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Taxidermist screwed up, need advice. #archery

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I killed this elk in September, in Wyoming. Left it with taxidermist that outfitter recommended. I have used the taxidermist before with no issues. Well I wanted this elk scored for Pope and Young, called and talked to them many times in regards to making sure it got scored. After not hearing from them after the drying period I called again, they said scorer was backed up and he would get to it. Well I get an email this week stating the antlers were cut off before it was scored. The did score it for SCI and it was 280 and 4/8. I realize there are deductions for pope and young but I also think there is also another spread measurement for pope and young. To try and appease me he took antlers to the scorer and and the score measured the antlers and came up with 252 even. 8 points shy. That’s over 22 points in deductions from just the SCI score not including the other spread measurement. I don’t want to get into whether or not an animal should be entered? Just wanting some opinions on which direction to turn? Thanks
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Picking Out a Set of Binoculars – Need Expert Advice #archery

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I have decided to treat myself to a quality pair of Binoculars for Christmas. I primarily hunt West Illinois where we spend quite a bit of time glassing field edges in the evenings scouting before season. I currently have a cheap pair of Vortex Vanquish 8×26 binoculars that have served their purpose, but I want some improvement.

I have always been a Leupold scope guy, but not sure the quality of their binoculars. I am looking to spend $ 200 to $ 600. Does anybody have some recommendations in this price range? I am also open to buy a used pair in this price range if their is a model I should be looking out for.

Any advice?


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Christmas advice for some new archers #archery

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Hi everybody,

I have a family of five and am getting some beginner bows for everybody for Christmas. I need advice primarily on arrows, and also on any other thing I should be looking out for to start. I have measured the arm span of each family member under a pretense to get the approximate draw length for everybody via the armspan/2.5 method. I understand you will need a lot more information than I have at this time to really help us fine tune, but for now I just want to get a ballpark so we can shoot on Christmas and then begin a more rigorous fine-tuning process from that point. I have chosen beginner bows (Snake Recurve) and am trying to go to the fairly low suggested draw weights which I see in some places online for beginners so we can all start out working on technique and not be "overbowed" while doing it.

Here are the particulars:

Child 1 – turns 7 next month. Estimated draw length is 19.1". Receiving a 48" Snake recurve (15#).

Child 2 – 9 – Estimated draw length is 22.7". Receiving a 60" Snake recurve (18#).

Child 2 – turns 12 in two months. Estimated draw length is 23.3". Receiving a 60" Snake recurve (18#)

Adult woman – Estimated draw length 26.7". Receiving a 60" Snake recurve (#22)

Adult man – Estimated draw length 29.8. Receiving a 60" Snake recurve (#26).

My main question is what arrows I should order? I understand I should get fletched and not vaned arrows to shoot with this bow. Beyond that I don’t know much except that the low draw weights on the bows may make arrow selection a bit challenging, particularly for me (adult male), who has an estimated draw around 30". I know it is not possible to be perfect with such limited information, but if I can get some decent arrows in the right ballpark to have fun with on Christmas day then I can fine tune from there.

Also, if there is anything else I should know or should consider doing or getting I would be appreciative of any advice.

Thank you very much for your help.


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Draw weight advice for hunting season #archery

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I was able to shoot my bow today for the first time in over 6 months. Draw weight is at 70lbs. My group sizes were about 3 inches with broadheads at 40 yards. Ive hunted with the exact same set up for the last 2 years with no issues, however I was practicing a lot more before the previous seasons. I did not struggle to draw the bow at all, but just did not feel as comfortable as i normally would. I shot about 20 arrows with only minimal fatigue. I am considering dropping the weight to about 65 lbs, but am worried about having to sight in the bow after changing the draw weight. The bow is a mathews halon 6 70 lb draw weight with 30" draw length, my sight is an axcel accutouch carbon pro single pin, so i would have to use a new sight tape.

Would you guys just stick with the initial draw weight since it is shooting well or drop the weight?


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In desperate need of advice #archery

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I have a Bear Approach single cam. My last bow was an older PSE compound bow I got from my grandpa. My local pro shop set it up for me and I shot extremely well with it. Always had pretty tight groups out to even 40-50 yards. Robin hooded a few arrows with it even. So I know I can shoot decently accurate. However I recently got this bear, and took it in to have it set up. The pro shop recently changed staffing and this particular employee didn’t pay nearly as much attention to my bow as the previous one, he kind of threw it all together and sent me on my way. I have spent the last 3 weeks having a terrible time with this bow. I cannot get it sighted in properly, cannot get it to group well or consistent at all. I have tried adjusting everything and fine tuning it all as much as possible but I cannot get this thing to shoot consistent, can’t even get it on a bullseye hardly at 20 yards. And if I do, the next shot will be way off. The bow came set up at a 29 inch draw which is the same I was measured for and it is at around 62 Lbs which is comfortable for me. Previously I had a kisser button but on the new bow I do not. I do not feel like taking it into this shop will fix the problem and there isn’t another near by. Any idea what the problem could be? Draw length too long, incorrect arrows? I am shooting the carbon express wolverine(?) 350 that is 30 inches long with 100 grain tips. Too all my knowledge this thing should be perfect. I need ideas on what to try next. Bow season is coming and I am not at all confident in taking a shot at a deer with this bow. I had 100% confidence with my PSE which is now long gone.


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Need advice on tree stand #archery

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So I’m hunting 2 pieces of public land I prefer ladder stands but I need something easy too carry in and out. I’m hunting with a long bow as well so that goes into consideration. Help me out please

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In the market for a new bow. Need advice #archery

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Hey guys, I bought a ready to shoot bear showdown about 7 years ago and am looking to upgrade my setup. I know there are numerous great bows on the market but was looking for a little insight on suggestions for a new one. Would like to stay up to the 1000 price range.

Do you suggest buying another ready to shoot package or going and building a bow from scratch. I’d like to check out an archery shop to make sure whatever bow I get fits me properly. Is it worth buying straight from an archery shop or searching online? I’m in the Broward county area (south Florida) so it seems like archery shops are few and far between.

Any advice would be appreciated. Starting looking at archery talk forum but it seems like all the types of bows and accessories is overwhelming.

Forgot to add, the primary function for the bow is hunting

Thanks


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New bow advice #archery

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Hey everyone, i’ve been away from archery for a little while so getting back into the swing of things has been quite the change of pace. Being a lefty where I live, doesn’t help the case of readily accessible bows to try out. I’m looking at getting a mid range bow around the $ 600-$ 700 range. Any advice on which ones to focus in on? I’ve looked into the Mathews Z3, Pse Drive, and Mission Ballistic 2.0 and they all seem like good bows but i’m open to any others, no brand allegiance


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