Re: TAC 15i limbs
I'm feeling like "tacman". I've owned it for less than two months. It was DOA when received at the dealer for bad cranking mechanism. A week later that was fixed.
Spent the better part of the next week trying to zero at 20 yards and never got there. During this process my upper right limb was delaminating. Dealer lent me an Excalibur while waiting.
Took ten days or so for new limbs.
Convinced my dealer/PSE that I might have a bad sight and the sight is en route to PSE for a replacement. Dealer has lent me a Parker sight while waiting.
Did a quick paper tune at the dealership. This sight does give me enough elevation and windage adjustment to zero at 20 yards but shots are inconsistent. Thought it might be a poor paper tune.
Went to the range today to double check the paper tune with a naked arrow. Chased that around till I got a perfect bullet hole. However, without changing anything, the next two shots, with the same arrow and same orientation, I get a one inch tear. The next shot a perfect bullet hole and the next, a one inch tear. Left in frustration and posted a new thread for help.
On a positive note, I also shot three arrows through the chrono, Had reading of 405, 405 and 403.
Bottom line, I have a very fast xbow capable of missing a target at 400+fps. Sure would like one that worked as advertised.
The Excalibur was much slower, less range and, noisier but solid and dependable. I shot it more in during the loan period than I've been able to shoot the Tac 15i.