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My Hunting Rig is dialed in ready for the season.

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Well Gents, I've been tuning and dialing in broadheads the last couple weeks. Last night I grabbed my bow, walked out to the max yardage I can get in the back yard before having to go into the street and draw attension to my self. So I opened the gate enough so that I could get a 50 reading on my rangefinder. I get the 50 yard mark, pull out an arrow tiped with a Slick Trick 100 grain Magnum with the 1 1/8' cutting surface. Nock my arrow, aquire the target, settle the 50 yard pin in his face and wait for the shot to happen....................Bammmmmmm!!!!!!!!!

 

 

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And this is the guilty party, my Bowtech Experience, set to 56lbs, 28" draw, 300 grain arrow. This is the fastest, most quiet, vibration free bow I've ever owned....

 

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What will be hanging in your bow holder this season?????????????????????

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yes I would agree she is ready to go, great looking bow......Now hope a big buck walks in front of you, good luck !!!

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 settle the 50 yard pin in his face and wait for the shot to happen....................Bammmmmmm!!!!!!!!!

 

 

 

 

 

Im not far behind... nice bow.... :up:

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Thanks guys.

 

fyi: I do not intend to shoot deer at 50 yards, but I like to practice long range for the confidence factor. In fact most areas where I hunt, I try to set up for a 20-25 yard shot. I don't like the 0-15 yard shot because I feel they can hear me breathing ( doubt it.... But.... ) or the 25 yard + shot because there is so much that can change as distance gets greater.

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