As you can see from some others it varies quite a bit. It all comes down to you really.What distance do most of you typically do this cold bow challenge at?
When I talked to them the guy offered it for free I just paid to ship it there. Like I said, not sure it’s standard procedure, just my experience with them. But may be worth a call.yeah for 15 bucks each. Just haven't done it yet.
NopeLooking forward to this, What are the chances that you change it to your first shot of the day vs your only shot. The reason that I bring this up is it is spring Bear season here in Alaska and other states and I try to shoot daily to stay dialed in.
If you make the rules to:
1. First shot of the day only can count at your selected distance.
2. You may shoot your bow after that but you can not practice your challenge shot.
That way those of us that will be hunting during this challenge period can stay dialed in for the hunt.
Looking forward to see how those Ironwill 150's do. That's some serious upfront weight. Do you know your FOC? (please people, let's not start an FOC argument, I'm just wondering--hahahahahaha)My set up for 2019
Not new, but proven...
Pse Full Throttle
MBG 5 pin slider
Tight Spot 7
Hamskea versa test
Cross wind stabilizer
TOAD waxless strings
Easton Axis 340
Iron Will 150's
Exo k2 2000
Truball Goat, or Nock 2 It
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Ryan is the long range legendAlbertaWapiti
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 elevate heart rate levels.
Glad to have you on board and look forward to your posts.