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  1. General Crossbow Discussion
    I lost a nock of one of my bolts and a friend of mine told me he usually takes away the nocks of its bolts... it seeems a bad practice to me. the shaft corners can cut the string in the long run. what's your opinion?
  2. Horton Crossbows
    Concerning the Legend Ultra Lite....what is the best setup combination that you have found? Total weight and brands. Is there a chart / calculator for determining speed and kinetic energy based bow specs by plugging in said weights?
  3. General Crossbow Discussion
    I have a X-Force 300 DX crossbow but have never shot it. I'm going to setup this bow for deer hunting. I noticed that their are 2 different labels on the beams that detail very specific information. One is Bolt Dia: .344, does this mean I can only use bolts with this dia or can I use something...
  4. General Crossbow Discussion
    As crossbow hunters, we all want the most from our hunting equipment. One area we all should strive to get better at is our accuracy. There are many factors that come into play when achieving great accuracy with our crossbows. Some we can’t control. Like how well our crossbows are engineered to...
  5. General Crossbow Discussion
    There are more choices in crossbow arrows today than there ever has been. When I first started hunting with a horizontal bow over 20 years ago, we had one choice in an arrow which was aluminum. Depending on what manufacturer your bow was, you could either shoot a flat crossbow nock or had to...
  6. General Crossbow Discussion
    What is arrow Front of Center, and how do I figure out my Front of Center? F.O.C is a term used to express the percentage of weight forward from the center of the arrow. Having good F.O.C. is not only important in obtaining good down range accuracy, but crucial when it comes to achieving good...
  7. General Crossbow Discussion
    Moon nocks or flat nocks. What kind of nock should I shoot? The correct answer is whatever your crossbow manufacturer recommends. There is however, one exception to the rule. If your crossbow manufacture recommends you to shoot flat nocks, it will not hurt your crossbow to shoot an arrow with a...
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