• It clicks!

    by  • 21st October 2016

    Ater few weeks of building my form back to use my 32lb limbs with a bit less shake, I decided it’s time to try to shoot with a clicker again. As my old one has incompatible fitting, I have bought a Beiter. I love it. My groups went from this To arrow shattering

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    Goldtip ultralight arrows

    by  • 12th October 2016

    After deciding that 600 shaft Pro arrows are a bit too stiff for my bow. I have ordered regular Ultralights in 700 shaft. The  new decal looks awesome. Hope they are going to fly better off my bow. Started assembly, they have pin nock adapters installed already. I use teflon tape over the hole...

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    Shooting bricks with Carbon Arrow

    by  • 11th October 2016

    Foolishly though that bare bow at 4 meters, I can’t miss the target bag. Indeed, I can, that’s what Goldtip Ultralight Pro looks after being shot at a red brick. It is pretty, but maybe an inch too short for me now.

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    Broken Finger Sling

    by  • 9th October 2016

    Yesterday, I was shooting with my new looped sling. It looked like that Notice clear plastic shrink wrap, under the plastic the sling end is glued with some adhesive. After 30 ends that adhesive let go and my bow went tumbling down on the floor. Sad and painful moment. I was thinking about going...

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    Ansible Module Development – parameters

    by  • 16th February 2016

    Some time ago, I have started writing a lot of ansible modules. As well as started providing  lightweight docker image. Things like Marathon, Chronos, or Consul needed love, which I given them. Quite recently I have been tasked to work on Azure platform and I have noticed that it will again need my love....

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    Happy birthday IPv6 – IPv6 turns 20 years old!

    by  • 30th November 2015

    I read this new thing recently, and I liked it Happy birthday IPv6 – IPv6 turns 20 years old! The ‘Internet Protocol, Version 6 (IPv6) Specification’ codified in RFC1883 is from the 1st of December 1995, which is now already 20 years ago. RFC1883 was the first formal specification of the 6th version of...

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    Announcing govisor 1.0

    by  • 20th September 2015

    I read this new thing recently, and I liked it Announcing govisor 1.0 I’m happy to announce that I feel I’ve wrapped up Govisor to a point where its ready for public consumption. Govisor is a service similar to supervisord, in that it can be used to manage a bunch of processes.  However, it...

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