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Contributors to this thread:
midwest 04-Aug-19
Bowboy 04-Aug-19
JTV 04-Aug-19
Z Barebow 04-Aug-19
Franklin 04-Aug-19
jingalls 04-Aug-19
WV Mountaineer 04-Aug-19
Franklin 04-Aug-19
midwest 04-Aug-19
jingalls 04-Aug-19
ELKMAN 05-Aug-19
From: midwest
04-Aug-19

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Jesse Broadwater sight cover....lol.

From: Bowboy
04-Aug-19
Jesse is a great shooter. He shot his best when he had a Hoyt in his hands. Just say'n!

From: JTV
04-Aug-19
Just saw where Dan McCarthy beat Levi Morgan for Shooter of the Year .... Congrats to McCarthy to his award ...... all these guys are the best of the best .. Congrats to them all ....

From: Z Barebow
04-Aug-19
Bowboy-Who doesn't shoot better with a Hoyt in their hands? LOL!

From: Franklin
04-Aug-19
Has anyone else noticed how long all these great shooter`s D-loops are on their strings? I have been looking into this lately and it seems most hunters have very small loops compared to a lot of great shooters.

From: jingalls
04-Aug-19
Franklin, it’s my understanding that the longer D-loop is Moore accurate. Randy Ulmer did a segment on it. Worth watching!

04-Aug-19
In my opinion, the average archer sets their draw length to long. With a standard size d loop, they don't get properly set up when shooting at targets after they tire a bit. The longer loop, ensures that full expansion is achieved every time. Not sure if that is a proper description but, it is my opinion.

From: Franklin
04-Aug-19
Thanks jingalls and WV....this is exactly what I have been playing with. A shorter draw length and a slightly longer loop. I had neck fusion and rotator surgeries on both shoulders and I`m straining to get in the proper position. Way too much tension and not getting good groups.

From: midwest
04-Aug-19
Jesse is a machine.

From: jingalls
04-Aug-19
In Randy’s video he talks about the D loop swinging around and slapping the arrow. And in viewing high speed video it showed it was unpredictable which side it would slap. So no way to anticipate and tune for it. The longer D loop allowed for the nock to clear the string before it would swing around and hit it. Making for a more accurate set up.

I’m going off memory here so please look it up before you change things.

From: ELKMAN
05-Aug-19
Franklin that is because they all shoot their actual correct structural draw length... (or most do anyway)

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