
    Ben Pearson 1968 'Cougar' 62" 45#s @ 28" recurve, parallel shaft POC, Zwickey 'Eskimo' 2 blade

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