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Post your best theft-deterrent idea #archery

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Interested in everyone’s solutions to keeping treestands and trail cameras secure.

PLEASE, keep the stupid comments to a minimum. You’re not the first person to say "Don’t put anything in the woods you aren’t prepared to lose", or "if someone wants it, they’ll find a way to take it". It’s not a profound idea. Everyone gets it. We’re interested in keeping the honest people honest.

Example:

On my stacking sticks, I replace the pointless round hitch pins with stainless steel nuts and bolts. The cheap-o stamped steel wrenches that come with your treestands are1/2", so that’s the size I used. Tighten them enough to where if you want my ladder, you need tools. Keep the wrenches in your backpack you use when hanging/retrieving stands, and throw a set in the console of your truck.

This worked so well that when some asshat came through the woods with bolt cutters, he got my stand (cable lock), but the whole section of 25" ladder was laying there next to the tree (apparently he needed my straps).


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Hoyt carbon defiant turbo #archery

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Thinking about selling my turbo and going with pro defiant 34 or tempo, does anyone think that is a wise choice?


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Looking for second opinion on spine #archery

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looking for a second opinion on spine for my brothers hunting setup. He drew a moose tag and wants to do his first archery hunt.

He is shooting an Elite impulse 34 at 30.5" draw and 65# draw weight. He left arrow selection to me and I settled on Easton 6mm axis. Arrows will be around 29 to 30". But I want to use brass inserts. Archers advantage says 50 grains is optimal, maybe ever so slightly stiff and says 75 grains is optimal with a 300 spine. My only concern is that the 6mm axis is not listed on AA so I was just using the 5 mm axis on the shaft selector.

Can someone run the numbers through another shaft selector and see if the 300 spine 6mm axis will work with 75 grains insert or the 50 grain insert?

Thanks in advance!


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Good 3D target #archery

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My buddy and I have been shooting our bag targets a lot, but we’d like to get one or two 3D targets to shoot. I need something that’s good size and will last. I’ve been looking at the GlenDel buck target but I don’t have any experience with them. What do you guys suggest, and WHERE do you know to get the best deal?


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New hunter: which shop’s advice to follow? #archery

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New to bow hunting and looking to get out and shoot this year and maybe go pig hunting before end of year and deer hunting in 2018. My purpose with this post is to get some input on the advice given by two bow shops.

Shop A – less than 10min drive, has Obsession #Hashtag (max 60lb) in stock. I shot this bow at 24.5" and 50lbs and liked it. I found the bow to be smooth, nice let off, a firm back wall, reasonably light, and easy to hold. Shop had no issue with the draw weight being adequate. The suggestion was made that I could go thinner arrows b/c of my short DL and pick up more speed. The sales approach was a bit aggressive.

Shop B – a 45min drive, has significantly more lines and quantity of bows in stock. I communicate a target of $ 500 max for a bare bow. The sales guy pulls out Hoyt Powermax, and PSE Drive R SD. Obsession #Hashtag bow is also in stock. I got set up to shoot the PSE which required 25"DL. The sales guy strongly suggested a 70lbs in a SD specific bow b/c of my short DL and that I target 375grains at 280-290fps. He was adamant that I target 70lbs and SD specific bow/cams. There was no sales pressure at all. The shop would order a 70lb bow with a deposit. There didn’t seem to be wiggle room in pricing, but pricing on sights and rests seemed to be generally better. While also slow, this is clearly a high volume shop. Also suggested I go with a lighter spine narrow arrow b/c of my short DL in the quest for speed.

So which shop is giving me more sound guidance? Shop A with no concern about speed or Shop B with a firm push for 70lbs. I’ve never drawn 70lbs. Shooting 60lbs seemed reasonable, but I’m sure I’d need conditioning to get to either draw weight. Given my draw length, the KE of a modern SD bow is significantly greater than my 2007 Diamond Cutter at 24.5" DL and 50lbs. I think it maxed at 275fps at 28" and 50lbs. I get the accuracy vs speed debate, but speed sure is addictive.


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Stab advice for a newbie #archery

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I’m new to bows and bow hunting and need input from the good folks on AT about what kind of stablizer I should get for my new to me maxxis 31.


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Chill users, what arrow? #archery

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I’m still shooting a Chill from when it first came out, 2013? I don’t remember. Anyway, I’m shooting GT XThunter 7595s arrow is approx 28 1/4. The bow liked a stiffer arrow. I’m looking at getting into a new arrow and I’m wondering what you guys are shooting and what you’d suggest.


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Doinker V-bar screwsize #archery

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I recently got myself a Mighty Mount Mini. In contrast to the bigger Mighty Mount this Mini V-bar is outfitted with a different type of hex screws to adjust. I`ve already damaged one of these screws. Reason being that they`re not beefy enough. So, I like to exchange these with the higher head hex screws that come with the bigger V-bar.
My question is; These screws on both V-bars, are they interchangeble and what size are they? Someone with knowledge can explain please. Thanks


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