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Old 01-21-2009, 06:31 PM   #21
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To keep this going I got a new truball st 360 release and i love it! looking for a nice target sight but money is tight right now....
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for the past 3 or so years.......i have been using my fletcher .44 caliper release.......smooth, but its holds like a sumbitch. just a little dry moly lube once in a while...good to go, and keeps the springs in good shape.
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yes, I like to hunt, a little anyway..... we have a local archery league starting this monday. I have a local 3d shoots that I go through throughout the state, and may I recommend to anyone who may be interested the rinehart 100..50 targets each day...lots of fun but really tiring. It was up in NC last year, but I don't know where it will be this year. All I know it was hot. I shoot a bowtech, with a trufire bulldog release.
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I have a Martin Jaguar, haven't shot it in a couple of years, but am getting the itch again. Bout a target that I have never used, tragic!
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yes, I like to hunt, a little anyway..... we have a local archery league starting this monday. I have a local 3d shoots that I go through throughout the state, and may I recommend to anyone who may be interested the rinehart 100..50 targets each day...lots of fun but really tiring. It was up in NC last year, but I don't know where it will be this year. All I know it was hot. I shoot a bowtech, with a trufire bulldog release.
some day i wanna hit up the 100!!!
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I'm actually heading out this weekend for possible one last chance in the stand. I shoot a BOWTECH General with SLick Trick broadheads.
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Anybody got hightec setups with scopes and 3 foot stabilizers? wat do you use for a release??
the picture's kinda crappy but the PSE mach pro i've got has the long stabilizer and a v-bar, also has a gkf magnified scope. i just use a scott little goose, nothing fancy.
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I do both. I'm shooting a Fred Bear Lights Out w/a Redhead trigger. It's smooth and quiet, not the fastest but who needs fast when you have quiet? I would love to get a bow that I could use the same pin out to 40yds. That would be sick. Maybe one of these days I can get me one of those high speed bow's.
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I do both. I'm shooting a Fred Bear Lights Out w/a Redhead trigger. It's smooth and quiet, not the fastest but who needs fast when you have quiet? I would love to get a bow that I could use the same pin out to 40yds. That would be sick. Maybe one of these days I can get me one of those high speed bow's.
save up for a deadnuts or cobra pendulum sight..........it lines itself up for ya....compensates. im probably gonna go with one when i get my new bow.
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the picture's kinda crappy but the PSE mach pro i've got has the long stabilizer and a v-bar, also has a gkf magnified scope. i just use a scott little goose, nothing fancy.
Any suggestions for a target sight??? i looking at sure-lock of copper john right now
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I do both. I'm shooting a Fred Bear Lights Out w/a Redhead trigger. It's smooth and quiet, not the fastest but who needs fast when you have quiet? I would love to get a bow that I could use the same pin out to 40yds. That would be sick. Maybe one of these days I can get me one of those high speed bow's.
Mathews came out with a few new bows that shoot 340,350,and 360fps!!
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I love bow hunting. I have taken more with the bow than any of my rifles combined. Sadly, I haven't been out in at least 4 years now. I think I wam going to do it this fall though. I need to get the matthews restrung and sighted back in. I miss the old "smack-thud" sound.

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Mathews came out with a few new bows that shoot 340,350,and 360fps!!
Just remember, speed don't mean anything with out arrow placement.
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Huntnig in the winter and target in the yard the rest of the year. I've got an old PSE Nova and an even older recurve of unknown origin which I used exclusively this year. Didn't get anything with it but shooting it just feels....right. Getting my 7 year old a Mathews Genesis for his b-day in april. He's been begging me for a bow since he was 4.
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Just remember, speed don't mean anything with out arrow placement.
Damn right! i have a mathers legacy with a 5 pin sight and hunting arrows.... i might be shooting 300fps if that.... and i shoot open class with all the guys that have 2000$ setups.... its almost all skill but the right equipment does help out alittle
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Any suggestions for a target sight??? i looking at sure-lock of copper john right now
I shot a buddies bow with the sure loc...it's a REALLY nice site...that's all I can say, if you haven't shot one, give it a try, you won't be disappointed.
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I shot a buddies bow with the sure loc...it's a REALLY nice site...that's all I can say, if you haven't shot one, give it a try, you won't be disappointed.
Alot of people seem to have the sight must be good..
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Getting my 7 year old a Mathews Genesis for his b-day in april. He's been begging me for a bow since he was 4.
Our organization works with kids at a local youth camp and the last few years we talked them into buying some Genesis bows. Very good bow for kids. Not-for-profit orgs can also buy them at a discounted cost.

We shot some aerial targets last weekend, love to bowhunt, and we also hosted 5 themed 3-D shoots last year.

Archery with my family is a blessed combination.

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Any suggestions for a target sight??? i looking at sure-lock of copper john right now
yeah like canuck said sure loc makes great sights i know a bunch of target shooters that have one...
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yeah like canuck said sure loc makes great sights i know a bunch of target shooters that have one...
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