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Sergeant Compound Bow Package Manual

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The Sergeant Compound Bow was made with the shooters in mind! The New 2015, SAS Sergeant 55 lbs Compound Bow gives shooters the highest quality gear to hit the field with confidence. This archery/hunting bow is quickly becoming one of the hottest sellers on the market. The bow features a 40.5” axle to axle,a draw length of 29” and shoots 235 feet per second!. This bow is a compact powerhouse! The CNC machined twin cams make this bow one of the smoothest that we have ever shot. Given that this bow has twin cams, there is also very little "creep" when you are getting ready to let your arrows fly. This compound bow has a strong piece-layered limb that is used to draw weights from 55 lbs. That's right; this bow is meant to be with you for many years to come. And the package comes with everything you need to start with.

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Sergeant Compound Bow Package Manual

  1. 1. sERGEANT COMPOUND Bow Southalnd Archery Supply OWNERS MANUAL www.southlandarchery.com
  2. 2. ...CONTENT GENERAL OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS BOW MAINTENANCE SAFETEY THE SETUP NOCKING POINT SIGHT ADJUSTMENT ARROW REST ADJUSTMENT CABLE GUARD ADJUSTMENT SAS LIMITED WARRANTY COMPOUNDBOWTERMS ACCESSORY SETUP WHAT’S INCLUDED WARRANTY REGISTRATION 3 3 3 4 6-7 5 8 9
  3. 3. ...GENERAL OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ...BOW MAINTENANCE • Always inspect your bow thoroughly before every shooting session to ensure that it is in good work- ing order. Check for worn or missing components and have them replaced when necessary. • Inspect your arrows to ensure that they are straight and that each nock is in good condition. A cracked nock can break when fired from the bow. Failure to do so could result in injury or damage and will void the warranty. For this bow, we recommend 28-30’’aluminum or carbon arrows. Using anthing else could cause the bow to“dry fire.”This can cause injury to the archery and will damage the bow. • When you are purchasing your arrows for the Sergeant, review the selection chart from the arrow manufacturer and select the correct arrows for your compound bow. Always use an arrow that meets the draw weight • Make sure to keep the synthetic cables waxed. Apply bow string wax to your synthetic cables and string before each shooting session. DO NOT WAX THE SERVING. • Strings and cables should be replaced periodically. It is recommended that the string and cables be replaced every 5,000 shots/1-full year. Service should only be performed by a certified bow tech. • Always store your bow in a cool/dry place. • Properly maintaining your bow will give you many years of use. ...SAFETY Aswithanyweapon,safetyshouldbeoftheutmostpriority.Makesuretouseyourcommonsense.Neveruseyour compoundbowunlessyouhavehadtheproperinstruction,doingsocanresultinseriousinjury. • Never shoot your bow without an arrow that has been properly nocked on the string. This will cause a dry fire and can lead to serious injury. • Always make sure that you know what lies behind your target. Never point your weapon at anything that you do not plan to shoot. Arrows travel fast and have a lot of power. • If you draw your bow and you need to let it down, make sure that you do so in a careful manner. Make sure to keep your head and face out of the way so you do not get hit with an accessory/ the bow itself. • Never draw a bow that is outside of your comfort level. • Modifying the bow in any way (i.e. drilling extra holes, adjustments to weight or length) will void the warranty and can present safety issues. • Remember, most adjustments to your Sergeant Compound Bow should be made on a bow press. It is not recommended that you make these adjustments at home.
  4. 4. COMPOUND BOW TERMS
  5. 5. ...THE SETUP Nocking Point Sight Adjustment Arrow Rest Adjustment Cable Guard Adjustment Finger Shooters: For the initial setting, make sure to install the nocking point on the bowstring app. 5/16’’plus the width of the arrow above a point where a horizontal line from the rest intersects the string. Release-Aid Shooters: Install the nocking point the width of the arrow above a point where the horizontal line from the rest intersects the string. When the ar- row is in position on the rest, the arrow nock should fit snug against the bottom of the nocking point. When adjusting the sight pin locations, always remember to follow the group. That is, if the shot group is to the left of the target, move the sight pins to the left. If the shot group is low, then make sure that you move the sight pins down. The in/out position of the arrow rest should be adjusted so that the arrow is in alignment with the string when shooting with a release aid. The arrow tip should be 1/2 shaft diameter to a full shaft di- ameter to the left on a right-handed bow (opposite for left-handed bows) when shooting fingers. The purpose of the cable guard is to hold the cable out of the path of the arrows. When adjusting the angle of the cable guard, adjust it so the cables just clear the arrow vanes. On one-cam bows, using an offset cable guard rod, adjustments to the cable guard must be done with the rod in the up position (app. 1 o’clock). Excessive arrow clear- ance may cause the cables to track in- correctly on the wheels and cause seri- ous personal injury and/or damage to the bow.
  6. 6. Take out the screws that are already in the pre-fabricat- ed holes on the riser to instal the cable guard. Use the Allen wrench that is included. Next get the arrow rest and attach it to the prefabricat- ed hole on the outside of the riser Optimal position should look similar to this figure Attach the 3-Pin Sight onto the 2 pre-fabricated holes on the outside of the riser Screw it in and adjust it to your preferences Put on the cable guard slide and attach it to the cables. This keeps them out of the way of your flight path.
  7. 7. Attach the mounting bracket onto the two smaller holes of the 3-pin sight, with the lever pointing towards you. There are two levels on this sight to accommodate dif- ferent shooters. Adjust to your prefrence. Screw the adapter onto the quiver itself and slide it into place Once it slides all the way through pull the lever down and you are ready to shoot. Optimal position should look similar to this picture ACCESSORY SETUP
  8. 8. Sergeant Compound Bow ...What’s Included Twister Arrow Rest 3-Pin Sight Cable Guard & Cable Guard Slide 4-Arrow Quiver Aluminum Arrows Armguard Finger Tab 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 Southland archery Supply limited warranty All Southland Archery Bows are backed by an SAS 1 Year Limited Warranty to the original owner. The product will be replaced or repaired to restore it to its original performance. Cables, strings, and wearable items are not covered by this warranty. If there is evidence of abuse, mishandling, misuse, or alteration to any South- land Archery products, the warranty will be voided of any claims. Southland Archery cannot be responsible for injury of product failure resulting from improper use or neglect of maintenance. All bows must undergo string and cable changes every 5000 shots or every 12 months to maintain SAS warranty coverage. Overstressing Southland Archery compound bows by using arrows that are lighter than the ATA guideline will void the warranty and may cause damage to the bow or injury to the user. Southland Archery makes no other claims either expressed or implied. In the interest of product improvement and consumer safety, SAS reserves the right to make changes in product design, color and specifications without notice. Questions? Please contact us at http://www.southlandarchery.com/contacts

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