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Haha don't you get a warm

Haha don't you get a warm feeling when you robin hood somebody elses arrow?

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YES I DO ! :evil: 

YES I DO ! :evil: 

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Yesthat means I'm not the

Yesthat means I'm not the only one!!!! laugh

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Nice shot, and as we all

Nice shot, and as we all agree it can be quite expensive.

My question is... What is your new set up that is making you look like a pro?  Thumbs up

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My new setup

Archery_hunter33 wrote:

Nice shot, and as we all agree it can be quite expensive.

My question is... What is your new set up that is making you look like a pro?  Thumbs up

I am shooting the 2010 Bowtech S.W.A.T. I am shooting the Truglow extreme 8 pin with the Ripcord code red rest. Shooting Gold Tip 55-70 hunting arrows with Blood Runner 100 gr broadheads. Octane 7" stabilizer and Octane quiver.

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I only have one RH. I thought

I only have one RH. I thought it was pretty cool and it was at the time. I have since learned that it isn't worth it to replace the arrow so I only shoot spots now. I don't use my hunting arrows for 3D. Too many arrows are at my buddies houses with mine permenantly attached.

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I have 4 RHs, I started

I have 4 RHs, I started shooting spots at 20 after my first two.  I got two more one at 30 and one at 40.  Its good practice to shot spots at 40 yards.  I might have to go to spots at 50 too... no RH yet but plenty of broken nocks

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I have only every done it

I have only every done it once and it was still when I shot without a trigger. It's a pretty cool trophy I guess. It would get old after the sixth time I guess.

Nice shooting!

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expensive

It doesn’t get old it just gets expensive at $6 to $10 an arrow you’re out up to $20 if you keep them together and hang them on the wall.

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I really never tried to do

I really never tried to do one but after doing it while target practicing a few times, I too shot at spots on my targets.

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