Have you shot your bow today?

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  1. PAcanis

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    I'll start. I did :D

    I shot some arrows/bolts out of my Xbows. Working on getting the sights dialed in for range.
    But what I've really been working on is trying to dial in my Bowtech Realm X so I can choose a yardage tape for it.
    You have to sight it in at 20yds, then sight it in at 60yds, then that will tell you what tape decal to stick on the sight for your particular setup. Now I can turn the dial to whatever yardage I'm shooting from and be pretty dang close. Of course, anything I'd be hunting would be 35yds tops and most likely 20 yds and in, but if my neighbor sets out a balloon at long range like he did last year shooting against his buddy, I might just wander over and see if I can get in on the action :)

    My best 60yds group ever. Time to put on the yardage tape.
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    Then after I stuck the tape on the dial and took a time out, I got out two new arrows and put broadheads on them. I've decided on fixed broadheads and had a G5 Montec 3 blade and Slick Trick Magnum 4 blade (what the archery shop guy uses) to try out.
    G5 Montec top, Slick Trick Magnum bottom.jpg

    I went to 30yds, turned the dial to 30 and fired off three field tips, then shot each of the broadheads. The Montec hit center and the Slick Trick just a little high. Probably me I figured.
    30yds 3 field tips, G5 Montec bull, Slick Trick other.jpg

    I had to get out the arrow pliers to pull out the broadheads. Much harder than I expected.
    Then I moved to 20yds, adjusted the dial on the sight and shot the Slick Trick first at the center bull. Sure felt sweet. And looked sweet, too. Then I aimed at the other bull with the Montec.
    I'd have to say they are flying pretty good. As good as I can shoot anyway.
    Slick Trick bull, Montec other 20yds.jpg

    So all in all I probably let almost 100 arrows loose today.

    Anybody else do any shooting?
     
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    Why yes, I just finished!

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    Thanks, shooting barebow and learning how to stringwalk
     
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    Hoping to in the next two hours of day light....out hunting right now:41::50:
     
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    Good shooting. Them slick tricks are great BH. I can sharpen them a lot easer Than the Montecs. Good luck on your hunt.
     
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    I was watching one of those Lancaster Classics videos the other week and actually know what you are talking about :)
    Saw this relative newcomer, middle aged gentleman, work his way through everybody and win the tournament in bare bow. Finished strong! and closed his guy out.
     
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    Hopefully you let one arrow fly today :dblthumb:
     
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    I've watched that video 3 or 4 times, intensely studying his form. He did amazingly well.
     
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    Yeah, that guy was on fire.
    And had the nerves of a professional golfer. Well, most of them ;)
    Very calm an unflinching.
     
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    nope! work is crazy.
    haven't practiced, don't have heavy broadheads, need to fletch three more shafts, haven't bought my license...and archery started last weekend :11:
     
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    I'm a bit behind in the fletching dept myself. Mostly because I need to duplicate the offset of the factory arrows I've been shooting.
    And I need to clear a space on my workbench :rolleyes:
     
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    I haven't had a bow in years. My PSE got stolen several years ago when my house was broken in to. :/ I need to get back in the game. Bow hunting sure is fun and I could actually shoot it in my back yard.
     
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    I was not able to cast an arrow towards the grey ghost of the forest glen this evening. I hunt a wonderful property along the river bottoms, it is very productive during the shotgun season, but it is not a quality bow hunting property. I am fortunate for a friendly land owner and have enjoyed many hours on stand over the years enjoying the splendor of the this little piece of creation. Have taken a doe and a wild turkey with my recurve but it has been some years. Of course some years I only get a evening or two to hunt.
     
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    I set up my game camera last week by some rubs. I'm hoping to see a movement pattern and set up an ambush spot. Hopefully they are moving at a time I can hunt. It's still pretty early in the season here, but the weather just turned colder and that's for the better.
     
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    It was really windy yesterday, but my quiver came in for my compound and I wanted to see if it affected my POA. It didn't. As a matter of fact, it tightened my groups up. I shot two 1" groups, two arrows each, at 20yds in windy conditions.
    No pics of that, but here's a pic of the bow with the quiver taken today.
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    But take a look at this. This surprised the heck out of me.
    The maker of my Hickory Creek vertical Xbow recommended G5 Strikers. I put them on this morning and shot one to check my POA compared to my field tips. 2" low and 4" rt at 20yds! Did I move? I shot again. Nope, at 20yds they are that far off. And to think there are probably some people who think their broadheads and field tip should shoot the same just because they are both 100gr tips.

    So seeing as how I'm going with the Slick Tricks in my compound, I screwed a G5 Montec onto an arrow to check out that broadhead. There you see it. Right on the money. The Hickory Creek will be shooting Montecs. The Strikers will go in the toolbox.
    20yds Montec bull, 2 G5 Strikers low rt.jpg
     
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    ^^^ That's a pretty wild bow! Interesting results too, it would be interesting to weigh the two. I shot mine today but had a hard time. Messed up two inserts by hitting hard objects due to overpenitration on a too thin target. Once I fixed that, I was just not doing much good and was loosing light, so I quit. Should've quit working and started shooting sooner.
     
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    Weigh the two what, arrows?
    I know I weighed my target points and they were within a grain of each other, but I didn't weigh the broadheads.
     
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    I was referring to the broadheads and wondering if their weight affected dynamic spine.
     
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    “Have you shot your bow today?”

    Why, yes I have. Encouraged by you enablers, I got my cross bow out and did some target practice. I do need practice. :14:

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    They came with a stand, tools, bolts and spare parts! :D

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    Amazon had quit selling them and ebay was frantically trying to kill all the listings when I got mine a couple of years ago. I bought enough to give as inheritance to my grandkids. :D

    Grandma says ‘you are going to stick yourself! ‘. Better than shooting out your eye I guess.
     
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    That's pretty cool - I like it
     
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    Aren’t they neat? All stainless steel. They have a safety too. If the bolt is all the way back, they can’t be shot. The bolt blocks the string(a cable) from coming up out of the notch.
     
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    In my recent move, I lost my backyard archery range... i am seriously tempted to set one up in the basement of my new townhouse... you're making me jealous.
     
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    Looks like the little ones are for sale again. I guess raising the price makes them safer. :14: Google ‘miniature cross bow’.
     
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    Good point on the spine.
    They are both supposed to be 100grs. We shall see...
     
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    Oh man, that thing is awesome.
    Just gotta fletch up those bolts :dblthumb:

    That thing is better than my mousetrap gun.
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    I need to grab the next dead humming bird I see I suppose. The bolts do need some feathers... :p
     
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    I'm thinking more like those large mosquito looking things that don't bite. Crane Flies. Maybe you don't have them out in NV.
    You'll need one and one half ;)
     
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    I learned something today. Your arrow's flight changes with colder weather. By a lot.

    I had a little downtime during work, so grabbed my compound and some arrows.
    I was hitting high at 20yds. By a couple inches.
    Rather than adjust the sight housing, which I thought might throw everything off as far as the yardage tape I just put on, I went back to 60yds to see how I was shooting from there. I adjusted the sight dial to 60 and let three arrows fly. Yep, shooting high, but look at that group :)
    3@60 40F.jpg

    Obviously The Force was with me.

    So I went ahead and adjusted the sight housing to make up for the arrows hitting higher and it seems my yardages are still on.
    Then I did some Googling and ran into others hitting high when deer season gets here and the temps drop 30-40 degrees. Might be the denser, less humid air, or the effect of the colder temps on the bow and string, but I learned something new.
    Maybe I'll run a couple arrows through the chrono and see if the fps changed, too.

    And to think I was hunting with this bow last night. I'm glad I shot it today.
     
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    That’s my slick trick 100gr SS and my field point 30 yards.

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    I haven't shot in several days. I'm Jonesing here.
    Too much non-stop wind and rain. Fall is upon us.
     
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    It was gorgeous today and while talking with @americanstrat98 about how he was shooting today, I just had to let some arrows fly.
    First up was my Hickory Creek Xbow. I still hadn't checked it out to see if the cold temps affected it like they had my Bowtech compound. They hadn't. It hit right where I pointed it at 20 and 30yds. Then I grabbed my Bowtech and shot two groups of three arrows each, one at 30yds, then one at 20yds. It seemed to be hitting pretty good, so I went back to 60yds with my three practice arrows. Before my shoulder started making that funny crink when I shoot a lot.

    I'll take it :)
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    And I could tell that first arrow was going to be right.

    A small milestone for me. I haven't shot in a while and I've built up some muscle memory.
     
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    I shot yesterday and today. I made a new three under finger tab and I also bought a fancy pro tab. Not wild about the pro tab and breaking in the new one I made so my shoots were somewhat scattered. I switched to my favorite tab ( the one I made awhile back) and things improved immediately. No pics. I can tell I'm going to like the new tab I just made once it gets broken in.
     
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    I did yesterday. Didn't do very well on my wife's bow since I'm right eye dominant a and the bow is right handed, she is left eye dominant. Need to get my own left handed bow but no budget for that right now. Need to finish my woods kit
     
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    I'd like to see those tabs and see how they differ from my recurve finger tab (other than not having the finger spacer).
     
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    Man, that is nice!

    I didn't realize it would be one piece. Mine has individual finger tabs with slits between them, even the two bottom fingers. And it has suede and smooth layered. It's kind of a pain in the butt to get on the string, but once it's there it feels good. It's the only one I've ever used, so what do I know?
     
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    We shot this side of the target for the first time this afternoon. After playing freehand at different ranges we sat down and put 3 in it from a rest at 40yds. Told you my target still looks good, lol. I have mostly shot at the large dot on the far side of the target in the past with my compound so I didn't wear it out too quickly.

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    Nailed it :dblthumb:

    I have to get out my arrow pliers and stand on the target when they are in that deep.
     
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    It is a good exercise in hand strength @PAcanis . I flip it up to put my knee on it so I don't hurt my shoulder in the process.

    I'm going to nickname her Mjolnir. It sends a 400gr arrow with 125gr heads at 318-320fps. Other than the thwong' it makes , she is fun to shoot. As you can see I was doing some screwy shooting free hand. I kept hitting a little high, but I'm getting better.
     
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    As promised, photos of my finger tabs:

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    From left to right, the tab I made awhile back with mods. I removed the bolt and added marks for string crawling.

    Second, the new tab I just made. The holes for the shock cord are a little farther apart and lower, to make the tab sit higher in my hand and the back end of it is longer so that it is cradled more securely in my hand. The flap isn't "scalloped" like the original. I think it makes for a smoother release, having a uniform surface for the string to slide against.

    The third one is a Yost Pro Tab. The machined aluminum plate with graduation marks for string crawling is nice, but too short for my liking. I find that it sits where my fingers meet my palm and the string rests close to the plate. The result is that the flap is too long; the mfg says it's intended to be cut but I have a hard time putting a knife to a $40 tab. I just haven't gotten used to it and I like mine better.

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    Sorry for the blurred picture.

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    This is the new one I just made. I really like how it rides in my hand. It's trapped between my thumb and my pinky and rests against the fold in my palm for consistent position. I look forward to it getting broken in, like my old one. I can tell I'm going to like it.
     
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    Pretty nifty, Iza :dblthumb:
     
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    Hey that mini crossbow looks like fun,,,,ordered one....might be the only crossbow I ever own......I have a notorious toothpick story in my household so I better watch it or I'll be in trouble.......I'll put in the man cave with the clutter and make some cardboard 2D targets for fun.....
     
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    This is a group of four shot with a 35# spyder xl from roughly fifteen yards - in the dark.
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    Very nice grouping! Carbon Traditional shafts?
     
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    I should drag my target back outside today. I miss not shooting everyday.
     
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    I think so - whatever was on sale at 3rivers.


    ETA yup, carbon traditional 500s
     
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    Man I love shooting under a full moon. You can still see your target, but not your arrow - you have to shoot pure instinctive.

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    I take pictures of the good ones, but this is more typical:
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  50. Park Swan

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    Who's shooting into the winter? I'm practicing for the extended archery deer season here, may have an opportunity for some private land. Just got a new stabilizer. This is the last group of the day and the best, endingon a high note and all that. 20 yards

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