enormous. As much as the rifle opener in my unit. It has gotten so crazy I go out of state for a better hunt. The pressure all depends on the unit/season you are going in. My choices have made it a party fest of NR and res alike.
I decided on 70 yards mer
Reasons have to do with age, shoulder and elbow preservation and reduced bow poundage
Pse set to 60 lb
BEA x impacts
NO BROAD HEAD IN THESE
Release is a Carter Back spin hinge
No wind, calm, deer wasnt moving, easy shot. I think he was distracted By a noisy crow...
Browning X bolt, 300 WM, less than 85 rounds thru barrel, vortex hslr 6x24x50 illuminated scope with throw lever and scope covers, atlas type pod, cheek riser with dope set up, muzzle break, perfect condition
Remington 700 30-06, 60 rounds thru barrel, vortex 4x16x50 with caps, carbon...
Yes and Yes.....
Wont get into the obvious arguments and opinions that widely vary among archers.
Yes to Skinnies......
Yes if the arrows group consistently well out of your set up at MER.
Yes if you don't mind fussing with the set up to get true spinning arrows
Yes if you want a higher "EFOC"...
Stay tuned, there are a lot of "member involvement" things here as the seasons get closer
-Elk photo contest
-Buck photo contest
- Who can get Ryan and Robby the most worked up contest.
- I have seen when words like "legend" and "Long range is unethical" are used they start to...
My arrows are cut 26" carbon to carb and I'm running a lightweight insert so it's not as extreme as one would think although I am not opposed to extreme FOC , my bow just prefer some moderately high foc
To be honest I shoot more for as much weight as I can get and still shoot to 280' fps