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60 yard night shot with an Ignitor nock


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#1 Male OFFLINE   BowTechExperience

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Posted 08/07/13 - 08:30 PM

The title says it all. I've reached my max yardage at the house and also out of pins on my sight. It is hard to see the intended target, but if you look closely at the black backstop, notice the small while balloon at 12:00 o'clock sitting above center..
 
 
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and the shot only video:



Edited by BowTechExperience, 08/08/13 - 05:42 AM.


#2 Male OFFLINE   BowhunterNJ

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Posted 08/08/13 - 10:06 AM

Cool looking shot dude! :up:

#3 Male OFFLINE   Matty

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Posted 08/09/13 - 09:56 AM

Man you're shooting laser beams! That bow is FAST!!! My arrows look like they're trying to touch heaven when shooting at 60 yards. LOL

 

80 yards forget it....might make it rain.


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