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    its a 12 im partial though if it wasnt for liners I would never get a 12
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    Inside part of the line on the connector is a 12. This really can be a tough call becuase it has to be touching where the two lines touch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Boone View Post
    Inside part of the line on the connector is a 12. This really can be a tough call becuase it has to be touching where the two lines touch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hstubblefield View Post
    DB did you walk up and stick that arrow in there
    80yrds with my eyes closed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Boone View Post
    80yrds with my eyes closed.
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    You didnt need to walk that far just to stick it in the target, or with your eyes closed none the less.

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    12!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason-R View Post
    You didnt need to walk that far just to stick it in the target, or with your eyes closed none the less.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Boone View Post
    Inside part of the line on the connector is a 12. This really can be a tough call becuase it has to be touching where the two lines touch.

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    There is a pic in the asa book showing the connector lines. By the way explain it and what the pic shows I know there have been some 12's taken from some shooters. It says if your arrow is touching the line and you are 90% from on the line then its a 12 (something like that). Read it for yourself. Its interesting.
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    Looks like a 12 too ME?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jame View Post
    There is a pic in the asa book showing the connector lines. By the way explain it and what the pic shows I know there have been some 12's taken from some shooters. It says if your arrow is touching the line and you are 90% from on the line then its a 12 (something like that). Read it for yourself. Its interesting.
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    It is a definite 12. I would however be lobbying for a 23. I shoot stick and need all the help I can get.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jame View Post
    There is a pic in the asa book showing the connector lines. By the way explain it and what the pic shows I know there have been some 12's taken from some shooters. It says if your arrow is touching the line and you are 90% from on the line then its a 12 (something like that). Read it for yourself. Its interesting.
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    90% of what? I guess I don't understand how something can not be touching but still in
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    Default Just Be 100% SURE It's Out!

    I call arrows as fair as anyone, but don't give any points that aren't there. I always use the 100% rule. If you are 100% sure the arrow is out, then it's out but if you are 99% sure it's out, then it's in! The arrow in the pic is a 12!

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    In my opinion that is a big ole 12!!

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    How about it's a ZERO because you touched it before it was scored

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