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Old 05-17-2017, 04:03 AM
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PAT, your Brass insert for the plunger hole, what is the shank length of it?
Does the flange go on the back side of sight window?
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Default Re: Hank's got a springy on his bow

Hello Hank and All
On my Nilo I put a flat thin bar fasten to the back of the riser window.
Extended back to attach the Sprig -E to.
This located the Sping-E over my bow hand wrist.
For me this worked out great. [ Later
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Default Re: Hank's got a springy on his bow

I am surprised there isn't enough room for these springy's. I have been using a Strickland model with plenty of room for adjustment. I don't think his are as smooth as they should be and wanted to try one of these but I am not going to drill out my Tempest riser if it doesn't work.
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Default Re: Hank's got a springy on his bow

I was just looking at the website and it says there are two different adjustable springy rests. One short for recurve and long for compound. What should be ordered for a metal ILF riser?
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I was just looking at the website and it says there are two different adjustable springy rests. One short for recurve and long for compound. What should be ordered for a metal ILF riser?
I have the short on my tempest but he is out of stock currently.
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Moog is right, short for recurve.

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Default Re: Hank's got a springy on his bow

How do you know if i have the short or long. I just put one on my tempest and it shoot great but i had to put rubber washers on the back side of hole.
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Default Re: Hank's got a springy on his bow

Difrence between a short and long is easy to tell, long will have approx 1/4" of shank exposed, where the short will not have the shank exposed and it will be the spring head up against the 5/15x24 body.
Hope that makes sense.
I'll try and get a picture posted on my days off.

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