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I have been shooting my suppressor 400td for a while now a loving it. Had to polish the the string release jaws do to string fraying and Excalibur sent me a new string (thank you Excalibur).
I am wanting luminoks for my pro flight arrows and not sure if I should get the readymade or buy a 6 pack of arrows and 3 luminok and install my own, this is less expensive and will give me 3 extra arrows? Does any one know if the ready made one's are the replaceable battery type luminok? One more question do you think bubble level is useful for hunting.
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Yes and no on the Bubble level. Yes early season when I am out for a couple Does and have time to wait for my shot and can look at the level. But during the rut when a Buck can show up fast and be gone just as fast the No it isn't. I have a Mission brand level on my Micro 355 and it is great when I'm Target shooting but in most cases hunting I never look at it.
 

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I think a bubble is absolutely useful but where would i put it on my scoped Vortex? I have a bubble level installed on my vertical bow.
 

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I put my level on the left side of the riser. In any condition I level my bow before the shot. I shoot with both eyes open. I can see the level peripheral with my left eye while looking at the scope reticle with my right eye. Good luck!


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If you have the Proflight arrows without Lumenoks, the rear nocks can be a PIA to remove to install Lumenoks. As far as levels go, they are good for longer shots if you have a tendency to cant your bow. For getting familiar or practice a level is a great tool to check and correct bad habits. I almost always have a level on my bows, but at the moment of truth, I forget to look.:rolleyes: But I don't cant my bows enough to effect a shot out to 40/50 yards.:)
 
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I have actually had to turn my crossbow a little sideways once shooting at a deer behind me as I was in my climber. I hit where I was aiming too. I don't use a level and don't really see a need for it myself. I only shoot out to 45 yards and am satisfied if I'm always hitting inside a 3" circle too.
 
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