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Spot hogg’s measurement of micro adjust #archery

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I have a spot hogg fast Eddie xl and I’m trying to figure out how much distance one click on the micro adjust is at 20 yards. I feel like I have to move it way to many clicks before I actually notice a difference. I can’t find a measurement anywhere online and know sight companies like axcel and cbe give a in/yd per click measurement with there sights. Does anyone know what it is for spot hogg sights?


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Easton workhorse internal measurement needed! #archery

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Anybody have a depth measurement for the Easton workhorse? Basically from the back where string would be to the furthest point up by zipper. I’m needing a soft case for transporting from camp to the stand and have a Fast Eddie XL sight on my Triax that is almost all the way out from the riser and want to see if the case will fit my bow with sight installed


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Axle to axle and brace heigth measurement adjustment?

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I am working on installing my new string and cable set (first time doing something like this). I am supposed to have an axle to axle of 33" and a brace height of 7", I got the A2A set at the 33" but the BH is at 7 1/4". What do I adjust to get the BH to the 7" and not adjust the A2A? This is on a 2010 High Country Iron Mace 70# 30" draw. Slaved trinary cam system.

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Draw Length Measurement

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I have read about how and where to measure draw length and am still a little confused. I have a 40# Samick Journey and I measured my draw length by putting a clip to the end of my arrow and pulling to my anchor point then measured the arrow from the nock to that point. I got exactly 28". So I decided to put it on my draw board and see what the poundage was and when I pulled back to the mark on the arrow it was reading 37#. I assume the bow is measured 40# at 28" of true draw length and not AMO draw length. Is this correct? So technically my draw length is then 26.25". Can someone explain if I did this correct or not, I am trying to decide on arrows and its looking like I will need a 600 spine with the poundage I am pulling.

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