300-44Xs

Brandon Pattison

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I shot my first 300 for this year's leagues. This is my 4th round, the first 3 were 299s with 45 and 46 Xs.

My equipment:
'12 Element, 29.5", 66# (out of 70#)
N-fused Nano 340s, Blazers, 28.5", 100 grain head
Real Deal, Wrapped, 7-pin (29,19,19,19,19,10,10,10)
Scott Wildcat
2-piece Hoyt quiver loaded with 6 arrows
QAD

I am not trying to toot my own horn here but want to gauge myself with my fellow roksliders. What results are ya'll gittin'?
 

a3dhunter

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I haven't shot target archery for score in a couple years now, but it seemed I would start out in the low 290's with 40 x's, then move up into the 297-299 with 54-56 X's, I always managed to twitch a shot or two. ;)

Got to where with hunting equipment I could walk in and shoot low to mid 290's and 45-50 x's at anytime.
 
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Brandon Pattison

Brandon Pattison

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I was looking at getting an Alpha Elite since I am used to the RKT cam. I was going to either get a 50 or 60 pound set of limbs. Any suggestions? If I get a target rig I will shoot it freestyle. That opens up all kinds of debate regarding sights, releases, stabs, and rests.
 

xXxArchery

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I would get the 60lbs....as for sights, CBE or Spot Hogg, Stabs, B-Stingers...Rest, drop away Limb Driver, blade Spot Hogg....Release thats all you..
 
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Brandon Pattison

Brandon Pattison

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I'ma gitn nare. 50 spots last week. I might have gained maybe 4 or 5 more spots if I had some logs but the other 5 or 6 wouldn't get there with 1" diameter arrows.
 
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