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Rhino lining my Viper Treestand??? #archery

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This off season I am considering have my Summit Aluminum climber lightly sandblasted and then coated with Rhino lining. Anyone done this yet?? how did it work out??


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Working on your own bow #archery

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Anyone ever regret setting up a shop and working on your own Bow? I was talking with a friend the other day and his opinion (he’s a many time national champion) is you can never really get good without having your own set-up and learning to work on your own equipment. My opinion is it is financially a good investment (I have 3 kids shooting + wife) I know I was able to amortize the equipment in less than 1 year. I buy used bows and set them up (most times replace the strings foe $ 60) can’t even imagine spending $ 2,000 on a bow!
Love to hear your experience!


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First release – Carter Evo & Sensation? #archery

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I’ve been doing a huge amount of research, searching on AT, google searching and reading articles, watching videos on YouTube etc. I’ve just ordered my first bow (it’s a compound), and I’m trying to decide what release I am going to start with.

What I’ve learned most is that releases are a very personal thing.

After a lot of thought I think I might be best starting with some kind of back tension type release rather than a trigger release even though it will be more difficult. I assume it would be easier to learn now than possibly getting into some bad habits.

So my intention is to hunt eventually (Once I’m consistent and confident that I can make a good ethical shot. It would be mostly pigs and goats, a few rabbits perhaps, and if I can find somewhere to hunt them, some deer too eventually.

The idea I have at the moment is to get a release like the Carter Evolution, and when I’ve got it worked out and am shooting it consistently well at targets to then buy a Carter Sensation and practice with both, and then hunt with the Sensation since it sounds like a thumb trigger might be the more preferred option for hunting out of the two releases.

The reason for the Sensation is because my hunting will be spot and stalk so the release won’t just be clipped and hanging from a stationary bow as it might be in a blind or tree stand. I figure the open hook style would be more practical.

Does this make sense to those of you that are experienced? Given the price of releases I’d prefer to not make stupid decisions. I think the shop I go to carries both, so I can hopefully see if they fit my hand well before buying.

Look forward to hearing all your thoughts. Thanks in advance!


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Posch Sports Beginner’s First 30” Fiberglass Target Archery Arrows For Kids, Black, 12 Piece

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Posch Sports Beginner's First 30'' Fiberglass Target Archery Arrows For Kids, Black, 12 Piece

  • These safe arrows are for novice archers to have fun with, they require little care both when using and put away
  • Tough shaft: Nearly indestructible shafts no matter how rough they are treated
  • Tight fletching: Does not go off even being pulled deliberately
  • Easy fix: A new nock and a drop of glue the arrow is good as new
  • Bow friendly: Can fit with most bows (about #30 poundage or lower), recurve, takedown, or compound
Compatible with: Samick sage, sas series, bear archery bows, genesis, etc. As long as the bow does not weigh over 40 lbs., these arrow shall severs you well. Beginners be advised: Pm us if you have doubts *** the nocks can be replaced at ¢50 each. Or get them free via promotion. Compatible nocks have further discount Posch Sports posch archery beginner's first arrows length: 30'' (780mm) shaft diameter: 1/4'' (6mm) shaft: Fiberglass fletching: 2 blue 1 white peltate shape 3'' tpu vane arrowhead

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Spot Hogg Double Pin #archery

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If the top pin is set at 20 what yardages are u guys finding the second pin to be? I’m shooting a No Cam @ probably around 280-285 fps


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Favorite heated socks? #archery

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Anyone have recommendations for battery operated socks. The thermacells insoles are a huge waste of money. I couldn’t even tell they were on or not.

Any solid recommendations would be awesome! Thanks

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Rage and 4mm FMJ #archery

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Well i have a few complaints with these. Since switching to the hypodermic I have shot 6 different animals,( whitetail, antelope, whitetail, black bear, 100 pound hog, and another whitetail) 5 out of 6 times the broad heads snapped off where it screws into the arrow. 3 off those were hypos on 5mm axis and 2 were on 4mm FMJs. 4 out of 5 were pass throughs. I guess i am asking is to be expected with the hypos or just bad luck?

Second problem is my 4mm FMJs. I have shot two deer since switching to the FMJs from real tree axis and both arrows broke. I switched to them because I thought they were pert near indestructible. Are the 5mm FMJ any better?

Thanks
Buck


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My grouping went from a refrigerator to a dinner plate size in months #archery

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I’m new to archery, been at it for 2 months and shot about 2,000+ arrows. I shoot a samick sage bare bow. My groupings are getting smaller and smaller with each partice. My question is does it get exponentially harder once you achieve a certain grouping size and trying to get smaller from that? I seem to be stuck at dinner plate size grouping no matter how much I practice.


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