- Oct 23, 2020
Day 3 done for me. Glad to be back on track after a miss yesterday!
Finally done and it's been an eye opener. As stated in the other thread, I hit a similar target during practice and then only go 1/5.
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This was my last practice/sight in session at 60 yards before starting the one shot contest. Yes there is one flyer, but I knew that as soon as I released it. To shoot this and then go 1/5 is truly humbling.
From now on, my first shot will always be at MER just to simulate this contest and hunting.
Thanks for having this contest Rob and I'll be in next year.
My practice/sight in shots were all field points. Putting the BH on made a huge difference. I need to experiment and practice with the BH more - maybe try a different brand.I stacked a broadhead and 2 field points literally touching each other at 50 the night before it opened. I also went 1/5. I need to stop shooting the night before apparently. Used up all my good shots!
My practice/sight in shots were all field points. Putting the BH on made a huge difference. I need to experiment and practice with the BH more - maybe try a different brand.
Is this full?I love getting all this feedback from everybody that shot. And it reminds me, that the pressure is real. Even before I started posting this stuff on the Internet, when I would step up and commit to only shooting one arrow, it was always more difficult. Glad most you guys are walking away with something learned. Thanks for the feedback
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I just got this setup put together and I did not have time to BH tune - and it shows. Once I get done with TAC SE next weekend I'll start to work on BH tuning and testing.Did you broadhead tune?
Broadheads will fly with a fieldpoint, if tuned. But don't expect to screw them on and go. Need to spend a little time with them and fine tune everything.
My first shot today (not for the CBC, but at my MER) was still a kill, but barely in the zone. And my shooting was generally poor today. More validation that 5 days without practice is not healthy for stickbow skills. I have the ability to make it work for 5 days, but it's not a good position to be in. Thanks again @robby denning and the rest of the Rokslide crew for putting this on every year. I learn something new every time I participate.