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Discussion in 'General Archery Forum' started by BUNNYMAN, Mar 13, 2007.
any body try one????
It looks like that thing bounces quite a bit. I wonder about vane clearance with it.:noidea:
yeah thats my thought.....I have never really liked the looks of them but never seen on perform on a target either??:noidea:
Hey buy one they are only $85 and tell us what you think.eace:
So your thinking about it????:noidea:
Oh ok then just checking.:doh:
I just put one on the Icon. If you have the spring tension to tight it will bounce up. Set it right and no problems. I've been shooting blazers odd vane out, no contact on the lower vane. The only thing I don't like is no micro adjust feature, the Trophy Taker has me spoiled. Mine is set up with the 2 spring steel launcher blades rather than the fork. Too soon to tell if it's any better for me. The launcher on the TT is definately more beefy, but then the spring steel on the LD is supposed to "give" a little to absorb some spine flex on release. :noidea: Like I said, to soon yet to tell. It is simple to get mounted and get shooting though.
So buy one and give it to me...and I'll tell you what I think about it...:biggrin1:
NO......and i dont have to think about it:laugh:
Here is a guy who just had one put on his new Truth. You may want to send him a PM about it.:noidea: http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showthread.php?t=467865
The Trophy Taker I refered to is not the newest model, but a couple years old, micro adjust, original launcher.
I've heard good things about the limb driver and will probably bring one into the shop for testing.
could you hurry up and do it in the next couple of days:noidea:
This is the key word and I think not.eace:
Friend of mine has one on his Swithback that he bought late last year. I kinda like the idea, but didn't care for the long control cord. something else to catch on the brush when treking through the jungles of So Ind