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    Hi new member here.
    Good site
    The AT shutdown sent me looking... Looks like I may need to visit here often.

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    Yes this is the primo site for the folks here are very mature and courteous but have an astounding sense of humor. Also we are very supportive of all. so we Welcome you to our Archery Family here God Bless and Enjoy, Holy Smokes



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    Quote Originally Posted by Holy Smokes View Post
    . Also we are very supportive of all........
    yeah now that BOWMAN stopped talking about you know what........
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BOWMAN View Post
    yeah now that BOWMAN stopped talking about you know what........
    No WHAT????
    C'mon SAY IT...


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    Welcome to the site Hunter5425, Glad to have you.


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    welcome..... hunter5425

    hey brokenarrow dont tell anyone but if you check out the bowhunting section you may find a little something of intrest to you and the other regulars.....has to do w/a non negitive post about the you know what.......
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    to the forum hunter 5425 glad to have you here with us. So what kind of bow do you shoot and what accessories do you have on it??? We love to dawg each other for different brands and types of accessories. But it is all in fun and by no means do we mean to offend you. I get hacked on all the time for shooting my WB on my SBXT. I also still enjoy shooting my old aluminum arrows.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BowhuntnHoosier View Post
    to the forum hunter 5425 glad to have you here with us. So what kind of bow do you shoot and what accessories do you have on it??? We love to dawg each other for different brands and types of accessories. But it is all in fun and by no means do we mean to offend you. I get hacked on all the time for shooting my WB on my SBXT. I also still enjoy shooting my old aluminum arrows.
    Thanks for the warm welcome guys

    dawng away

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    Bit different to pic (have not updated since cam / rest change).
    Bow: 06 Ultratec, XT2000, Spirals, 50Lbs, 27.5"DL WC cables / strings
    Accessories: Sureloc supreme 550, Titan .50 scope, Fitz fiber, TT spring steel rest, Cartel stab, Home made side bar, Carter choc addict release.
    Arrows: Cartel triple500's, 125grn parabolic, 187Flex Fletch, X10 pin nocks.

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    Bow: 06 Trykon 55Lbs, 27.5"DL, 80% zephyr, WC strings / cables.
    Accessories: Spot Hogg Hogg it, Fitz fiber, Trophy ridge DZ rest, NAP shockblocker stab, carter chock addict release.
    Arrows: GT5575 and ACC339, 125grn Montec / combo points, Wrap, 4"quickspins, "G" nocks.

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    Have'nt you heard of the Hoyt Manufacturers Warning??????



    SHOOTING THE TRYKON FREQUENTLY MEANS SHOULDER SURGERY IN THE NEAR FUTURE.

    Just kidding there hunter those are some very nice looking rigs you have my friend. That Ultratec is oh sooooo swwweeeeetttttt.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BowhuntnHoosier View Post
    Have'nt you heard of the Hoyt Manufacturers Warning??????



    SHOOTING THE TRYKON FREQUENTLY MEANS SHOULDER SURGERY IN THE NEAR FUTURE.

    Just kidding there hunter those are some very nice looking rigs you have my friend. That Ultratec is oh sooooo swwweeeeetttttt.
    Yep itís strange... A lot of people donít like the zephyr and I must admit initially I was one of them. But now it is my favourite cam .
    I love the fact that you cannot creep on this cam just hit the wall and hold it there until the release.

    I like it so much I recently changed out the regular cam and a 1/2 (which I have always loved) for spirals on the UT in search of a similar feel to the zephyr... go figure .

    I think that with the modern cams and limbs, we are generally pulling less weight for the same numbers thereby allowing a harsher draw cycle. The draw cycle certainly takes some getting used to but I do believe that the cam gets a little extra bad press due to the fact that a lot of people are trying to pull too much weight on it.

    Anyhow thanks for the kind words

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    I see you are from Australia so what kind of critters do you hunt down there??? I would love to take a vacation down under.

    I have a buddy that just loves his Trykon XL. Different people like different feels.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BowhuntnHoosier View Post
    I see you are from Australia so what kind of critters do you hunt down there??? I would love to take a vacation down under.

    I have a buddy that just loves his Trykon XL. Different people like different feels.
    We have some excellent hunting down here in OZ.
    Deer Species - Reds (my favourite), Russa, Sambar, Fallow, chital and a host of others...
    Large and dangerous game - Buffalo, Banteng and scrub bulls
    Feral animals (the most widely hunted) - Goats, and pigs
    Also the humble native dingo provides an exceptional challenge in areas where mans influence has taught the animal to be among the most cunning on the planet.

    This is an excellent DVD and I can highly recommend it. It shows all the top end game but none of the deer species, these are mostly located down the east coast with the exception of the chital which can be hunted in the top end.
    http://cgi.ebay.com/BOWHUNTING-AUSTR...QQcmdZViewItem

    New Zealand is even better than OZ for some species (namely red deer, tahr and sheep).

    Definitely worth a trip.
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