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Archery setup-what are you shootin!

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koonie    0

Alright we've got about thirty hours until archery season so let's see what everybody's setup is.

Here is my rig:

Mathews Switchback XT-- 30" draw length and 58lbs draw wt.

Cobra Sure-loc Sidewinder Ultra Pin(5 pin)

Schaffer rest

Carolina Archery Products Lore stabilizer

Cobra Pro Caliper release/buckle

Carbon Express Terminator Hunter-4560

Wasp Boss Bullet and Wasp SST Hammer 100 grain

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walterman    0

Mathews Switchbackc XT 28"draw


Cobra Sidewinder Sight*3Pin*With light kit

CAP Deluxe Wisker biscuit

Vibracheck Stabilizer

Gold Tip Pro Arrows with Tight Point Shuttle T Lock Broadheads

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FarByondDrivn    0

Hoyt HavocTec Cam and 1/2 (27" draw at 70 lbs)

Trophy Ridge 3 pin sight

CAP Whisker Biscuit

Sims Stabilizer

125 grain Grim Reaper Bheads

Carbon Express Arrows

TRU Ball Tornado Release

As much sound dampening as I can hang on it.

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cliffy    0

Matthews Switchback XT 70lbs 29 inch draw

Cobra sidewinder three pin sight

Vapor Trail String

Qad Ultra Lock-Down arrow rest

Gold Tip Pros 5575 cut down to 28inch.

Muzzy 4 blade 100 grain

My first season of archery hunting...cant wait....

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MNDeerhunter    0

Hoyt Trykon 28.5" 70#

Schaffer TEC-1 rest

HHA XL-5000 Single pin

Fuse detachable quiver

Easton A/C/C 3-40/360 with 100 Gr. TEKAN-II Mechanical Broadhead

Vibracheck Isolator stabilizer

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DRH1175    0

Mathews Switchback 28" 67lbs

Gold tips and blazers

Wasp 4blade and slick tricks

HHA 5500

Mathews dropaway rest

Mathews quiver


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Golden Eagle SplitFire bow, 29" draw, 58 pounds

Easton ACC carbon arrows

100 gr. Thunderheads

Tru-ball release

Fiber optic sight, don't know what kind.

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chucker34    0

Parker BuckHunter bow

Deluxe Whisker Biscuit QS rest

Lore Stabilizer

Fiber obtic sight (also not sure - came with bow)

Easton carbon arrows

100 grain muzzy 3 blades

Tru-ball release

Several limb savers and string silencers

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VMS    0

PSE Infinity SRL500 27" draw at 60#

PSE top gun 3-pin sight

Beman ICS 400 at 29" with G5 montec 100's

Fletchunter Release

The stuff except for the arrows is around 10 years old, but it's accurate as all get out...

and the only "up to date" item: summit bullet backpacker

No hunting for me this weekend....too hot!!


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fishermn    0

Mathews Switchback XT-- 30" draw length and 70lbs draw wt.

Cobra Sidewinder 3 pin

Schaffer MAT-1 rest

No stabilizer <- My XT Doesnt need one smile.gif

Cobra Pro Caliper release

Carbon Express CX300

G5- Montec 100 gr.

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so haaad    0
so haaad

Call me old school...most of my gear is from around 1990.

Pearson Ultra, 65lb, 30.5" draw

T-pins (3)

2216 Gamegetters

100 grain Thunderheads

Trophy hunter pro release

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lunker651    0


Extreme RT900 sight

Ripcord rest

Carbon express maximas

Doinker D-2 muti-rod

Slick tricks 100gr. broadheads

Scott wildcat release

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TRM    0

Bowtech blackhawk (30" draw at 64lbs)

Trophy Ridge matrix 3 pin

Trophy Ridge Dropzone

Bowtech stabilizer

Blackhawk Vapor 4000 arrows

muzzy 100grain 4 blade

and bowtech hush kit.

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