Re: Draw weight and effective killing distance
Originally Posted by BearDog
Great advice everyone. Thank you. I need to have my shafts cut down a bit. I think they are a bit too long. I'll just keep flinging arrows and working on my groups. The 60# draw is pretty easy so may bump that up after I get comefotrable with my form.
For you western alpine muley hunters, do any of you use the single pin sights? I have one on there now, but it seems like one more thing you have to deal with. I love it while practicing but it doesn't seem real practical for someone who won't be blind or stand hunting.
I wouldn't use a single pin sight imho. I would put at 5 pin sight on. I use a 7 pin sight, but my bow will reach out there. A single pin takes too long to adjust if you jump a buck.
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