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Posted 03 July 2008 - 08:45 AM
Hence the urban coyote problem...
Most cities ban shooting even regular bows within city limits.
Posted 05 July 2008 - 04:09 PM
Wannakill, the only decent crossbows are all as expensive as a good rifle set up. I used to own a $400 Barnett crossbow that shot really nice groups up to 40 yards but it ate bow strings like crazy. The problem with inexpensive ones is that they shoot badly or are really noisy and the safeties are questionable.As far as the legality of shooting in city limits? It's considered the same as discharging a firearm in city limits if you run into the wrong LAO! Our problem down here is that there have been so many calls about coyotes eating pets and destroying property that most of the LAO's turn the other way as long as you're extremely safety conscious and don't get any reports of logging an arrow into someones house. You wouldn't believe how many shots I've passed up on because of concerns where the arrows go after a pass thru. I even use knocks that light up after they leave the string just so I don't leave any arrows in the field for some kid to find later.
Couple questions for ya FAKAWEE:1. Do you know of any other decent crossbows that aren't sooo expensive? That's more than I have spent on any of my firearms. 2. What is the legality of shooting a crossbow in city limits?
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