B&C 100 Class
Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: Upstate New York
so i just got back from the range. and all i can say is WOW!!! this bow is smokin hot. i have the exact same string silencer setup on this bow as was on my martin, with the addition of a few string leeches that came with the bow and i couldnt hear a thing out of this bow except an almost silent little "tuunk" from the cable slide.
i kept the pins on my sight set the same as they were on my martin, and they were previously set as follows;
5) didnt set
now they are as follows
4) & 5) didnt set yet
it is amazing what a little jump in speed will do to your range. and i dont think ill ever take a shot on a deer past my second pin, but its nice to know that i can get that out of my bow on the range, im anticipating my 4th and 5th pins will take me to 70M or close to that.
the stabilizer i have(octane 11.5") is sweet. i didnt think it was making much difference until i took it off and shot a group, they went from fighting for the same hole at 30 to about 2 inches without it on. and also it helps the bow to roll forward after the shot due to having so much weight out front. so i think this will be about the exact setup i use for hunting, unless i can find a rest that performs better than my QAD hunter rest.
anything else you guys want to know? oh, you know that saying "dead in hand"? yeah, that saying captures this bow, absolutley no shock.
why are you looking down here? the good stuff is up there(points upwards, ok, work with me here).