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Longbow shooter, a question

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USA Archery holds their outdoor national target tournament in Hamilton, Ohio every year. They shoot a FITA qualifier for recurve and compound then set up brackets for the 5 set elimination rounds. 70 meters recurve, 50 meters compound.

If they were to include a longbow division, wood arrows, shot at say 30 meters on a 60 cm target face, would you go?


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Drawlength/ Site question

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Ok so I recently bought a Bowtech Allegiance recently from a family friend. I went to a local bow store and told that my draw length was 27.5" and apparently this was supposed to match the same draw length on my bow. I had to put a new site on the bow, and when I sited in the bow, I still shot 8" too high (to clarify: I know how to get my sight lined up by chasing my arrows). I had a consistent release point but I feel that I have to contort my body to get it to line up with my peephole and sight. I shoot consistent groups they just go about 8" higher than I have aimed. I have moved the sight all the way up, so I do not know what the problem could be other than the drawlength. Any advice is very appreciated!!

If I do need a longer draw length, is there a tool for the allegiance to make it longer or do I need to get the whole bow restrung?


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Shoulder issue question?

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When people have shoulder issues/pain, are most of the problems in the bow arm shoulder or the string hand shoulder, Thank you for your replies.


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2010 PSE Brute LT tuning question

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Hello everyone

got a question and I hope someone can help me out on this. I purchased a 2010 PSE Brute LT for my backup bow. I really enjoy how it shoots, I put new strings on it and want to get it tuned correctly. Here is the specs on the bow … bow is set at 61/62 pounds ( maxed – 50-60 limbs ) – 28" draw length – 80% letoff. This bow has the PSE NRG cam … The cam has 3 white lines on it for tuning … my string is close to being lined up with the middle line, but is moving toward the bowstring the more I shoot ( string settling in).

Question is, when tuning, do I need to have the string lined up with the tuning line? Is the line just a reference point? Should I just work on the ATA, brace? I have searched all over the net but have not really found any solid information on how to use these "tuning alignment lines" on the cam.

Any help would be greatly appreciated,

Thank you


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Limb Weight VS Riser Length Question…

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I’m looking at a set of TT Blackmax Carbon Extremes…I feel that for $ 399?…they are offering a lot in a limb as follows…

• Advanced engineering, workmanship & materials for the quickest, most stable ILF limb for the traditional archer
• Limb tips are fastFlight/high performance bow string compatible
• Satin black finish over carbon
• 8 lams w/ 6 carbon layers with foam synthetic core
• ILF (international limb fitting) for standardized use on all ILF risers
• Weight is measured @ 28” on a 17” riser

and I won’t lie…as I would also appreciate the aesthetics of their solid matt black appearance on this new-to-me pse zone riser…however…I’m looking to hit in the 24#-26# weight range and this riser they are going on is 25"s while the limb weights are based on a 17" riser…so my question is…

They only go as low as 35#s based on a 17" riser…so would I be able to hit my desired weight of about 25#s on a 25" riser?

My quick Math says…27#s

T.I.A. Bill. :cool2:


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Storage question

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When I bought my bow they made a point to tell me to be careful about having it in the car, because the heat can cause damage/warping, which makes sense to me. Now I’m wondering what temp extremes are too much. Would I be ok to store it in the garage? It gets pretty warm in there during a 100 degree day in the summer, and pretty cold in the winter. Would I be better off finding a place to store it inside the house?

They also said as long as I’m shooting at least once a week or so, it’s ok to leave it strung. Any opinions on that? Do you make a habit of unstringing regularly?


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Peep Alignment Question

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Hey everybody, I just installed a RAD super deuce 38 on my lethal force, and have a question about my need to adjust it a bit. When I have it positioned at the right height needed, the peep is rotated almost 90 degrees. No problem, right? I mean, all I need to do is twist(shorten) the string a half or full turn to align it… BUT wait. If I twist the string (don’t touch the cables) any little bit, will that affect the timing of the dual track binary cams on my bow? I have no access to a draw board right now, and would really hope to not mess with the stops…
Thanks to Nuts and Bolts, I was reading up on some binary cam adjustment, hopefully he or someone else who knows these obsession cams can give me the answer I need, because it’s kind of annoying to turn the peep before every shot… 🙂
Thanks in advance!


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Newbie Arrow Question

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Hey folks, first post and I’d like to start by saying you all are a great bunch- for being a complete newcomer to the sport I feel like I’ve been able to gain a fair amount of knowledge simply from rummaging through old and new threads.

I’ve been out shooting just a couple times with some friends that are also newcomers, and have picked up a 45# Sage TD bow to start out with. Really the only remaining piece of gear I need to pick up is the arrows, but these more than anything else Im having trouble understanding- it seems like there’s quite a lot you can change on an arrow that will alter its performance… too many variables for me to keep straight at this point I suppose.

I’ve shot carbons in various lengths and weights, and some aluminum a that were a bit longer than any of the carbons, and the aluminum Easton arrows always seemed to fly a good deal straighter for me. After some research, it seems the Easton XX75 is a popular selection, but I really don’t have much idea on weight, length, etc. I’ll only be target shooting for the foreseeable future, with field tips (though it sounds like these can also have different weights?)… and I guess Im just curious if this is a decent arrow for a beginner, and if there are any opinions on what weight, length, etc. I should be looking for.

Thanks a bunch


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