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looking for some input of a couple of sights

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Im thinking about switching to a single pin for hunting i do a lot of spot and stalk rifle hunting and I’m wanting to take my bow I’ve always used multi pin setup for tree stand hunting. so I’m wanting to hear some feedback on the Spot Hogg Hogg Father single pin housing or two or three pin housing? ill use this for tree stand hunting as well.
whats everyones opinion on the IQ pro hunting two pin with a moveable third pin? my ideal set up if they made it is the IQ with three pin and a 4th being the rover pin. i haven’t seen very many reviews on the IQ pro hunter

any input or reviews welcome good or bad


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A couple of nice North Carolina bucks

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So I’m on vacation out here on Bald Head Island, NC, and look out the back window the other night and there are 3 bucks feeding in the back yard.
Two of them were pretty nice so I grabbed the camera and got a few pics.
May have to schedule the vacation a little later next year and bring the bow :tongue:




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Couple questions from the New Guy

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Hello Everyone,

Just wanted to say "Hi" and ask a couple of questions of you folks. I recently began shooting again after my wife scheduled a day shooing for the family a few weeks back. I had shot a lot in my youth, but it’s been literally decades, so after getting hooked again I consider myself a complete newb.

I purchased a parker sidekick xp. I have some left arm problem, and could lower the pull weight for this bow to a level that I could handle (I am hoping the exercise will help with the elbow and should problems I have). The price was also so good (clearance) that I was able to purchase arrows, a release, and backstop for less than the PSE and Hoyt bows I was looking at. For where I am at now I hope I made a good decision.

I have a couple of question I was hoping to get answered. One, the sight. I’ve been adjusting it, and now I have it set to the extreme bottom and extreme left positions. And it still needs slight adjusting. From my experience with rifle shooting, I am guessing that this may be a posture issue? Does anyone have a suggestion as to what I am going wrong?

Secondly, I had been having some trouble with the peep sight, and not getting good alignment. I had been reviewing "Nuts and Bolts of Archery", and attempting to replicate the draw and posture I saw there. However, when I did this, suddenly the Cable guard relaxed and drawstring from it was in my line of sight. Do I have to make draw length adjustments?

Thank you for you time, and I look forward to your answers.

Milo

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Couple of questions on arrows.

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I’ve looked around and I can’t seem to find what I’m looking for, so I decided to just go ahead and ask.

I’ve been shooting 30" 500 spine carbon arrows with 125gn field points, out of my 35# Samick Sage. My DL I believe is about 29 or 30" as the back of the field point is almost on the shelf. I’m shooting off the shelf, with a Bear hair rest and plate, and I’ve noticed a few things.

1) I’ve been trying to aim using the arrow as reference for horizontal and points on my riser for vertical. At 10yrds despite lining up on center with the arrow I hit consistently left with my arrows pointing as if I was shooting from the left. I know I can just aim more to the right to center up.

My question comes to this. The consistent left lean, could it be that my arrows are too stiff?

2) I’m looking at purchasing some aluminum arrows I’m working off of the Easton Selection charts that I downloaded. According to the Target chart I need: 2013 or 1916 on the 75 arrows and 2014 on the X7. According to the hunting chart:2114 or 2018 on 75 or possibly a 2016.
Spines at 28" on theses are:
2013 – .610
1916 – .623
2114 – .510
2018 – .464
2016 – .531
Which would you suggest? I know it’s a difficult question to answer without being here to see what’s going on.

BTW, I ordered the Masters of the Barebow DVD and found it to be very helpful. Just need to practice what they teach. Thanks for pointing me to it.

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Couple maintenance questions

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Hey guys(and gals)! Just joined the forum and I’ve only recently got into archery. I’ve also only been shooting my recurve since the start of summer so I’m pretty much a beginner.

Anyway, what are the proper ways to store a bow? I’ve heard of hanging them by the strings or by the riser but since I’m in an apartment I can’t exactly start drilling holes in the walls. Would my current setup (pictured) be fine?

Also, most of the time when I shoot I can hear the string or bow make a buzzing or humming sort of noise, is this natural or is there something wrong with my form/bow?

Lastly every time I go to the local range I just put my bow strung and fully assembled into my car, but yesterday I bought a proper bow case from Dick’s S.G. so now I’m wondering if I should unstring, disassemble and pack it into the case and then reassemble it when I get to the range and repeat when I go home or should I just keep doing what I’m doing now? Or is there another way to do it?
A lot of questions, but I am a newbie and I want to learn the right stuff before it’s too late! Cheers!photo 1.jpgphoto 2.jpg

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A couple newbie questions

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I have a Hoyt Dorado, and am new to “stick” bows. I have looked around but couldn’t fine quite the answers I was looking for, so here goes. The limbs are 45#, but when I pull to my anchor point I get closer to 50#. So from what I understand can use carbons with this bow, because it has reinforced limb tips. But I also read through a couple posts saying that regular carbon arrows are too light, and a recurve cannot really apply its energy as efficiently as maybe an aluminum arrow weighing closer to ten grains per inch. In addition because of this it will tune well, with carbons? I am setting this bow up basely like an Olympic recurve with a sight, flipper rest, and plunger. With that in mind I would like to have the lightest arrow that would tune well, and not hurt the bow for the flattest trajectory. Also does the typical 5grains per pound apply to this bow? I have some Gold tip 5575, cut to 28” that I would love to shoot, if they will fly. I have either 100 or 125 grain field tips. Any arrow suggestions? I like aluminums and carbons equally well, but have fletchers for carbon, so it wouldn’t hurt my feelings to stick with carbon.

Also it currently has a Flemish string, but I have an endless loop string for Indian “Deerslayer” also 55”I would like to try on the Hoyt, but don’t remember what the material is. The archery guys at Gander Mountain set me up with its so I assume its Stone Mountain, maybe D-50? Basically because its fast flight compatible can I use any string, any material? Any pro or cons or either design, and maybe with a difference involving arrow materials?

I have to say I love this bow. I have a Hoyt Turbohawk, and it’s so nice not to have to worry about a release, or a D-loop, or peep sight to tie in, or if my bow is in time. Just the simple elegance of a recurve bow. I may not ever go back to “wheelies” again. The recuvre does the same job, but with a lot less complexly and headaches. Thanks in advance for answering my questions guys.


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