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How to Sight in a Crossbow

Posted by Patrick V on

How to Sight in a Crossbow

Let’s presume you have everything you needed and are ready to get started. You will then place your target or yourself at 20 yards (18 meters). Tip: Remember to have a backstop, something behind your target that will stop your arrow if it gets through your initial target. For better result, I suggest you put your crossbow on a fixed tripod or anything that can support the crossbow like a bench to minimize movements (for greater stability). You will then look into the scope and place the upper dot or reticle dead center in bull eyes of your target. Once you...

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The Best Survival Blogs That Should Make Your List

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The Best Survival Blogs That Should Make Your List

Ever heard of preppers? Also known as survivalists, the preppers are people that are actively preparing themselves to survive in case an emergency would strike at any given time, whether being a natural disaster or a 3rd World War. Maybe you are already a self-sufficient person owning an underground shelter with months or years of food supplies stored that will allow you to survive an upcoming apocalypse? If you aren't, don't worry. Everyone has to start somewhere and if you are concerned about survival, continue reading because this article will present you the best survival blogs that should make your...

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Field Point Size Chart

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Field Point Size Chart

Who didn't get confused by all the numbers concerning the inner diameter of the arrow shaft and the size of the field points that should fit with it? Do not worry, you are not alone in this situation when you are looking at the field point size chart.  Luckily for customers, most manufacturers developed standard arrow sizes. It means that field points will also be more or less standard sizes to fit arrow shafts. That being said, depending on the purpose you will use the arrow, for instance, hunting will have a smaller shaft diameter to penetrate into wind and...

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4 Things You Should Avoid When Starting Archery

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4 Things You Should Avoid When Starting Archery

Beginning archery is much fun and is surely addictive when done right. To have a proper introduction you should choose the right equipment according to your needs and expectations....And you should abide by some rules in order to keep it fun.  So, here are 4 things you should avoid when starting archery:    Starting overbowed Not because you can lift 200+ lbs at the gym that you should opt for a 70 lbs bow from the start. You may be able to draw the string back a few times but to get better and hit the bullseye, you will most certainly...

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Archery for Beginners: The Essential Accessories

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Archery for Beginners: The Essential Accessories

Indeed archery for beginners requires a few more accessories partly responsible for a successful introduction into this wonderful sport. Items such as an armguard, a quiver, and a finger tab, glove or release aid are quite important archery gear but depending on the type of game you are into and the type of bow you are shooting with, you may also have to consider a sight, an arrow rest, and a stabilizer. If you are into traditional archery though, you won't need many accessories since one of the primary criteria for shooting trad is not having accessories on the bow itself....

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