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Noob question about restringing #archery

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Hey guys. New member of the forums here and an almost complete newbie to archery in general. I used to love archery when I was in Boy Scouts and have only shot a compound bow once or twice since but I recently have been wanting to get back into it. So I went on craigslist and got a Hoyt compound bow, obviously an older one, for 20 bucks. They painted it black for whatever reason and tonight I started the stripping process. It’s a red Hoyt Meridian. My question is, can any bow be customized for the shooter? When I draw it’s obviously too short for me. I’m 6’4". Also, I’m worried that the paint stripping spray is going to affect the already old strings. How much do you think a new string job would cost and can the draw length be customized? Any info at all would be appreciated. Thanks!


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crossbow string question #archery

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anyone ever use bcy x to build strings on the newer crossbows. just want to know if its safe.


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Question about fletching Bohning Heat vanes #archery

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Does anyone know if you can fletch the Heat vanes with the Bohning Blazer Helix fletching jig?
Also, has anyone had any adhesion problems with these vanes?
Thanks, Nate


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Tommy Hogg question

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I know it’s probably been asked a million times but I can’t find the answer. I just started archery for the first time is about 20 years. I just bought a halon 6. I bought a 3 pin tommy Hogg for it. But the directions aren’t very clear. When sighting it in should I start with the bottom pin? I want to set it to 20-30-40 with the bottom pin being my adjustable pin. So do I shoot the bottom pin at 20/60; then set the dial to 40 according to the tape? Or do I dial in the 20 and 30; then shoot from 40/80?


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Bino’s Question

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I’m looking at upgrading my Bino’s (terrible pair now) and they are 10×42′s. Not clear, and hard to keep in focus.

ANYWAY,

Looking to upgrade without breaking the bank (no HD’s for me). I’m really leaning toward Vortex or Nikon (trying to stay under 200).

I’ve been watching the classifieds and the deals posts and have found some. But my question is should I go with 10×42′s or 10×50′s?

I do Midwest hunting (WI, KS, MO, IL) so don’t need super powerful ones (not doing all day glassing or anything). Will use them for 3d shooting (nothing serious though).

10×42′s do seem the most popular but question if stepping up to the 10×50′s will be beneficial to really get a good look at that buck across a 200 or 300 yard field from time to time. Any draw back of going to the 10×50′s (other than hard to find a good price on them)?

Thoughts or suggestions?

Thanks!


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goggle earth question

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guys i am trying to outline my property
and for some reason i can outline but can not save
someone know how please a step by step explanation


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Spine question

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I am currently shooting Easton axis 340′s with 100 gr heads cut to 26 3/4" at 70# from my 2013 elite hunter at 27" draw. My question is this. I wanna drop back to 60-65# for indoor spots league this winter. Gonna be shooting fat boys, x-cutters or something similar. I wanna jump to 150gr tips with these arrows. With the increase in point weight and drop in draw weight will I still be good for a 340 spine? Or?

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Rattling question

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Once the ruts on, when is rattling effective again? Or do you ever stop?


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