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    Nice. It must be in the air. I've never pulled a Robin Hood a single time in my 12 years of shooting and I've shot 2 this week. One at 50 and one at 30. I used to think it would be cool but it's kinda like spinning tires on the highway. It's awesome till you start buying your own tires!!! Congrats on the shot.


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    Nice work!!!! I've seen alot of robinhoods down at the club latly also but 9\10 are always in the 8 zone not in the sweet spot like this!!!!
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    After the thrill is gone, try some uni bushings.

    Your wallet will thank you.

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    Great shooting but it does get expensive
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    I don't know about you but I find nock bushings only save the arrows about 84.3652% of the time, the rest of the time there Buggered????Did you know that 56.9876% of Satistics are just made up!!!!!
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    nice shooting, my last robin hood was at 40yds with a hoyt vectrix. thats been several years ago. since then i have gone with the easton acc g nock uni bushings
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    Nice shooting jwelectric!!

    It must be in the air...Quietly minding my own business shooting some on the top 40 working on form when I hear that all-too-familiar sound....craaaaack... So I meander down to collect the foursome only to find one of the nocks on the Medallion Pros I was shooting was peeled back like a banana--right down the middle....good thing I was using pins, but the pin adapter was also toast.... Saved the arrow though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Westy View Post
    I don't know about you but I find nock bushings only save the arrows about 84.3652% of the time....
    Don't know how you came up with that number but I'll bet your not to far off.

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    better shootin, then spelling. was that 50 ft, 50 yds or 50 amps?
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    Remember when adjusting your sights to follow the group...couple ticks down and left should get you in a little closer to the center...
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