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jpcMemberApril 26, 2014 at 7:36 pmPost count: 170
Few years ago I resolved same problem as fallow :
Heat twisted limbs on boiling water
Then strait them with both hands keep them straight during cold limbs under cold water
It works . Of course this is possible with wood and glass fiber limbs
Modern high quality limbs with carbon do not twistjpcMemberApril 25, 2014 at 9:21 amPost count: 170
WVSTICKMAN wrote: I ordered a Dwyer Endeavor longbow a few months back. I dont even know if I can get the poundage changed now or if its to late but thats something I will have to call and find out. First I wanted to ask this question before I even call. I ordered it at 50# @ 28″. The recurve I am shooting now is the same specs but I have been thinking that maybe I should have went 45#. I shoot pretty decent with 50# but have been thinking I would be steadier at 45#. All I am hunting is whitetails so I figure 45# should be plenty enough poundage. Everybow I have is 50# and up. Not sure what I should do. It may even be to late to do anything depending on how far along Dave is with the bow.
Call Dwyer, if your bow not finished there is no reason not to change
If bow is build , it’s a very bad idea to reduce poundage 😯jpcMemberApril 15, 2014 at 11:48 amPost count: 170jpcMemberApril 2, 2014 at 8:08 pmPost count: 170
This bow is a fantastic craftsmanship, but what about performance ?
If you’r in love with this bow I can undurstand , but just to put this bow on your wall
performance bows are an other thing
I’m in love with Blacktail bows from Norm Johnson , but thèses bows are made as piece of art
I would’t go hunting with such an expensive jewel and if I reconize Blacktail bows are top of esthetic they are very far from the best of tecknoogie and performance
Some bows are made for exhibition others for performance
Just have to know wthat you’r looking forjpcMemberMarch 14, 2014 at 9:44 pmPost count: 170jpcMemberMarch 5, 2014 at 8:11 pmPost count: 170
etter1 wrote: Im amazed at the difference in energy released from different bows at the same draw weights. My black widow draws to a out 52 lbs at my draw length but I had to tune my arrows to levels I would have expected from a 65lb or more bow. Fast flight strings seem to really throw some power into any setup.
And if you shoot the new Border Hunter bow you will have same results with Borderbow @ 42 than with Black Widow 55 Lbs
Have a look here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1m1ad2O7s04jpcMemberMarch 5, 2014 at 5:37 pmPost count: 170jpcMemberFebruary 27, 2014 at 9:37 pmPost count: 170jpcMemberFebruary 27, 2014 at 9:15 pmPost count: 170
tradhunter1 wrote: I have a 62″ Defiant, very smooth, sweet shooting bow.
And he is easy to work with.
A friend of mine shoot his second african Buffalo last year with a Dwyer 65 Lbs long bow
He shoots from 30/40 feet with 800 grains Arrow
Esquimo 300 grains browheadjpcMemberFebruary 27, 2014 at 9:11 pmPost count: 170jpcMemberFebruary 27, 2014 at 9:03 pmPost count: 170
Johnson37 wrote: Got this as a gift a few years ago, I have a couple Black Widows and my father thought I would like it. Have any of you ever seen one. I’ve never actually used it just kind of sits around. I have a few CRKT knives I use on a regular bases there great knives.
I had the same knive from B Widows years ago
But the guy who polised the blade did not made a perfect job
And I coild read on the blade MADE IN CHINA
Hi Ken Bek you’re a cheater