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Old 09-23-2018, 04:41 PM   #1
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Well with bow season starting in Texas this weekend how about first shot of the day with a broadhead at 17yds at a silver dollar sized dot. One shot per day for 3 days closest to the center of the dot wins. Just quit raining here. Hopefully my tape dot will last!



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Old 09-23-2018, 04:57 PM   #2
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Here's my first shot of the week! 1 1/2". While we're at it tell us about your hunting setup! I'm shooting the same 500 gold tip traditional shafts with 75gr weighted inserts and 125gr 2 blade Magnus stingers! Arrows were set up by Rocky on here and Broadheads were suggested by Buff. I'm not one to argue with either of them! Arrows were originally made for my 45lb Samick Sage but seem to shoot just fine out my 61# Bob Lee signature series elite so that's what I'm flinging at em!!!





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Nice shot, Slew! Dead piggy.

To quote the farmer in the movie "Babe":
"That'll do, Pig."
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Awesome!
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Im not questioning, because you have been shooting very well from what Ive seen on here, but if that arrow was correct for a 45# bow, it is virtually impossible for it to also be correct for a 61# bow! As well as you seem to be shooting, I would be doing some sort of tuning to verify that arrow as being well tuned!!!

JMHO!!!!

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Id give my left teste if I could tune to a 125 broadhead. Mo readily available and I just happened upon a mess of them. Ive tried...repeatedly...with various bows...and finger releases.

Im gonna see Bob tomorrow for the yukon longbow tip ... meanwhile ... exercising a 1970’s 50# Bear 52” Kodiak Magnum. It sings with its new string.

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Im not questioning, because you have been shooting very well from what Ive seen on here, but if that arrow was correct for a 45# bow, it is virtually impossible for it to also be correct for a 61# bow! As well as you seem to be shooting, I would be doing some sort of tuning to verify that arrow as being well tuned!!!

JMHO!!!!

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Buff said I would need new arrows or different weight inserts but I haven't messed with it yet. I can tell the arrows wobbles some when I shoot my white fletchings but they seem to end up in the same place.


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Slew...On my defunct longbow...I bareshaft 600 centershot shafts with 75gr inserts and went from every point weight from 250gr points to 125gr just to see what would happen. I was astonishingly accurate out to 15yds with the 125s but they flew and impacted sideways...ish.
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Today wasn't any closer than yesterday so I didn't bother measuring! Fixing to mow grass so I will be lucky if my tape dot holds up!



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Nice shot, Slew! Dead piggy.

To quote the farmer in the movie "Babe":
"That'll do, Pig."
It's a Javi...
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I'm aware.

But there's no movie about a cute little talking javelina.
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Here's my Day 1: about 2-1/2"

One thing I need is a new block target!


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Not sure about size of silver dollar. I just grabbed some tape.





1 5/8" here. Your lead is safe today Slew!

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- 64" 64lb @ 33" Toelke SS recurve.
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- 300 grain 1 1/4" cut VPA 3 blades, and 75 grain HIT inserts, arrow weight ~800 gr.
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Good shooting Trumpkin!! I'm pretty new to this traditional thing which is the main reason I asked about setups! I called the fellow today that did my last arrows and his contact at Gold Tip that told him what to do for my last ones isn't there anymore. So now I gotta find a new recurve arrow guy! Boo. As for the size of the dot you did the same thing I did! I thought I had some orange sight in dots in my closet somewhere and couldn't find em so I tore off a piece of yellow and black striped duct tape my wife had leftover from a party! Shot a couple shots at the pig later on after my first shot and one was touching the tape but that's not one that counts!! I feel way more confident this year than last but that could change a lot after the first critter I toss a pointy stick at!!


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Forgot hunting rig specs: 70-lb Jay Weathers takedown recurve (prolly about 65-68 at my drawlength); arrows are 680-grain 400 spine Warrior carbons, with total of 400 grains up front (225-grain single bevel Tuffhead, 75-grain screw-in adapter, with 100-grain brass insert) for about 27% FOC.


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Yee Haw! Awesome Malachai! And... Awesome Ellis!

Ill shoot the challenge in a day or two. Im returning to my Sarrels Short Riser Blueridge Longbow built for Ron Meloni. I just call it the Meloni Blueridge... 60 58@38. Im going with 250screw in Abowyer Brown Bears. 340 easton carbon aftermath shafts w/3 feathers. Were just getting reacquainted. Time to paper tune.
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Not to be bow flighty but...Im too novice to endeavor the Kodiak Magnum right now and itll be a while before I can get down to Bob for the Yukon repair. Quiero un Matador....ahora.
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Curiousity got the better of me. Day 1...3 1/4
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Shooting a new to me Toleke whip 64" 45#@28
Using some off the shelf Easton 400 with a 100 grain target tip. (Auto disqualification I know) I don't have any broad head setups that I have shot yet. I'm sure these arrows are not "tuned" at all. I don't even know where to begin with that.

I'm still trying to learn form. I've shot enough to make my fingers go numb. Today I Switched from a glove to a tab and my fingers felt better.


4" away from being a hero but having fun!



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Came home with a lot on my mind today and turned it loose before even coming to full draw! Needless to say it was a terrible shot! Followed it up with a couple decent shots but those don't count! My first shot for 3 days was my best!


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Got some practice in yesterday with my son. My first shot was off. No score for me.

So we moved closer so he could get some shots in.



This morning I thought I was gonna do it.
Nope... missed again.

I think I'm over thinking my first shot. Next three I was happy. It was the best 3 shot group I've put up.



Arrows don't line up because when I hit the target it bounces around a little changing impact direction.
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Day 2 shot- 3 1/4

I bare shaft tuned day before...for approximation...then paper tuned last night. I found out I needed to move my nock up (tears showed I was nock high but went down...got worse...went up...got better) and the 340 Carbon Aftermaths werent good for my desired front end load...tearing stiff even on longest shafts...Beman 400 Centershots got loaded. 75 grain brass inserts and 250 grain points. They gave me bullet holes in paper. I then indexed inserts for broadheads to lay horizontal. 652 grains. 21.5% FOC. 30 3/4 long. 11.2-11.4 gpp with my draw on this bow. Im working with just two arrows right now and gonna build more in the next couple days.

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I put a new string on. By me eye'd the nock points. Got the string shot in and put the square on and was a half inch off. Now I know why I was shooting so high.
Makes a big difference.

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Day 2 shot a little better: 1-9/16" (best I can tell)

Same 680-gr arrow 27% FOC, with Tuffhead broadhead, 70-lb recurve.


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Day 2:
I fired off another VPA tipped missile this morning before running out the door to work.





Call it 5/8"(the black dot is the center, and where I was aiming. My tape got messed up by rain,and one strip of the masking tape fell off the marker)
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I think you guys are ready for hunting season!

Some nice shots
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I fired off another VPA tipped missile this morning before running out the door to work.











Call it 5/8"(the black dot is the center, and where I was aiming. My tape got messed up by rain,and one strip of the masking tape fell off the marker)

That's a bullet! Good shooting!!


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Thanks! I had a horrible afternoon shooting session to make up for it .
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Good shooting, y'all! Scary good, Malachi!
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Yesterday was the first time I've had a chance to shoot this week, and I shot a lot setting up my new string, and working on my fixed crawl setting.

Today I worked on the crawl a bit more, and shot a couple of other challenges.

I know it will DQ me, but I'll shoot all three shots for here sometime tomorrow just to say I participated.

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I looked for it earlier today, and it's gone.
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Shot my Day 3 arrow late this afternoon: right about 2":



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Rick: I still see (on Tapatalk) the thread titled:
"About strings, string materials".

Is that the one you mean? Also see the String Jig thread.

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Rick: I still see (on Tapatalk) the thread titled:
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Is that the one you mean? Also see the String Jig thread.

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No.

The title of the thread in question was "New String Recipe".

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Okay, then. No.

Do we have Associate Sponsor string makers?

Not like you're giving away the recipe for Cold Fusion.

Btw, checked the Recipe Forum -- not there.


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Okay, then. No.

Do we have Associate Sponsor string makers?

Not like you're giving away the recipe for Cold Fusion.

Btw, checked the Recipe Forum -- not there.


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Like I said - No clue.

It's no big deal. I was just curious.

LOL Recipe Forum.

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Sometimes they delete things and it escapes me. But I've never been the sharpest fool in the shed.

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Btw, can I shoot this challenge with my Rage practice heads?

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Gary, I vote yes.

Rick...thats not cool. Im interested. 60x is the only string maker I see actively advertised.

Cattlelack and TT...good shooting Gentlemen. CattlelackJr holds good form...Awesome!

Malachai...Awesome shot.

Good luck tomorrow Hunters.
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My vote: Choot 'em!
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I know it don't count.
I just wanted a participation badge.

A little bit of slapping went on between 1 & 2, but nothing serious.
I'll take all 3 shots when the chips are down.

I just hope I can do it next weekend in the woods where it counts.

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Oh, yeah! You're ready, Rick! Good shooting!
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That's great shooting Rick.

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That first shot counts in my book, Rick! Still a cold shot.
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I know it don't count.

I just wanted a participation badge.



A little bit of slapping went on between 1 & 2, but nothing serious.

I'll take all 3 shots when the chips are down.



I just hope I can do it next weekend in the woods where it counts.



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Wow! That's pretty impressive!
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Dumb question. What does FCS stand for?

First Counted Shot?
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No dumb questions. Close. First Shot Challenge is what it usually is...FSC. Nevermind the spelling...the intent is what matters.

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Makes sense.

I'm calling mine FSS. First Shot Shanked!
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Someone call the week 40. Times a wastin.

Whatever is called for the shot, I am going to duplicate on the TAF forum.

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Someone call the week 40. Times a wastin.

Whatever is called for the shot, I am going to duplicate on the TAF forum.

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If you're sure you don't want to take the victory with your shot yesterday I'll get something up in a minute here.
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If you're sure you don't want to take the victory with your shot yesterday I'll get something up in a minute here.
Yes, I'm sure.

I shot all 3 shots at the same time yesterday.
There's definitely an advantage in doing that.

Call us a good one.

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