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NightKnight

Member Since 26 Dec 2012
Offline Last Active Feb 09 2016 11:42 PM
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#4162 My build

Posted by NightKnight on 13 August 2013 - 04:20 PM

Looks like you are quite the craftsman! Nice work!


#3139 Theives!

Posted by NightKnight on 03 June 2013 - 06:25 PM

People who steal tools are lower than pond scum. Taking someones means of making a living is the lowest of the low.


#3130 Greetings from India

Posted by NightKnight on 03 June 2013 - 02:12 PM

Welcome to the site Aamir!


#2122 Who wants some nice BowfishingForum stickers?

Posted by NightKnight on 15 April 2013 - 12:54 PM

I have had some die-cut vinyl stickers made, and I am giving them away! Send me a PM with your name and address, and I will drop them in the mail to you!

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#790 What did you do to your boat today?

Posted by NightKnight on 27 February 2013 - 02:47 PM

Lets hear about what you are doing to your boats, big or small!  What did you do to your boat today?




#397 LED Power source

Posted by NightKnight on 19 February 2013 - 02:12 AM

The Blue and White battery is an Optima.  They make good stuff. 




#372 LED Power source

Posted by NightKnight on 18 February 2013 - 06:29 AM

Just want to throw something in here. I am a LED flashlight nerd. I know that batteries for high power LED flashlights generally show their capacity at different draw rates (amps). Many batteries, most notably lead acid and alkaline, have lower capacities when you have higher draw rates. So, it's entirely possible that, depending on the battery used (and assuming that a 24v system will draw less current, a dual battery 24v system could outlast a dual battery 12v system. If you are using really high end car batteries like Optima, Stinger, or Diehard Platinum, the advantage may very well go away.

It's also worth saying that deep cycle marine batteries are specifically designed to run an low current for long durations. That's both an advantage and disadvantage for them. They don't deal well with high current. On the other hand, Cranking Amp batteries will deal well with higher current applications and will probably actually last longer even though their Ah rating is lower.


#147 How can we draw people to the site?

Posted by NightKnight on 05 February 2013 - 12:26 AM

I dare say that the Internet has more than enough of that. :)


#52 Grand Opening Giveaway!

Posted by NightKnight on 07 January 2013 - 03:25 AM

In honor of the start of this forum, we will be giving away a brand new AMS Fish Hawk Bowfishing Bow!
 
To win you must:
  • Be member of the site
  • One of the first 250 people to join the site
  • Post "I'm in" in this thread
The drawing will begin once we get to 250 members, so let your friends know! If you haven't registered yet Click Here
Just copy the URL below to let your friends know by email, posting on facebook, or putting on your website!
http://bowfishingforum.com/topic/28-grand-opening-giveaway/
 
 
More about the Fish Hawk Bow with Koi Carp Camo:
http://www.amsbowfis...-carp-camo.html
AMS Bowfishing's best selling bow, the Fish Hawk, is now fully dipped in Koi Carp Camo. This new pattern features scales, water, and of course, fish; just holding it makes you want to go bowfishing!

The Fish Hawk's custom engineered Solo-Cam allows for "snap-shooting" by enabling maximum arrow speed at minimum draw lengths. With nearly 36" axle to axle, the Fish Hawk allows for great maneuverability with minimal finger pinch. There is no set draw stop, so anyone can shoot the same bow for years of action-packed Bowfishing Excitement!
  • Draw weight: 30 - 40#
  • Draw length: 15"- 30"
  • Approximate let-off: 20%
  • Axle-to-axle: 35 1/2"
  • Brace height: 7 3/4"
  • Weight: 3.4 lbs
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Rules and Info:
  • The winner will be mailed a AMs Fish Hawk bow within two weeks of the drawing date
  • The winner will be selected using a random number generator
  • The winner will be selected once we have reached 250 registered members on the site
  • We must reach 250 members within a 3 month period from the date of this announcement
  • The winner must be allowed to legally receive a bow via the mail
  • The winner must be allowed to legally own a bow at his location
  • The winner must be 18 years of age or older
  • Only one account per person is allowed
  • If the winner that is selected is not eligible for the prize for some reason, a new winner will be selected from the original 250
  • AMS does not endorse or sponsor this contest in any way

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#2 Welcome to the site!

Posted by NightKnight on 26 December 2012 - 08:26 PM

Welcome to Bowfishing Forum!  I would like to personally welcome you to this site, and I encourage you to register as a member!