Problem with my bow

Bankrunner

Well-known member
Last weekend I was out shooting and a screw on my cam started to loosen up. It has done this in the past and i just tightened it up. I decided to get some blue lock tight to put on the threads. When i backed the screw out i could see that it has been eating away at the slot in the cam.
I took it to my local bow shop yesterday and they're going to send it to PSE so they can take a look at it, hopefully they will send out
a replacement part at no cost.
I hope to get the bow back in about in two weeks so i can get back to the range.
With the opener being a month away it's bad timing for my bow to go down but i guess it could be worse.
 

Brnsvllyjohn

Well-known member
Problems with any hunting equipment are always frustrating. Good luck I hope you get things repaired in time for you to shoot "John's" buck.
 

Bankrunner

Well-known member
Thanks John,
I thought about you yesterday at the shop. I asked them about how many cross bows they sell and he said not that many. Anyway I told them I only knew one guy that shoots a cross bow and that was you.
I'd certainly take "John's" buck but i'm after "Noseeem". He got that name cause i haven't seen em yet.
 

TheGDog

Well-known member
Well, better to have that bow looked-at than having your face lacerated by something failing when you draw back. Hope they take care of you proper.
 

Brnsvllyjohn

Well-known member
"I asked them about how many cross bows they sell and he said not that many. Anyway I told them I only knew one guy that shoots a cross bow and that was you."

I have yet to find a local archery shop that knows very much about cross bows or seems interested in ordering things for me. I order everything from Ohio for the Excalibur bow. Everything else from Jerry in Florida for stuff like arrows and broad heads. We just spent over $700 with Jerry. A combined order for a couple of guys. Jerry will make you any arrow you need and he is great on the phone. I guess the local archery shops cannot afford to carry much for crossbows since there are so few of us using them.
Back to your issue having a local shop for support is great and obviously much easer with a standard bow.
 


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