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#812501 - 07/08/08 12:42 PM K.I.S.S. for compound shooters
Radar
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I'm always experimenting with my hunting bows . I have tried many sights ,and drop away rests , etc.
I'm going back to keeping it simple , so I stripped off the drop away away rests on two of my hunting bows and went back to a Whisker Biscuit on the Mathews LX , and a NAP 360 capture rest on the Kodiak Outdoors Titan 34 . I shoot just as good with the capture rests as I do the drop away ,and I spend less time keeping them tuned .
Both bows have single pin moveable sights .
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#812514 - 07/08/08 12:51 PM Re: K.I.S.S. for compound shooters [Re: Radar]
Trapper John
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I can't bring myself to try some of the "new" stuff. I've had the same NAP Quicktune Micro rest and Copper John sights for years. Until one of them breaks I guess I'll stick with them.
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#812535 - 07/08/08 12:59 PM Re: K.I.S.S. for compound shooters [Re: Trapper John]
buzzr46
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I think I would like a single pin movable site. Just looks like it would be better for me.
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#812856 - 07/08/08 04:56 PM Re: K.I.S.S. for compound shooters [Re: buzzr46]
JDBinTN
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that's probably the best set-up for whitetails IMO
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#812972 - 07/08/08 07:07 PM Re: K.I.S.S. for compound shooters [Re: JDBinTN]
nabowhunter
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I use the same on my LX. Whisker biscuit and single pin moveable sight. Great setup for hunting in my opinion
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#815423 - 07/10/08 01:27 PM Re: K.I.S.S. for compound shooters [Re: nabowhunter]
Radar
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One reason I took the Cobra off the Kodiak was because it was making a clicking noise in cold weather when I came to full draw .
I took the Muzzy Zero Effect off the Mathews LX because it didn't seem to be dropping away fast enough and I was getting some fletching contact . I just got tired of screwing with tuning rests when I could keep things simple and focus on my form , not rest timing issues and noise .
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#815503 - 07/10/08 02:10 PM Re: K.I.S.S. for compound shooters [Re: Radar]
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Im with you. Whisker Biscuit and i pin sight sighted in at twenty yards.
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