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General Elk Hunting / TAG STACKING
« on: August 05, 2019, 10:19:25 AM »
How many tags will fill your pocket this year?

Hunting Gear / StealthPodX
« on: August 15, 2018, 01:19:39 PM »
Anyone experience these versatile shooting sticks?
STEALTHPOD X(R) Complete System (2.9 LBS) > Buy STEALTHPOD X(R) Expedition Grade Patented Shooting Sticks

I'd like to avoid packing a tripod for my binos and I'm interested in a shooting stick as well to forgo a bipod. I like the dynamic use, but if they don't feel right I'm not going to like them.

Archery / 2018 Prime Logic Compared
« on: June 25, 2018, 01:53:52 PM »

Looking at the latest marketing details of top competitors, I like these features about the new Prime Logic:

  • Grip is near arrow rest (Center Griptheoretically, makes a lot of sense to design around this)
  • Balanced carry
  • Good overall ATA length
  • One piece riser and solid-axle-fixed limbs
  • Quieter shooter (2nd place, next to Triax at the top of pack)
  • Engineered draw length cams for accurate arrow launch

Looking forward to shooting it.  Relative to the Realm and the RX-1, I'll be paying attention to the hold position at shot acquiring and aiming.  Sound and vibration will also factor.

Triax seems to be the most concerning in regard to carry.  It seems that it needs more stabilized tuning in regard to aiming as well.

Hoyt hold and balance seems to be comparably rated to Logic with its offset stabilizer location. The grip personalization is a plus.

I'm interested in learning more about cam engineering and comparing the Realm's binary cam system to Logic's draw specific cams.  I don't like how Realm has composite limb pockets.  I'm sure they are fine at new, but longevity-potential is concerning.   

Arrow launch accuracy, low vibration, balance, and compact size seem to be Logic's strengths.
Competitors seem to have it beat on speed, but this factor is lower on my preference list. And, 80lbs draw is possible, which I would like to work up to. So long as lbs. force is adequate, I prioritize consistency of arrow launch, durability, carry ability, and vibration. 

Has anyone shot and compared these bows? Which are you liking?


[/size]I drew a CA premium deer tagMA1 which is muzzle loader/archery in San Luis Obispo county. I had zero preference points and decent odds at this unit, but I partly chose this unit because of the deadline it would set for me to learn archery.  In between my deer, elk, and boar rifle hunts, I have until end of November to learn.

[/size]Since I want to call elk next year on an archery hunt, I'm planning for archery and I'll soon be taking a lesson or two from Jim Cox.  Apparently he's helped to develop many industry changing innovations with compound bows and he is an accomplished hunter. 

[/size]The only current challenge to fully achieving my goal this year is the money immediately needed to gear up for archery.  I'm hoping and praying to win the archery giveaway this year. 

With your positive support, let's pray and hope that Dustin's number will be picked to win the $7000 GRAND PRIZE ARCHERY PACKAGE :-D
You guys are the best!

Nonetheless, one of us will win and that is awesome!

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