I just found an interesting thing about the Y25 stock design. If you loosen the one exposed screw in the rubber butt plate you can raise or lower the rear of the bow for better eye to scope alignment.
Donno if that lime green/black string is the string yet. I was thinking red/black or bronze/brown. Any suggestions?
The firearm next to the Y25 is a M2 Benelli 20 gauge slug gun I bought today too.
Thats a great looking bow. Boo, how come the whiskers are so close to the tips of the limbs? Also, I know in my compound bow days, we used to put speed balls, or nock sets on the string to gain feet per second. I have never heard of anyone trying this with crossbows. Have you heard of this before?
I put them there so they don't go flying off. The other reason is that much of the noise comes from the limb tips so the closer to the limb tips the better the noise dampening.
BTW, this is by far the most stable, quiet hunting crossbow I've ever shot, bar none!
Just want to find out with regards to the cats whiskers. I have them on my recurve vertical bow and the principle behind them is to get the homonics right for the silencers to work effectively. With a vertical recurve you divided the string in 3rds and that is more or less where they go cause that is where you get the most vibrations from your string. You fine tune them by moving them around that general 3rd area then, till you get them working effectivily. Would this not be a similar principle on a recurve cross bows? I am very new to the cross bow seen so I am still learning. Would be interested to find out.
Congrats on the new cross bow. Really like the stock looks great.