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  2. jdown

    Vortex Viper HD and Layout Blind for Sale

    Hump day bump for a great guy!
  3. Couestracker

    Deadline Wednesday Mar 20th 5:00 PM

    So, that's 4:00 pm our time. Just sayin'........
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  5. Flatlander

    New 1/2 Ton - What would you pick?

    Bad butt, but definitely out of my price range. They want $10k over invoice for those. That’s a non starter.
  6. I own a pro shop, and I like to help customers get aligned. How do I do that? Every archer is different, and different face or grip pressure can make the reticle appear differently to different people. To get them most of the way there, look through their peep and get the sight “rough” dialed until the pin is floating around the reticle circle. Then, help the customer fine-tune the reticle/ranging pin alignment from there. What’s the easiest way to align the pin to the reticle? When you move the sight on the curved rails, you are actually rotating the sight around the ranging pin, so the green reticle is actually what is moving. My advice is to move the sight on the rail in the same direction you want the pin to go. So, if the ranging pin is down and left of the green circle (insert graphic here), you want the pin to move right and up … so move the pin slight slightly up and slightly right. My reticle and ranging pin alignment keeps changing. Why? The reticle is not moving. Your form or grip pressure is changing. This occurred with your previous archery sight, but you never knew it. This product will make you a better archer because of that feature. My indoor range only goes out to 20 yards. How do I complete a setup and then add pins later? Your first pin needs to be at least 15 yards, but the next two pins needed to complete the setup must be a longer distance. So, you could set up 15, 16, and 19 to complete the setup. Then you can add pins later. Please note the sight will not give you a pin beyond your max calibrated range. Why should I set up fixed pins? You should set up fixed pins to ensure your pin gaps look correct because in a split-second shooting situation you may not have time to range the target. A quick tap of the trigger button will toggle between your fixed pins or your last ranged pins. When the pins time out, you can turn them back to where they last were with a quick tap of the trigger. You can also alternate between single pin and fixed pins with a tap of the “back” key. The brush is too thick to get a range, but I know the target is 46 yards. What do I do? Press and hold left or right, and it will take you into manual mode. In this mode you can dial up whatever ranged pin you want. Press “OK” when done. (If hunting at steep angles, you’ll want to dial up the horizontal distance, NOT the line of sight distance.) When I carry my bow, I hold it by the trigger. How can I disable the trigger while stalking? Power down the sight and select “Yes” when it asks you to go into stalk mode. This will deactivate the trigger key until you quickly press ANY key on the sight housing. Battery life on the Xero … what do I need to know? Ranging is what draws the majority of power. The LED pins require very little power, and the display draws very little power as well. You will get more than a season of shooting and hunting on 2 AAA lithium batteries. If the batteries get too low to range, the sight will let you know. In that case replace the batteries immediately. But if you can’t change batteries right away, you will still have plenty of power to use fixed pins or manual single pins. The post Xero Questions: Q&A with Garmin Product Manager Chad VanCamp appeared first on Garmin Blog. View the full article
  7. CouesPursuit

    Roosevelt

    Speaking to crappie - I wasn't there first hand but I heard Alamo was just starting and some fish were being caught, especially Sunday. One guy I know caught a dozen long lining mid lake and another report I read online said a jet black male was caught in shallow water. Reports I have from Roosevelt weren't as promising, including a fishing tournament where one fish won it and it was caught off the bottom. I have a few friends that can catch fish that got blanked, mostly due to the windy and murky water conditions. Roosevelt is going to slowly keep filling but as the surface area increases into the higher water elevations the next couple weeks, the lake will stabilize enough for the fish to get comfortable in beds. It should start this weekend after this small front passes. My somewhat educated opinion anyway.. Also had a report that even Saguaro was murky across the lake, so bad that the guy couldn't check if bass were on beds yet, can anyone confirm that one?
  8. CouesFanatic

    New 1/2 Ton - What would you pick?

    We have switched to all Toyota vehicles. Been great.
  9. firstcoueswas80

    New 1/2 Ton - What would you pick?

    You should see how low the DEF tank sits on the new diesels
  10. Red Rabbit

    New 1/2 Ton - What would you pick?

    Off-road, I dislike the low hanging, perch belly frame of the Chevy, and also that the shock hangers are below axle level.
  11. hoghntr

    Cabela's Euro HD 10x42. $720

    Uppppp
  12. NOTAGS

    Roosevelt

    Wheres our Alamo report from last weekend?
  13. azbirdhunter88

    New 1/2 Ton - What would you pick?

    Every dodge truck has this problem. My diesels have the cracked dash.
  14. wellhead

    Upholsterer needed

    Try the boys in Florence https://aci.az.gov/sales/ they did my 1970 Blazer seats and did a great job. Not sure if they have a location in Tucson. Quality work at a very reasonable price.
  15. Tac

    New 1/2 Ton - What would you pick?

    Ford Raptor??
  16. gixxer

    Hoyt rx1 kuiu verde 2.0

    If you like you can text me 5056999177 thanks andy
  17. firstcoueswas80

    Weimaraner needs new home!

    I have to ask, this dog sounds like a wonderful companion, why is he being given up?
  18. thegunsmith2506

    New 1/2 Ton - What would you pick?

    I had 2006 with the 5.3. We towed a 24ft camp trailer about 8-10 times a year with no complaints at all. We traded it in at 196k miles and never did anything other than maintenance.
  19. Ran up to Rio Salado yesterday to check my zero and get some pics of groups to post. Both are 3 shot groups, not sure which one I pulled. lol
  20. gixxer

    Hoyt rx1 kuiu verde 2.0

    Sure just let me know what might t work we can figure something out
  21. WTB Prime 70lb limbs (or WTT) I'm looking to get some prime 70lb limbs (for a Prime Alloy. Limbs that fit Rize, Impact, Defy, Alloy, Rival, Ion, Centergy, and other similar solid limb models will all fit). I'd prefer sitka or fusion camo colors, or gray, brown, or ghost green. I have a set of 50-60lb Sitka Optifade Elevated Forest limbs currently installed on my Alloy that I would be willing to trade. They're in great shape.
  22. CatfishKev

    Upholsterer needed

    Theres a good guy down here in Sierra Vista. Eduardos upholstery
  23. I've been trying to sell my rem 700 28 nosler with no success which is understandable since the rifle is pretty heavy at 13 lbs. So I'm going to break it down and sell some of the parts along with other parts I was saving for a 280 Ai build and put the money towards a new stock and lighter barrel. I have no idea what to price the parts at and thought asking you guys with a lot more knowledge than me would help. I did a little research on new parts and came up with around $1,148 but thats a lot for used parts and I wouldn't sell them for that much. I will be selling the Following. Hs precision for rem 700 sendero, stock is fully bedded. I did see this stock goes for $459 new NOT bedded. Rem 700 30-06 long action with recoil lug and factory x-mark trigger I believe new BDL bottem metal 25" Bartlein barrel varmint contour with muzzle break. Around 165 to 175 rounds through it.
  24. gixxer

    Hoyt rx1 kuiu verde 2.0

    I sent you a PM
  25. Sneaker

    New 1/2 Ton - What would you pick?

    Very few Chevy supporters it seems. I have a 2017 Silverado Z71, 5.3, put aftermarket shocks and larger tires on and it drives amazing around town and my beloved dirt roads of Northern AZ. I have not done much towing though, just our wakeboard boat. Is that where people feel a 1/2 ton silverado lacks? I have never owned a camp trailer but am interested in getting one in the short term. Am I in for disappointment towing with a 1/2 ton 5.3? I really don't want to go to a 3/4 ton because of how stiff they ride on dirt.
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