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Author Topic: target practice  (Read 2260 times)

Offline Woods Walker

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Re: target practice
« Reply #30 on: January 21, 2012, 08:05:20 AM »
LOL! I've had that happen too! Back when I shot a compound (they were 50/50 letoff back then), and hunted from trees. I'd be sitting for 6 hours or so in cold weather, and after the periods isothermic exercises I'd do to keep warm, by the time came for a shot, I'd be so muscle contracted that I couldn't break the bow over!

Yet one more reason to go by the rule........"Just because I CAN draw and shoot #70 under normal practice conditions, that doesn't mean that's a good idea for hunting."

Hunt hard,

Kill swiftly,

Waste nothing,

Offer no apologies.

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