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Old 03-09-2013, 09:37 PM   #21
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Forgot to add a pic...



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And if you look at the first pic, you see that round object just above the hand? That's either an overdraw or the sight pins. My bet is on overdraw arrow rest because of the two rubberized looking nubs on the inside of the bottom.
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There are over draw rests used with shorter arrows. Pretty common actually.
I've seen those - totally possible to mess up!
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Are you serious?
Agreed, the safety on my Kimber is diff then any release on a holster.. Have to be smarter and pay more attention to what your doing.
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The best part of that pic is the arrow is oriented in such a way that he cant put the bow down ......... he will look awesome in the emergency room
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