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    My New Rig!!!!!

    Here is a picture of my new bow. It is a Diamond Edge. 60# pull, 27.5" draw.Click image for larger version. 

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    Very nice set-up!!! Keep us posted on how you like it!!
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    Nice looking bow!

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    Sweet looking set up!

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    i have the outlaw and love it

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    Shot the new bow for the first time this past Friday. At 20-25 yards I was putting 6 arrows in about a three inch group. When I moved back to 30 yards those same 6 arrows became about a 9 inch grouping. I don't have a kisser button on the string and my buddy was watching my anchor point and he said I was all over the place at the longer distance. We stopped right there. I will shoot again after I get the kisser button and see how it goes then.

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    Another thing you can do instead of a kisser button, if you have a peep sight installed, is touch the string to the tip of your nose. That with the peep sight can help you get your points of alignment to be consistent. Also a great help when you are up in a treestand trying to make a downward shot.
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    I agree with Big Holla...tip of the nose is a great reference. Nothing wrong with a kisser, but each addition reduces your speed a wee bit.

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    I just got a new bow this offseason. I miss the constant anchor of a kisser and am planning on adding one. I'll sacrifice a couple fps for a better shot when that big buck is in my sights.

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    nice looking rig
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