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Target limbs poundage on hoyt tiburon 2014 riser

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I couldn`t get clear information. Different answers on different sources. Anyone has experience?

I need to know the poundage change of hoyt f7 limbs on 21“ hoyt tiburon 2014 formula riser.

hoyt f7 short, medium and large limbs. Does the poundage change differ on each different limb length?

Also What is best for someone with 28“ draw?
Short limbs ok? or mediums for both hunting and target practice 3d?
short limbs + 21“ riser makes 62“ bow. MEdiums 64“ and large limbs make 66“ bow.

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Stress lines or crazing on recurve bow limbs

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There have been many posts on archery forums both in the US and Europe regarding CRAZING or those fine horizontal STRESS LINES across a bow’s limb(s). While some posts have discussed refinishing the bow’s exterior finish surface to remove the lines I have yet to see a post where someone has described any means of FILLING IN the lines with some kind of acrylic or lacquer finisher as is often used in wood furniture for example. I do wood working and have been thinking of trying some of these products on one of my bows to see if I can clear up those lines without totally refinishing a bow. May be why I got this bow for a good price because he failed to note the lines in his sale ad and he did not ask for what these bows normally sell for. I have done total refinish jobs on recurves and have had great success making an old bow look close to new but it is a lot of work.

Below is my Bear Super Kodiak Commemorative bow that has about 6 inches of crazing on the front of the top limb and about 8 inches on the front of the bottom limb. It appears the previous owner attempted to polish these out as you can see the lines across the surface from tip to tip. The spacing between the lines is closer and closer as you go towards the riser showing the higher stressed areas.

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Question here is:

Has anyone here on ArcheryTalk had any experience fixing CRAZING/STRESS LINES on a bow short of a total refinish job?
If YES then what did you use?

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Good ILF hunting limbs??

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I have a 19" Pinnacle 2. The only ILF limbs I have shot are TT limbs, which in my limited experience seems like good ones. But, what are some other good ones to watch for in the classifieds.

And, are there any that should be avoided.

I use my bows for hunting only.


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Short or medium limbs?

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Just got another Dorado and want to upgrade the limbs. Sold my first one and always regretted it. Should I get short or medium limbs? I have a 27 inch draw and this would be a hunting bow. I have always shot short limbs with my draw length but noticed many people swear off short limbs.


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Plastic on Blackmax limbs????

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Can/should the plastic on the ends of the limbs, where the limbs insert into the riser, be removed? Is it there for silencing?


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Window tint film on limbs

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Hi guys. I recently got a set of Formula F4 limbs for my Buffalo riser. Much smoother than the original wood/glass limbs, but they have bright livery adorning both sides. Fine for target shooting, but these limbs will stay on for the deer season and I was wondering if anyone has tried using automotive window tint film to tone down the bright graphics. I don’t want to do any permanent changes like painting them, in case I ever want to sell them. I already have some leftover 30% and 50% light transmission tint film from a car tinting project last summer. Just wondering if adding a non-stretchy film to a limb would negatively affect performance.

Thanks.


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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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