I'll be publishing a review article on the PSE TAC 15/15i crossbow next month. It is so amazing that I am now a dealer. gun) Free - 6 arrows with the purchase of a TAC series crossbow at the LRH Gear Shop As some of you know, "brown" delivered my PSE TAC 15i crossbow yesterday. First I did a little paper tuning with my PSE TAC 15i in my basement late last night using my bag target and decided that all is well in that department. I may take another look at it later on in my group testing process. This morning the weather was not nice all around Oshkosh. But I was able to slip in a brief session at the range before the winds picked up and it started to sprinkle again. Having never owned a crossbow I started pretty close to the target as I began to zero the bow. It came with a pretty decent scope with dots located at 1 mil spacing in both directions. The sign at the county archery range says to use their targets so I shot into the densely packed excelsior bale at 10 yards. BIG MISTAKE and the first arrow just totally crushed in the knock and vane area under the 400 fps impact. So I immediately switched to my own "bag" target. The 3rd shot into the bag target at 10 yards was a near pass-through and I couldn't pull it out (through the back) and had to break it off. So now I am down two $15 arrows due to the blazing speed and being too close to the targets. I have since switched to a Morrell Bone Collector 400 FPS target and have no problems at all. I moved out to 25 yards and then to 40 yards with no arrow problems, shooting off a bench with a front bag. My 2 shots at 40 yards went into 7/8th inch. But after the 2nd shot it started to sprinkle again and the wind picked up so I headed for home. I'll be back later today if the weather improves.