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    Thumbs up 82nd air borne

    I just picked up my 82nd my old 38 shot 232 at 61lbs 28" draw and a 426 oz hunnting arrow. My bow tech setup the same shoots 285 with same arrow

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    That is pretty fast for that heavy an arrow. How is that bad boy for shooting? You gouping well/ And to the site. Ss.
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    What camo pattern??????????? I am still looking for the Max 4
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    Come on let's see it!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shortshaft View Post
    That is pretty fast for that heavy an arrow. How is that bad boy for shooting? You gouping well/ And to the site. Ss.
    I shot it for the first time tonight indoor 20 yard range
    . Once I got it dialed in I could shoot a three arrow group in a quater , but I shot 6 arrows some times and had some fliers. The 82nd airborne is smooth, it is quiet but not as quiet as my buddies x-force. I did have to remember to relax my left arm ,With the short brace hieght it can hit your arm. I had a wisker biscut tonight but my hostage will be here tomorrow, and I stuck a used sight on it untill I get my Black gold Quest

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowtech 08 View Post
    I just picked up my 82nd my old 38 shot 232 at 61lbs 28" draw and a 426 oz hunnting arrow. My bow tech setup the same shoots 285 with same arrow
    WOW that is a heavy arrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BowhuntnHoosier View Post
    WOW that is a heavy arrow.
    He must have got one of my 3D spears mixed in his quiver!
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    Unhappy sorry 426 grains not oz

    Quote Originally Posted by Shortshaft View Post
    He must have got one of my 3D spears mixed in his quiver!

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    Congrats on the 82nd. A lot of good reviews are coming in on them. I think I may have to get one myself

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