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    I shoot Hoyt myself but I have to say I like that bow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhershberger View Post
    You should have gotten a hoyt. But nice bull!
    Psssshhh.......

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    Very nice bow! Looks like a great way to start the new bow season.
    From just the pic alone, it looks like your rest is much lower visually from your nock point. Remember chase the point when moving the rest.
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    Yep, it was set too low for bullet holes through paper, and I then realized that when I added and inch of DL and twisted the yokes to take out some cam lean it moved my cams out of time. A few twists in the cable and pow! Cams timed up, no lean, and shooting perfect through paper with the rest and nock point almost perfectly level. Now I'm happy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigSurArcher View Post
    Psssshhh.......
    It's all the same right? Kinda like a mx bike, what's your favorite color.

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    Sweet bow You are going to love it. Check out this link for some tuning tips: http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showth...ned+perfection

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    Dang! Great link! Thanks a lot.

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    Your going to really like that bow and Congrats on your purchase. Those Overdrive Binary cams are great for fine tuning your set up and have great adjust-ability. They also hold on target very well as you probably have already noticed

    Very nice!!!!!!!!

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    Do those silencers on the limbs make a big difference? My set up is pretty quiet now, but until I can shoot it next to a sleeping baby......

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    Quote Originally Posted by 8750 View Post
    Do those silencers on the limbs make a big difference? My set up is pretty quiet now, but until I can shoot it next to a sleeping baby......
    Na, just extra trash. Probably gonna take them off actually.

 

 

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