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    You assuming the arrow stays straight, it does not. Given that the bow is correctly matched to the arrow shot ; then the arrow will flex...
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    fbirder replied to the thread Binoculars for field target.
    You can calculate a theoretical maximum relative brightness for binoculars as the square of the (objective lens size/magnification)...
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    fbirder replied to the thread Binoculars for field target.
    Of course, brightness isn't the be all and end all. Image quality depends on lots of other things. Cheap glass can give you a bright...
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    fbirder replied to the thread Binoculars for field target.
    The transmission difference will be, at the very most, 15 percent. Nowhere near the 100% difference you get from having a huge hole in...
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    fbirder replied to the thread Binoculars for field target.
    The problem I can see with them is that 10x36 will not give a very bright image. 10x50 will give an image that is twice as bright, but...
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    fbirder reacted to bimble's post in the thread choosing arrows!!! with Like Like.
    One of the things to keep in mind is that the Easton charts are only a guideline, and depending on your equipment it may turn out that...
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    fbirder replied to the thread Bow Poundage.
    It is very frustrating to watch somebody shoot three ends really well, then spend the rest of the shoot trembling like a leaf and their...
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    fbirder replied to the thread Best place to go?.
    One that you can visit in person. For me that is very limiting. I have two choices, both about 50 minutes drive away.
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    fbirder replied to the thread garden set up advice please!.
    No it isn't. You'll have to state exactly which law it is.
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    fbirder reacted to LionOfNarnia's post in the thread Arrows making a noise with Like Like.
    I was a wicket keeper - so I have no idea what the sound of a ball going past me is like ;)
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