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BCY Loop Rope #24

my all time favourite D loop due to its thin thickness, softness. all of that characteristic makes it a perfect D loop material for a short D loop (Short D loop may increase torque on the string at full draw). Personal preference. I also use it as my timing cord for Hamskea arrow rest ...
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Hieu
2023-06-17
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Carter Target 3 Plus Thumb Trigger Release 3-Finger

nothing can go wrong to buy this release. Accidently buy it as initially I wanted a short head release. However, I decided to keep it and already had thousands shots with it, it runs perfectly for me ...
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Hieu
2023-06-17
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AAE Arizona Gold Micro Button Cushion Plunger

I used one for a long time in the past but as I have a lot of recurve, I decided to buy another one for the new bow. It is easy to set up and tune. I shot a lot that the tip of the plunger even get grind off. If you shoot a lot like me, 100% sure bogentandler will help to to buy spare parts (plunger tips, springs, etc) like they did help me with them in the past. ...
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Hieu
2023-06-17
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Hamskea Trinity Target Pro Arrow Rest

Honestly, in the beginning, I did not like it. The finish quality is not really as good as my Beiter rest. I can clearly see the machining mark on the mounting bracket. I run it on the Elite Rezult 36, then I figure out, I do not have much access to the horizontal locking nut. I have to remove the cable rod to adjust it, reinstall cable rod back and forth. However, when everything is dialed in... I was surprised by how consistent it is. Also, you can use D-loop D-Braid material for timing cable... ...
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Hieu
2022-02-24
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Beiter Compound Rest

Update review.
If you use micro diameter arrow .125, .166 ID then the fletching may get in contact with the smallest blade #4. However, always like the other brands, it needs a bit of DIY to modify the width of the blade for better clearance. I recommend slowly grinding to avoid overheating and overgriding. If you mess it up with grinding, Bogentandler is SUPER helpful and will help you re order just the blade. ...
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Hieu
2021-12-14
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