What's your draw length and do you have your Wildman's on your Slayer?
'Cause I just got my 2X4 yesterday and mount it on my Slayer and noticed that if you're 29" of DL the field point's or BH won't reach the rubber in the hood. #30" arrows will. I'll post pic of this and more on another thread , I'm just waiting for my pics to download from my cell.
I draw 30", so the bow is set @ 29.5" and I have a loop.
That could change as I am still growing. I was 29.5" last September. Now, i'm 30", and my hunting arrows are too short.
heres what to do.
Flip the lower arrow holder backwards (the rubber part), and mount it upside down on the bottom of the bow. Not, clip your arrow into that behind the fletches. Should work for an arrow 27.25"-27.75" depending on the length of vane, and where the fletching starts.
I changed the cams around on the Moab. Took all of 20 minutes. Then mounted the quiver just to see how it fits. Quite a bit of adjustment to it. I was surprised. My arrows are 27" so I had to flip the arrow holder as you guys have. I was going to mention it, but that darn Alec beat me to it.
Alec, the B Cams fit OK. I had it all set up just the way IU wanted with the X system and all. Problem is I couldn't get one of the screws loose that hold the CCS to the riser and my cables would have whacked it pretty hard. I tried everything short of using heat on the riser, which isn't going to happen.
I'm not ready to part with the cams as of yet, but if I do decide to sell them or something you'll get first divies.
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Ditto!! It is solid and I like the VEM on it too. No sound at all.
I also want to add that if your a left hand shooter, the quiver (2X4) will set up towards the front of the bow, different from a right handed on which I assume it will be aligned on the the side of the riser. I also had to move my sight back so the arrow in front of it won't be against it.I shot about a dozen times and felt like in fact affects my center of gravity a bit. I'll shoot it for a while and see if I get used to it. If not I'll mount it on my son's new bow.
Here's a picture of my L/H SLAYER with it so you can see what I mean:
Last edited by Desmond; 03-20-2009 at 02:35 PM.
Nope, that can be solved too.
There is a screw in the back of the hood. Undo it. Now, the hood pulls free. Turn it around, and when you mount it on your bow, it will point the right way. You'll have to do the same on the bottom of the quiver too.
What?? You got to be kidding me!! Thanks, I'll try that!
You know, it would've been really nice if Wildman Co printed them instructions for the lefty shooters that buy this product. I bet some had returned this quiver 'cause they couldn't figure it out and some would've ended using the way I have it now,..... I was !
goin with the wildman fast four for the best price ive found anywhere. If anyone knows where to get it cheaper let me know thanx and thanx to all who put there info in.