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Some sage advice for Stan justx users #archery

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DON’T TAKE THE EFFER APART UNLESS YOU HAVE NERVS OF STEEL!!!. Yeah, what a pain in the keister.

Firstly, the cutout for the lanyard is not a good design. Too small and too tight a bend. Thinking I would loosen the screws a little bit for better access, I turned them one turn too much and "unpositioned" a spring inside. The result was a stiff trigger that would not adjust. I have rebuilt jet engines for 20 years. I have built fuel controls with little Itty bitty parts from scratch hundreds of times. Well after putting the justx back together, I can assure you it’s no picnic.

Secondly, do not attempt this in front of sensitive ears unless you are comfortable with a six year old cursing like a drunken sailor.

Thirdly, enclose yourself in a very small, very clean and sealed area because you will send each of the 4 springs flying across the room at least 4 times each!

Lastly, what a great release! Performance is smooth as butter and undoubtedly will make me a better shooter.

Consider yourself warned!


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Thinking of getting aSamick Sage (first recurve bow)

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So I’m thinking of getting my first recurve bow, and I was looking at the Samick Sage, since it’s affordable and has good reviews. But I have no experience with recurve bows. I do have some experience with archery, but I’ve only ever used Compound bows (I have a 70# compound bow right now but all full draw it’s only like 14#). But for some reason I’ve always wanted a recurve, (I guess I like the idea of traditional archery). But I have a few questions before deciding what I want to do.

1: What poundage should I get? I was thinking of getting a 45# bow.

2. What draw length should I get? My compound bow is set at 28" draw. Should my Recurve be longer, shorter, or the same?

3. What length should the bow be? I’m 5’11 and the Samick Sage is like 5’2, so I don’t know if I will have a problem with it or not. But I have no experience with recurve bows so it might be the right size.

4. Can I shoot split finger with the Samick Sage? Or is it designed for 3 under?

5. Is the Samick Sage even a good recurve bow? Or should I get something else?

6. If the Samick Sage is a good bow, should I get different strings? If so what ones?

7. And finally. Would it just be better to build my own bow (buy the limbs, string, and riser separately and then put it together myself) vs just buying a recurve bow that already comes with everything.

That’s about it. I hope you guys are able to answer my questions.


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bareshaft tuning a sage shooting 3 under?

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As a newb I have been watching and reading like crazy over the last few weeks on archery. I have not found anything on bareshaft tuning with a 3 under shooting style. How will this affect my results. If someone knows a good link that would be appreciated. I have a 45# sage with a 26 1/4 drawlength. Figure on 500 -600 shaft but would like to shoot the heaviest feasible broadhead for deer ( 165 to 175 grains I’m guessing). Any input is greatly appreciated.


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trade samick sage

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Anyone out there willing to trade a samick sage 50lb takedown for a Scythian horse bow around 40lb?


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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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String suggestion for Sage

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Getting a set of 35# limbs for my Sage and it was suggested i should probably replace original string as well. Looking at a Stone Mountain DynaFLIGHT 97 Flemish string—–good idea?


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Sage limbs on an old Darton riser

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After reading all of the threads I could find on matching old compound risers with TD recurve limbs, I decided to take the plunge. Riser is from my very first compound, an early 80’s Darton 45K and the limbs are 45# Sage. The only modifications I had to make were steel brackets to hold the limbs in place (the brackets on my Darton are plastic) and going to a 56" string because the Darton riser angles back a bit make than the Samick, though both are 19". The brackets I made fit right inside the original plastic ones. BH is just a little more than 7" and my el cheapo spring scale shows 42# DW with my 28 1/2" draw. I always liked the grip on my old Darton and love shooting this version of it. Very smooth, no stacking problems, and little hand shock. I started shooting barebow about 3 weeks ago. Before that I used a bobby pin rubber banded to the riser on my Sage for a sight pin. I usually start pretty scatter shot (especially up and down, not as bad side to side) but get more consistent after I shoot for a while. And this is only at 10 yards in my basement. Hope to get out to 20 yards soon, but the potential for mayhem scares me a bit.:) Thanks to everyone who posts the terrific information on this forum!

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Help, Samick Sage 30#, NAP Centerest Flipper fit? Proper Nock Height split finger?

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I Just got my 30# sage, and my friend had a NAP centerest flipper he doesn’t use, so I threw it on, and I am wondering if it sticks out too much. is it suppose to look like this?

I have read that some people file down the part that flexes on the rest. is this necessary?

I’m a beginner in archery and thou I want to do everything myself, including the first time setup, It’s become a bit overwhelming for me on how to setup my bow.

I have a bow square and I know how to set/change brace height. But I am not sure about nock height. Everything that I have read has been "Shoot what works for you, or everything between 1/8 to 1”.
is there a happy beginner starting point? like what does 3rivers or your local archery shop set your nock height too when you buy your first bow?

Also have 58” Fast flight flemish strings on my sage.

I am LH shooter, shooting split finger.
I have 5575 Gold Tip Traditional arrows.
Arrow weight: 269.7 gr
GT nock: 11.5gr
Threaded insert: 11.4gr
Point: 100gr
Gateway 4” parabolic: 2.76gr x3 = 8.28gr
Total: 400.88

I also have some 3555 Gold tip arrows at my disposal. same setup. Think that is all that is needed from my end. If I have missed something lemme know.
Really any help would be greatly appreciated. I have done a lot of reading on these forums, and I have a headache with information overload. Just need someone with experience to kinda start me off.

Sorry for GIANT Images.
Chris


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