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    #1 THREAD KILLER Pinwheel1969's Avatar
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    I've been doing it too. Its fun. and most dont notice until you spilled the beans MR. BOO BOO lips..
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    I'm tellin you guys he is just reminising the good old days when he owned Mathews. Come on just give in JC admit you made a mistake.....you know you would rather be shooting a Mathews bow.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinwheel1969 View Post
    I've been doing it too. Its fun. and most dont notice until you spilled the beans MR. BOO BOO lips..
    yeah and no one noticed.....right???

    and by the wayI am notthe one w/a boo boo lip, JC is.......
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    Pinky.. i use a Quick Tune dropaway on my target bow.. it seems to make things more accurate...it could be me improving, but i doubt it, its the rest..
    I don't have a dropaway on my hunting bow yet, but i think i would go with Trophy taker for that..
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    I use a NAP QT 3000 2 prong rest. I use that for hunting and 3D. Its good in that it has little or nothing to fail you in the field for hunting and for 3D it's a nice clean/wide arrow path through the riser shelf and rest with a ton of room for whatever fletching type and style you want to use.

    Ron

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