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Re: Another one bites the dust......

PostPosted: Mon Mar 27, 2017 7:36 am
by PAarcher
What's your brace height with that rig Tim?

Re: Another one bites the dust......

PostPosted: Mon Mar 27, 2017 5:40 pm
by superkodiak38
Mike, I'm sorry you couldn't make it down too, went to "Funcks" for a late lunch, it was pretty good, lots beer choices too bad I had a 3 hour drive ahead of me. As far as the brace height ... I don't know ..lol.. It's in the groove on the top limb :? I am still tinkering with stuff so I will get a brace height measurement.. it is very quiet !

Randy, Yohon recommended that rest and when John Wert said you liked the Autumn orange limited editions I figured I couldn't go wrong following in the foot steps of two such Icons ! 8-)

Marc, It's your fault ( that's what I told the wife ) you talked me into it Sika hunting !

Re: Another one bites the dust......

PostPosted: Mon Mar 27, 2017 5:43 pm
by superkodiak38
I think I left it out but the new arrows weigh in right at 650 grains, I didn't calculate FOC but I am sure Burgess would approve ! If I am fortunate enough to run one through an elk he's gonna be one of the first people I think of, really miss that old man and his story's...

Re: Another one bites the dust......

PostPosted: Tue Mar 28, 2017 8:09 am
by PAarcher
superkodiak38 wrote:I think I left it out but the new arrows weigh in right at 650 grains, I didn't calculate FOC but I am sure Burgess would approve ! If I am fortunate enough to run one through an elk he's gonna be one of the first people I think of, really miss that old man and his story's...


Me too. Baltimore just hasn't been the same without him. He was the first one to greet me on my first day attending Baltimore. I'll never forget sitting in his kitchen looking through his portfolios in utter amazement. The 6am elk bugles, fine tequila, excellent BBQ and most of all, the stories around the campfire.

Re: Another one bites the dust......

PostPosted: Tue Mar 28, 2017 8:11 am
by PAarcher
superkodiak38 wrote:Mike, I'm sorry you couldn't make it down too, went to "Funcks" for a late lunch, it was pretty good, lots beer choices too bad I had a 3 hour drive ahead of me. As far as the brace height ... I don't know ..lol.. It's in the groove on the top limb :? I am still tinkering with stuff so I will get a brace height measurement.. it is very quiet !

Randy, Yohon recommended that rest and when John Wert said you liked the Autumn orange limited editions I figured I couldn't go wrong following in the foot steps of two such Icons ! 8-)

Marc, It's your fault ( that's what I told the wife ) you talked me into it Sika hunting !


It's all good Tim. Don't worry about it. I'm running mine at about 8.5" but I'm sure I'll have to adjust it after the new string arrives.

Re: Another one bites the dust......

PostPosted: Tue Mar 28, 2017 3:39 pm
by superkodiak38
PAarcher wrote:
superkodiak38 wrote:I think I left it out but the new arrows weigh in right at 650 grains, I didn't calculate FOC but I am sure Burgess would approve ! If I am fortunate enough to run one through an elk he's gonna be one of the first people I think of, really miss that old man and his story's...


Me too. Baltimore just hasn't been the same without him. He was the first one to greet me on my first day attending Baltimore. I'll never forget sitting in his kitchen looking through his portfolios in utter amazement. The 6am elk bugles, fine tequila, excellent BBQ and most of all, the stories around the campfire.


Might night bring a bugle tube with me this year but I have been driving around in my truck working on my turkey calling, maybe we will get a gobbler going and wake everyone up ! :?

Re: Another one bites the dust......

PostPosted: Wed Mar 29, 2017 3:05 pm
by PAarcher
superkodiak38 wrote:
PAarcher wrote:
superkodiak38 wrote:I think I left it out but the new arrows weigh in right at 650 grains, I didn't calculate FOC but I am sure Burgess would approve ! If I am fortunate enough to run one through an elk he's gonna be one of the first people I think of, really miss that old man and his story's...


Me too. Baltimore just hasn't been the same without him. He was the first one to greet me on my first day attending Baltimore. I'll never forget sitting in his kitchen looking through his portfolios in utter amazement. The 6am elk bugles, fine tequila, excellent BBQ and most of all, the stories around the campfire.


Might night bring a bugle tube with me this year but I have been driving around in my truck working on my turkey calling, maybe we will get a gobbler going and wake everyone up ! :?

Ok.
I'll bring the tequila, you bring the noisemaker. We will figure it out.

Re: Another one bites the dust......

PostPosted: Thu Mar 30, 2017 12:48 pm
by superkodiak38
Works on foam
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Re: Another one bites the dust......

PostPosted: Fri Mar 31, 2017 8:31 pm
by PAarcher
That will do...

Re: Another one bites the dust......

PostPosted: Sat Apr 01, 2017 5:49 am
by Yohon
Atta boy!!! :D :D :D

Didnt realize the new ones had a compass...........tapped for a quiver too????