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· Grandpa Pete
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A few weeks ago I purchased an Antelope and, of course, the looped tubes were way too short. So, I made a single tube set up and attached them to my Torque frame. It consistently shoots low. I suspect that the reason is that the connecting loops are too small and too tight and are affecting the flight of the ammo at the last millisecond causing the shot to go low. Using a light looped tube set up I can shoot the Torque guide well. What do you think?

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· Grandpa Pete
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Kaw Kan

Good advise. I will try them on my Antelope and see how they work there. I do not use a reference point on the frame. I am more of a Rufus Hussey kid of a guy. As you may know, if you have seen some of my earlier posts I had pretty much given up shooting anything other than my Dan Hood Custom because of my injured left hand but now I have discovered light weight tubes and bands and that allows me to shoot frames like the Torque and Antelope.

Since you like the Antelope, did you see my post about adding an inch of rubber tube to the ends of the ram's horn to keep the looped tubes in place. It works like a dream.

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