Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Sgt Pepper, Aug 10, 2009.
I'll just leave this here
Can I see this just one more time?
New to me
Repost, but worthy
that thing is ridiculously heavy
It's not heavy bro, it's tactical.
would you just look at that whisker biscuit
lot of scope for a 40 yard shot. Yes I know you can shoot out to 100 if you accept 5 moa but still don't see the need for a 3x9. Thinking a aimpoint or a cmore would be the right optic for this platform. OK enough of the logic, lets get to the marketing.
Yeah I know how we can sell more crossbows. We'll make it look like a AR, those barfcom bitches would love that shit.
Whats wrong with a whisker biscuit?
I suspect that 5MOA @ 100 yards would be quite acceptable when hunting deer... but a scope does seem excessive for that kind of shot.
It's a non-firearm that requires a FFL! How cool and edgy is that?!
you dont take shots over 40 yards w deer
At least you didn't say never
You only take shot like that if you are an idiot and want to track forever or just wound a deer.
I'm not saying my first choice would be a 50 yard shot, but if it's the only shot I have I'm taking it. My bow is fast enough for a 50 yard shot.
Go ahead and take your stupid pot shots if you want
Fuck off, it's not a pot shot if you have a pin for and you've practiced with it. Especially if you have good cover and the right wind.
Maybe you need that scope
I was talking about a regular compoun anyway.
nothing, i just like to say it
Chuck Adams has a 60yd pin on his compound
I don't know anyone that doesn't.
Not a common thing around here most bow hunting is done from tree stands and it's not very flat.
Why are you talking regular compound when everyone else is talking about a CROSSBOW?
Of course with silencers and everything on a modern compound you can take shots out to 50ish. Although the majority of guys will try to get the deer into <40 yards
I guess if you're hunting a feeder out of a stand you can set your shot to whatever you want it to be. We either drive or walk and when we see an animal we stalk as close as possible. Most of the time you can get within 10-30 yds...but not always.