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    I cannot believe I'm driving all the way out to the Greencastle R-100 to shoot with some of you guys.

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    Once again you unnatural "tendencies" surface.
    80 yards is for Bowhunters. Remember how that worked out for you last year against me? Seems you are trying to prove something, to yourself. I already have taken your measure, and money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sniper View Post
    Once again you unnatural "tendencies" surface.
    80 yards is for Bowhunters. Remember how that worked out for you last year against me? Seems you are trying to prove something, to yourself. I already have taken your measure, and money.
    The Griz will be out there for the Iron-man qualifier: 40yrd for Bow hunters and 80yrds Pro/Unlimited.

    Never said you couldn't shoot... just said you shouldn't call something junk without testing it or shooting it yourself???? So maybe you have something to prove????

    Passing judgment on the FOB is like people passing judgment on the WB. Everyone said the same thing about the WB when it first came out... now look, it's one of the most popular rests out there.

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    I trust Moose's opinion. I'm surprised you don't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sniper View Post
    I trust Moose's opinion. I'm surprised you don't.
    so this Moose.......he is the all knowing all seeing god of all things archery huh???

    is there where you got your Mathews is out dated technology?.......

    hmmm tell me something this Moose, whoever he or she is, what kinda of bow does he/she/it shot???

    I would like to meet this Moose, and get some hints and advice.....I am sure he should beableto tell me something that I purhaps dont know....
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BOWMAN View Post
    so this Moose.......he is the all knowing all seeing god of all things archery huh???

    is there where you got your Mathews is out dated technology?.......

    hmmm tell me something this Moose, whoever he or she is, what kinda of bow does he/she/it shot???

    I would like to meet this Moose, and get some hints and advice.....I am sure he should beableto tell me something that I purhaps dont know....
    Chad "Moose" Moyer is the Retail manager at Lancaster Archery. I've known him over 10 years, since he worked at French Creek Outfitters. Real good shooter. If something new shows up, he and his skilled showroom staff test it. If it works, they stock and encourage it. If not, dustbin. He's been involved in selling and repairing bows for about 15 years. Goes to all the manufacturer schools routinely. Lots of knowledge, and experience.
    He is a real "Go To Guy" for info, maintenance, and to purchase new. I'm lucky to know him. I travel over a hour each way to pick his brain, and get stuff unavailable locally from the store. Did it the other night, and asked about FOBs. I trust his judgement completely.

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    So what is the difference from a turbo nock and a FOB? Are Turbo Nocks junk????

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay Are View Post
    So what is the difference from a turbo nock and a FOB? Are Turbo Nocks junk????
    I dont think these items are junk so much as they are Gimmikie.....if that a word....not saying they are a gimmick but that most people will see tham as a gimmick....I tried the turbo knocks......shot an indoor 3d tournemant w/them.....they didnt last long w/all those guys shooting.....they were ok....but every once in a while I would get a real bad flier......like a foot at 20 yrds....
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BOWMAN View Post
    I dont think these items are junk so much as they are Gimmikie.....if that a word....not saying they are a gimmick but that most people will see tham as a gimmick....I tried the turbo knocks......shot an indoor 3d tournemant w/them.....they didnt last long w/all those guys shooting.....they were ok....but every once in a while I would get a real bad flier......like a foot at 20 yrds....
    Seen enough Turbo Nocks to know I want Blazers. Never shot them, never want too. Gimmick.

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    My whole point here is that, you truthfully can not give an opinion on something that you never tried and you can not base your believes on what one person says.

    I am not sure what the difference is between the both of them (TN and FOB), LAS sells Turbo Nocks --- so they must work and are not junk?

    http://www.lancasterarchery.com/shop...ds=turbo+nocks


    I trust certain peoples opinions, but I will not form my believes and opinions on what one person says..... if that is the case than we can say "BAAAaaaaaaa" since we are nothing but sheep!

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    I trust the opinions of those who are experienced and trustworthy. Try it sometime. Moose doesn't clutter up the showroom with Turbo Nocks. They are in a dusty bin in the warehouse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sniper View Post
    I trust the opinions of those who are experienced and trustworthy. Try it sometime.
    "BBBBAAAAAaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!!!!!"

    Sorry -- you open yourself up for me to be a smart@$$. I do try it, but if someone told me that a Mathews is better than a Hoyt, should I get rid of my Hoyt? Or is it why you think Mathews are not that great?

    Opinions from trustworthy resources are great, but do you live your life by them?

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    this is not something to get torqued at each other about....?
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BOWMAN View Post
    this is not something to get torqued at each other about....?
    It's not... we have had similar debates before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay Are View Post
    It's not... we have had similar debates before.
    they dont get bloody do they???
    I cut things up and split them down!

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