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    What are you guys shooting for 3d poundage???

    I am shooting 64lbs and getting 260, was thinking of getting an Apex 7 and Shooting it at 68lbs, see if I could get a little more speed. Although I am shooting pretty well, so maybe I should stay with waht is working.
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    I'm shooting my Apex 7 at 63 lbs, 29.5" draw and shooting a Goldtip Series 22 at 296fps.
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    I am shooting 72# and getting 276fps.

    After you get that Apex 7 all setup you can put a WB on that SB and start shooting a little better.


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    Nope I am a copper johns arrow rest kinda guy....

    Really like the simplicity and w/only two models they really were able to get it right before the sent it out to mass market.
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    Bowman, you shooting the scardy cat rest?

    Give me some details, I think I'm going to order a couple for the shop to try out.
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    I am shooting the Scardey Cat Pro on my Switchback and love it. Very simple. Super easy to set up. And very quiet. On the dram and the release. And the mole skin/felt cover is nicer than the old rubber sleeve they had on the Alley Cat. I have one of the Alley Cats in my spare parts box and if the Cavilieir dropaway on my Icon (came with it) wont hold up my fat shafts this fall, the Alley cat is going on it.
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    60# 283 fps.

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    Hoyt UltraTec - 28" Draw / 68 Lbs / CX 3D select arrows - gives me 277 FPS.

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    Hoyt Ultramag set at 60lb-366 gr arrow -252 fps for hunting and 3-D

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    CSS Challenger 54# 312gr arrow at 29" gives me 280fps at 60# I get 294fps

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    63# @ 280

    Rytera Bullet X Vipro with Ultralight GT X-Cutters.
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