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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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Quick question about the Samick Sage

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Hey everyone,

My Samick Sage came in today, and I was putting it together and noticed that the lower limb didn’t have the writing that it usually has. It just says "Sage" on it. No mention of weight and stuff. Is that normal? I don’t know if that writing is only for the promotional pictures and stuff. Thanks so much!


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Pse Thunderflight tuning question.

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I’m trying to tune a thunderflight I gave to my nephew. I have a whisker biscuit rest and its was set so the arrow was centered on the bolt hole on the riser. Then I used a t square to make sure the nock was set then I had him pull the string back with his eyes closed and we set the peep sight. Next we tried sighting it in and the sight is bottomed out and his top pin witch is his 20 yard pin is at the bottom of the sight. There is no more room to move the sight down so his pin will be at the top of his sight. So I moved the rest up and nock point up witch helped a little but still not enough. What else can I do to fix this I don’t think I should move the rest cause it’s pretty high now, should I move my nock point down more. Any help would be great, thanks.


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Question for all you PSE Shooters

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*****First I shoot left hand so I can’t go shoot bows to see which one I like best*****

So was out of compound shooting for a long time shot traditional stuff. Last year I took the plunge and got me a PSE Stinger 3G for the money I don’t think you can beat it. But this year I would like to up grade and am looking at the Revenge. If I shoot same poundage what will I gain by moving up to the Revenge?

Thanks
Tom


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Okay speed addicts here is a question

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Do you ever consider the draw weight when looking at the rated speed of a xbow? I guess what I am saying. A lower draw weight xbow that will shoot the same speed as a higher draw weight xbow with the same weight arrow. What got me thinking on this is my sons ventilator 125. As I posted on another thread. It will shoot a 423gr arrow at 368fps. That’s just at 125lbs of draw weight. Which is faster than a lot of compounds with higher draw weights. This not a thread to ruffle any feathers. Just a thought on how efficient some models are on releasing their stored energy on a arrow.


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Arrow Insert Question

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This may sound like a newbie question but can I use the same glue I use for fletching to glue in an insert? Or should I be using something else to hold up to the constant abuse that end of the arrow will take?

Thanks everyone.


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Question about arrow weight (target oriented)

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Okay, just a few questions for those that like to shoot a faster, more flat trajectory. I have a ilf setup, Hoyt excel, with tradtech black max limbs(wood/glass) I’m pulling right at about 51 pounds on a set up(with a 28.5 draw), been shooting 500 grain arrows out of it, but wanting to move to something a little faster. The 500grain arrows fly alright, drop quickly and are rather slow, so I’m looking to build a more target oriented arrow for my bow, for those longer shots.

I’m wondering as to what gpi I should aim for on the Tradtech black limbs, I haven’t found anywhere listing the minimum gpi to shoot from it, I’m figuring 7-8 gpi should be safe though right? I’ve been looking at the Gold tip ultralight pros, and the Easton Lightspeeds, the gpi for a 500 spine arrow is 6.5 gpi. My draw length is 28.5 amo, so i’ve been cutting my arrows to 27.5(with unibushing and insert/point length I usually end up around a 28.5-29 inch arrow).
I have some Ultralight pro’s already, 400 spine cut to 28.5 with a 85 grain point I shoot out of a older bow(that’s around 345 gpi), and i’ve run them through it and it seems decent enough. The spine seems a little stiff so I’m not sure I’d be able to shoot anything but feathers with those. Could I think bump it down to the 500 spine carbon(6.5 gpi), cut it to 27.5 and get away with it? If I put a 125 grain point in it I’d be right at a 350 grain arrow(7 gpi), but I’m curious as to whether or not the 125 grain point would weaken my spine to much? I’m wanting to fletch it with plastic vanes, so I need a good flex. Or could I get some more 400 spine, cut them to 27.5, and put 100-125 grain points in them and be alright? With the short arrow cut, I’m worried those may be to stiff, and I don’t really wanna have to resort to a heavy point like I did on another set of my arrows.

Or should I just say screw it, and save up for some ACC arrows that are a little heavier at 500 spine(like 7.8-8.1 gpi I think). I have some ACC arrows already, but I’m not a huge fan of the lack of a insert for the lighter ACCs(besides the half out one, which is terrible I think, they’ve splintered most of my arrows with those in them). I’ve shot alot of arrows, but most of the ones I’ve shot have been in the 10 gpi range, with stiffer spines cut to longer lengths to have room for a broadhead, so target oriented arrows are a little newer to me.

Thanks ahead of time, and any information or experience you can give is appreciated.


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