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Old 02-12-2019, 12:52 AM   #1
Briar Friar
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Hunt In: San Gabriel, Colorado and Rio Grande watersheds
Talking Recurve paper tuning tears: very low nock

Otherwise known as ramping. Observe top row shots. 1/4” nock height. Shot RHed on a Sarrels 54@28 Lynx recurve. Axis 340 FMJs 6mmish with 300 grain points...not sure of the shaft length.

I like trying different setups and going the extremes to see what they show.
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