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re: Switching from single pin back to 3 pin - TheDrunkenTigah
Deep, man. :lol: OP, I use a three pin but only have two set, because I find sight clutter really distracting. One is set to 20 yards and I find it’s more or less on from 10-25 yards, the second I set to 35 since this is about my max range I feel confident taking a shot at a deer, and it keeps th...
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re: Switching from single pin back to 3 pin - TheDrunkenTigah
You can’t understand the appeal of a single pin that adjusts for range? I feel like it’s a pretty straightforward concept, even if it’s not your preference. ...
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re: Arrow Build Advice - TheDrunkenTigah
I agree consistent tailing one way points to something out of tune, but I wouldn’t do anything major to the rest until you get the new arrows, you’d just be chasing your tail. It’s entirely possible you’re just underspined shooting the heavier field points and that’s all you’re seeing. I didn’t ...
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re: Arrow Build Advice - TheDrunkenTigah
I wouldn’t read too much into shooting heavier points on a weaker spine, but also make sure you aren’t torquing the bow. You shouldn’t run out of adjustment on your rest without flinging arrows damn near sideways. Pretty sure mine is the same rest and I’m set near the middle of the range. See if...
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re: Arrow Build Advice - TheDrunkenTigah
I’ve been on the same kick you’re on now for a couple weeks now. I won’t claim to be an expert by any means, but I think you’re overthinking it because you haven’t tried it out. I shot bare shaft for the first time last weekend and it’s fairly easy to tell what’s helping and what’s hurting. It does ...
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re: Fixed Blade vs. Mechanical Broadheads - TheDrunkenTigah
I am going back and forth on it right now. Seems like fixed is the way to go if you’re shooting heavier and aren’t afraid to spend some time, effort, and money to get them flying right. Mechanical if you’re running lighter to go as fast as possible. I haven’t quite decided where I stand on the pissi...
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re: Is .270 enough to take down an elk? - TheDrunkenTigah
Aw yeah here we go...
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re: What is my 4-wheeler worth? - TheDrunkenTigah
[quote]Stuff like that is selling like hotcakes right now. Don't lose a deal over a couple hundred bucks.[/quote] Doesn’t this contradict? OP, I’m not going to talk numbers but if you’re being honest about the condition you have what’s considered a unicorn, the completely stock barely used pa...
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re: So a vaccine by the end of this year/early 2021 - TheDrunkenTigah
The streets didn’t elaborate?...
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re: Need advice for friend. - TheDrunkenTigah
I believe you Rick...
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re: Scope recommendation of the three - TheDrunkenTigah
[quote]a good idea to buy a product from a company once the company has decided to discontinue that product line. There's no assurance Nikon will continue to warranty their discontinued product line in the future.[/quote] Well aware, and have no intention of buying a new one, but I already own se...
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re: Scope recommendation of the three - TheDrunkenTigah
[quote]Nikon would be a no go for me since they are exiting the business (no more warranty). [/quote] They’re supposed to still be honoring all warranty work from the last I read. Did that change? ...
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re: Shone Washington ready to commit soon - TheDrunkenTigah
Really impressive running through those drills, and encouraging to hear them talk about his attitude. ...
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re: Baitcast rod recommendations - TheDrunkenTigah
Manufacturers Advertised Price. Dealers are not allowed to advertise below it. They’re allowed to sell below it with certain restrictions. G Loomis is one that puts a high sticker on their stuff and then will have tackle shops marking them down 30%....
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re: Anyone load for precision long range shooting? - TheDrunkenTigah
Looking hard at a 28 Nosler once I get the feel for reloading. I think I’ll be more concerned with hitting double lung than standard deviation, but the principles are the same. Cleared out a couple projects in the last month or so and should get down to business here soon. ...
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re: Baitcast rod recommendations - TheDrunkenTigah
I came real close to buying their frog rod since it got a lot of good reviews but never pulled the trigger. Can’t tell you anything first hand about them but what I’ve read says the right stuff, as far as actual things you look for in a rod versus generic sales hype. They’re up there with the other ...
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re: Tyrann Mathieu to pay funeral costs for 9 year old shot in New Orleans - TheDrunkenTigah
[quote]actual reflection[/quote] You’ve offered nothing but cynicism, while he put up 10K to make this a news story that will make more than a few people reflect on why it happened. You’re projecting and a hypocrite. ...
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re: Baitcast rod recommendations - TheDrunkenTigah
[quote]when did he start this? I've have a few duckett ghosts that are a few years old. They've been great.[/quote] Could argue it goes back as far as when Boyd Duckett was designing the carrot stix. He said he left the company over it, but the rods started falling apart cause they were cutting c...
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re: Baitcast rod recommendations - TheDrunkenTigah
Gotta say how you’re gonna be using it, but a do-all bass rod is a 7ft medium heavy fast action. Shimano, Daiwa, G Loomis, Falcon, Dobyns and St. Croix all make great rods in whatever price range you’re comfortable with. There are a ton more those are just the ones I use and would buy again in a ...
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re: Raising rabbits for meat - TheDrunkenTigah
[quote]I honestly don't know why more people don't do it. [/quote] Cause rabbits are cute and fluffy and a bit more work and chickens are a-holes that will kill each other for seemly no reason and can fend for themselves. ...
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