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First time since my stroke, back in June.

Three shots @ roughly 20 yards. First two shots went 3/4 out the 'tuther side. 3rd shot done went clean through my arrow stop, and perhaps another 5 yards. :(

I did find that bolt. No damage from poking its nose into the dirt, so I still have three useable crossbow bolts.
(good thing all that nasty sn ... sn ... sn ... cloud dandruff ... melted ... made the ground "soft".)

I believe I need a new arrow stop, more crossbow bolts, and maybe a crank cocker, before I do more shootin' with it.

((((sigh)))) if it ain't one thing its another ...
 

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Glad you are back in the game! Yea....I'd purchase a better target too.:)
 
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First time since my stroke, back in June.

Three shots @ roughly 20 yards. First two shots went 3/4 out the 'tuther side. 3rd shot done went clean through my arrow stop, and perhaps another 5 yards. :(

I did find that bolt. No damage from poking its nose into the dirt, so I still have three useable crossbow bolts.
(good thing all that nasty sn ... sn ... sn ... cloud dandruff ... melted ... made the ground "soft".)

I believe I need a new arrow stop, more crossbow bolts, and maybe a crank cocker, before I do more shootin' with it.

((((sigh)))) if it ain't one thing its another ...
It’s a great bow. I love mine. Accurate, durable, and dependable. I plan to keep it for many years.I’ve had good luck with the square targets that have 4 field point and 2 broadhead sides. Good luck to you
 
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