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To lower draw weight

First, raise the drawing weight to its max. Next, unscrew both limb bolts one revolution (360°) and check the poundage on a bow scale. Repeat this process until you reach your desired draw weight. Only attempt to shoot draw weights in the limb`s specified range (50-60 lbs, 60-70 lbs).

A bow with too much draw weight also creates potential safety issues for nearby archers and spectators when archers struggle to draw their bow. If someone struggles to draw their bow back, forcing them to “sky-draw” or point their bow in unsafe directions, their poundage is likely too much.
Release length matters—you shouldn`t have to reach for the trigger. The trigger, when the length is adjusted correctly, should rest near the second knuckle bend of the index finger. A common mistake many archers make is adjusting the length so they trip the trigger with the tip of their finger.
If you have a 30″ draw length, and want to end up with a 30 pound bow, you`ll have to take into account your 2″ extra draw length (remember weights are based on 28″ draw lengths). 2 inches extra will add 5 pounds onto your bow weight, so to get your 30 pound bow, you`ll need to buy a 25 pound bow to get there.
Weight adjustments can easily be made by turning the weight adjustment bolt or limb bolt (tiller bolt on recurve bows) clockwise to increase weight or counter clockwise to decrease weight. You should always turn the top and bottom adjustment bolts in equal amounts.
Increasing your draw weight can change your arrow`s tuning, and you`ll likely have to adjust your sight. While you`re at the archery shop, talk to the bow technician about your desired draw weight and buy the arrow spine they suggest.
The notion that compound bows lose power over time is a misconception of what`s actually happening, as they don`t lose power from aging or too much time on the range.
300-500 word length is the generally accepted rule because that`s how many words fit on a standard A4 piece of paper.
The vast majority of bowhunters who shoot compound bows use a release aid to “loose the arrow.” And the vast majority of those use a wrist-strap, index-finger release. Most archers shot firearms long before they picked up a bow, and using the index finger to pull the trigger just seems natural to them.
What Draw Weight Do I Need? A comfortable draw weight is different for each shooter. Some shooters are capable of shooting 70, 80 or 90lbs, but most adult males shoot between 60 and 70lbs. Today`s bows are extremely efficient and 40lb compound bows are more than capable of harvesting many big game animals.
Loosen the bow to the point where the bow has arched back to its resting position and the hairs are no longer pulling it tightly. A good rule of thumb is 3-4 twists of the screw, but of course this will differ depending on the instrument.
The standard of 60 to 70 lbs is more than enough for North American big game. However, there are some folks who want to pull 80 to 90 lbs of draw weight.
The force of a bow is determined by the weight of the draw. And, the weight of the draw is what pushes out the energy to shoot out the arrow. If you have a big sized bow, the force (draw weight) is greater. Therefore, the longbow will project the arrow with greater force than a short bow.
Bow Length

The old rule was if you had a short draw length, less than 28 inches, you should shoot a 56 or 58-inch bow. For 28 to 29½-inch draw lengths, a 60-inch bow would perform best. For draw lengths over 29½ inches, a 62-inch bow would be the best choice. I`ve found 60 inches to be a happy medium.

If you want to be a “great” archer, someone that can put the arrow into the yellow all the time, you need to shoot 100-120 arrows per day 5 times a week. If you want to be a “champion” archer, someone who can put the arrow into the 10 most of the time, you need to shoot 5 times a week with at least 120 arrows per day.
Going to three to four days of practice every week will ensure that you build your physical stamina, as well as your mental stamina. Your arrow volume for each session will also have to go up slightly to ensure that you “have it in you” to finish a competition strong.
If the draw length is too short, you will feel “bunched up” or uncomfortable because you are too compressed. In addition, the elbow will have a fairly big bend in it in order for you to get the string to your face.
Archery is a game of inches, and it`s a very personal sport. When you find a bow that provides great fit, feel and function, as well as an ear-to-ear grin each time you trigger your release, that should be your bow. Longer bows provide rock-solid balance and shot-to-shot accuracy.
Draw Weight

Bows with a heavier draw weight result in faster arrow speeds. Heavy draw weight is able to transfer higher levels of energy to the arrow. For example, a draw weight increase of five pounds can add 10 fps to the speed of your arrows.

Practice Pain: If you experience pain following normal practice sessions, say 30 to 40 arrows in an hour, you`re shooting too much draw weight. You`re also risking injury. If you have trouble drawing your bow during cold-weather hunts, then it`s time to reduce draw weight poundage.
Looking at the data for all four test bows, the minimum speed change per pound of draw weight is 1.9 fps and the maximum is 2.4 fps. That is taking into account all draw lengths and all draw weights, and equals a total range of 19.3-23.7 fps.
It affects not only the speed and power of the arrow, but also the accuracy of the shot. A bow with a higher draw weight will produce faster arrows, but it will also require more strength to draw the bowstring back, which can lead to fatigue and reduce accuracy.
Uneven pressure and tension.

Correct your bow grip to reduce excessive pressure, which can be one of the primary offenders for a bouncing bow. Keep your grip soft (but also not too loose), and your thumb relaxed. Additionally, avoid tensing up when you`re playing, especially in your wrist and shoulder.

Too much rosin will make the bow feel stickier as it moves across the strings. Excess rosin can generate a cloud of rosin dust as you play, and the sound will be harsh and scratchy. Rosin debris will fall onto the surface of the instrument and, over time, can damage the varnish and the wood.

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2011 ninja 1000 fuel pump not coming on
first cycle of the key, but injectors come on.

Engine killed when i hit a bump and let out clutch.
I restarted it and let out clutch and it killed again.
I parked the bike on the stand and let it sit for an hour, then i restarted it and the bike started up, when i gave it gas it backed fire.
Do you think it could be the fuel pump or relay? The shop thinks it could be the kick stand switch, but even acts up on neutral and the gas pump doesn’t come on first cycle of key when cold. Only injectors come on.

ANSWER : I would agree with the shop, as far as check the simply things first.while trouble shooting you want to start with the easy things, if you jump right into the pricey things and that is not it you have spent money and time and still have the problem. If you have a multimeter it will make this pretty easy. put your meter on the ohm setting and open and close the switch ( sidestand, clutch, ect.) if one of your safety swtich is not working right it will make your bike act up. start with that and if they are all working as they should please let me know and we can go deeper into it. I had a bike come into the shop that would cut out while riding, every bump every turn. I chased my tail because i didn’t start simple. i sent a lot of time and ended up paying for a fuel pump out of pocket because that wasn’t the problem. All the switches where working and nothing seemed right everything was working. after a few days while raising the bike on the left i notched the side stand moving a little with ever little bump on the way up. long story short the spring on the side stand had lost it’s ” spring” and won’t hold the side stand up right, every bump every turn the side stand moved a little letting the switch open and kill the bike .let me know what you find and if you need more help I’ll get and send you the wiring diagram and we can start work out the problem.M.Woodring

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Heat pump wiring
ANSWER : Yes i can , you need to hookup the r and the o together so that the reversing vvalvce is allways energized . so with that im mind send r,y,c,o to theout side unit. at the ahu you’ll hook up the 5 wires for the furnace, r g w1 w2 com and at the thermostat r,w1,w2,y,g,com,o then you will be set (the o get hooked up to o and goes straight out side.

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Need to know if their are brake ajustments inside keeps backlash
ANSWER : Call Laura at Coastline Service Center. They are a warranty, service, and parts center for Shimano. Laura is a true pro and can be reached at 919-736-3859.

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Cant remove top of barnet diablo slingshot
ANSWER : Try to watch this video, it may help:

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I bought a Fujifilm Finepix A825 digital camera from my local Morrisons supermarket about 1 month ago as a Christmas present however, the camera seems to be malfunctioning. It turns on and will let me press buttons to scroll through the menu’s however 99 out of 100 times, if i press a confirmation button or try to take a picture it just turns itself off with the zoom lens still out. I am not sure what the problem is as it does let me take a picture every once in a while. Please help!
ANSWER : Take it back its under warranty

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“06” Brute Force 750 back firing thru the carburators
ANSWER : Sounds like you may have to do a complete carburetor cleaning. Also, after this is done, be sure to put the breather box back and that includes the box cover. That bike is not worth a fiddlers, ….. without that cover put back on it. If the carburetor cleaning is not done properly then you’ll still have the problem. Also, be careful when taking the carbs apart, they have different size jets in them and don’t move anything in regards to linkages. Those carbs are also syncronized.

If that don’t do it, then maybe, you’ll need your valve clearances adjusted.

Good luck

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Two-way radio model pr170C
ANSWER : Make sure the battires are charged. make sure the small number (privacy code) on both are the same number and make sure there both on the same channel.

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