Got my 380 fixed a few weeks ago and have had some arrow drag/burning smell. Rail is properly lubed. I know it's easy to install the limbs, so is there a way to adjust them to correct this?
Yup spring retainer is too stiff, it should only keep arrows from falling out while held downward. The deck issue tells me that its higher on that side the the other when they formed it at the Factory. I had to send one of mine back for a new oneHappy Thanksgiving to you too. That seemed to help a lot. But I just noticed my rail has a chip in it right under the tip of the retention spring. Also the finish has been dragged off on the left side edge of the channel. Both limb tips on my brand new limbs have cracks in the laminate. So I guess as soon as my Swat is fixed ill be sending this guy back to his friends at Excalibur.
That makes sense...I guess either way itll be getting swapped. But actually the whole xbow will with the limbs cracking as well.Yup spring retainer is too stiff, it should only keep arrows from falling out while held downward. The deck issue tells me that its higher on that side the the other when they formed it at the Factory. I had to send one of mine back for a new one
I don't think so, reason is some good info on string material was posted for members to read n learnI guess I hijacked this thread, sorry, I found info that stated force 10 and rhino were very similar and made from the same grade sk78 material and both had a soft shot feel.
The Excal string was on more like 1/5 of my shots not 1/3I have had my force 10 flemish from Mike and it has performed awesome. Just now needs a new serving around 300 shots.
@wolfer posted this image about the 380 explaining where he thought the problem might lie. I checked my flemish and it fits right according to it. I have a brand new string from Excalibur that lasted 60 shots on the serving. When I had it on my bow to mark the center of the new serving, the 2 loops were different sizes and one was obviously way too large. I had this string on after the repair, lasted about a third of the shots Ive taken. So just guessing it could have been an issue.
Also most assuredly investing into a silencing kit to help absorb some lim energy and ill steadily try to up the weight in my arrows too.