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– Hide quoted text — Show quoted text -> Marc, > Just in case you don’t know, Vittorio really, *really* knows what he is > talking about. > -Mac > The Best Zenit riser has NO system to change the limbs/riser alignement. > The > manufacturer says that as he is supposed to make stright risers, there is > no > reason why manufacturers have to make bad limbs that need alignement. As a > matte of fact, he is quite righ. Why to accept to shoot with limbs that > are > NOT straight? And if limbs are not perfect, better to use them as they are > than change their axis and their planes of work. If limbs are very bad, > than > better to change them. > Vittorio Frangilli

Holy shit! Vittorio Frangilli posts in here? Im well impressed. Give my regards Michele, excellent shooter, I use the same riser / limb combo as he does no complaints Regards Ewan — Ewan Oughton http://www.10xshot.com — Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com).

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Yes, it is very good of him to stop in and offer help – If we could all only shoot as well as his proteges! – Hide quoted text — Show quoted text -> Marc, > Just in case you don’t know, Vittorio really, *really* knows what he is > talking about. > -Mac > > The Best Zenit riser has NO system to change the limbs/riser alignement. > The > > manufacturer says that as he is supposed to make stright risers, there > is > no > > reason why manufacturers have to make bad limbs that need alignement. As > a > > matte of fact, he is quite righ. Why to accept to shoot with limbs that > are > > NOT straight? And if limbs are not perfect, better to use them as they > are > > than change their axis and their planes of work. If limbs are very bad, > than > > better to change them. > > Vittorio Frangilli > Holy shit! > Vittorio Frangilli posts in here? > Im well impressed. > Give my regards Michele, excellent shooter, I use the same riser / limb > combo as he does no complaints > Regards > Ewan > — > Ewan Oughton > http://www.10xshot.com > — > Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. > Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com).

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Hi everybody, I recently bought a Best Zenit riser. I found out how to change the weight and tiller, but I don’t know how to change the limb/riser alignement. For my old bow, a W&W Toz, I found this information on the W&W website, But I didn’t find the website of Best Archery. Does anybody knows if Best Archery have a website, and, if so, what there URL is? Or does anybody knows how to adjust the limb/riser alignement on a Best Zenit Riser? I would be very grateful if somebody could help me out. Thanks in advance, Marc

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Let’s hope so. The name Frangilli was a considderable argument in the proces that finally made me choose the Best Zenit riser. Marc – Hide quoted text — Show quoted text -> Marc, > Just in case you don’t know, Vittorio really, *really* knows what he is > talking about. > -Mac > The Best Zenit riser has NO system to change the limbs/riser alignement. > The > manufacturer says that as he is supposed to make stright risers, there is > no > reason why manufacturers have to make bad limbs that need alignement. As a > matte of fact, he is quite righ. Why to accept to shoot with limbs that > are > NOT straight? And if limbs are not perfect, better to use them as they are > than change their axis and their planes of work. If limbs are very bad, > than > better to change them. > Vittorio Frangilli

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The Best Zenit riser has NO system to change the limbs/riser alignement. The manufacturer says that as he is supposed to make stright risers, there is no reason why manufacturers have to make bad limbs that need alignement. As a matte of fact, he is quite righ. Why to accept to shoot with limbs that are NOT straight? And if limbs are not perfect, better to use them as they are than change their axis and their planes of work. If limbs are very bad, than better to change them. Vittorio Frangilli – Hide quoted text — Show quoted text -> Hi everybody, > I recently bought a Best Zenit riser. I found out how to change the weight > and tiller, but I don’t know how to change the limb/riser alignement. For my > old bow, a W&W Toz, I found this information on the W&W website, But I > didn’t find the website of Best Archery. Does anybody knows if Best Archery > have a website, and, if so, what there URL is? Or does anybody knows how to > adjust the limb/riser alignement on a Best Zenit Riser? > I would be very grateful if somebody could help me out. > Thanks in advance, > Marc

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Marc, Just in case you don’t know, Vittorio really, *really* knows what he is talking about. -Mac

– Hide quoted text — Show quoted text -> The Best Zenit riser has NO system to change the limbs/riser alignement. The > manufacturer says that as he is supposed to make stright risers, there is no > reason why manufacturers have to make bad limbs that need alignement. As a > matte of fact, he is quite righ. Why to accept to shoot with limbs that are > NOT straight? And if limbs are not perfect, better to use them as they are > than change their axis and their planes of work. If limbs are very bad, than > better to change them. > Vittorio Frangilli

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This is all very true, but for reasons I won’t go in now, I am more or less obliged, or at least used, to buy my archery equipment on the internet. That’s wy I would appreciate a riser that provides riser/limb alignement. Of corse, that does’nt change the fact that you are right. If manufacturers can make correct risers, other manufacturers should be able to make correct limbs. Give my regards to Michele Frangilli, his name was one of the reasons wy I finally choose for the Best Zenit riser. Marc – Hide quoted text — Show quoted text -> The Best Zenit riser has NO system to change the limbs/riser alignement. The > manufacturer says that as he is supposed to make stright risers, there is no > reason why manufacturers have to make bad limbs that need alignement. As a > matte of fact, he is quite righ. Why to accept to shoot with limbs that are > NOT straight? And if limbs are not perfect, better to use them as they are > than change their axis and their planes of work. If limbs are very bad, than > better to change them. > Vittorio Frangilli > Hi everybody, > I recently bought a Best Zenit riser. I found out how to change the weight > and tiller, but I don’t know how to change the limb/riser alignement. For > my > old bow, a W&W Toz, I found this information on the W&W website, But I > didn’t find the website of Best Archery. Does anybody knows if Best > Archery > have a website, and, if so, what there URL is? Or does anybody knows how > to > adjust the limb/riser alignement on a Best Zenit Riser? > I would be very grateful if somebody could help me out. > Thanks in advance, > Marc

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