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Discussion in 'General Archery Forum' started by ohio Ross guy, Jan 26, 2006.
I hope i will have this bow done this weekend.i will post some pics when its done.
SWEET, and to think I only live about 8 miles from where they make them
i polished the windstalker and put it on...im done with the sanding...my hand hurts:amen:
Whats the D/W and D/L on that shiney thing?
70# and 30"draw
That is one sweet ross:rockon:
your going to shoot competition at 70 pounds? What kind of spots are you trying to kill?
Wow very nice looking bow.:rockon: Are you actually shooting spots with that bow??? Congrats and have fun.eace:
Very nice looking bow, congrats
so you got one of those air rests, how are they, worth the money?
:nono: I played with one for a while. They can be awesome but personally I found it to be very cumbersome. Not only do you have to use the company's point but you also have to have the right size arrow (shooting to long is BAD) and I kept getting my arrow stuck to the side of the rest.
IMHO there are much better containment rests out there. Its a cool idea it just has a ways to go before its perfected.
btw - Is your STS touching the cables? I can't tell from the pic
has anyone else noticed and maybe its an optical conclution....but doesnt it look as though his STS is putting pressure on his string???:noidea:
I dunno... I thought the same thing about it touching the cables and I'm still not sure... we'll have to wait for him to tell us
I took a second look and it does look that way.
I think it may need an adjustment.....
Gotta love them Competition Bows: :biggrin1:
no bowman, your right, that STS is deffenatly pushing on the string, idk about the cables tho, the pic doesnt show enough
not as much as it looks...