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Whisker Biscuit Help?

Old 03-15-2006, 05:39 PM
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Default Whisker Biscuit Help?

I shoot Beman size 400 ICS carbon arrows. Should I get the medium or the large? I have heard alot of people saying to get the large, even for carbons,for extra clerance. Also they make a deluxe ( I see they have windage and verticle elevation on it).Then then they make a Drop-tine model I saw you could adjust the windage but not the elevation on the regular Drop-tine. Is this correct? So the deluxe would be the best, because there isa way to adjust the verticle elevation? Thanks
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Old 03-15-2006, 06:26 PM
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Default RE: Whisker Biscuit Help?

Get the large opening version. And also the deluxe with the elevation adjustments. I had mine shooting bullets in 4 rounds.
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Old 03-16-2006, 03:58 AM
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Yes go for the large opening. I use real skinny shafts and the big opening works good. And yes the deluxe you wont regret it! [8D]
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Old 03-16-2006, 09:36 AM
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Actually, the one that is recommended is the medium hole. The large hole is designed for aluminum arrows and their larger diameter. I personally have not had any issues with tuning carbon shafts in the medium hole. Also, it is my opinion the deluxe will better serve all archers. Not for the micro windage, but it just seems more durable and rugged for hunting scenarios!!
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Old 03-17-2006, 11:44 AM
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Default RE: Whisker Biscuit Help?

A loose arrow to biscuit fit is best, and that is what is reccomended.

A tight arrow to biscuit fit will be prone to give a high nock tear and be very sensitive to shooting form flaws and the state of the bows tune.

Good luck hunting! >>>------------>
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Old 03-18-2006, 11:13 AM
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Well its a done deal. I got the Large Whisker Biscuit Deluxe Camo version. I got it for $46.00 new off ebay. I have had my Bowtech Extreme VFT for a month now,havent shot it yet(saving for funds for the rest) as soon as I get the rest, Ill be shooting it for the first time. I also bought my Bowtech off ebay. I really like buying off ebay. I hate getting raped by the retail hunting stores. Anyways Thanks for your replies.
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