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cedar Paul



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Join date : 2009-06-28
Age : 61
Location : Gladwin Mi

PostSubject: setup question   Sat 03 Jul 2010, 11:10 pm

Hey Rick, how ya doin? Hey my question is this- I am setting up a "Warf" bow as they are known . They are basically an old compound riser retrofitted to fit I.L.F. limbs and makes a real nice good performiing bow. Anyway I going to run a Martin springy rest on it so I can shoot vanes if I want to. I am wondering in my bow setup instead of building out the sideplate or decreasing thickness of pads I imagine I will simply move the rest either in or out. Does this ound about right? I'll do some experimenting but this seems logical to me. Any input would be appreciated. Also I was checking out the video you have of us students over on Youtube and saw myself-what a surprise! Anyway Rick my shooting continues to improve and I have lent out my DVD's (vol.2&3) and have recommended your school to quite a few people. Thanks again Paul
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