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  1. A right-hand bow is actually held in the LEFT hand and drawn back with the right hand.
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  2. Anyone else have one? I got mine the other day. I'm mounting it on my B220 at the moment. I'm thinking i should be able to get within killing distance on a fox if i use one of the red or green covers the kit had.
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  3. Nice, I just brought the javalin pro last week while their sale was on, need a new torch for work to claim back on tax this week 😉. Arrived yesterday, it’s just amazing how bright they can make these torches.
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  4. Nice - that'll do it. I got the javelot - olight rule.
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  5. thanks mate i understand now 👍
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  6. ok, i am right eye dominate, that's the eye i aim with. when i have held or used bows in the past i always hold the bow in my left hand and draw with my right, considering this do i get a L/H bow? haha this is why i get confused. thanks a lot for the help Beno
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  7. That’s a right handed bow. I have a L/H 55 pound bear grizzly recurve. it’s a workout using that thing.
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  8. Hi mate. Its a totally manual process. I use either https://nordicedge.com.au/uncle-bjorns-handle-finish-australia-only/ or https://ausmakersupplies.com.au/products/u-beaut-aussie-oil-250ml Its just me and an old bit of soft T-shirt material. Put a couple of drops on the rag and rub it in for about 2 minutes. Leave it for 10-20 minutes, then do it again. Repeat 10 to 15 times and you are done. Its similar to a "London Best" gun stock oil finish, just a bit quicker.
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  9. G'day Every extra heat and quench will increase grain size and eventual brittleness of your blade. Get it hot enough so that a magnet will not stick to it and quench it, once. After the quench clean it up so you can see the color of the steel and then temper it in the oven. Go for 200 to 220 c for half and hour and when you pull it out of the oven have a good look at what color to blade has gone. You are looking to have it go a deep straw color. If you haven't got it hot enough in the temper it will stay brittle and snap on you. Great to see lots of people giving it a go
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  10. chasing rabbits on a property, with it on full power it will last approximately 35 minutes but even if it lasts longer, it makes no sense to design it like that, imagine how many people bought spare rechargeable batteries for the old models, and then go on and purchase new model of javelot thinking they can use all those spare batteries they have, not realising these muppets from olight changed design without actually clearly stating that in their description. Its actually deception of sort, because in description it says it uses same batteries as old models, but what it does not clearly say is that those batteries are completely sealed and can not be removed from spotlight body on new models. And then when you decide to swallow that hard pill and decide to buy another sealed replacement pack, it does not tell you on their website that the bloody thing needs to be fully assembled for it to recharge. What's the point of buying replacement pack then? Things like this just do my head in as you can tell
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