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Old 01-23-2003, 11:54 AM
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Default Hunter class

Is my setup o.k. for the hunter class
PSE Nitro 30" draw, 70 lbs.
archers choice 3 pin sight
golden key premiere
7" doinker
Peep, loop
shooting goldtip 5575 100 gr.tip
4" vanes
going to set my sights at 15,25,35 or should I go with a 25 and 35? First year shooting sorry for the dumb questions.


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Old 01-23-2003, 12:24 PM
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With out knowing the speed of your bow Ill tell you my hunter sight sets with my bow shooting 282fps I have a 20, 27, and 33yd pin this setup has worked well for myself and a few other shooters I know hope this helps.

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Old 01-24-2003, 06:17 AM
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Your points must be the screw-in type. That way you can replace them w/ broadheads come hunting season.

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Old 01-24-2003, 06:56 AM
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IBO Rules: http://www.ibo.net/rules/

Hunter Class (HC)
A compound, recurve, or longbow with or without sights, may be shot with release aid, finger tab, glove or bare fingers. If a sight is used it will have no more than four (4) fixed or crosshair style pins. Circle pins allowed if all circles are the same size. Arrows must have screw in style points and a minimum of 4 inch vanes or feathers. Only one (1) single stabilizer being less than twelve (12) inches in length from the nearest point of attachment is allowed. A maximum of eighty (80) pounds of peak weight is allowed and will be shot from the yellow stake with a maximum of 35 yards. * - **

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Old 01-27-2003, 02:59 PM
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That will be a fine set up for the hunter class. You got a good cue on yardage numbers for your pins, but 18 26 33 would work nicely too. Find the one that works best for you at your local shoots and have fun.

Great Bow by the way! Nitro rocks! you will have all the speed you need there.

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Old 01-27-2003, 03:00 PM
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That will be a fine set up for the hunter class. You got a good cue on yardage numbers for your pins, but 18 26 33 would work nicely too. Find the one that works best for you at your local shoots and have fun.

Great Bow by the way! Nitro rocks! you will have all the speed you need there.

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