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Howdy folks, just thought I'd stop in and introduce myself. Name is Casey. I am a hunter and a sportsman. I have to give up my bow this year, due to surgery I recently had. I can pull it back, but have waited so long to pick it up, I don't feel 100% on shooting it in the field. I am also buying a new bow soon and will hunt with it next year. I will be hunting few farms that holds some promise, will be chasing those deer with my soon to be new TC Triumph.


Have a great season and a safe one.
 

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Greetings from Vermont Casey,, Glad to have you with us.
I'm sorry to hear you had a surgery causing you to miss this next Bow season But you're doing the right thing If you dont feel 100% ready,
just think of it as giving that big buck one more year to grow bigger for ya.
Good Luck !!!
 

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Yeah checking into the possibility of crossbow hunting for this season isn't a bad idea at all. This is the first or second year that it has been allowed in NC.
 

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Welcome from TN.. I enjoy compound bow hunting better than crossbow hunting but would change to a crossbow (WITHOUT A DOUBT) if thats what it took to get me in the woods for early season..

A camera man isnt bad work either.. Your still out there.. I enjoy doing that stuff as well.. You have to watch yourself with camera so you dont mess up your buds hunt. Still exciting work and beats sitting on the couch..
 

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Welcome from Ohio AA. I'm not a crossbow user but neither am I against them for archery hunting seasons. Properly set and constant practice I see no advantage in accuracy of a crossbow vs a compound. I do agree with states that allow crossbows for hunters with disabilities that otherwise exclude crossbows in archery season. I had a Horton Legend crossbow with a 4X scope and just didn't enjoy hunting with it.
 

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welcome from ks, another option is a draw lock but probably need disabilty permit from your state.
ive tried to find a draw lock and cant anywhere i had shoulder problems and have been looking for one i was also curious if it was bad for the bow or if its ok on it
 
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