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    In the Gold Ar-Pe-Lo's Avatar
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    Recurve Tuning Forks on Kickstarter

    Not sure if its here somewhere, but it looks like good piece of equipment for archers.

    I'm not involved in this at all.


    https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...r-bow-alignmen

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    In the Gold
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    I will stick with my Beiter limb gauges thanks.

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    I hummed and haaed over this for a while but eventually stumped up for a pair even though I thought that they were over priced.

    But it's academic now as I don't think that they will make the target - it's still 6000 short with only half a day to go.

    Shame, really.
    Where are my dancing penguins? I was promised penguins ............

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    This was discussed here some time ago.
    http://www.archeryinterchange.com/f3...-forks-245160/

    My 2p is this: they'll be considerably better than Beiter limb gauges, because of their 3 dimensionality. However, I don't like limb gauges. My eyeball and a mirror does a better job.
    "Time is an illusion. Lunchtime doubly so." Douglas Adams

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    They have reached starter status and I am a investor will let you know what they are like soon ... they are in early production stages

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