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    Senior Member Daniel Boone's Avatar
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    Default New Toy in the house. Elite XLR

    Got it in last night. Feels fine.

    Indoor set up.

    Trophy Taker pronghorn rest drop away.
    Carter Target four cut down to target three
    Olde model Bulseye scope with black up pin for BHFS
    AEP stabilizers
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    Goldtip Triple X arrows 4" fletch 150grns in front. Cut around 28"

    Elite XLR sure feels nice.

    New Toy in the house.  Elite XLR - General Archery Forum

    You cannot go wrong witha CBE sight

    New Toy in the house.  Elite XLR - General Archery Forum

    Anyone remember the Old Bullseye scopes

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    thats a sweet set up DB.
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    Default Your going to like it!

    Got my XLR this morning. Got home this evening put it together with a quick paper tune and went shot a 300 22X vegas round. Been struggling shooting for a while indoor and I believe the XLR was the answer. Can't wait to get fine tuned. Your gonna have fun with this bow, DB
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    Quote Originally Posted by okarcher View Post
    Got my XLR this morning. Got home this evening put it together with a quick paper tune and went shot a 300 22X vegas round. Been struggling shooting for a while indoor and I believe the XLR was the answer. Can't wait to get fine tuned. Your gonna have fun with this bow, DB
    Durn it! I had a chance of beating you shooting Indoor before. Now I'm not too sure! Lol
    My XLR sure holds well. I like it so much I got Ba3d's old one. I also picked up a riser off of A/T. sacrificed my GT and built Devin D a 65# max Red XLR. Ole Woodbugger shot Dev's yesterday after the Tulsa Indoor. 2 arrows... perfect Robinhood.

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    I would sure like to shoot a XLR I may shoot chads at the qulifer sure is a nice set up DB
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    Sweet rig! How is the clearance with your feathers? I'm shooting 2712's w/ 4" Gateways and they do catch my cables

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    Default Tick

    Quote Originally Posted by The Tick View Post
    Sweet rig! How is the clearance with your feathers? I'm shooting 2712's w/ 4" Gateways and they do catch my cables
    My understanding the clearance is better on the new 2010 models. Getting a perfect bullet hole evertime. Bow seems to be hitting right behind the pin.
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    Default Not sure about that.

    Quote Originally Posted by RandyD View Post
    Durn it! I had a chance of beating you shooting Indoor before. Now I'm not too sure! Lol
    My XLR sure holds well. I like it so much I got Ba3d's old one. I also picked up a riser off of A/T. sacrificed my GT and built Devin D a 65# max Red XLR. Ole Woodbugger shot Dev's yesterday after the Tulsa Indoor. 2 arrows... perfect Robinhood.
    I heard you put up another good score at Tulsa yesturday. Congratulations. Randy your going to be tough to beat. Im saying all this great indoor shooting going to lead to some fine 3D shooting if we get some good weather.
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    Default XLR is a shooter

    I switched last fall from an apex 7. The XLR is way more forgiving than any mathews I ever shot. I shot mathews for nine years.

    I shoot a lot more consistant indoors with it. The bow just points better. If you make a marginal shot it still seems to hit the x ring.

    Even though it is a 37 ata +/- bow, it shoots more like a 41" ata bow.

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    I have found the XLR to aim better than any bow I have ever shot.

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    Default Got two now

    Just traded the XXL for another one.

    Make a good back up bow.
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