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    Default 2011 Rack Attack-Thanks Hutch!

    Good day. I'm new here but have been visiting for a while. I purchased my 2011 Rack Attck brand new at the beginning of February 2013 (for $140.00) and the string started fraying (from the TRG) after six weeks of heavy use. I was able to order new strings from Hutch (which are great-both in function and value!). I split an arrow from 27 yards while practicing inside the shop shooting from the balcony. I've learned a bunch from this community for which I am very thankful for your sharing!2011 RackAttack1.jpg2011 RackAttack2.jpgRobinhooded-arrow.jpg

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    Great looking bow and great shooting! Welcome to the forum
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    first welcome to the forum nice shooting and nice bow
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    Welcome to MTF John, that is some nice threads you have on that nice looking bow. You can thank my daughter she builds a mean set of strings! OH btw great shooting! But shooting like that is going to hurt the wallet.



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    Welcome to the Martin Tech Forum. You definitely have a nice bow, and that's some good shootin'.

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    Nice shooter there. I've got the Exile(same bow). Got its first kill last night. Possum in the burn pit. It's no wonder Hutch likes the bow. It's wrong handed like him. Lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by HawgEnvy View Post
    Nice shooter there. I've got the Exile(same bow). Got its first kill last night. Possum in the burn pit. It's no wonder Hutch likes the bow. It's wrong handed like him. Lol
    Naw you guys are just looking at it backwards!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hutch~n~Son Archery View Post
    Naw you guys are just looking at it backwards!
    I have heard several people say Left is the new Right? I don't even know what that means!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by HawgEnvy View Post
    Nice shooter there. I've got the Exile(same bow). Got its first kill last night. Possum in the burn pit. It's no wonder Hutch likes the bow. It's wrong handed like him. Lol
    Which exile

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    That is a nice looking rig.
    If your gonna run with the big dogs you gotta get off the porch..

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