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With all the long range shooting going on around here lately and it’s been a while since I shot at 100 yards...

3 shot group with same 443 grain, SK 300 fletched BEE. It did take me a few shots to get the Ravin scope’s speed adjusted to hit the BE. I had to turn the dial down from 385 to 375. The target photos are of 3 consecutive shots. I quit while I was way ahead. Now if I could just get the rest of my arrows to shoot as well as this one.
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Nicely done! The 100 yard thrill is worth the time shooting. Next time you are at 20-40 it will look like a chip shot. 😎

Foget about it, you got three good ones. However, I bet those arrows that didn't pass the 100 yard test shoot awesome at 20-40 yards. Just a hunch. ;)
 

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Now how is that possible without owning a Ravin? So confused.....

Ahhh..... Barefoot!
 
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Now how it that possible without owning a Ravin? So confused.....

Ahhh..... Barefoot!
Somehow I knew there would be a comment about my bare feet. :ROFLMAO:
A man needs to be comfortable, relaxed and at ease when he settles in behind the crossbow for long range shooting.:p:p
 
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I've shot more arrows in flip flops than I have in shoes or boots. "Comfortable" is very important!
 
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Maybe I should shoot barefoot all of the time because I’m pretty sure that’s the best 100 yrd 3 shot group I’ve ever laid down.
 

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That is really good speed shooting 443 grain. That
I've shot more arrows in flip flops than I have in shoes or boots. "Comfortable" is very important!
I like your style.
 
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:LOL:Thanks Tom. I have no idea if my bow is actually shooting 375 FPS because I don’t have a chronograph but that’s where I had to set the speed dial to hit the bullseye at 100 yards.
 

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:LOL:Thanks Tom. I have no idea if my bow is actually shooting 375 FPS because I don’t have a chronograph but that’s where I had to set the speed dial to hit the bullseye at 100 yards.
It doesn't matter. You smoked that BE! Outstanding.
 

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Great shooting.
I would be happy if I could do that at 50.
Maybe that's my problem? I always have my shoes on.
 

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another website I go on a few members bash centerpoint as being cheap junk.....if you don't spend a mortgage payment on a crossbow you're wasting your money
 

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Shoot on CP owners. The Sniper 370 family and beyond seems legit to me. Proof is in the puddin'. CP415 accuracy at 100 yards. I bet a few beers the Sniper 370 with TX_RDXguy trigger modification can do the same thing. People who typically bash products have insecurity issues.
 

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I can without issue afford a mortgage payment crossbow, but why should I spend that amount of money? It will cost nearly $300 when it's time to restring it......They all do the same thing and they are all accurate.....Also today's expensive crossbows will be replaced next year by the maker with the greatest crossbow and that crossbow from last year will seem obsolete......I have a CP Tormentor 380 and the 415 Patriot and I'm happy with both
 
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