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Published by louie396ss on 24 Sep 2009

Is it bad to….?

My wife just bought me a new PSE Stinger NI and i drew it back without an arrow and accidently let it go, does that hurt the bow, should i be concerned?  Let me know, thanks!

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Published by [email protected] on 23 Sep 2009

Help rattus

Rattus the boys at leatherwall said you lived in hawaii and knew what kinds of wood are good for bow making, near me there is Guava, Halekoa, Some Koa, and ironwood please helo

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Published by kamensdaddy on 22 Sep 2009

PSE mach 8 what do you guys think about it?

im new to bowhunting. im getting ready to go look at some used bows today one is a pse mach 8 with extras for 250.00. what do you think of it.

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Published by DAN1986 on 22 Sep 2009

TROPHY RIDGE MEAT SEEKER

I was just wondering what everyone thought about the trophy ridge meat seaker vs the rage?

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Published by double ugly on 21 Sep 2009

new to it..

I am new to bow hunting as in I dont even own a bow yet. Any suggestions or tips that I could when looking into a bow would be great

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Published by nijimasu on 20 Sep 2009

prize bow finally kills

I was fortunate enough to win a PSE Diablo last year during the first writing contest. This year, I felt I knew the bow well enough to take it hunting. Here’s a pic of the bow and the Idaho mulie I slayed with it. Thanks again, Archery Talk!

Idaho mule deer

Idaho mule deer

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Published by Lisabowhunter on 20 Sep 2009

Look what was on my food plot!

Looks like a nice 8 pointer! Can’t wait for bow season.Lisa's buck 2009

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Published by korkskru on 19 Sep 2009

cable gaurd question

i have got a brand new martin saber, but my cable guard needs turned a bit to clear my fletching, backed out the set screws and it wont budge at all. are they threaded in or can i squirt some penetrating oil to loosen it up and not hurt the finish. thanks brian

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Published by nickoutdoor on 18 Sep 2009

New Wrist Bow Slings

Wrist Wraps Bow Slings are the MOST COMFORTABLE and EASILY ADJUSTABLE SLINGS available. Made in the USA out of water resistent neoprene. 6 unique styles and 3 BowTech, 1 Diamond, and an Alpine archery design.   Check them out at www.outdoorprostaff.com Bowtech Slings

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Published by trykonhunter on 17 Sep 2009

cams

i have a hoyt trykon bow with z7.0 cams. this is a 31 in. draw and i need a 28. does anyone know if i can use another type of cam from hoyt to get 28 in draw. or does anyone have a pair of hoyt z4.0 cams they would want to trade for mine or sell? thanks

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