Grunt Style Bowhunter Ad Fail

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  1. Bowhunting.com Staff

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    Good One
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    I have never shot a compound bow nor can I draw one but I think I could do better than either of them.
     
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    The guy has a tube peep, child please.
     
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    that's a (Jennings) Buckmaster. With a side of filet of forearm.
    As per what JZ is shooting...looks like a Golden Eagle in Mossy Oak Bottom land???
     
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    BINGO! It's a Golden Eagle Orion - my bow from high school. Pretty killer TM Hunter rest, NAP ShockBlocker stabilizer and Cobra Sidewinder sight. She's a looker.

    And let's not forget the XX75 Camo Hunters. 2315's with 5 inch AAE Plastifletch vanes. :rock:
     
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    Am I seeing this correctly, there are 2 peeps? That's a new one on me.
     
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    Must be for those extra long shots. The more you look at the picture the funnier it gets. At least they are above the nocking point, at least they got that right :)
     
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    Be nice, I still shoot XX75 2314's. (4" vanes) :biggrin: Actually they're great shafts.
     
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    all you're missing is an overdraw!
     
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    Hey, nice form! :dan:
     
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    I just took another look at that... WTF is that? Did they just tie the tube onto the string? There's no peep there. Maybe it helps with string twist.

    I feel like i do when watching TV and they edit in the sound of a pump action shotgun- when the subject is using a double barrel. (Or any number of stupid gun Hollywood screw ups)
     
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    Bingo. It's only there to attach the tube, that's not an actual peep. I forgot who made those but they were somewhat common back in the day. Maybe Saunders?
     
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    They should have told the model to dip the bow in water so he didn't dry fire it...
     
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    Hilarious
     

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