I read this and pulled out my phone as I have 2 profiles saved in it.Hi Brian,
Create a new profile, be sure to select "Crossbow" when prompted.
If using the TenPoint EVO-X CenterPunch arrows and 100gr. points, enter the arrow weight of 445 grains and speed of 440 fps.
You can save it with a name like "Vapor" or whatever you like but it will only show two characters after you save it.
When you are ready to shoot, you can either manually enter yardages (no rangefinder required), or use the rangefinder and it will light up the reticle according to the distance you are ranging.
I use the presets most often, e.g. 20, 30, 40 to 100 yards.
I only use the rangefinder to set my targets up but the rangefinder does set the reticle accurately.
That is it.
I do not use quivers on any of our xbows, wish I could help you there.
It's just more options to consider, which is fine by me. And, if you approach it with interest, it's not like mastering advanced trigonometry.Now one has to have a smart phone and app to shoot a crossbow ? ? That is just plain crazy.
Thank the GOOD LORD we have made progress in sights and bowsIt's just more options to consider, which is fine by me. And, if you approach it with interest, it's not like mastering advanced trigonometry.
I bet my buddy up in Ohio would have one and know it inside and out if he would buy a vacation home here in Texas.
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Or we could still be using open sights which arguably were the advanced aiming method that the early versions of our modern crossbows used......
Robert, I just double-checked and that is correct, I have 2 profiles named Vapor and R26.I read this and pulled out my phone as I have 2 profiles saved in it.
First says: Win. 308
Other says: Ravin