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Discussion in 'General Archery Forum' started by IChim2, Nov 4, 2007.
sorry....best i could do.
Man that picture looks like it came outta the Bigfoot thread..........:lol: :lol: :lol:
It was scanned out of a deer hunting mag.So far the only pic i've seen.
That's not very pretty
I had heard they were going to make a bow but I thought that was a rumor. It will be interesting to see what the reviews look like.
I wouldn't mind giving it a shot or 2.
with the .308..............see how quite it makes my remington......
how does quite sound now........ :censored: ...........
hard to tell from a scanned pic....might not be that bad in person....i know LS put a lot of time into it....and i'll give them the benifit of the doubt before i past judgement.:noidea: might be a good bow.
Trying to figure out what the advantage would be having the limbs stick out in front of the riser that far. Would like to shoot. I am open to any new bow.
I wonder if the limbs actually pivot at the limb pocket. Kind of want to see it.
did you guys notice........more dampeners than a Mathews, and you guys said that would never happen
Can't see from the pic where you adjust the weight.
what pic are you looking at? There is no string suppressors, no dampeners on cable gard, all I see are some string leaches and limb savors.
ITS completley made of NAVCOM........:lol: :lol:
pffft. Another "most accurate" bow.:noidea:
I read that it's got an ibo of 345:noidea:
Yep I would definately give it a few shots.
You've been waiting since they announced they were making a bow to say that. Gaurunteed. Don't lie about this one.
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The further the limbs stick out front the longer they can make the limbs and thus the faster the bow can be made and still maintain the brace height.