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Discussion in 'General Archery Forum' started by dano1977, Jul 6, 2007.
I'm not sure if it's too long, please give me your opinion.
An oldie but a goodie. :laugh:
Did it change the draw length?:noidea:
Nope, it just changed changed the anchor point!:doh:
Looks good to me... if it was a Bowtech I'd say you may want to look at you're limbs too but since its not I'm just going to suggest you check you're knot to make sure it doesn't stretch.
Careful Dred, the Bowtechies are gaining numbers of late....:biggrin1:
It was actually a regular size loop when I put it on. It was cheap material and stretched a little.:laugh:
I tried to tell you boot strings wouldn't work....:noidea:
I know, I should have listened!:doh:
That one will keep you from dry firing the bow though......:rockon:
Maybe I can market that! Does anyone already offer a safety?
stand up straight your leaning back, what kind of speeds you get out of that thing......:noidea:
:biggrin1: I know A lot of people that have dloops that long.:doh: :Cry:
D-loop don't look to bad :laugh: but that christmas tree has got to go :nod:
I knew that was coming..........it's like Christmas all year here!
Kinda like fast set glue???????????:laugh:
And by the way the tree looks just fine.eace:
:biggrin1: :laugh: We have a guy at our shop that makes rediculously long D-loops....we all make fun of him. I'll have to show him this!
I made it a while back(as you can tell by the Christmas tree). I was making fun of a thread on AT that just wouldn't die. I came across it and figured I'd share it with yall.
It's hilarious...it goes with the pic of the guy in his boxers with the "Martin Girl" pose!
Hey, the local Gander Mountain has an opening, again, for an archery technician.... You'll fit right in...