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    Wonder how he made out?
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    Quote Originally Posted by elkslayer4x5 View Post
    I would also look to the biscuit, aren't they prone to being tourque senitive? Of coures, I shoot off prongs, and so know nothing of biscuits except I prefer mine with gravey, and a few onions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by elkslayer4x5 View Post
    I would also look to the biscuit, aren't they prone to being tourque senitive? Of coures, I shoot off prongs, and so know nothing of biscuits except I prefer mine with gravey, and a few onions.
    Replace the biscuits with liver,now your talkin good..................
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedykills View Post
    Replace the biscuits with liver,now your talkin good..................
    Rather eat an onion
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    Rather eat an onion
    Now your are seeing the light!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hutch~n~Son Archery View Post
    Now your are seeing the light!!!!
    I'd say!

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    Quote Originally Posted by upland woodiw View Post
    Gibson thanks for the response. Ture I am new to archery but it shoots bullets hole when the arrow is nocked & pointing extreme left. I realize it could be my form but the guys at the pro shop watched me shoot & said they couldnt see anything wrong on my end at least not as extreme as the bow indicates but its still possible & then we discovered the cam lean at full draw.
    When lined up correctly/fixed by the pro shop or eyeballed by me, on release the arrow does come in contact the lower left part of the outter ring of the wisker bisket. The only way ive gotten rid of that is to move arrow rest left so the arrow flys straight though the rest but then again the arrow when nocked faces extremely left.
    So bacially itll shoot straight through paper & the rest but arrow must to be facing extremely left to accomplish this. As new as I am to the sport, even I can tell something is not right not, to mention Ive been back and fourth to my pro shop & I have even sent the bow into Martins for smaller issues that I now believe stem from a bigger issue.
    Today Im going back to the pro shop to drop the bow off for however long theyll need it to get it right, I really hope I didnt buy a $500 pile of junk
    Sounds like your biggest problem is the biscuit, better form won't fix that. That's why I like containment style dropaways like the Ripcord.

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    Hmmm biscuts and onions I'll be right over

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