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Are you serious?
You should be able to adjust it so it will have a slight off set, like 1 degree.
I agree on the Winners Choice. I put one on my bow, shot it about 25 times and set it up. Nothing has moved. They also have great customer service.
Killed 2 with a bow, 1 buck plus a bonus buck at a WMA.
I shot one at 60lbs. All i can say is no noise or vibration. The draw cycle reminds me of the old wheel bows for years ago. I just shot one a few...
Yep, if you are going to buy one go to Forks. I shot one down there last week and will say it's different. Liked the way it drew and holds. Very...
He was truly one of a kind, missed by many:D
People have been getting trail cams of them for a number of years. No mountain lions though!
Since there are somewhere around a trillion trail cameras in the state of Kentucky I would think all you guys that say you or someone you know has...
That is without question a buck of a lifetime. Congrats to Kyle on an awesome buck and congrats to you as well.
You guys are easy, it was a pet. Have you ever seen a picture of one in the wild that fat?
Yep, I have tags from 1973 and 74 that are metal. The plastic was used in 1976.
We all thought life was good when Baker came out with their stands. Spent many, many hours in one, they would take you for a ride if you didn't...
I started bow hunting in 1968 with a recurve bow and cedar arrows tipped with Bear razor heads. Still have the bow and even a few of the broad...
That's not totally correct. They used a plastic tag that was made like the metal tags for a while. I got one from 1976, I can't remember how long...
If possible I would like to get it. I have been using a kit and it's ok but would like something better.
You are a muskie catching machine, nice one.
What he said.
A big congrats to you on your first bow kill. You will remember it for many years.
Congrats to you on your first, may there be many to follow.