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Hi everyone,

Since it was August 2 the last time I shoot my Ripper 415 when I made the 115 yard shoot I wanted to follow up for an accuracy check. So yesterday I shoot my crossbow at 80 yards and 100 yards to see if zero was held during the idle time.

This might sound odd as it is to me. Not often in the past that I started my shooting session at 80 yards. But as I improve my mind set changes.

Check out my videos to see how I did.

Thanks for watching and hope you enjoy them as much as I did making the shots.



 

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Here Buddy, I will share the link as the video is not showing up in your post.
Good shooting, matter of fact, i would call it "Spot-on".
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Thanks i didn't test them to confirm they worked. I need to fix that.
 
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Here Buddy, I will share the link as the video is not showing up in your post.
Good shooting, matter of fact, i would call it "Spot-on".
:)

I remember what happened U tube locked up while loading and didn't finish. I know now to do checks next time. Thanks 😊
 
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Here is the other link to the 2nd video I wish to share:

 

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Looking good, nice shooting!
 
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