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Thread: Shooting Machine for Recurve (Hooter Shooter) "Home made" video slow motion

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    yes! finally I own something good :P I just don't need to be reminded that many koreans still use the hoyt super rest :P

    http://www.wernerbeiter.com/en/infor...s/Nocke_GB.pdf

    the colours #21, #35, #57 and #89 are "Heavy" and differ
    from the Standard-Insert-Nock only because they are a little bit heavier and stiffer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moose View Post
    It would suggest the shibuya rest is the best as it was the easiest to move when the fletching hit it

    courtesy of moose on the loose
    Not really, it was the only arrow rest cutting one of my spin-wing during the test, my choice is the W&W bearing rest,
    I shoot 36 arrows with my old Spiga (on my bows since arround 1990) at 70 m and the result was 354/360 points and with the W&W 357/360 points with the same 12 arrows and the same wind (15 km/h maximum).
    No time to doing the same test with the 4 others arrow rest, and another reason, I choose the W&W, it's because the needle is on the top of the system
    and not on the bottom.

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    Great thread E=cap. I have used the Win&Win rest and the Shibuya. I like both but prefer the Shibuya because it's very easy to setup for clearance and in your video showing the Shibuya and another rest they needed a bit more tweaking to get clearance. With the Shibuya a possible adjustment by rotating the nock counter clockwise a little should give better clearance.

    Also there was another rest in one of the video where the arm of the rest was protruding past the arrow this can cause clearance issues as well.

    Obviously You have spent a great deal of time and effort to produce these videos and there is often not enough hours in the day to get things how you would want them but even where you have not fully set up the rests for video it does show us what happens when the setup is not perfect and what you can get away with which is helpful in itself.

    Ok one last thing what is your shooting machines gents Fita PB? 1420-1430 perhaps
    Just Feel The shot

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    This is my last arrows test with the same method.

    October 2011 test (Easton X10, Sky Art B92, Carbon Express Nano Pro, Easton ACE, Carbon Express Nano XR and Sky art Jade):

    http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/832/all2013.jpg

    April 2013 test only with arrows less 20€ each (Carbon Express Medaillon XR, Aurel Oryx, Victory Vap V1, W&W Atrax Gold, Carbon Impact Ultra Fast Green, Easton Carbone One and Easton ACG):

    http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/844/intermediaireall3.jpg

    Now we know why the high-end shafts are so expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by E=cap View Post
    This is my last arrows test with the same method.

    October 2011 test (Easton X10, Sky Art B92, Carbon Express Nano Pro, Easton ACE, Carbon Express Nano XR and Sky art Jade):

    http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/832/all2013.jpg


    April 2013 test only with arrows less 20€ each (Carbon Express Medaillon XR, Aurel Oryx, Victory Vap V1, W&W Atrax Gold, Carbon Impact Ultra Fast Green, Easton Carbone One and Easton ACG):

    http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/844/intermediaireall3.jpg

    Now we know why the high-end shafts are so expensive.
    Only just discovered this thread - fascinating stuff - thanks E=cap for all the time (and money) you must have put into undertaking these tests.
    Into The Unknown

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    Oh, come on,,,,,,,this is just an excuse to go shooting for 'er indoors,,,,trying to make out that he didn't enjoy it?????

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