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This is my hide-out....it's actually a storage room in my Goverment Quarters that the wife let me turn into my hobby home:
I know exactly what you mean. Not that it's at all important, but Ross has the best looking cam and idler out there IMO.Cougars09 said:i swear when I see those ross silver gunmetal cams from the side they look black and then to look right at them they are the color they are supposed to be
You must use XPrint for 5-spot practice targets too...mdewitt71 said:Here is my outside "Man Room" AKA the garage:
That's a great idea! I just shrunk one down to 75% for the 15 yard range in my basement. I had been just shooting at the normal size 5-spot prior to that, and this will create a more realistic practice situation. I also changed the outer rings to black so that it doesn't require color ink to print at all, but they're still darkened up enough to see the whole target unlike the grayscale setting on XPrint.mdewitt71 said:Sure do
Get em shrunk to what ever distance I can shoot at.
During the summer I leave the garage door open and get a lil more distance....too dog gone cold for that now :wink:
Not yet, but being in the Army and usually in some remote place (as if KS isnt bad enough) , it's good to be able to do everything I need to at home.....RJ1 said:Looks great Mike, you goin to start a pro shop out of your house? :grin:
Did you get the 5,000 rpm saw, or the 8,000 rpm? I have been looking at the 5,000. The $99 price tag both intrigues me, and scares me. What are your thoughts on the quality of the saw?mdewitt71 said:Got a new toy today.....Cabelas Arrow saw with built on arrow spinner
Figured I show off my "Man Room" one more time.
Now, along with a new Ratchet Lok bow press I am self reliant !!!
Thats awesome...........I already told the wife weather we build or buy in Missouri, the basement is MINE Of course along with a 20x60 polebarn shopsemobow said:I have about 15 yards in my basement, so I can stay warm in the winter and still shoot.