First deer with crossbow

Discussion in 'Crossbow Forum' started by dpowers, Sep 26, 2012.

  1. dpowers

    dpowers 6 pointer

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    First deer with a crossbow. Went Saturday afternoon wasn't sure I would see anything since the winds was blowing so hard. Got setup in the bottom out of the wind. Thought I had misplaced cocking rope and I was about to give in and go back home but I found it. as the afternoon went on the wind slowed. Then I heard them walking 5 deer, one walked to the creek bed as the others turned and were moving away from my. I pulled up and shot, watched the deer fall. Glad I brought my cart with me to wheel this deer out.
    Parker Tomahawk Crossbow
    NAP Spitfire 100 grn
    Dave

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  2. 1LOW8TE

    1LOW8TE 6 pointer

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    I thought Crossbow didn't start until Oct 1st?
     
  3. Highbow

    Highbow Cyber-Hunter

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    If you have a medical statement for it you can hunt during any season with it.
     
  4. bgkyarcher

    bgkyarcher 12 pointer

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    congrats, great shot. good eating there!
     
  5. dxtsniper

    dxtsniper 12 pointer

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    Turn around!
    Congrats on a fine doe.
     
  6. xbokilla

    xbokilla 12 pointer

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    Congrats. Love hunting with the crossbow!
     
  7. Shaine1985

    Shaine1985 12 pointer

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    AWESOME..congrats man!! I use Spitfire's too, with compound and crossbow!! NEXT, go buy you crossbows NAP F.O.C broadheads, 3 inch cut, killed one last yr with em, and boy it's insane what they do....expensive, but mean! 49.99 instore BUT you can get cheaper on Ebay
     
  8. RD3

    RD3 Spike

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    congrats on the first deer, looking for mine soon. today is opening but is pouring rain here so I'll wait until it stops
     

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