Alpine Frontier w/ a drop away rest. Nothing fancy with the arrows and broadheads just some from wallyworld. I got it last year and it shoots right at 300fps at 60lbs of draw. I can hit the bullseye out to about 75 yards with my rig.
A little different here. I shoot a Horton Legend 175 crossbow. I use the Rage 2 blade and Easton xx75 carbon arrows. However this year I may be investing in a Matthews Monster. The shop I buy my stuff at is having a huge sale on the 09' models. I won't use it for this season but next year is a definite possibility.
Here's some pics of my Alpine Frontier, Gold tip expedition hunters, eastman terminator 2 broadheads, Drop away rest, 3 pin tru glo, and 5 arrow quiver. I also have a carbon express fluflu with a judo point ready for the squirrls and coons.
Not to bad of a setup it shoots nice and flat and pretty fast. I was on some what of a budget when i got it last year.
It was a 2007 Patriot rebranded as the Patriot II for sale at Sportsmans Warehouse... was a one-year deal they did with their own "Private Label" Bowtech. Aparently Bowtech does not do clearance or outdated model sales... they buy up all the unsold bows and melt down the bodies for reuse. In '07 Sportsmans Warehouse bought up all the unsold Patriots and set up this deal.
I got the bow for under $800 brand new, including the stuff I added... rest, site, quiver, etc... made my cousing insanely jealous because his 101st Airborne cost almost double that by the time he was done...
I keep it around 65lb draw, 31"
Carbon Express arrows tipped with 125gr Shuttle T's
Like most hunters we all are looking for something to keep the deer on our hunting ground and to bring more deer into our hunting ground. Most of the time we just don’t have the room or funding for this to even happen. We lease a lot of smaller properties here in Kansas and we know that the farmers are needing every little bit of ground they can get to make a living. So if they give up any ground at all it’s not much. As I was talking to one farmer he told me he could give up about a half acre...