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Stan sx2 #archery

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Dropped my release in the mud and can’t get it cleaned out good so I want to take it apart and give it a good cleaning . does any one have and pictures of the inside.


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Turkey shot placement #archery

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With turkey season fast approaching we made this video on shot placement and hope some of you will find it helpful. This is where we like to shoot turkeys with a bow based on our experiences. Thanks and let us know what you guys think !! https://youtu.be/LXCHaonCSas


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Is the Garmin Xero worth $200 #archery

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There are over 1000 threads on this forum alone discussing a multi-pin sight vs. a single pin sight. It appears that the Garmin Xero could be the best of both worlds. However, it doesn’t come cheap.

The Garmin Xero is priced at $ 800+. A rangefinder is $ 150-$ 600 (average $ 300) and a Spot Hogg sight is $ 300, so we are actually talking about $ 200. The question becomes, “Is the new Garmin sight $ 200 better than everything else?”

I am waiting for real world reviews, but if it performs as expected, for me it will be a yes.

PS: I have no ties to Garmin, it just looks like a game changer……..


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Hogg Father head swap #archery

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Has anyone changed a Hogg Father from MRT to a single pin housing? I know it can be done but I can’t find the parts online? Thanks!


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Diamond SB-1 for 20 year old? #archery

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Hello all, first I would like to introduce myself! I’ve been browsing the site for quite a while but just decided to join today. My name is GetZum and I am a 20 year old avid outdoorsman from Nebraska, USA. I have been researching bows quite intensely for a few months and have come to the conclusion that a Diamond bow is probably my best bet on a college budget. I have read really nothing but great reviews on these bows (specifically the SB-1) but everyone only says they are great for growing shooters. I was wondering if anyone had experience or opinions on these bows for someone such as myself who is done growing but still wants a reasonably priced well performing bow. I plan to hunt deer, turkey, and someday perhaps elk for reference. Any advice is helpful and please feel free to ask any questions i may have to covered!


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Extreme Cold and Bow Function #archery

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Hey guys,

going on a Musk ox hunt in march and expecting -20 and -30f weather. My bow will probably stay away from heat for a few days. I’m thinking not bringing it into camp might prevent condensation. Also thinking of bringing it down from 70 to 65lbs and tapping the handle on my BTX31. Any other tips for avoid malfunctions (mechanical parts, limbs, rest ect)? Cold weather advice and stories welcome

Have to finalize set up but it should look something like this:

Bowtech BTX31
27" dl @65lbs
Easton FMJ 5mm 340′s
100gr montec
Scott Release
Spott Hog 5 pin
QAD Hdx
Tightspot 5 arrow quiver


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NAP Mantis blinds #archery

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Nice looking blinds and I really like the concept behind them. Looking for input from those of you who have seen them in person or have one already.

Is the Mantis 2 big enough for a single person to bow hunt from? How easy are they to set up?
Any feedback is appreciated


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Celsius jacket vs. Cirrus jacket #archery

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If you have used both, which is warmer, quieter, more durable? Before anyone jumps all over me because this subject has been beaten to death, I did a search for Celsius vs. Cirrus and it returned 0 results. So back off. :)


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