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Old 01-30-2013, 12:12 PM   #21
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Not sure of the tensile (right word?) strength of hot glue. It's pretty malleable (right word?)

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What do y'all know about the Barnett cobra or blackwodow
But of the two I like the look of the widow more. And the price is a little better. But I have no complaints with the marksman. I imagine you can swap out the bands for a higher strength one if you desired more power.
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Right. I like the fact that you can still shoot regular ammunition out of it instead of just an arrow. I'm looking forward to testing mine out. Won't be able to until Monday though.

Anyone have any idea of a better way to secure the golf tee to the arrow? It doesn't seem trustworthy in a survival situation. Maybe a small screw threw them both?
If you go to the pathfinder web site, he has changed the set up completely. He has a fix for the golf tee problem.
I like most of the new modifications, but I think the whisker biscuit is the better way to go. I'm ordering the components this week, having a hard time finding the right whisk-bisc replacement.
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If you go to the pathfinder web site, he has changed the set up completely. He has a fix for the golf tee problem.
I like most of the new modifications, but I think the whisker biscuit is the better way to go. I'm ordering the components this week, having a hard time finding the right whisk-bisc replacement.
He as in Dave Canterbury? The guy in the video?
I'll check it out.

I got lucky. My dad had two that he had a while ago. He hates them for bow. I do also. Perfect for a slingshot though
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If you go to the pathfinder web site, he has changed the set up completely. He has a fix for the golf tee problem.
I like most of the new modifications, but I think the whisker biscuit is the better way to go. I'm ordering the components this week, having a hard time finding the right whisk-bisc replacement.
Would you mind sending a link to it on that website? I can't find it on my phone. Too little of a screen
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Where can I find the sling bow modification once at that point?

Edit: never mind. I think I found it. And from its looks I don't think I care much for it.
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http://monderno.com/modern-survival/pathfinder-pocket-hunting-system/
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Ha, that's awesome. I'm glad he shoots it in the end. I wanted to see how it works
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