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    Border Tempest with Hex 7.5

    Hello everyone,

    here is a little footage on shooting the Border Tempest with Hex 7.5 h limbs. I am still in the tuning process, but I am close to what I want. Much of the title things you can notice is due to my inconsistent form Enjoy!

    Sid was indeed very helpful with his tuning advice!



    https://vimeo.com/206413950





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    You got the same bow as me, but I haven't had the chance to shoot it yet.
    Are those long limbs? What poundage?

    What do you think of it so far?


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    Limbs are long, Hex 7.5 H 36# @ 30". Arrows are 400 grain! I really love this rig!

    Take your time with tuning and if you do not get it right strait away, be patient. Hex 7.5 limbs come along with a steep learning curve and tell you what is out of tune .... the reward is the draw force curve, that you can enjoy henceforward

    The shot reaction and balance of the riser is superb!

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    Same limbs as me!
    I have had the tempest for some months and love it. Ordered the hexes a few weeks ago but had to return them as there where some manufacturing issues with them.


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    What nock height, brace and tiller are you using?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hotsauce View Post
    What nock height, brace and tiller are you using?


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    Nock height: upper 1/8 mark of bow square.
    Brace: 17 cm
    Tiller: 5mm positive

    Can be different in your case depending on grip, arrow weight ....

    Centershot position is crucial!!!

    The arrows I shoot in the video are 30", 410 spine, 125 grain points, total arrow weight 430 grain. Roughly 11.5 grain per inch.

    They are are on the stiff side, but do group well. I am currently figuring out, what shows up in the bare shaft: bad release, center shot, stiffness .... combination of all

    I just finished fletching some 30", 500 spine arrows, 389 grain, 10,5 grain per inch and 30" 500 spine 349 grain, 9.6 grain arrows to check tomorrow morning and see how the fly.
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