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    anyone else attach their bow to their hand-can't lose your bow this way


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    Re: anyone else attach their bow to their hand-can't lose your bow this way

    Ya that's fcked up

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    Re: anyone else attach their bow to their hand-can't lose your bow this way

    Compound bow shooters…..not very bright are they

    **Hides behind sofa, draws curtains and turns out the lights**

    JK, LOL wheelie bow lovers
    Marc. B

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    Hardcore One-stringer

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    Re: anyone else attach their bow to their hand-can't lose your bow this way

    So much for the Whisker biscuit being a full containment rest! Maybe his "Pro shop" sold him crossbow bolts with his new Bowtech!

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    Re: anyone else attach their bow to their hand-can't lose your bow this way

    I've seen some pictures with the same thing,,,,just brutal! bet ya he's going to be a little more watchful now,,always looking and second guessing the next shot

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    Re: anyone else attach their bow to their hand-can't lose your bow this way

    heheheh...yep u r right.. I bet he now has a bit of a bow flinch

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    Re: anyone else attach their bow to their hand-can't lose your bow this way

    He will be picking carbon fiber bits for years. You have to check your arrows, can't be too short that is a given. I don't check mine after every shot like they tell you to do on the arrows, but I check them after every miss or hard impact etc. and I check them all when I get home from shooting always, only takes about 2 minutes. If I miss a 3-D target (very rare) ha ha) I look at the point and see if it is damaged, then I see if the nock backed out a bit and push it forward, I also squeeze the nock to make sure it is not cracked then flex the arrow 3 or 4 times then a visual down the shaft for cracks etc. Can't be to care full. Cheers Roscoe

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    Re: anyone else attach their bow to their hand-can't lose your bow this way

    those arrows will be fine use a overdraw

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