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Old 01-18-2007, 06:48 PM   #1
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Ok, Day 1 of the ATA is complete. Stay tuned for some pictures.

As a little teaser.. for everyone that wanted to know how the commander shoots. It's just as smooth and shock free as the guardian. I was very impressed by it.

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Old 01-18-2007, 07:23 PM   #2
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Here they come

Comparison of the Guardian and he Commander.
Also pics of the air gun and the stryker
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Old 01-18-2007, 07:25 PM   #3
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more pics below

Stryker crossbow in the case, New Skycoil 7pin.

Forrest and April Carter of Carter Enterprises.
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Old 01-18-2007, 07:28 PM   #4
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And still more pictures

Easton Bowforce mapper, lonewolf ladder stand, and Elite hang on 36" x 24" platform
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Old 01-18-2007, 07:33 PM   #5
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and still more pictures.

Extreme sights. One with a new dovetail and them moved the light hole closer to the pins.

The limbsaver booth and the new limb saver drop away which is very nice and very quiet.
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Old 01-18-2007, 07:37 PM   #6
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and still more pictures from Limbsavers new sight. Called the Prism and Elite prism. The Elite version has 2nd and 3rd axis.
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Old 01-18-2007, 07:38 PM   #7
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more pictures from Spot Hogg....
New fiber wrapped pins, new sight light that only covers the pins. The fiber kit will be available as a retrofit kit for you existing sight. They were very bright and you can still add a light if you like. Very nice guys.
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Old 01-18-2007, 07:40 PM   #8
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And still more pictures...
Another light option from spot hogg and the new Whammy drop away from Spot hogg.

The other drop away is the Trophy Taker Xtreme FC. It has a launcher that makes the shakey look tiny.
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more trophy taker pictures.

Slightly changed trophy taker launchers for the drop aways.

The newest head from Aftershock archery called the maniac
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The show from above and one very pink hoyt
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Another shot of the pink hoyt with better exposure.

New sights from truglo. The first on does not have any pins even though it appears so. It is a reflection of the pins which are tucked in the housing displaying on a vertical bar in the center of the sight. So there are not exposed pins to break.

The other sight from Truglo is a new pendulum. It is available as a fixed or a moveable. The pendulum can be locked down for ground shooting.
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A magnetic nock system from NAP. Also new from NAP is a broadhead the looks like the G5.

Also is the new friction based drop away. It uses magnets to hold it down and hold it up. So as you shoot, the arrow drops just from friction. They don't have a name for it yet.
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and even more pictures and yet another drop away from NAP. This one does not let go if you let down. When you shoot the jaws fly open.
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Well, that's it for tonight. We will have more tomorrow.
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Another shot of the pink hoyt with better exposure.

New sights from truglo. The first on does not have any pins even though it appears so. It is a reflection of the pins which are tucked in the housing displaying on a vertical bar in the center of the sight. So there are not exposed pins to break.

The other sight from Truglo is a new pendulum. It is available as a fixed or a moveable. The pendulum can be locked down for ground shooting.
I would say that bowman is drooling by now. HS
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Chris, Great job as always!
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If you want to see anything specific just post what you want to see and I'll try to get pics for you.
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tru ball and the new mckenzie foam with the universal scoring rings!! Also, some hot chicks!!
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great pics boss man......A better pic of that sight w/no pins and the

tru-ball sight.....

could we see more pics of the pink bow......just kidding your doing a great job.....
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If there are no others that April Carter will do.....

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Get pics of the staff there too if you could they are all so nice - especially Alexa - my rep!
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Get pics of the staff there too if you could they are all so nice - especially Alexa - my rep!
got any pics now you could post......
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Anything from Rage? And oh yeah, Tiffany!! New launchers from trophy taker look very interesting. Can you replace them on existing trophy taker drop-aways?
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Nothing new from Rage this year. They're still trying to catch up with the backorders.

Yes, you can replace the launchers.

I have not seen Tiffany yet.
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Yes, you can replace the launchers.

I have not seen Tiffany yet.
wait you have been there how longand you havent seen her yet???
would have been the first thing I look at.....well i guess thats why you have an archery shop and I dont.....
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WOW super good stuff their, good job and thanks chris, Im not real sure on the magnetic nock system, did you get to see it in action?? That looks a little nuts to me.....
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I think the magnetic nock system from NAP looks pretty cool. I would like to try that.

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I will second this statement....
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If you wander of to the Martin / Rytera booth kick some guys and get the info on the new Rytera speed bow that is supposed to be coming out.

Also I've heard rumors that PSE has a new bow that is shooting 340+... forget the name. can you get pics of that?
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Its nice to know that Hoyt makes Bows for everyone... they even have a nice pink bow for BOWMAN:
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Hey Chris, if Bohning is there, can you get a pic of their new Blazer fletching jig. Thanks
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