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Treesharks shot through a wheel bow

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Treesharks shot through a wheel bow

Post by vortex1 on Sun Nov 08, 2015 12:38 am

Well been meanin to post about this so here it goes... Started shootin 190grn simmons treesharks out of my wheel bow. Needless to say getn them bad boys to fly right and tune out of a compound is like a monkey ridn a football. Heads fly great outa my recurve as simmons always does and out to bout 15 yrds they flew ok outa my compound. So i took 3 1/2 turns outa ma limbs to slow it down ok well still had some tunin issues so to further stiffen my spine i went to a 340 instead of a 400 arrow and some 5in feathers and bingo gotem flyin like bullets. I was so excited now i get to shoot a 2in wide fixed blade:D anybody else ever shot these big heavy heads out of a compound? P.S. No reasonin behind this other than i like simmons heads an just wanted to see if i could getem to fly good, yeehaw:)
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Re: Treesharks shot through a wheel bow

Post by bowonly on Fri Nov 13, 2015 3:00 pm

I've been shooting Simmons Land Shark 160s out of my wheel bows for 21yrs. Nothing like the damage them big heads do to a deer.
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