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I guess we’re just different #archery

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This isn’t a archery related post but I wanted to take a minute and put something in yalls ear. Last night my wife seen something she really wanted on the internet through a private seller in Ohio and we talked about it for hours and went to bed with it still in the air. It was $ 500 and honestly it was a deal of a lifetime! Well while I was at work today she messaged me and said she was going through with it and without asking how she was gonna pay for it she went ahead and used friends and family. She always hears me talk about how it’s risky but I haven’t been burnt with it and as long as they have good feedback most of the time it’s ok. Well this guy had an official website and everything. So when I got home I seen she had been crying. He got her for every dollar and even attempted to get more money afterwards! I guess I’m trying to say before you ever decide to screw someone think about the impact it could have on someone and their family. Thanks

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Do different tuning methods all lead to the same end result? #archery

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Do all the different tuning methods…bareshaft, broadhead, french, walkback, paper tuning, etc. all lead to the same end result?


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Elite 37 and 39 same riser, different limb geometry?

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Ok, Im told the Elite 37 is the Elite Vic 39 with its limbs swept back several more degress to reduce AtA by an inch on both ends….If thats so…..is it just the Limb pocket, meaning components could be obtained and a 37 and 39 could be converted or is the riser angle on the ends of the riser set a steeper angle?


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Different sight?

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Been shooting an armortech hd for a few years, wanting to try something different, maybe spot hogg. Any suggestions, or should i stick with it? Hunting and 3d


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Bare shaft tune with different arrows

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Can I use a different arrow to tune or do I have to use the ones that I plan on shooting all the time?


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different purpose…different pressure

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My first thoughts when I saw “Broken Leg” last winter had much to do with coyotes…and for a while I’d stick my head outside in the darkness, morning and night, figuring their howling would give me a direction to locate what I thought was a sure thing. In a phone conversation with an old hunting buddy, I even said, “She’ll never make the winter”…but when Spring rolled around she’d proven me wrong. Not being perfect, I’ve set a limit of being wrong once a year, so I only had a little struggle with giving credit where it was due…but now she was back on my mind.

Just a few days ago I mentioned not shooting at a couple of deer because I figured it was too dark to see where the arrow hit and that the last one was one I’d been waiting to see. Well, that was her, and I had a battle with myself over reconsidering my options…might not get another chance…but better sense won out.

Yesterday, with just enough daylight remaining I was given another opportunity…and it was one of those times when all other references to time don’t equate. There were several times that I could have released an arrow…but I wanted her in the most favorable position and she just wasn’t cooperating. I was being consumed with “this is not just dropping another deer…it’s more than that” so, I had started accepting that it might not happen…when she turned…and sent my determination into overdrive.

Well…that’s just about the last chapter in the story…except for processing how different the pressure was when my intentions were being driven by somewhat different reasons than in the past. Much to think about…much to be thankful for…much sleep is needed…and to all a Good Night. Rick.

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How are archery compound bows different?

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How are archery compound bows different?

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When the archery compound bows entered the bow hunting world, it changed the way people view bows and the choices they make when it comes to bow hunting equipment. Back in the old days of bow hunting, hunters and sportsmen who are inetersted in bow hunting were severely limited by the choices of bow hunting equipments available. They had to choose between the longbow and the recurve bows. Most would go for recursive bow as these are much stronger and had more power than longbows. The invention of the archery compound bow changed all that.

The inventor of this innovative tool is a Missouri based hunter, Holles Wilbur Allen back in 1966. The bow was granted a US patent in 1969 and its popularity began to grow since then. This modern bow used a levering system that pulls or bends the limb with cables and pulleys. The limbs are made form stiff materials which are usually a composite materials engineered to deliver a string and powerful force. The power and energy is drawn and stored in the limbs and not on the pulleys on the cables.
How are archery compound bows different?

The archery compound bow is strung in continuous loop that makes use of a pair of pulleys to give force to the arrow. One of these is actually a cam that allows the release of tension from the arms of the archer when he draws the bow. This feature enables the archer to hold the position easily and get a more accurate shot when the arrow is released onto the target over a distance. This allows a person to get a more targeted release than what is possible with a recurve bow or a longbow.

With compound bows, the archer is able to adjust the strength of the bow. This is not possible with a longbow or a recurve bow. With longbows and recurve bows, there is a determined level of strength when the bows are created and it is not possible to change it after that. Compound bows remedies this by letting the archer control of the amount of strength he wishes to get from the bow he is using.
These types of bows are considerably shorter than longbows and you can carry these long easily without worrying about getting tangled in the thick undergrowth of the hunting grounds. Once those bows get tangled, freeing it would generate a lot of noise. This is the untainted mistake in any hunting trip. You will drive your target away from those grounds even with the slights possible noise.

Some Setbacks to Know

Compound bows come with disadvantages as well. It is very difficult o unstring and string compound bows when compared to the older version of long bow and recurve bows. Compound bows can only be unstring with a special tool for clamps that is used to string the bows in place. If one attempts to do this without the use of the equipments, it can cause very serious injury.

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How many of you shoot different brand bows for different venues?

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I shoot a Mathews MR6 and 7 for hunting. Mathews Apex7 and Hoyt Contender Elite for 3-D, and a Hoyt Contender Elite for Indoors. I shoot what I want when I want. Not a fanboy for any company. Maybe I’m the only one who does this. Are there any others?

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