jrockncash wrote:Hey don i like the Lumenok but for hunting check the regs in my state it is illegal gay but true. I like the cobra sights but Some other good ones are the limbsaver and spothogs. The cobra is my favorite you can get away with a 3 pin this year until you are shooting so much you can justify a 5 or more pin.
Most drop aways are connected to the bow by that little cable you have to serve on there. The ones that arent you have to physically lift up with your finger when its time to shoot. Not the best in my opinion.
For peeps just get a regular one that serves in and is plenty big the straight round one should be good. Especially since you shoot instinctive. I stay away from the ones with the rubber hose cause they are a pain and can cause tuning probs. Cobra makes a decent release and I would stick with a caliper style not rope or back tension, more like pulling the trigger on a gun. Smith I think makes a decent release also. Check to see if you can shoot a mechanical broadhead cause they can fly a little better for a new guy. One that deploys from the rear.
skybuster20ga wrote:huh. i guess i dont hunt??? when you have your bow in a press to twist your string after a severe stretch why wouldnt you fix your peep at the same time?? man your simple.i would never pay money to kill an animal i can kill on my own.
if mathews are "single cam" and dont have timing problems why are there timing marks on the bottom cam. what ever you know more then everyone else i guess.
What I dont get is why you would want to twist your string If your string has stretched twisting it will only make things worse.Once it has stretched its garbage.How are you going to twist it to the same exact length it was when new .Whats going to keep your peep from twisting after you twisted your string to shorten it.I can see why you cant keep a sigle cam bow in tune.
I dont pay anyone to kill an animal I can kill on my own either.Do you have antelope,caribou or elk runnin around your property Alaska Wyoming, Illinois,Canada,ect.All beutifull places.I cant wait to hunt mulies in Nebraska next year.(for free)
just for the record dont by a cobra releaSE. BY A SCOTT. either a wildcat or a sabertooth. the little goose is a good release too
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