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    Darrenhood
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    Default Here's my LH Bengal

    She looks great & shoots straight too.
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    flytier17
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    Gotta say I love the Stabilizer. I have the Modular Hunter AND Modular AND S-coil. Good and heavy. Well-balanced and stable.

    Add an s-coil to the end of yours. Not much of a balance difference, but I wind and tuck grass and leaves into the rubber slots. Works great. Breaks up the outline of a long stabilizer. Mini s-coil worx too.

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    Darrenhood
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    I have an S-Coil, it was on there for a while. Definitely shoots better with it on. Little bulkier to pack around & I look like a pervert, walking around with all that hanging off the front of the bow.

    Every chance I've had to do my 100 yard sight in, the wind's been too gusty.

    I cut open full size bales & retied them half size, so they're easier to toss around. I was able to keep them all in a 1 1/2 X 1 1/2 foot bale at 80 yards, with broadheads & a crappy gusty cross wind.

    Been stuck indoors too much. Still haven't seen what this bow will do.

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    flytier17
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    Which model sight and rest do you have?

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    Darrenhood
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    The sight is a true glo cheapo, but it has the biggest guard I could find...room for 100 yards worth of pins (have a reputation to live up to, see the picture) & a glued on level.

    The rest is a Tiger Tuff D'Longhorn. Never meant to be a drop away, but I turned the spring around to spring it down instead of up. Then a longer piece of my D loop rope to tie it to the cable slide.

    Simplest & toughest rest I ever found. Used it all thru the 1990's. Then when the drop away craze started, I tried 2 different drop aways, then just converted my old Tiger Tuff & I like it a lot better.

    In between rainstorms saturday afternoon, I had time to shoot out to 50 yards, it shot one inch groups, with blades on, out to 50. So we're getting there.
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    flytier17
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    I thought your reputation was shooting dip cans at 70 off peoples heads.

    Might be kinda hard to put on a plate, at least legally. I understand.

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    Darrenhood
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    I couldn't fit "100 pound Slayer" on a plate, so it had to be 100 yard.

    Just don't say nothing about my pink fletching & I'll be OK.

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    OMG. xD

    I did not notice the pink fletching until you said it. xD

    Would perfectly fit to bfishers pink strings..? xD

    Btw a great idea for a fall away rest.
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    Darrenhood
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    It happened years ago. I ordered florescent red vanes, they substituted hot pink & I realy liked it.

    Thanks, about the rest.

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    Darrenhood
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    That's what the camo bag is for, to hide the pink vanes, so people don't call me the "Timber Twinky" or "Forest Fairy"

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