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Posted 17 August 2010 - 12:42 PM
Hey tony a 6' group at 20 yds is good don't listen to those guys. For being with your first bow. Not bad keep praticing.
just picked up a new mathews mission bx1. Its my first bow ever and it shoots great. so far with my first 6 shots from 20 yards 6 inch group with one dead center.il be practicing alot and i hope i can fill my tag this year.
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Posted 17 August 2010 - 10:06 PM
i was aiming at each animal and the to orange stickers
Was you aiming at each animal or is that a group.?
Posted 17 August 2010 - 10:08 PM
well im only on my third week but i hope to be that good some day soon.
Keep at it. Move out to 60 yrds. Once you can hit pretty good at 60 anything closer will be easy. I currently shoot all my groups at 74 yrds. Some days I ace it others so so, but I hit the target and anthing closer looks big. This group was shot at 74 yrds.
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Posted 18 August 2010 - 11:30 AM
Nice shooting.I am just shooting 20 and 30 yards now myself.A good bow go's a long way.I like that home made target.Now I know how to make one thanks for the pic.
im comfortable shooting at 50 and can make a decent shot at 60 but ya im gonna try and keep my shot at 50 or les on a non moving buck.here is a few shots at 20 yards...
Posted 18 August 2010 - 01:48 PM
Its 8" wide strips of carpet clamped between 2-2X8's with 2-3/8" all-thread rods and four pieces of angle that the all-thread goes through. Carpet was free at a carpet place, they throw out old stuff they get when putting in new carpet in homes. I loaded up frame and put hold down strap around carpet, then screwed tight bolts, tightened strap and loosened bolts added more carpet and repeated. Till I had as much carpet as I could fit. Came out 29X30" and after center is shot out I can take out bad carpet pieces and replace with new or take some from the outside and move it to middle. It's not water proof so have to cover in winter. Also if you over tighten bolts you can't pull arrows out. Easy to adjust and they pull out just like other targets.
Hey black_dog, what is your target made of? It looks really effective.
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Posted 19 August 2010 - 09:14 AM
We can work out a deal take me to your deer spot lolSJ I sure would love to find a spot like that those arrows are not cheap.
Hey Shoot It can I use you and your detector I have lost arrows from tracy to santanilla Bet over a hundred of them..
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