Originally Posted by BillyTell
I am really dying to pull the trigger (pun intended) on a TAC-15i. But, I enjoy shooting off-hand a fair amount of time. I will probably spend 75% of the time off a rest but it is important for me to be able to shoot comfortably offhand as well. I've been told the TAC is not a good crossbow for shooting off hand. I would like to hear from individuals with real, firsthand experience? Is the comfortable off hand? BTW... my current xbow rig weighs in at 10.7 lbs albeit an extremely well balanced weight.
Thanks and any and all opinions!
Like many others have responded, the TAC 15
is a front heavy bow. I have no problem shooting offhand at a target, because it is "point and shoot", which only takes seconds. In most hunting situations, it takes longer for the target to get into an ethical shot position. Since I hunt from a ground blind, I use a stick for stability. I just don't have the strength to hold a position for the length of time it takes sometimes to get the good shot; another reason I chose a crossbow over a regular bow, after pulling back on my son's bow. It's hell gettin old LOL