Type: Posts; User: tfox
I prefer a hybrid. Therefore I shoot Hoyt.
Overdrive binary. Utilizes split yokes.
Read up about them
I did some Google searching to find some diagrams and pics
In the process
Finished product. Furniture was the next thing that was changed.
I tested the laminate we put down by soaking it in water. It never soaked the water into the laminate. Never swelled and really never appeared to let water in. It's in my kitchen with zero issues to...
We went with a 12 mm distressed pecan laminate from builddirect.com
We were able to buy it and have it shipped for about a 1/3 the cost of local stores.
I love the looks of hardwood but...
Rick, you are correct that the newer bowtech bows have yokes and that is why I stated I was just listing basics and there is alot more to it.
Some claim the bowtech isn't even a true binary and...
And paper check at multiple distances. I use 3' 6' and 9'
Try my method on the next hybrid and you will understand why we claim it's so easy.
I typically am able to tune in my garage.
I just measure 13/16" out from inside the shelf for...
Nice deer, not sure what it has to do with the discussion at hand.
I hate single cams.
Binaries are fine until they have lean or won't bareshaft or shoot clean paper with centershot correctly set, then they are a pain.
Set nock level to just barely above level with an...
Cam 1/2 is a hybrid system. The cams are synced to one another and only utilize one set of yokes as opposed to gaving 2 set of yokes like a true 2 cam. A hybrid has a string, control cable and buss...
I agree. The cam 1/2 is the easiest out there.
I can typically have one tuned up in 15 minutes.
Their Web site is updated
I see a lot of custom shop bows this year with the turbo cam on the 30" a-a bow with a 6 3/4" brace hitting 340+ fps.
That might be the direction I go as well.
Didn't get a bow last year because I was really happy with my element g3 and i still am but the new nitrum has really got me intriqued. Love the styling, new colors and the new turbo cam might have...
If they are all over the place you most likely are weak on spine or have fletching contact.
I can relate to this. My first was about 18 yards and I used my 40. I don't think she ever knew she was even shot at.:)
Bear has definitely come a long way and are building some fine bows.