Sure it was not a doe?
Type: Posts; User: Ladykiller
Sure it was not a doe?
I'll take it. Pm me your info.
Right handed, correct?
Skip the Pro package.
Look at the Hawke XB 30 Pro scope. I think you'll be much happier.
Skip the Mission bolts and get you some good ones made up, preferably from South Shore Archery Supply.
Another vote for NAP FOC's.
It moves the scope mount up about 0.65". Could be a pro or con, depends on your setup.
Con: Easy to forget to change your yardage setting and miss by a country mile.
Pro: pretty darn accurate...
Saw that on Leupold's website as well. I could have used it two weeks ago when I lost a 140" buck. That, or a blood tracking dog.
I would not waste my time chasing him. My guess is he beds far enough away that he'll never make it to your place during legal hunting hours. Spend your time finding a buck that you can shoot.
At that low velocity, there is probably no hydrostatic shock either. Basically just creating a wound channel similar to these 50 caliber airguns. I'd expand your search, you should find it.
Same tuning as a vertical bow.
You could make a bracket like this out of flat plate aluminum fairly easily with minimal tools and hardware. Does not have to be the same shape or hole positions. You'd also still be able...
You could also make a custom bracket out of plate aluminum similar to what burky is suggesting. You just shift the fastener patterns apart so you can utilize the sling stud still.
The Storm manual pictures sufficed. There's two threaded holes for the stirrup I believe shown on the bottom. Do these holes have the same center-to-center spacing as a standard quiver bracket?
Understood! Can you post a picture of the underside of the storm so I know what I am working with for attach points? I'm an engineer, and I design for a living.
I've never seen a vertical quiver on a xbow, so what do you mean exactly by horizontal? Once you clarify that, I might have some ideas for you.
Thanks, but looking for a non branded one.
Mission Sniper Lite is super easy to cock.
Lots of good choices mentioned. Test as many as you can.
Firenock Traumahawk. Comes from the factory dull and stays dull forever. Sharpening not required.
Looks like a color phase fox ... not a yote.
Pretty much no interchangeability out there. If you want that, ditch the bracket and put the quiver on your backpack.
Whereabouts in the Midwest are you located? Will this work on Scorpyd crossbows?
Super easy to cock.
Reckless Kelly - Wicked Twisted Road
Will do. let me know when you post it on ebay.
It's an Indian Summer this year, that is for sure.
Here at the IL/MO area we had good scraping activity about a week ago when that cold front moved in, but it subsided once it warmed back up.
I'll give you $750 for it. Not trying to be offensive, but there has been some good deals on ebay recently.
Another vote for the 135.