- Aug 31, 2021
I think there are way too many yotes around. I killed one last week with my MXB320
You don't normally see fawns this time of year.I also have seen some road kills. I have saw 7 deer so far, none of the 5 Bucks would i shoot just to kill for dink antlers. The one Doe never came close for a shot. Have not seen the 1st fawn
Why don't you just say crossbow?I think there are way too many yotes around. I killed one last week with my MXB320
I use the hell out of em, but I still call em a crossgun lol. I use the hell out of a longbow too. But there's no doubt that my efficiency goes thru the roof when I break out the crossgun.The guys at work and I are all for everyone hunting with anything they want. We mostly bow and muzzleloader but two of us hunted last year with ARs and crossbows just to prove a point. It was fun. It works great. Fellow hunters are not the enemy.
I had a shoulder injury that paralyzed my arm for a month and caused me to lose all temperature sensations and some grip in my fingers, I got a xbow for when it acts up. I use both depending.
I don’t want to hear jack about crossbows from compound bow hunters until they put that modern marvel they pretend is a stick and string down and put on a loin cloth.
My crossbow shoots 360fps. It has custom bolts that shoot a 3” group at 70 yards in no wind. It also drops 8 feet at that range. Crossgun? Hardly. The only advantage when I go from my bow to xbow is being able to shoot to my right without spinning as far and it doesn’t hit blind roofs. In a walk and stalk or from an open stand I prefer my lighter bow.
It’s just silly and disrespectful to our great sport to be divisive about tackle. We need more hunters from all walks of life and capabilities. If you really care, get the kids involved whilst your at it. If they can’t draw 70lbs might consider a MXB320, whatever that is (haha)
Sounds like an ass cleaning is in order.Be some slim pickings up at Newman's Bluff. Have hunted hard from climber Oct. n Nov. have saw 2 deer