Type: Posts; User: Whitetail
At least every other day during season I:
Sit on a chair a few minutes.
Shoot 1 broadhead.
Get up, get another BH and sit down.
Sit a few minutes then shoot a single BH.
Repeat for 6 BH.
I like less pins to pick from (when the adrenaline is pumping) and less cluttered field of view. I use 3 green pins 25, 35 & 50 yards. I will only shoot at a deer out to 40 yards so I basically...
A .010 is to small for my old eyes. I actually went to a .026 top pin now. It gathers/transmits more light and I can see it easier than the .019. Also at 20-25 yards it isn't too big that it...
I had the same thought a few years back. I usually close one eye using a bino anyway. I got a Bushnell Legend Ultra HD 10x 42mm Monocular and like them. Very clear, good in low light and compact...
Mission bows are less expense technology but would not call them "entry level". It still a machined aluminum riser, modern tech with perfect fit and finish. Mission has a real lifetime warranty...
I thought the HeliM was such a great bow that before the discontinued it I bought a 2nd one. I never thought I would get rid of them. Last summer I got a HTR. Draw cycle was different but didn't...
Rage. I couldn't stop myself.
Any made in USA, durable, sharp, fixed head that flys well from your bow.
Plan for a perfect hit. Prepare for a poor hit. NO mechanicals here.
Been using Axis for years. Zero insert issues, very durable, consistent and Made in the USA. GT...not.
I have a back up bow all set and ready to hunt. I even shoot it about once a week to keep sharp. I work about 180 days in a row each year before I get to hunt the last of October and November. I...
3 green pins for me at 22, 35 & 45 yards. I can shoot anything out to 50 without all the clutter.
If I was to go back to a mechanical BH is would be a Spitfire. But with today's quality string material/makers, tunable bows and great flying fixed BHs I won't be. NAP Hellrazors or QAD Exodus on...
When I first starting hunting my Dad told me to always pick up your whistle (empty cartridge from my 30-30) after I shot. I have carried that spend cartridge from my first buck with me for close to...
"So, How can I build my muscles built up to draw this thing full weight. "
Just keep shooting. After a while turn up the bow weight a turn (or 1/2) then shoot some more. No magic system, just...
I bought a US Balance US-250 for about $25. Does the job.
I saw a hen with at least a 7" beard yesterday. My buddy had one regularly in his hard last year.
Are you using Maximua Hunter 250? These are .417 spine. If so IMO to weak.
CX doesn't make a Maxima Hunter in a 250 spine. Maxima hunter 350 - .337 spine. The 450 - .298 spine.
Personally I do...
Over the years treis:
loud rock music
loud country music (keeps me away)
"Deer Away" spray
motion activate lights
Trophy Ridge - Made in China
HHA - Made in USA (Wisconsin)
Put one in each hand and your will see the difference in quality in a second.
I would (and do) use Axis 300 with a 50 or 75gr insert. Better quality and more durable imo than GT. I have both. Axis.....Made in USA. GT......NOT.
Get the free trail of shaft selector from...
I have one made by Last Chance. Does everything I need. I paid $75 (south shore archery) a couple of years ago.
I don't care for the type you need to remove your stabilizer. I only used one...
New in your price range.
Lots of adjustability.
REAL lifetime warranty.
Made in WI.
Some you can print:
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