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Best HOLDING bow out there! #archery

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I was wondering if I could get everyone’s opinion as to what they believe is the best HOLDING bow out there that they have shot. I know that every bow seems to appeal in one aspect or another whether it being looks, speed, etc but taking absolutely nothing else into account other than how dead steady your pin movement is what has impressed you the most? I own a BowTech experience and with the limbs being beyond parallel and a 32 inch ata I feel like I have to fight my bow here lately and my pin movement seems to be pretty sporadic. I know that you generally require a lot more back wait for parallel limbs so I think maybe the balance of this bow is not the best for me. I’m interested in competition shooting so I realize with this hunting bow I’m at a disadvantage, and I also know that target panic as much not to blame seeing as how I can pick up my buddies Matthews 32 ( which is the same ata ) Halon and seem to hold rocksteady compared to mine. Does a long, straight riser and a longer ATA contribute everything to creating that steady hold?!?!


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Still holding antlers

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I have been shed hunting the last few weeks and haven’t found anything on either property I’ve got access to. This past week I put out a camera and some corn in an area I plan to put my food plot. To my surprise many of the bucks on camera are still holding one or both sides of their antlers. Anyone else seeing the same thing? I do have a few that I can tell have lost both sides though. And a small herd of does as well.
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Trying to figure out my holding weight, not so straight forward

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Not so straight forward and just a guesstimate, 26" Vanquish riser wound in 3 turns on the bolts, 43# Hex6’s at 26.25" on the button showing 44#, problem is I don’t have decent set of scales (just cheap fishing scales) seems from my Longbows it appears to be consistently showing around 2# less as marked on the scales and as I’m drawing 1" shorter I’m guessing I’m holding around 43 to 44# at anchor.

29" 500 Lightspeed 350g, 3" feathers, 125g point gives me 60y point on (ideal for IFAA 3D), bareshaft showing slightly stiff but I don’t want to increase point weight or poundage as one more turn on the bolts puts me out of my Form comfort zone, at this current setting I’m drilling the 10 ring out to 40y one more turn on the bolts and I start to see a more Form mistakes. I’ve got some 29" 550 Carbon1’s with 120g points on order and I hope these tune a little better.

Today I figured out 70 and 80 yards using riser shelf, felt good to keep them in the score zone at these distances.

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