1. rpwilliams

    rpwilliams New Member

    Jan 21, 2013
    Just received drop-away rest for TAC 15i.Will a drop of crazy glue before serving keep the timing cord from slipping? Good or bad idea. Also, is the Timney trigger the same for the TAC15 & the TAC15i? Are there any other alternatives to TAC arrows besides Firenock? do you carry them? I noticed the latest batch from PSE were made in China.Fletchings were applied sloppy.I also had cranking gear pin give out on my TAC15. Did a number on the bow and my index finger.I would suggest cranking down w/ an arrow in in front of a block to minimize a dry-fire disaster. PSE should strengthen that pin. Very dangerous.
  2. Andy Backus

    Andy Backus Field Editor

    Dec 21, 2009
    Crazy glue is a fine idea.

    TAC 15 mounts on your own AR lower, so the trigger will be determined by what works with your AR.

    I'm not aware of any other arrows.

    I would suggest NEVER cocking the bow without an arrow present to eliminate dry-fire.

    And, of course, always point in safe direction.

    Hopefully the 2013 Elite and Ordnance cocking mechanism guts will be improved to reduce the types of failures you encountered.